Entrelac Knit Baby Blanket

Entrelac knitting is surprisingly easy given how intricate it looks. Simple knit and purl are all that are used. This blanket is made extra comfy and cozy by the backing and binding sewn on at the end. Such a simple addition ensures this blanket is baby’s favorite for years to come!

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Entrelac Knit Baby Blanket Pattern PDF


4 balls Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo Yarn #145 Happy (Yellow)
4 balls Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo Yarn #148 Coo (Pink)
4 balls Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo Yarn #146 Nestle (Blue)
1 ball Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo Yarn #133 Willow (Green)
*Size 6 (4 mm) needles
Tapestry needle
*I recommend for this project that you use circular needles. Not only is this blanket large, and a traditional needle will probably not be long enough, but also, this blanket gets heavy. The weight of the blanket is easier to manage on circular needles, and the repeated turning of your work will be less cumbersome.


Cast on 110 stitches.
Starting Row: (Triangle Row A)
*P2, turn, K2, turn, P3, turn, K3, turn, P4, turn, K4, turn, P5, turn, K5, turn, P6, turn, K6, turn, P7, turn, K7, turn, P8, turn, K8, turn, P9, turn, K9, turn, P10, do not turn. (One triangle made.) Repeat from * 10 times more. Break yarn.

Row A:
K2, turn, P2, turn, Kfb, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P3, turn, Kfb, K1, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P4, turn, Kfb, K2, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P5, turn, Kfb, K3, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P6, turn, Kfb, K4, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P7, turn, Kfb, K5, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P8, turn, Kfb, K6, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P9, turn, Kfb, K7, sl 1, K1, psso, do not turn. *Pick up and knit 10 stitches down the side edge of the next triangle. (Turn, P10, turn, K9, sl 1, K1, psso) 10 times. Do not turn. Repeat from * 9 times more. Pick up and knit 10 stitches down the side edge of the last triangle. Turn, P2tog, P8, turn, K9, turn, P2tog, P7, turn, K8, turn, P2tog, P6, turn, K7, turn, P2tog, P5, turn, K6, turn, P2tog, P4, turn, K5, turn, P2tog, P3, turn, K4, turn, P2tog, P2, turn, K3, turn, P2tog, P1, turn, K2, turn, P2tog. Do not turn. Break yarn.

Row B:
Pick up and purl 9 stitches down the side edge of the first triangle. (Turn, K10, turn, P9, P2tog) 10 times. Do not turn. *Pick up and purl 10 stitches down side edge of next triangle. (Turn, K10, turn, P9, P2tog) 10 times. Repeat from * 9 times more. Turn. Break yarn.
Repeat Rows A and B until desired width of blanket is achieved. End with Row A.

Finishing Row: (Triangle Row B)
*Pick up and purl 9 stitches down the side of the next triangle. Turn, K8, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P8, P2tog, turn, K7, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P7, P2tog, turn, K6, Sl1, K1, psso, turn, P6, P2tog, turn , K5, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P5, P2tog, turn, K4, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P4, P2tog, turn, K3, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P3, P2tog, turn, K2, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P2, P2tog, turn, K1, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P1, P2tog, turn, sl 1, K1, psso, turn, P3tog. Do not turn. Repeat from * 10 times more.

Break yarn.


Weave in all loose ends.

*Note: Using this method, you can make your blanket in any color combination (a minimum of 2 colors is necessary to highlight the Entrelac pattern) and to any size. The following is the exact color placement for the blanket shown.

Row 1: Triangle Row A using yellow
Row 2: Row A using blue
Row 3: Row B using yellow
Row 4: Row A using pink
Row 5: Row B using blue
Row 6: Row A using yellow
Row 7: Row B using pink
Row 8: Row A using blue
Row 9: Row B using pink
Row 10: Row A using green
Row 11: Row B using yellow
Row 12: Row A using pink
Row 13: Row B using blue
Row 14: Row A using yellow
Row 15: Row B using blue
Row 16: Row A using pink
Row 17: Row B using yellow
Row 18: Row A using green
Row 19: Row B using pink
Row 20: Row A using blue
Row 21: Row B using pink
Row 22: Row A using yellow
Row 23: Row B using blue
Row 24: Row A using pink
Row 25: Row B using yellow
Row 26: Row A using blue
Row 27: Triangle Row B using yellow

Directions for backing and binding your blanket can be found in the following post: A Knitted and Quilted Baby Blanket??


K…knit stitch
P…purl stitch
Kfb…knit through the front and back of the same stitch
psso…pass slipped stitch over


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240 Responses to Entrelac Knit Baby Blanket

  1. Pam G. says:

    I love the way the blanket comes out it is very cute with those cute blocks.

  2. Gerrie says:

    Lovely blanket, I will try to learn the technique! This is new to me.

  3. samantha says:

    I can follow the pattern fine except for color changes. when do color changes happen?? I’d like to do this with 2 colors.

  4. ann headley says:

    When patterns are printed light like this one, it is very hard to copy. thanks

    • Trudy says:

      Just highlight, copy, and paste to a Word document. I always set my margins to as small as possible. You can then print or save as a PDF if you want or as a Word document. I just save this easy peasy and can’t wait to make it.

