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Happy Baby Cabled Blanket

What do knitters do when their dear ones are expecting? Why, they knit baby things, of course!

I am no different. When I heard the happy news, I got to work designing and knitting a blanket that would convey how special this little one is to us.

Offered in four sizes, from car seat to crib/throw, this classic cabled blanket is knit entirely in the round and finished with an I-cord bind off suitable for an heirloom knit. The yarn is worked at a looser than usual gauge to allow for just the right amount of drape in the finished piece and the superwash wool makes for easy care for Mom.

Techniques Used:
Emily Ocker’s circular cast on
M1l, m1pl, m1pr and m1r increases
10 stitch cables
Knitting in the round
I-cord bind off

Materials Needed:
342 (630, 1006, 1470) yards/313 (576, 920, 1344) meters of smooth DK weight superwash yarn
Samples knit in Wollmeise Merino DK.

Size 8 US/5 mm 42" (107 cm) circular needle or size needed to achieve gauge

8 stitch markers
Cable needle
Tapestry needle

Gauge: 15 sts and 26 rows equals 4”/10 cm in cable rib pattern after light blocking
Finished Dimensions:
19 (26, 33, 39.5)” square/ 48 (66, 84, 100) cm square

This pattern was designed to be used during my one-on-one tutoring sessions, to teach beginner cable knitting. It has been professionally tech edited and test knitted. If you find a mistake, need pattern support or are interested in private knitting lessons please write to
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