Stacked Shells Knitted Blanket [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Add wonderful colors to your favorite snuggle spot with this Stacked Shells Knitted Blanket. This soothing blankie is inspired by the sea. The seashell pattern gives sea vibes and a little sea wave in its various shade.

The pattern for this throw can be found on the Yarnspirations website. The price that you’ll see when you first land on the pattern page is NOT the price of the pattern. It is the price of the recommended yarn which you can buy through the website.

Stacked Shells Blanket – Warmly Cool Throw

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 3 - Easy Level Knitters

Another wonderful creation from Bernat’s design team comes at Stacked Shells Knitted Blanket. A uniquely blanket that will keep you warm and toasty during cold days. The pattern for this beautiful blanket includes written and charted instructions.

The piece is a perfect project for advanced beginner and beginner knitters to tackle. It is available in a single size, once completed will measure about 58 inches wide and 62 inches at the longest point. That’s approximately 147 cm wide and 157.5 cm long if you prefer to use the metric system.

To make this lovely blanket, you will need Bernat Blanket O’Go Yarn. It’s a super bulky yarn that gives a smooth stitching experience. This yarn is made up of 100% polyester and is conveniently for machine wash in cold water. It is perfect for making pillows, blankets, and afghans.

You will also need a US size 11 circular knitting needle with a length of 29 inches. That’s approximately 8 mm with a 73.5 cm length if you prefer to use the metric system.

Finally, working the pattern requires you to make the k2tog or knit 2 stitches together. It’s a basic decrease technique that slants to the right. For a useful guide for this technique, check out our fully illustrated tutorial here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

Working the pattern requires you to make the SSK. The ssk is a Basic Decrease technique that slants to the left. If you like to learn how to do this, you can check out our fully illustrated, step-by-step tutorial for this technique. You can find it here: Basic Left-Slanting Decrease (SSK).

Download Pattern

Download the FREE knitting pattern for this beautiful blanket here: Stacked Shells Blanket Pattern

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Bernat Blanket O’Go Yarn

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