    • Kelly Baehr says:

      Cut and paste the whole document, then save as a Word document, where you will be able to change the color of the text to black, before printing your copy.

      • Nikki says:

        Thanks, Kelly!
        There’s a PDF for this pattern available now, too, but if anyone is still having trouble, just let me know!

        • sheila says:

          please let me know what a PDF is thanks

          • Nikki says:

            If you scroll up in this post, there is a link that says “Entrelac Knit Baby Blanket Pattern PDF.” If you click there, it will open a printer-friendly version of the pattern!
            Let me know if you need any more help getting file!

  5. Denise says:

    I’m going to try this pattern to see if comes out

  6. Beatrix Genis says:

    This is too beautiful for words. I love it.

  7. Jean says:

    I have just started practising entrelac knitting and will definitely be making this for two new members of our family in the winter, it is beautiful.

  8. Sharon Jones says:

    Just signed up to the website. Always wanted to try entrelac. I am going to try it with this pattern. If it turns out I will have a great baby shower gift in addition to learning a new technique. Thanks.

    • Nikki says:

      So happy you’re going to give entrelac a try.
      Feel free to ask questions along the way.
      And welcome! So happy you’re here!!

  9. Maryann says:

    This blanket is lovely. I have never tried this type of knitting and it will be my next project.

  10. Lise says:

    What is the finished size of the blanket?
    Very pretty looking.
    Must definitely make it soon.

    • Nikki says:

      Lise! I did not forget about you!
      I just shipped one these out just a few days before you asked about the size. I have an email out to the buyer. I know she’s away on vacation this week, but she promised me that as soon as she came back, she’d measure the blanket for me!
      In the meantime…it’s pretty big! It’s definitely bigger than a receiving blanket. I think of it as the perfect crib size!

    • Nikki says:

      So, so sorry for taking such a long time to get back to you on this! The finished blanket is approximately 36 by 40!

  11. Harriet says:

    would love to make this but so far I am unable to get it to print for me.

  12. Entrelac Baby Blanket…I am unable to copy off the directions for the Baby blanket. Please e-mail them to me.. THank you..JW

  13. Sue says:

    So is the ‘row’ actually more like a chain of triangle-diamonds-triangle? I’ve never had experience with entrelac but it is a very intriguing look. Just seeing the knits & purls for a row’s work doesn’t give me a full picture, altho’ I can see that the increases make the triangle end. One more question – Is there a ‘wrap ‘ involved with the turn? I am so curious to try this!

    • Nikki says:

      Yes, A “Row” as it’s written in the pattern, is really a row of squares all the way across the blanket. I don’t do a wrap when I turn. I know some people do. Since I know I’m going to sew a back and binding onto it, you aren’t going to see the finished edge, so I don’t stress about it. If you’re not going to sew the back and binding on, you may want to add one in if you think it will give it a nicer finished edge.
      Let me know if I can help with anything else!!

  14. Diana says:

    I’m not a knitter,but this is so pretty-I think I’m gonna give it a go.Beautiful work.

  15. Helen Smith says:

    Would also like the directions,too. Thank You

  16. Marny says:

    There are YouTube videos available, too … and those got me started, as did finding a scarf pattern that was free – so I could see a close up of the different colors.

    Fear of entrelac had me for about 4 decades and then Wham! I did it and frogged and did it again and frogged – and Voila!

    I cannot believe how something scared me so much for so long and then I figure it out and it became soooooo easy that it makes me smile.

    Be ok about frogging while learning — it helps.

    Thank you, Nikki! I am now going to NOT crochet with Snuggly Wuggly that I bought — but am going to do your blanket!! (baby is due beginning of 2012)

    • Nikki says:

      Yay, Marny!!
      So many people have the same reaction when they finally jump into Entrelac…”It’s really that easy?” Yup!
      Send pics of the blanket…and the baby!!

  17. irene ronson says:

    how do I get the print out doesn,t say send.

  18. hania says:

    i have tried other directions for this pattern and have gotten stuck after two rows. This sounds easier to follow, i have wanted to tackle this. Wish me luck

  19. Maureen says:

    I love the blanket and I have done entrelac in the round to make a bag that came out great. My inquiry is how do I print just the pattern and not all the responses also? This blanket was going to take 14 pages with all the responses printed.

    • Nikki says:

      Hi Maureen!
      In the future, you can highlight the text you’d like to print, copy it, and paste it into Word. It should be much easier to print from there, but check your inbox! I just sent it to you! Let us know how it goes!

  20. Sandra says:

    Hi Nikki, please e-mail copy of Entrelac knit baby blanket. I am definitely going to knit this.

  21. sandy morris says:

    I”v not done anything like this, i think it would make an interesting bed cover with a bed skirt Sm

  22. Noelle O' Sullivan says:

    Quick question – after the starting triangle Row A do I do row A or Row B?

    • Nikki says:

      Noelle, after Triangle Row A, do Row A, then B, then A, etc…until your blanket is the size you’d like. End with Row A, then do Triangle Row B.
      Hope this helps!!

  23. Jasu says:

    Hi Nikkie, thank you for this beautiful patterns….. I have have been looking for this pattern for ages and I so happy I manage to find!!!

    Please can you let know whether I can knit this blanket in DK, if so how much wool and what size needle will I need! I haven’t knitted anything like this before, so it will be a challenge for me…. and looking forward to starting it!!!

