April 9th, 2022
This is a simple pattern I pulled together for chilly nights to snuggle up with. I made this while I was 8 months pregnant with Hudson. I wanted a blanket large enough to snuggle under but small enough so that we didn’t get buried in it in during late night nursing sessions. This worked out perfectly. The pattern is a 2 stitch, 2 row repeat so it can be easily adjusted to fit whichever size you’d like to make. I also doubled up on a fairly thick gauge yarn to begin with so this worked up in a flash. Enjoy!
This pattern is worked up by holding two strands of yarn together, doubling your gauge. You can easily adjust this pattern to use whatever yarn/gauge you’d like but be mindful of your adjusted gauge sizing. I highly recommend working up a 4×4 swatch and count up what you are working with. The measurements below are specific to the yarn/needles I used.
As pictured: 42x60in.
I worked this one up as a lounger throw but this can be easily modified to fit the size you’d like to make. Simply adjust the pattern in multiples of 2 sts.
- 10 Balls of Bernat Wavelength Yarn in Pearl
- 10.0mm Circular Knitting Needles with 24in cord
1Knitting Gauge: 4″ x 4″ (10 cm x 10 cm) 10 sts and 12 rows with a 10 mm knitting needle
With two strands of Pearl held together, cast on 104 sts.
Row 1: *K1, P1* Rep within * to end
Row 2: *P1, K1* Rep within * to end
Row 3: *P1, K1* Rep within * to end
Row 4: *K1, P1* Rep within * to end
Repeat rows 1-4 until you’ve achieved your desired length. Bind off.
Weave in ends. Enjoy!