Send your sweet tot to dreamland every night with this Sweet and Soft Knit Baby Throw. It’s a classic kiddie blankie that’s super soft and cozy, perfect for chilly nights. In addition, this piece makes for a charming baby shower or Christening gift idea.
The pattern for this cardigan can be found on the Lion Brand Yarn website. The price that you’ll see when you first land on the pattern page is NOT the price of the pattern. The price is for the recommended yarn which you can purchase from the website.
You will find the Download Free Pattern button under the [Add All to Cart] button.
Sweet And Soft Baby Throw – An Irresistibly Cuddly Throw
From the talented Lion Brand Yarn design team, the Sweet and Soft Knit Baby Throw is a certified nursery essential.
As a matter of fact, the easy pattern is ideal for advancing beginners.
Moreover, it’s available in one size, which measures 30 by 30 inches. That’s 76 by 76 cm in the metric system.
The original piece was created using the discontinued Jiffy yarn. However, you can easily substitute with any acrylic yarn with a weight of 5.
If you want to learn more about yarn substitutions, we have an excellent article that covers this topic. Check it out here: 8 Tips to Follow When You Want to Substitute Yarn.
Furthermore, you will need US size 10 circular knitting needles, 29 inches long. That’s 6 mm and about 73.5 cm respectively if you prefer to use the metric system.
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).
Finally, you will have to weave in the yarn ends. This method will give your project a nice and neat finish. For a complete guide to making this technique, you can check out our tutorial here: Learn How to Weave in Yarn Ends.
Download the FREE knitting pattern for this endearing throw here: Sweet and Soft Baby Throw Pattern.
In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Acrylic yarn with a weight of 5.