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The Ribbed Seedling


Free Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern


The Ribbed Seedling is a knit baby blanket pattern featuring the beaded seed stitch, a combo of the seed stitch and ribbing. The border on this baby blanket knitting pattern is made up of the seed stitch.

I have classified The Ribbed Seedling under the knitting skill level EASY (a step more advanced than beginner). While this knitting pattern utilizes beginner level skills (casting on, knitting, purling, casting off), the intricacy of the pattern may be a bit much for a true beginner to tackle. That being said, as you can see below, there is only a 2 row repeat, so don't shy away from this project if you already have some experience knitting blankets or throws.

I really enjoyed designing and making this knit baby blanket pattern and I hope you do as well. It is a bit of a sequel to the much loved The Seedling Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern. If you are looking for a project where a true seed stitch is the star of a show, that might be what you are looking for!

If you would like to print The Ribbed Seedling Pattern, you can get the full, printable pdf pattern here.

Method Knitting

Skill Level Easy

Materials

  • 4.00 mm- US size 6, 42" circular needles

  • Yarn Bee, Soft & Sleek, Color: Blush, 720 yds

  • Scissors

  • Darning needle

Final Size

30" x 30"


Pattern

Cast on 153.

Row 1 Knit (k) across.

Row 2 K, *p, k. Repeat from * across.

Row 3-15 Repeat row 2.

Row 16 *K, p. Repeat from * 3 more times. *P2, k1, p1, k1. Repeat from * until 10 stitches remain. P2, *p, k. Repeat from * 3 more times.

Row 17 *K, p. Repeat from * 3 more times. K2, *p3, k2. Repeat from * until 8 stitches remain. *P, k. Repeat from * 3 more times.

Row 18- 178 Repeat rows 16-17.

Row 179- 192 K, *p, k. Repeat from * across.

Row 193 K across.

Finish Cast off. Weave in ends.

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1 Kommentar


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D P
01. Mai

On row 17 of the ribbed seedling blanket the instructions are to

times. K2, *p3, k2. Repeat from * until 8 stitches remain. *P, k. Repeat from * 3 more times. If you P, k 3 more times that would be 6 stitches out of eight. Was this written to be that way?

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