    Once again thank you for the pattern, and look forward to hearing from you soon!


    • Nikki says:

      I’ve seen people use DK to reference a few things…I’m assuming you are meaning you’d like to use two strands of thinner yarn at one time? If so, I’d play around with gauge. What’s nice about the pattern is you can easily make it bigger or smaller but taking off or adding on a triangle to the first row. I’d be more concerned about the weight of the blanket. You may want to use circular needles. This blanket tends to get heavy just as it’s written, so you may start to feel it in your wrists if you just use straight needles.
      Does this help? I would aboslutely LOVE to see pictures of your blanket!! Please let us see how it turns out!

      • Jasu says:

        Hi Nikki, thank you! And yes I most certainly will…. you might have to wait for a while though, but most definitely before January 2012! 🙂

  24. Mrsrkfj says:

    I’m going to give this a go…any excuse to buy new goodies!

  25. Joanne says:

    what is the difference between this and basketweave? it looks the same, but different. I am getting confused after row A. The kfb etc. Do you have a you tube tutorial ?

  26. Jane says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I am just beginning this blanket, and I’ve ripped it twice already! The first time it was mainly my fault. I don’t like the long tail cast on so I did the cable co. Wrong! #1 I had to change all the knit sts to purl sts so the k’s would be on the right side. Had I done the longtail co I would have been on the wrong side to begin with! Geez! Well, anyway no matter I still came up with 5 extra sts at the end of the first triangle row. Recounted my triangle sts. and found I had done nine sts on two of the /\ so that accounted for 2 of the 5 extra sts. Soooo, I ripped everything and started over making sure I casted on the right amt of sts, and also making sure I made each /\ 10sts wide and I still wound up with 2 extra sts.! What am I doing wrong?

  27. Jordan says:

    Hi Nikki~

    I have started this blanket and found it to be very easy so far but I have run into my first question. Sorry I am not a very experienced knitter so I am not sure about this stitch. In Row A it says: Pick up and knit 10 stitches down the side edge of the next triangle. (Turn, P10, turn, K9, sl 1, K1, psso) 10 times. Do not turn. Repeat from * 9 times more. Should I be knitting down the cast on side or the other side? Also should this be on the “second” triangle or on the one that you just finished knitting on the other side? Anything you could do to help here as I am a little stuck. Thank you

    • Nikki says:

      We’ve got your covered!
      In each row, you’re going to move all the way across your blanket, creating the next square in the “basketweave.” So, you’re going to do this whole “(Turn, P10, turn, K9, sl 1, K1, psso) 10 times” 10 times total, giving you 10 squares across your blanket. Considering that, when you pick up the next set of stitches, you should be moving over to the next square, and picking them up from the next square in the row beneath the one your are working on.
      It really takes about 3 or 4 complete rows before the pattern can easily be seen, and by then you’ll be much more comfortable with all of the stitches and where to pick up from.
      But as always, if this didn’t help, email me!! We’ll get it worked out!

  28. Polly says:

    Thanks a bunch!!! This was a great pattern. The blanket came out beautifully…I love it.

  29. Jackie Phillips says:

    I would LOVE for you to email me this pattern if possible. A friend just had a baby and would love to do it for her.
    Thank you for such a great pattern!!!

  30. Patricia says:

    I am eager to try entrelac and am looking for a baby blanket that has a backing, so this looks perfect. Is it possible for you to email the pattern to me please?
    I recently knitted one that was 12 different cable pattern squares which was very interesting to do but this will be a nice change. On the previous one I cabled a long strand large enough to go all around the edge which I think would also look good on this one instead of the satin edging.

    • Nikki says:

      The pattern is on its way to your inbox!
      PS…Tell me more about the cable! How did you attach it to the blanket? Did it curve around the corners? I’m totally intrigued by that idea!!

      • Patricia says:

        Re the cable edging – when the required length was finished I joined the two edges (it now looks like a frame) and crocheted it to the blanket edge. I often do this to join seams in my knitting as it gives a nicer, neater finish although it does take more yarn than sewing. It is also easier to undo if that becomes necessary. To knit the cable, decide on the number of rows between each cable, add four extra stitches to whatever stitch width e.g. a cable of 10 sts could be worked in stocking stitch plus four stitches worked in either stocking stitch or a stitch to match the edge of the blanket. The extra stitches are there to make it easier to attach it to the edge of the blanket and to effect a turn. The corners are turned by a wrap & turn just before the four extra stitches on three alternate RS rows in between the cable rows, you have then to knit the 3 wraps together on the 4th RS row . It has been a while since I did this so I am working from memory, maybe you could experiment with a couple of trial pieces. I know I thought it looked complicated when I did it the first time but it really was very simple. The blanket I knitted was sent to my daughter in England so I can’t refresh my memory by looking at it! I sewed a backing of a very soft jersey knit fabric to the back of my blanket and then attached the cable edging. I hope this helps and that you can work it out as it really does make a very attractive finish to a blanket/afghan project.
        Wish me luck with the entrelac!

        • Nikki says:

          Patricia! I love it! Thanks so much for sending us the how-to! I am absolutely going to play around a bit with it!
          Good luck with the Entrelac! And of course, if you have questions, just ask!

