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The Boulevard Blanket
December 16, 2021 Jenifer Sher

The Boulevard Blanket

Posted in Free Patterns

   

 

Design by: Fifty Four Ten Studio

Yarn Suggestions – we recommend Alpacino Merino Yarn by Wool and the Gang and US 13circular  needles.

Pattern designed for super bulky weight yarn.

For best appearance, use a yarn with good stitch definition. Chenille yarns are not the best option for this pattern because the stitch definition is too soft.

Approximate sizes:

Baby: 28” wide x 28” long Small: 35” wide x 40” long Medium: 38” wide x 46” long Large: 44” wide x 50” long

SUPPLIES

Super Bulky #6 Weight Yarn or Alpacino Merino with no 13 needles

Baby: 320 – 330 yards (3 ball Alpacino Merino)

Small: 590 – 600 yards (5 balls Alpacino Merino

Medium: 730 – 740 yards (6 balls Alpacino Merino)

Large: 925 – 940 yards (7 balls Alpacino Merino)

  • US Size 13 or 15 circular knitting needles, 28” – 38” in length (or needle size best suited for your yarn & knitting tension)
  • Tapestry needle GAUGE

Garter stitch with size 13 or 15 needles: about 8.5 sts & 14.5 rows = 4”

An exact gauge is not essential. However, knitting should be fairly tight for the desired appearance. Select a needle size that gives the best appearance for your chosen yarn and your knitting tension.

DIRECTIONS

Directions for size Baby, with changes for sizes Small, Medium, Large, XL, and XXL in parentheses. With US size 13 or 15 circular needles cast on 57 sts for Baby size blanket (Small: 69 sts; Medium: 75 sts; Large: 87 sts;)

Work back & forth on long circular needles to accommodate a large number of stitches.

Work as follows:
Row 1: *K3, P3; repeat from *, end K3

Row 2: same as Row 1
The pattern is made up of these 2 rows. Repeat rows 1 and 2 until blanket is 28” long for Baby size

(Small: 40” long; Medium: 46” long; Large: 50” long; XL: 55” long; XXL: 60” long)…or desired length. 2

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