The pattern is so simple. It’s fun too. You have four rows per repeat pattern, so the first is a new colour, then you endure the pearl row, then it’s the pattern row, and with one more, you’ve finished! So it carries you on quickly.If I did another, I’d make the edges slightly different and so the pattern reflects that (I did 6 Stocking stiches rather than the 3 on Linda Ball’s beautiful Baby Bib, and three looks much better).I have used Shokay’s Orient for the main colour, which is a 4ply ish Yak wool blended with a touch of Bamboo. It’s stunning to use, so soft, and wears incredibly well. No pills! Yay!
by Robyne Melia.
Find the free pattern here: link
A feather and fan stitch gives a light texture to this baby blanket knit in two colors of Bernat Baby Sport.