  31. Sarahsarah.mapes@iformata.com says:

    How long do your needles need to be to cast on 110 stitches??

    • Nikki says:

      You could use standard length straight needles, but from my experience, circular needles are best for this blanket. By the end, it gets heavy! Circular needles help disperse the weight. It will be easier to work with, less cumbersome, and your wrists will thank you!

  32. Becky says:

    I am trying to knit this blanket I did the starting row, and Row A with no problems. I am stuck on the beginning of row B and I am sure it is something simple but the directions say to cast and P 9stitches down then turn K8 sl1,psso THEN turn, purl 8,prul 2 together. This is were I don’t get because there is only 9 stitches. What am I not seeing in this direction? HELP???

    • Nikki says:

      Becky! Easy fix…no worries!
      You are right, there are only 9 stitches. You are going to purl together the 9th stitch from your row with the 1st stitch of the triangle you made in Row A. This is how all the little pieces connect with each other to make one large blanket. Then you’ll turn and knit back the short row you have. Turn again, purl across, and purl the last stitch together with the next stitch of the little triangle from Row A.
      Let us know if that helps!

  33. diana larsson says:

    I am new at enterlac – not sure when to change colors? Please help.

    • Nikki says:

      Welcome to Entrelac, Diana! The blanket is worked in rows. Think of each strip of color as a row. You’ll break your yarn after each row. Complete each rectangle, all the way across in one color, then cut your yarn.
      Let us know how it goes!

      • diana larsson says:

        Thanks – just bought the yarn and will give a go. One more thing I will not be quilting it. So what does WRAP mean?

        • Nikki says:

          Some people wrap their yarn whenever they turn their work (especially when they’re working short rows) to prevent a small hole from forming. I’ve never had the problem when I’m made this blanket, so I don’t worry about it. If you do find that you have a hole where you turn your work, there are tons of videos on YouTube that will walk you through it. It’s not hard at all!

  34. Mary says:

    Hello: I started this pattern and got to almost the end of Row A, but I end up with either 2 triangles at the end and it says Turn P10 turn k9 sl 1 k1 psso 10x then do not turn and repeat 9 times more. Then if I am not doing something wrong, I have 2 triangles left to begin with “Pick up and knit 10 stitches down the side edge of the last triangle. Turn, etc.” Please help. Thank you.

  35. Kartini says:

    Hi Nikki,

    Thank you so much for this beautiful pattern! I fell in love with the quilted knit blanket idea and am trying it, even though I’ve never quilted before. I have done entrelac before but am stuck on something very simple. I finished the first row and the first triangle of row A. Now, I need to pick up 10 stitches from the edge of the next triangle, but there were more than 10 rows of stitches on that edge (I think 17 or so?). Should I just space out the 10 picked up stitches along that edge or have I done something wrong?

    Thank you!

    • Kartini says:

      Hi Again,

      I read up on entrelac online and noticed that some patterns slip a stitch on every other row for the base triangles which in this pattern would leave 8-9 slipped stitches on the side of the triangle to pick up. Do you know if that would work or if it would make it harder for me to follow the pattern? I was thinking of slipping the first purl on each of the purl rows in the base triangles.

      Thank you!!

      • Nikki says:

        Some people slip because it gives them an easier edge to pick up stitches from. I’ve never had that problem, so I don’t do it. As long as you are consistent, go for it!

    • Nikki says:

      Kartini! So happy you’re going to jump into this blanket! The quilting part is the easy part! But, of course, ask questions here if you need help!
      Yes, 17 sounds high. Some people see stitches differently, so if you said you had 9 or 11, I’d say, you’re probably fine, just space out your 10, but, again, 17 sounds high.
      I’m going to email you now, and we’ll get this worked out!

  36. Darlene says:

    I love the Entrelac baby blanket. Would you please send me the pattern? Thanks!

  37. Kim says:

    Can you please send me the pattern so I can do it for a friend’s baby. I am a beginner so I only understand written out patterns also not following when u turn do u mean turn your needles then do the next stitches n how do u pick up stitches?

  38. Kirsty McL says:


    I have just completed triangle row A. When it says break yarn what do you mean? Plus how do you start with a new colour?
    I am a complete beginner so any help would be greatly appreciated.


    • Nikki says:

      Kirsty! I’m so happy you’re making my blanket! And welcome to the world of knitting!
      “Break yarn” means to cut it! Super easy, just leave yourself a long enough tail so that your work doesn’t unravel while you continue working on the blanket.
      To start a new color, just hold the tail of the old yarn together with the new yarn (this helps keep the tension even), but knit with just the new yarn.
      Keep us posted as to how the blanket it going!!

  39. Kirsty McL says:


    Thanks so much for your quick reply. I shall keep knitting and not hesitate to ask your advice when I come up against problems.


  40. Kirsty says:


    I have followed your pattern exactly and have finished tri row A and have started row A in blue. I am now at the point where I pick up and knit 10 stitches down the side of the triangle. I have watched videos but am still lost as to how you count the stitches to ensure you pick up ten and then how to knit them.

    Any help you could offer would be great.


