Cables and Lace Baby Blanket by Catherine Harrison
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Cables and Lace Baby Blanket

Knitting
October 2018
Sport (12 wpi) ?
6 stitches = 1 inch
in Cables and Lace Stitch Pattern (washed in lightly blocked)
US 5 - 3.75 mm
970 - 2200 yards (887 - 2012 m)
(S)30"x34" (M)39"x42" (L)46"x52"
This pattern is available from knittingnotions.com for $5.00.

A baby blanket that looks impressive and unique but is not complicated to knit. It is knit flat from one end to the other with a few suggested sizes for a quick to make project. The blanket was designed using a sport weight cotton but can also be made in other weights and fiber types, such as our Classic Merino Superwash Sport. See SIZING NOTES section for sizing modification tips. The stitch pattern is in easy-to-read charts only.

DIMENSIONS:(S) 30” x 34” after washed and lightly blocked. Measurements taken after fully dry.

Additional Sizes (sizes are estimates only and weren’t test knit)
(M) 39” x 42”; (L) 46” x 52”

YARN: Knitting Notions Organic Cotton Sport or Classic Merino Superwash Sport

YARDAGE: (S)MALL 30” x 34” actual yardage 885; Recommend approx. 970 yards to allow for variations.
(M)EDIUM 39” x 42” approx. 1500 yards
(L)ARGE 46” x 52” approx. 2200 yards

GAUGE: 30 stitches = 5” in Cables and Lace Pattern stitch, washed and lightly blocked; sample knit from Knitting Notions Organic Cotton Sport.

NEEDLES: Size 5 US (3.75mm) circular (any length for the flat knit section. (Gauge is not critical, but it is recommended that you knit a swatch to insure you like the fabric created with the needles you choose before casting on for the project. Aim for a fabric with soft feel but firm enough to hold its shape without stretching out.)