Sea to Sky
A big part of what it means to live in Vancouver for me is
being close to the ocean, the forest, and the mountains.
There is nothing better than looking across the water
to the majestic peaks of the North Shore. This blanket
was inspired by a trip to Whistler, along the Sea to Sky
highway. The road curves among the peaks with a drop
to the Pacific on the other side.
cabling, reading a cable chart.
Baby Blanket (Afghan, Big Ass Blanket)
Finished size: 32 (42, 55) inches square
Sample shown was knit from 2 strands of sock
yarn held together. One is a variegated colourway which is
used throughout the blanket. The other is a series of semisolid
colourways which shift from golden to blue.
1600 (3200, 4800) yds sock yarn (held doubled) OR
800 (1600, 2400) yds worsted / aran weight yarn
(we used Indigo Moon Merino Superwash in various colours)
Needles: US #9 / 5.5 mm (or as required to meet gauge)
Gauge: 16 sts / 4” (gauge in stockinette stitch)