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Honeycomb Lacy Baby Blanket

Marjorie Arnott

Honeycomb Baby Blanket
Knit by Nixie Zygmunt

Size:
Approx 26 inches wide by 32 inches long

Materials:
Five 50 gram balls of worsted weight or DK weight yarn
Size 7 US (4.5 mm) needles or size needed to obtain gauge

Gauge:
5 sts=1 inch in pattern stitch

Instructions:

Pattern Stitch:
Row 1: p1, *k2 together, yo, k1, yo, s1, k1, psso, p1; rep from *
Row 2: k1, *p5, k1; rep from *
Row 3: p1, *k5, p1; rep from *
Row 4: Rep Row 2
Row 5: k1, yo, s1, k1, psso, *p1, k2 together, yo, k1, yo, s1, k1, psso; rep from * ending p1, k2 together, yo, k1
Row 6: p3, *k1, p5; rep from * ending p3 instead of p5
Row 7: k3, *p1, k5; rep from * ending k3 instead of k5
Row 8: Rep Row 6

Moss Stitch
Rows 1 and 2: *k1, p1; rep from *
Rows 3 and 4: *p1, k1; rep from *

CO 129 sts.
Work 6 or 8 rows in Moss Stitch.
Begin Pattern Stitch, maintaining 7 sts at each end in Moss Stitch.
Cont to desired length.
Work 6 or 8 rows in Moss Stitch.
BO.

Variations
Knit this blanket in two colors by knitting one complete pattern in one color and the second in a contrasting color.

Or knit two repeats of the complete pattern and then a band with a different color, one pattern of main color and then a second band of contrasting color. Then do the same at the other end of the blanket.

Use k1, p1 ribbing or seed stitch instead of moss stitch.

See Abbreviations and the Glossary for help.