  41. Deanna says:

    I’ve got the blanket going pretty well..on about row 18. Now I am beginning to worry about the quilting back. Did you basically do a backing fabric the same size as the knit front and then a border and sew with a standard sewing machine? Just wondering how to manage the material and yarn so nothing gets caught when sewing. Also, how did you handle your tails? I was thinking just tying and then not weaving in since they would be covered…does this work or do you have a way you did that is better?

  42. WeaverDave says:

    Hi Nikki,

    Well, it took me just over a year, but I finally finished my entrelac baby blanket. It’s beautiful. But now I have to finish it. I’m going to have someone sew the backing and satin edging on for me because I don’t sew. (I’m a weaver mainly.)

    But before I do that I need to block the blanket. Can you point me to some instructions for blocking this type of knitting? I knitted a baby blanket before and the instructions just said to put it in the washer on gentle, and then lay it out flat to dry. Is that all I need to do? Or do I need blocking pads and hundreds of straight pins?


    • WeaverDave says:

      BTW, I posted photos on my website at http://www.pvcloom.com. It was lots of fun picking out “baby” colors. 🙂

    • Nikki says:

      I’m a bad person to ask about this 😉 I don’t really follow any of the “blocking rules.”
      I press my blanket (from the back) on my ironing board with a dry iron. (If you’re nervous about putting a hot iron to your blanket, you can absolutely put a pressing cloth between!) I keep my tape measure handy to make sure I’m keeping it square. No straight pins, no blocking pads, and definitely not in the washer.
      I know many people are gasping in horror, but that’s what’s always worked for me!

  43. WeaverDave says:


    Thanks for getting back to me so quickly.

    I used Plymouth Encore Worsted, which is 75% acrylic and only 25% wool. I chose that so the blanket could be machine washed. But does the entrelac knitting not stand up well in a washer?


    • Nikki says:

      It will hold up fine! It’s just a matter of preference. It’s going to take awhile for it to dry flat. I’ve done it that way in the past, but sometimes I just don’t want to wait that long!

  44. megan says:

    Thanks for this pattern

  45. julie says:

    Fantastic blanket for a newborn! Love! Thank you very much for sharing this fabulous pattern!

  46. Ali says:

    Nikki I love love love this baby blanket! I just recently found out I was pregnant an do not know the sex of the baby! I would love this amazing blanket for him her! But as a full time nurse with a crazy shedule, a husband that works out of time for very long periods of time, a busy 2 yr old , I simply do not have the time to make this blanket! I am so thankful you put your pattern and pictures on here for people to is but with all this being said , I would love to purchase one!!! Do u sell these with your other items on etsy! I would love this to be our new editions baby blanket!!

    Thanks so much

    • Nikki says:

      Thank you so much! You are so sweet! And congratulations on welcoming a new little one to your family! I’m so excited for you!
      At this point, I only make these for family members. I opened them to the public a few months ago, and within a few days, the wait time was already up to three or four months. That just doesn’t seem fair, and I feel bad making people wait that long.
      My suggestion is to take the pattern to your local yarn shop. There are always knitters there looking for projects to work on.
      If you don’t have luck at the yarn shop, get back in touch with me.
      And congratulations again!

  47. Nancy Clark says:

    Nikki, I have seen this in catalogs and books and it looked impossible, but you have made it look easy, time will tell. I always have a stash of baby afghans and whenever anyone tells me they have had a baby or someone they know has had a baby, I dig into my stash! Love to crochet and so very excited to have found your website. Thank you.

    • Nikki says:

      Thanks so much, Nancy! You have me blushing!
      Let us know how things go with the Entrelac blanket, and if you any questions, you know where to find me!

  48. Paula Joyce says:

    Where do I find the instructions for the backin and binding?

  49. Kelly says:

    I made this for my grandson, which came out great and he loves. My dilema is that my husband loved it also and wants one of his own. I am a very basic knitter, so have no idea how to adjust the pattern to make it bigger. I am thinking of the size of a throw blanket. Something for him to use for the couch…Can you help with that??

    • Nikki says:

      You can absolutely make it bigger!
      If my math (and my memory) are correct, each of those base triangles that you start with take up 10 stitches. So theoretically, you can chain any multiple of 10, and you should be fine.
      However, keep in mind, that if you make it too much bigger, you’ll have to piece the back. That’s not a big deal at all, just keep it in mind when you’re buying your fabric. If you need help with it, just ask!
      PS…If you made it through this pattern, you’re not “just a basic knitter”! 😉

  50. Jenn K says:

    I am looking for a project to do after all my Christmas gifts are done. This blanket looks amazing but I have yet to ever do any Entrelac. Do you have any good videos that you could direct me to? I’m a it confused as to the whole knitting triangles and picking them up with new colors etc. I have just learned to knit a few months ago and have only done scarf projects up until now. Thanks.

    • Nikki says:

      Hi Jenn!
      I’m so happy you’re going to give this blanket a try!
      You may have seen me say in some of the other comments, at first, you are going to think there is no way what you’re doing is right. It takes until maybe row 3 or 4 of the squares for it to start to lay flat, and you can see how the pieces fit together. There are plenty of videos on YouTube, but if you have questions, you can always ask here, or email me! Nikki@NikkiInStitches.com
      Keep us posted as to how it’s going!

