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Glow Thermal Blankie

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This Glow Thermal Blankie is a great, warm blanket for babies, but it is light-weight enough to even use in the summer. It is the ideal size for preemies and newborns and is easy enough for a beginner to work up. The pastel colors make this crochet baby blanket perfect for spring, but it can be worked up with any other colors as well. Keep this easy crochet baby blanket for yourself or give it as a memorable baby shower gift.

Glow Thermal Blankie
Glow Thermal Blankie
This image courtesy of glowcanpick.tripod.com

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Crochet Hook: F/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

 

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I'm Gloria and this is my original pattern. I can be reached at glowcanpick@wycol.com. Thanx for enjoying my pattern with me, Gloria

this is a very nice pattern but not for babies! I have seen over and over again where the holes cause an issue for tiny fingers and toes. Toddler and up perhaps. Please be mindful of this when making items for babies.

I used 4 ply patons baby wool. They have a lovely selection. It is suitable for any baby blanket in a warmer climate. I do this quite often as I have many grandchildren (sigh) laugh, but I like to do something while sitting. For 4 ply I use a 2.5-3mm hook ( UK Australia) but if I go for a heavier yarn I use 8 ply and a size 4-4.5mm hook. It gives a nice weight and tighter finish and is more suitable for a floor blanket for play or a cot blanket and sizes up nicely. I would just like to say a warning with more Lacey patterns please take in to account that when baby starts squirming it is easy for little fingers and toes to get caught up in the open pattern. As an ex ER nurse i do try to go for more dense stitches. But a beautiful project.

Am I the only one to question the yarn used? I get that it's a fine weight but how much? Is it a variegated yarn or does the pattern use different colors of yarn? The pattern looks like a perfect brainless, watch tv kind of pattern with a lovely simple result.

A lovely pattern to work with and I'm really pleased with little blankie. Hope the newborn that it's for loves it as much!

I emailed the author of this pattern and my message was returned to my email as undeliverable. someone please tell me the name of this stitch??? I like to know what the name of the stitch is that I am using. please and thank you I will be checking back

This is a sc stitch which is abbreviation for single crochet. This is a very easy stitch for those new to the art of crochet.

I really like this pattern!!! It works for me! now I need to know what is the name of the stitch is that I am using? Please tell me the name of the stitch. thanks again for a pattern that works so nicely!

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