Swans family blanket
Swans family blanket
This pattern is digital.
Knit this pretty blanket for the birth of a baby using the wool and colors of your choice. Have fun customizing it by knitting the swans and the background in different colors.
It can also be the perfect handmade gift and will delight future parents. Its small size is ideal to be placed and carried everywhere.
Levels: All (3 methods to choose from depending on your knitting level)
Size: +/- 93 x 80 cm (36.6 x 31.4'').
Total quantity of wool: 750 meters / 820 yds
Needles: 5 mm/US8/UK6
Gauge: 10x10cm / 4''x4'' = 17 sts x 24 Rows
Pattern: 122 stitches x 84 rows
Stitches : stockinette stitch and moss stitch
The pattern includes:
- Detailed explanations to knit the whole blanket
- The chart of the pattern in large format
- The exact quantities of wool according to the chosen method
- Links to videos showing the techniques used
- It is knitted in one piece from bottom to top.
- The borders are in moss stitch.
- The central part is in stockinette stitch.
- The borders are knitted together with the central part with the pattern.
To make the pattern: 3 methods adapted to all levels are explained to you (in the video here and in the pattern).
Yarn used for this pattern:
Nepal quality from DROPS DESIGN – https://www.garnstudio.com
1 ball = 50 gr and 75 meters / 1.8 oz and 82 yards.
65% Wool and 35% Alpaca
The quantity for each color is detailed in the pattern.
NB: This tutorial is reserved for strictly personal and non-commercial use. It is forbidden to copy, distribute or sell any reproduction of this pattern or articles made from this tutorial. All models created by Le Pavillon Créatif are registered.
The blanket should be used occasionally during an outing to cover the baby when in a stroller, bouncer or car seat.
In order to avoid any risk of danger with a blanket, it is strongly advised not to put your baby to sleep in a bed with blankets, comforters and a bumper. Specialists recommend that babies sleep only in a sleeping bag.
The use of a baby blanket must always be done under the supervision of an adult in order to prevent any accident.
It is only from the age of 3 that the child will be able to sleep with a blanket in his bed.
By purchasing a cover pattern, you acknowledge the risks associated with the product you are making. If you are offering a hand-knitted blanket, you should warn parents of the risks of using a blanket.
Mathilde Renard cannot be held responsible for any accident related to the product you have made from her patterns.