  51. Sheila says:

    Love the blanket and the pattern. Tried others but this one was easier to understand. BUT I finished the bottom triangles Row A last night and today can not figure out where to start. I broke the yarn and have my new color to try with but something just seems off. Do you know if I should be starting on the right side or wrong side (seems a silly question but I can’t seem to quite picutre where i am going next.

    • Sheila says:

      Scratch the question, I jumped in with what my gut said and I can now see how its coming together 🙂 But here comes my next question, pick up and knit 10 down the side of the triangle, I understand the concept but seem to have the loose end of the yarn on the wrong side of work after that. Should I be picking up and knitting a stitch at a time or picking up 10 knitting *backwards* or do you have another way. I have down a few of row A but I have been picking up 10 slipping to other needles to be able to knit and then just letitng the yarn flow in the wrong site to meet the beginnig stich. so I have a few long stretches of yarn just sticking out the wrong side. I watched a few youtube videos but its looks like they are just knitting nad purling backwards but I just can not make that work for me.

      • Nikki says:

        “Pick up and knit” was always confusing to me, too, because you really don’t “knit” the stitches. You really just pick them up “as if to knit.”
        It really is just inserting your needle into the stitch below, yarn over, pull up a stitch on your right needle. Repeat along the edge as many times as required.
        Here is a REALLY long post that covers a ton of different knitting techniques, but it has GREAT pictures of exactly what to do: http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter04/FEATwin04TT.html
        Let me know if this helps!
        If not, you know where to find me!

  52. Katherine says:

    Hello Nikki! I’ve made entrelac blankets several times and they turn out too cute! In a pattern I found many years ago, the writer taught a quick lesson on how to “knit backwards!” It actually was a purl stitch without turning the blanket back and forth! What a help this was! Where ever the pattern called for purling a specified number of stitches, I would simply “knit backwards.” You Tube offers several great videos on how to knit backward. It sounds hard, but believe me, it’s not!! When it comes to the entrelac pattern, it’s a time saver, and, it means no fatigue on the arms and hands from constantly turning your work, especially when it gets longer and heavier. Give it a try!

    • Nikki says:

      Thank you so much for the suggestion!
      I am absolutely going to learn how to do it!
      That is the only think I don’t like about making this blanket…there is so much turning!
      It would work up SOOOO much quicker without it!
      Thanks again!

  53. Kelly Lauta says:

    I seriously can’t wait to try this! Always wanted to try entrelac and this baby blanket is just the cutest thing I’ve seen using this technique. Have to finish another baby blanket first though…now I’m motivated to do so! Thanks!!

  54. Debbie says:

    Hi Nikki-thanks for the beautiful pattern. I had a question about amount of yarn that you use per color. I have 3 skeins with 375 yards and wondered if that would be enough. The Sidar yarn you used I think had 104 yds. per skein. My question is did you use all the yarn of all 4 skeins? My LYS had only 3 skeins of the yellow of the yarn I chose and I’m having a hard time finding more. But I will continue looking if I have to. Just thought I would check with you. You do beautiful work and are so helpful to everyone! Thanks for your help!!

    • Nikki says:

      I made the blanket with that yarn so long ago, it’s hard to remember! I usually do add a little padding to my numbers, but I don’t remember how much.
      Here’s a little trick though! If you’re going to follow the pattern exactly, the green is used the least. If you need to, switch the green and yellow. You’re blanket will use the same color palette, but you won’t need as much yellow. Does that make sense???
      I hope that helps!

  55. Carren Cerna says:

    Would you be able to send instructions to my inbox? Thank you so very much I hope to make this for my grandchild expected in June on my Birthday! Thank you so very much.
    Sincerely, Carren

  56. Nancy says:

    I consider myself a bit of a entrelac instruction expert, in that, I have looked at dozens of videos and googled dozens of written instructions and gazed at millions (or so it seems like) of entrelac how-tos and the instructions on Nikki in Stitches are by far, by far, the best – they are so much easier to understand than any other that I’ve seen. I bought an entrelac blanket kit online, although I didn’t realize that that’s what it was. I couldn’t comprehend the instructions that came with it at all. I’m so thankful to have found this site, thank you so much Nikki for this pattern.

    Slightly off topic – I saw, on Etsy, an entrelac baby blanket, it is unlined and knitted from Mary Maxim prism yarn (which is a variegated yarn, so no need for colour changes while knitting) – I recognized the yarn because it is the same distinctive yarn as the yarn in the kit that I bought. Anyway, the seller wants $750 for the finished blanket!

    • Nikki says:

      Oh my goodness! You have me blushing! Thank you so very much for your sweet words! I truly appreciate it!
      Considering how time consuming Entrelac knitting can be, I can understand a high price point, but $750?? I’d be afraid to ever wrap my baby in that blanket! 😉

  57. Lesley says:

    I have just found this site after a friend emailed me a photo of some entrelac knitting. I would be most grateful if you would email me the blanket pattern. I am not a good knitter but would like to give it a go. Can you possibly advise what gauge needles to us as I shall be using DK wool (4ply)

    Many thanks

    • Nikki says:

      Lesley! Welcome!
      Check your inbox for the pattern!
      As far as the gauge for the DK (4ply) yarn, it is probably a little finer than what I’ve used in the blanket pictured. I’d be afraid to adjust your needle size too much, because you might not like how “open weave” the blanket may end up being.
      Just remember, that by keeping a smaller sized needle, your blanket will not be as big. I would add on to the pattern to compensate. Adding additional squares is not that hard, since they are based off of ten stitches. Just add a multiple of ten to how many you cast on, and you’ll be fine!

