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The Boulevard Blanket

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Pattern Details

The Boulevard's quick, easy, chunky, warm and reversible! At first glance you might think this pattern is just simple garter stitch. Look again! An easy K3, P3 repeat pattern creates a subtle striping effect. The name of this pattern is inspired by the beautiful tree lined boulevards of my hometown....Kansas City. This pattern is written in standard U.S. knitting terms. PATTERN UPDATED MAY more on my blog: INSTRUCTIONS FOR SIX SIZES: Baby/Infant Blanket: 28" wide x 28" long Small (Crib/Lap): 35" wide x 40" long Medium Throw: 38" wide x 46" long Large Throw: 44" wide x 50" long XL Afghan: 47" wide x 55" long XXL Afghan: 53" wide x 60" long It's easy to make any of the blanket sizes longer...just keep knitting and bind off on any row. The pattern includes estimates for additional yarn needed to make each blanket longer. SUPER BULKY YARN: Baby: 320 - 330 yards Small: 590 - 600 yards Medium: 730 - 740 yards Large: 925 - 940 yards XL: 1100 - 1150 yards XXL: 1350 - 1400 yards SUGGESTED YARN Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick (shown in 'Fisherman' in photos) Lion Brand Hometown USA If you prefer a different weight yarn it would be easy to adapt this pattern. NEEDLES: The blanket is knit in one piece, back and forth on 32" long circular knitting needles - US size 13 or 15. QUESTIONS: A free PDF tutorial is available on my blog - a few lines down in this post: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cast on stitches Knit and purl confidently Cast off stitches Weave in ends GAUGE Approximately 8.5 sts x 14.5 rows = 4" in garter stitch

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Fifty Four Ten Studio
I have been knitting since I was about 8 years old. My mother taught me to knit and my parents encouraged me to explore all kinds of arts & crafts activities by providing me with the materials that I needed to create. As a girl, I loved to sew (I spent hours using my mother’s sewing machine making clothes for my dolls), knit, draw and paint. In high school I spent all my extra time at school hanging out in the art room. In college I worked at a cute little yarn shop. Many years later...I started designing and publishing knitting patterns in November 2013...I love it! I love giving hand knit gifts to my friends and family. I love to see the smile on their faces when they open the gift I made for them. I hope that you enjoy using my knitting patterns to create special projects for your home, friends & family.