A610 Loopz Baby Blanket

Free Knitting Pattern with Lincraft Loopz Yarn

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SKU# PR-A610
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Width cm 100
Length (approx) cm 100

Yarn Required:
 Lincraft Loopz
1st Colour (C1)
2nd Colour (C2)
3rd Colour (C3)

200g balls




• No needles required
• Work on a flat surface
• Stitches are formed by pulling loops (of working yarn) through loops (of project)
• To join a new ball to project, overlap three loops from the 1st ball with three loops from the 2nd ball. Work overlapping loops as one
• Right side of work will be facing throughout. Check back of work occasionally for missed loops 


Find end of ball and unwind a length.
Using C1, snip open the first 2 loops to create a tail for weaving in later.
Count 60 loops and lay them flat with loops facing upwards.
Row 1 (right side): Working from right to left, pull a loop of working yarn through each of the 60 loops of project from back to front.
Row 2: Working from left to right, skip 1st edge loop, pull a loop of working yarn through each of the project loops.
Row 3: Working from right to left, skip 1st edge loop, then pull a loop of working yarn through each of the project loops.
Last 2 rows form stocking stitch pattern. Continue to work loops until the ball is nearly finished, ending at end of row.
Change to C2 by overlapping 3 loops with both colours and using new colour to work loops.
Continue to work C2 and then C3 in the same way when only enough loops for 1 more row remain.

Pull the first 2 loops of working yarn through the first 2 loops of project (back to front). Now, pull the second loop through the first loop, pull a third loop of working yarn
through next loop, then pull that loop through the previous loop. Continue in this manner. Once the row is complete and all loops except last one secured, cut working yarn and cut two loops open, draw yarn through the last loop.

Using fingers (or large wool needle), weave ends into work, hiding amongst stitches. Trim ends.

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