Knotical Blanket by Nicole Bottles

Knotical Blanket

Knitting
June 2022
yarn held together
Fingering
+ Fingering
= Worsted (9 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 7 rows = 2 inches
in stockinette
US 10 - 6.0 mm
2100 - 15 yards (1920 - 14 m)
Baby - 35” x 40” (89 cm x 101 cm), Throw - 50” x 65” (127 cm x 165 cm) - shown, Double - 80” x 95” (203 cm x 241 cm), Queen - 90” x 105” (228 cm x 266 cm), King - 100” x 110” (254 cm x 279 cm)
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While my partner was deployed, I missed lounging on the couch together, so I designed this blanket to be our snuggling oasis. Knotical is definitely a labour of love, an heirloom piece destined to last through a lifetime of naps and cuddles. Cabled knots and braids in pure merino held double for extra durability.

Pay What Works is a method I am exploring in my efforts to balance financial accessibility and sustainable pricing, while still valuing my work! The price shown on Ravelry is the “true” value of the pattern, reflecting the work (and love!) I put into creating designs behind the scenes.

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YARN
5/10/24/30/36 skeins in Malabrigo Sock 440 yards (402 meters), 3.5 oz (100 grams), shown in Tiziano or fingering weight yarn; held double
or
4/5/8/9/10 skeins of Worsted weight yarn (around 200-220 yards (180-200 meters) per 3.5 oz (100 grams)

NEEDLES
US 10 - 6 mm circular needles, 40” (100 cm) + cable

MEASUREMENTS
Baby - 35” x 40” (89 cm x 101 cm)
Throw - 50” x 65” (127 cm x 165 cm) - shown
Double - 80” x 95” (203 cm x 241 cm)
Queen - 90” x 105” (228 cm x 266 cm)
King - 100” x 110” (254 cm x 279 cm)

NOTIONS
bodkin, 2 stitch markers, optional: cable needle, t-pins

GAUGE
6 stitches, 7 rows = 2” (5 cm) in stockinette

LEVEL - Intermediate {with Advance Endurance ;) }

SKILLS - cast on, bind off, cableing, joining new balls of yarn, simple decreases (knit 2 together), tucking in ends