Saturday, November 3, 2007

Toddler Blankie

48 x 32 inches
before the border
it follows the 'golden rectangle rule'
*RHSS White and an I hook
Stitches: dc, dc cluster, fpdc, fptrc
It's worked across the width so it can easily be
continued into a full size ghan.
It's not finished or tested yet but I couldn't wait to share. The close-ups show the 'ladder stitch' which runs across both sides and the corner which shows the 'ladder stitch' and the 2 rows of dc which make up the bulk of the
body of the ghan.

This is my first ever pattern playing around with surface stitches for texture and I think I'm hooked.

I need to come up with a cute and catchy name.
I'll give a free pattern of your choice to whoever comes up with the name that I choose for the blankie as my way of saying thank you.


  1. I just love your baby blanket. The texture is so luxurious and the white color yarn really makes it stand out. Also, the stitch pattern is very unique. Great job!

  2. i love this afghan! my daughter
    (shes 2) says its a "cookie blankie" im not sure where cookie came from, but there you are.

  3. Since it is nearing about "Winter's Lace" ?


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