      • Lesley says:

        Thanks Nikki, I’m now ready to give this a go with yarn from our alpacas. Just a thought – if I wanted to make a throw rather than a baby blanket would it look wrong if blankets were sewn together to make a bigger finished piece?
        Wonderful website – you’ve got me hooked!

        • Nikki says:

          I don’t think you’re going to love the look of the blankets grafted together. I also don’t think the weight of the blanket will work well with any type of grafting stitch.
          How big are you thinking of going?
          The blanket is actually pretty easy to make bigger. Just add a multiple of 10 onto how many you cast on. For every 10 extra stitches you cast on, you’ll get one more square in your row. I would maybe consider doing that first!

          • Lesley says:

            Thanks for the advice Nikki. I guess I’ll stick with your original pattern, so looking forward to knitting it. By the way congratulations on your pregnancy, I’m sure you must be making this wonderful quilt for September!

          • Nikki says:

            Oh, Lesley! Thank you so very much!
            This baby is actually getting a quilt, of course with my own little twist on the design. How-to hopefully coming soon!

  58. Linda says:

    Hi, just found your site while looking for easy baby blankets to knit. I’m not very good and fairly new. Do you think I can do this without much experience? If so what do you mean when you put “turn” throughout your instructions? This is a beautiful blanket and I am enjoying your site.

    • Nikki says:

      Hi Linda, and welcome!
      I think that with patience, a beginner can knit this blanket.
      The hardest part is figuring out where to pick up the stitches from the previous row. And I always tell people that as long as you are consistent, and they are evenly spaced, you will be fine!
      “Turning” your work mean literally flipping it to the other side, and working back along the stitches you just knit.
      If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!

  59. Darlene says:

    Just finished making this beautiful blanket. However, I would like to finish off the edge with a knitted boarder. Do you have any suggestions?

    • Nikki says:

      There are so many edge patterns out there! I would do a quick google search to get some ideas in motion. There are even a few great books that you can find just at your local craft store that are so good to have on hand for this exact reason.
      Just a note, I would just be aware of the weight of the edge. The blanket itself has a bit of weight to it. I think you’ll want something that works well with that weight.
      I also think it’s important to note that the blanket is a “closed knit” type of design. For that reason, I don’t think I’d pick an “open knit” design with a lot of holes (i.e. yarn overs) in the pattern.
      And don’t be afraid to look at the crochet edges available, too! I often like the weight of crochet edges better on my blankets!
      Please send pics of your finished blanket! I’d love to see it with the edging!

  60. Rabbia says:

    Hi Nikki

    I accidently came to your site while surfing the net for a nice baby blankt pattern….I was completely baffled and awed by this blanket I was actually afraid to even read and try to workout the pattern….but I was so hooked that I had constant dreams about making this entrelac blanket….so to get to the main project I first tried it on a scarf (which I made for my hubby’s niece) it was so easy and interesting that I JUST HAD to make a baby blanket…..I am currently on row 9 of my blanket (I had to move house to another city so had to leave my project and it took me 5 months to get back to it) but it is turning out wonderfully…
    Thanks for such a lovely and easy pattern.

    I will post a pic as my blanket is ready……also will it be ok without a backing? as I plan to make a crochet border to give it some extra lil bit width and finished look.


    • Nikki says:

      I’m so happy you love the look of Entrelac as much as I do!
      And absolutely! Your blanket will be fine without a backing!
      I actually just had someone ask about knitting or crocheting an edge on it, which is something I haven’t yet tried with this pattern. I’d love to see pictures of how yours turn out!

  61. Ann Hathaway says:

    could you e-mail me the instructions on how to back and bind my beautiful baby blanket I have tried to print it off but it is’nt working. Have enjoyed so much knitting it I followed your colours and it turned out well I havent done this kind of knitting before but found it so easy once I got started Regards Ann.

  62. Linda F says:

    I made an entrelac sweater for a baby and lost the pattern, it turned out beautiful..Does anyone have that sweater pattern, Thanks Linda

  63. Corina H. says:

    Thank you sooooo much for the entrelac pattern. I had never knitted before but wanted to make a blanket for my 9 month old daughter Vivian. I fell in love with the entrelac pattern and was pleased at how easy it was but looks so complicated. I used bright colors and am very pleased with how it turned out. 🙂

  64. Susan Parnell says:

    Hi Nikki, I have tried to print this pattern, but don’t know to do a pdf , can you help me or send it as a normal print. Susan

  65. Kathy St. Louis says:

    I am anxious to start this pattern. Your instructions say use a size 6 circular needle, but don’t indicate the length of the “circular” should it be 16 inches or longer?

    Thanks for your help

  66. clare dick says:

    would you be able to send instructions to my in box

  67. clare dick says:


  68. Michelle says:

    This pattern looks hard,

    • Nikki says:

      Michelle! I promise! It’s not that bad!
      I will admit, it takes some patience in the beginning, but by the time you’re on the second or third row, you will have the hang of it!
      And if you need help, I’m here!!

