Fantastitch Blanket

€6,00

( / )
Unavailable

Please select all options.

Westknits Kits are available at Stephen & Penelope!

  • This is a PDF knitting pattern.

    Choose seven colors of DK weight yarn to knit this circular blanket. Cast on in the center and increase outward as you work simple stripes and graphic slip stitch motifs. The colorful stripes and textured stitches make the knitting very addicting as you look forward to each new section. The pattern is written for seven colors, but you can use as many shades as you like. Choose between a smaller size for a cozy lap blanket or knit epic large size for a bedspread or knitted work of art for your couch.

  • Sizes
    Small (Large)

    Finished Measurements
    48 (72)″ / 122 (183)cm diameter. Measurements taken after blocking.

    Yarn
    DK weight

    Yardage
    Small Size
    Approximately 1800yds/ 1646m total
    Color A - 250yds / 229m
    Color B - 100yds / 91m
    Color C - 210yds / 192m
    Color D - 70yds / 64m
    Color E - 360yds / 329m
    Color F - 430yds / 393m
    Color G - 380yds / 347m

    Large Size
    Approximately 3860yds / 3530m total
    Color A - 920yds / 841m
    Color B - 550yds / 503m
    Color C - 750yds / 686m
    Color D - 230yds / 210m
    Color E - 690yds / 631m
    Color F - 420yds / 384m
    Color G - 300yds / 274m

    Needles
    Two pairs of US 6 / 4mm circular in 60″ / 150cm length or size needed to obtain gauge

    The border requires two long circular needles or a very long circular needle to fit all the sts.

    Notions
    1 stitch marker, cable needle, tapestry needle, crochet hook for cast on

    Gauge
    18 sts & 32 rows = 4″ / 10cm in garter stitch after blocking

  • Large Size
    West Wool Tandem (90% Falkland Merino, 10% Texel; 250yds / 229m per 100g skein)
    Color A - Glow (golden yellow)
    Color B - Glass (light blue)
    Color C - Norway (dark teal)
    Color D - Beatrix (orange)
    Color E - Roswitha (pink)
    Color F - French Grey (grey)
    Color G - Lichen (khaki green)

    Small Size
    A variety of DK and worsted weight yarns or fingering weight held double including West Wool Tandem, De Rerum Natura Gilliatt, La Bien Aimée Merino Aran, Qing Fibre Melted Baby Suri held together with a coordinating color of fingering weight wool.

    This blanket is great for using your stash yarn. Create a unique color palette by mixing different types of yarn together. If you run out of yarn, it’s okay to use other shades of yarn throughout the blanket that reflect your color palette. Get creative and dive into your stash. Two strands of fingering weight yarn produce a DK weight thickness. DK and worsted weight yarns work great for this blanket. I used a variety of DK and worsted weight yarns for my small size blanket.

    If you are using West Wool Tandem, you will need these skein amounts for the Small & Large Size.

    Color A - 1 4 skeins
    Color B - 1 3 skeins
    Color C - 1 3 skeins
    Color D - 1 1 skein
    Color E - 2 3 skeins
    Color F - 2 2 skeins
    Color G - 2 2 skeins