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Bryson's Baby Blanket

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This baby blanket was designed for my new born nephew. Bryson's daddy Blake is an avid bow hunter, so how could I resist the feather and fan knit stitch for Baby Bryson's blanket. The feathers in the pattern represent the feathers on the hunter's arrow and the fan in the pattern represents the turkey's fan. Bryson came into this world about 10 weeks early, so it will be a while before he is ready to go turkey hunting with Dad. Right now Dad is content to hold his new son. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cast on, knit, and purl GAUGE Not Critical one feather and fan equal 4 inches and 24 rows equal 4 inches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS about 31 by 35 inches SUGGESTED YARN 1000 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Yarn Bee, Little Britches COLORWAY Camo #4126

Recommended with this pattern

  • USA size 8 circular knitting needle
  • 4 skeins of Yarn Bee, Little Britches, Colorway Baby Camo/#4126
  • The pattern is worked in multiples of 18 so you can make the blanket as large or as small as you desire. I used circular needles to accommodate the large number of stitches

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Loess Hills Creative Crochet
Loess Hills Creative Crochet
I am the owner and designer for Loess Hills Creative Crochet, located near the beautiful Loess Hills just North of Council Bluffs, Iowa. I semi-retired from teaching in 2009. In 2010 I started designing crochet patterns when I couldn't find an Aran style afghan pattern that I liked so I designed my own. I have been designing ever since. Teaching is my passion and I still teach classes part time and online for several colleges. You will also find me teaching crochet to anyone with an interest to learn. I am certified to teach crochet through the Craft Yarn Council's Certified Teachers Program and have taught crochet for Michael's Craft Store in Sioux City, Iowa. In the fall of 2010 I founded the Missouri Valley Needle Arts Group. We meet on the first and third Friday of the month at the Missouri Valley Public Library from 1 to 3 PM. Everyone that enjoys needle arts is invited to attend. There is no charge. In February of 2012 I received the status of Professional Member of the CGOA which basically means I'm making some part of my living from crochet. ( a very small part I might add). Primarily I self publish my crochet patterns but I was honored to have one of my patterns published in the Winter issue 2011,of Quick and Easy Crochet Magazine. I maintain a Ravelry Store which I hope you will visit