Seashell Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern

The Fated Knitter
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When my son was born we had a huge heatwave. I had made several blankets to keep him snuggly and warm, but they were just way too thick. I wished I'd had something thinner.

So every now and again I'll design a baby blanket made with a fingering weight yarn on a fairly loose gauge specifically for those warmer days when something is needed, but not too much.

As someone who enjoys learning new things, I am always on the look out for new construction methods to learn. Whether they be modern ideas, or the tried and true methods of our ancestors.

The iconic square Shetland Shawl or Hap construction method was one I’d been yearning to learn for ages, and one evening I dived in.

I just had to put my new knowledge into action, and using a cherished stitch pattern and my experience needing a thinner blanket, this was the result.

I hope you’ll enjoy making this and learning the construction method just as much as I did.

BONUS: Basic Option Includes one Overview Video explaining the construction of the blanket.

Difficulty: Intermediate

Skills Used:

  • Knit & Purl
  • Increases & Decreases
  • Picking Up Stitches
  • Knitting in the Round
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  • Seashell Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern PDF

  • Seashell Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern PDF

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