Hillside Baby Blanket…

Hello everyone!

The Hillside Baby Blanket pattern is now available and it’s FREE! 😀

This blanket has TONS of texture reminiscent of rolling hills. I used the super cushy Red Heart Soft Essential yarn in “Sunny Day”!

Click HERE to get your pattern.

It’s a very quick and easy knit, perfect for the beginner knitter.

I hope you enjoy it!

Happy knitting.

Diana

 

5 thoughts on “Hillside Baby Blanket…

  • Beautiful Blanket what wool did you use? Thank you

    On Thu, May 14, 2020 at 2:02 PM Peartree Knitting wrote:

    > Diana Poirier posted: “Hello everyone! The Hillside Baby Blanket pattern > is now available and it’s FREE! 😀 The Hillside Baby Blanket has TONS of > texture reminiscent of rolling hills. Click HERE to get your pattern. It’s > a very quick and easy knit, perfect for the begin” >

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  • Hi Tricia:

    Swat his pattern today come through and really liked it. Maybe you wanted to do something like this for Edward. I don’t think it would be very hard. Just a thought. Love you

    Sent from my iPad

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  • Hi,

    I’ve seen your pattern today on LoveCrafts. It looks great and I really want to try it. I understand the pattern (I think) and can do the necessary stitches but I’ve not used circular needles before. Do I need to use one or two of them? Are they just needed because it gets too wide to stay on a normal needle? Also at the end of the pattern when you say “weave in all your ends” will I have more than just one strand? Sorry for the questions I just am scared to start and waste wool. I’m always abandoning projects! haha

    Many thanks,

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  • Hello. No problem about the questions! The circular needles are used to hold all the stitches only. The blanket is knit flat (back and forth). You will only require 1 pair of circular needles. The amount of ends you will have to weave in will depend on the number of balls of yarn you use. The more yarn in a ball, the lease amount of ends. I used about 4 1/2 balls of Red Heart Soft Essentials yarn so I had 5 ends to weave in consisting of 2 strands each because you will tie your new ball onto the old ball. I hope this helps! Good luck and let me know if you have any further questions.

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