Starry Night Knit Baby Blanket [FREE Knitting Pattern]

This Starry Night Knit Baby Blanket is a super special blankie that will complete your little darling’s nursery. It’s super cozy and cuddly, it makes for a lovely nap time companion especially on fall and winter days.

You can get the pattern for this fluffy baby blanket on the Yarnspirations website.

Starry Night Knit Baby Blanket – A Super Comfy Baby Blanket

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 4 - Intermediate Level Knitters

Created by the talented design team at Yarnspirations, this blankie is specially made to keep your tyke warm and comfy. This is a perfect night-time blanket for tucking your sweet pea in.

For the starry mosaic pattern, you need to work with a combination of dip stitches and slip stitches. In fact, it’s ideal for intermediate knitters who want to practice colorwork.

Once finished, the blanket measures approximately 40 inches by 42.5 inches. That’s about 101.5 cm by 108 cm if you prefer to use the metric system.

To make this blanket, you will need the Bernat Baby Sparkle yarn, which is a classic yarn for baby garments and accessories. It’s exquisitely fine and light-weight, and conveniently machine-washable. It comes in gorgeous shades with a luxurious sparkle.

You will also need a US size 11 circular knitting needle, 36 inches long. That’s 8 mm and 91.5 cm respectively if you prefer the metric system.

If you are new to mosaic knitting, we have an excellent article that will give you all the essentials on colorwork that you can start with. You can look it up here: All You Need To Know About Mosaic Knitting.

Furthermore, the pattern requires you to make a basic right-slanting decrease, a technique commonly abbreviated as k2tog. It’s one of the easiest decrease techniques in many knitting patterns. For a helpful tutorial on this technique, you can check this out: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

Download Pattern

Download the FREE knitting pattern for this snug baby blanket here: Starry Night Knit Baby Blanket Pattern.

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Baby Sparkle Yarn.

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