To knit an adorable baby blanket that looks great all you need is to know are some basic knitting stitches. Knit baby blankets are also a great way to practice before you take on a large blanket. Sea Star Knitted Baby Blanket is just such perfect knit blanket.
October is when it finally gets chilly in the Nothern hemisphere and our thoughts turn to cozy sweaters and soft textures. Bright and light fabrics and decor just don’t do it for us anymore. We are called by chunky crochet blankets, long scarves, and steaming cups of hot chocolate. This is the time when we start switching things around in our homes, putting away the Summer items and bringing out all the wonderful cozy things that we love for the Winter season.
The design for this knitted scarf is chic and timeless. Made with the classic stitches, it has clean lines. It’s designed wide so it can be styled as a scarf, wrap or shawl, even as a headdress. The silky fabric of the scarf lets it be thin and light enough to be tied in a knot, draped around your shoulders or thrown over a jacket.
As much as winter blankets are all about warm, cozy and squish, summer blankets are all about easy to carry, water-friendly and headache free. Stripes on the Beach Blanket is a perfect crochet summer project. Light-weight, beach-perfect blues and made of cotton blend yarn, this summer throw is beginner-friendly and oh so versatile!
Knitted baby blankets are so much fun! They are cute and small, they are quicker to make and they take way less yarn then large, full-sized blankets. Knit baby blankets are also a great way to test out an idea for a bigger blanket without going into time and money expense of a large project. And, of course, knitted blankies are so fun to give to friends and family with little ones.
Del Mar Braided Knitted Blanket is a chic and timeless design that uses basic stitches with a braided detail. Made with a soft and cuddly yarn, this knit throw is as relaxing to make as it is to enjoy.