  69. sylvia schroeder says:

    i have just started the entrelac blanket i’m a rather expirenced knitter but stuck on row B do i start picking up from the bottom of the triangle is it the first triangle or where i ended up row 2 as you can see i’m confused.really anxious to do it going to be a first time nanna.thank you

  70. sylvia schroeder says:

    you so much for acknowledging my request for help i await your instructions

  71. sylvia schroeder says:

    Thankyou so much i did get your reply sorry but would it be with wrong side of work facing me as to purl

    • Nikki says:

      Sylvia, the knit side is always on the front of the blanket. The purls are always on the back. So that should help. If you’re purling, you should be looking at the back of your work!
      PS…This took me FOREVER to figure out because I knit this blanket “continental” and don’t ever actually turn my work. It makes it go MUCH faster!

  72. Nancy says:

    Nikki, thank you once again for these wonderful Entrelac instructions. I thought that knitters might be interested to see an Entrelac throw that is up for sale on Etsy. It is in different shades of orange to brown and the seller used merino wool, I’m guessing the seller hand-dyed the wool to obtain the many different shades. Anyway, it’s 60″ x 38″ and it’s going for $1,100! Gulp!

    • Nikki says:

      Nancy, do you have a link?
      I can completely understand why the price is so high. Entrelac knitting takes so much more time. AND the wool is hand-dyed. But I’d love to know how many blankets actually sell at that price point!

  73. Nancy says:

    I meant to add, yes it’s beautiful and she offers to knit it in other colourways. I would imagine that hand-dyeing wool would be a bit of a challenge, to say the least.

  74. Britney says:

    Where did you purchase your Sirdar Snuggly Baby Bamboo yarn? I have been unable to find it and I am hoping to make this blanket for an upcoming newborn.
    Are there any other yarns that would be equivalent to the Sirdar yarn?

    • Nikki says:

      I found that yarn a long time ago at a yarn shop, and when they had their “everything you can fit in this bag for 50% off” sale, I got A TON! You can use any yarn that matches up with the gauge and suggested needle size. If there’s a yarn you have in mind, you can send me the link and I’ll let you know if I think it will work!

  75. Julie says:

    I just started this pattern tonight. So far so good. Thanks for the clear directions. Looking forward to seeing it done.

  76. Desiree says:

    Hi I put a question down for this blanket on another page and of course now I can’t find it to see if you answered back:)- silly me- I’m just looking to see what the total yards of yarn needed is?


    • Nikki says:

      Hi Desiree!
      So each skein of yarn I used was 104 yards and I used 13 skeins total. If you’re using a variegated yarn and won’t be switching colors, you should need about 1350 yards!
      Let me know how it goes!

  77. Donna Wells says:

    Hi Nikki!
    I’m going to make this beautiful blanket for a baby shower…would you mind sending me the pattern? Thank you so much! Can’t wait to get started! Thanks!

  78. Melody says:

    Hey Nikki! I’m new to this technique, but I’ve been looking into it and noticed that the tutorials I’ve seen don’t have all the increases/decreases, but instead simply slip the first or last stitch, why is that?

    • Nikki says:

      I can see using slip stitches for the rows that just contain squares, but the first and last rows (that are both made up of triangles) I think should have increases and decreases. I have a feeling that just slipping stitches may leave you with “open” areas…looser stitches that might look like holes…and I don’t think you’ll be as happy with the end result.
      That’s my guess, but if you give it a try, let me know if you can see a difference!

      • Melody says:

        Thx! I’m totally new to this so was rather confused at first lol, but after watching several tutorials on YouTube and knitting a couple swatches, its making more sense. And you’re right this method creates a much tighter knit than some others. I’m planning to make this for my friend who just had a baby girl, thx so much!

  79. Rebecca Falcon says:

    Hey nikki!
    I wanted to make this pattern a little but bigger from 36×40, how would I go ahead and do that?

    • Nikki says:

      To make the blanket wider you need to just cast on more stitches. Be sure you cast on a multiple of 10 and you’ll be fine!
      To make it “higher” you need to add rows to the pattern. I would write out your color pattern before you get started to make sure your colors are evenly dispersed!
      Let me know how it goes!

  80. Chelle says:

    I found this pattern a few days ago having never seen anything like this before and I am now knitting it for my granddaughter. It is gorgeous and fabulous instructions so easy to follow. Thank you very much.

  81. Paula says:

    I just started this pattern, and I feel I’ve done something wrong, but would hate to start it over if it isn’t wrong! Haha, so..I was wondering if you happen to have pictures of this in the process, especially the starting row and the first few rows! Thanks!

    • Nikki says:

      I don’t have any pictures I can post, but I can tell you this: EVERYONE (including me!) thinks they’re doing it wrong at the start! It takes a good two or three rows for the pieces to take shape and fit together nicely. Keep going a bit more and see if things fall into place!

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  83. Tina Rutkowski says:

    Living in U.S.A.

    can only find sirdar baby bamboo online in shops in the United Kingdom….
    HELP !
    If I can’t get this yarn? what other yarn could I use??


    • Nikki says:

      I’ve used so many different yarns for this blanket…don’t stress!
      You can use anything…just not something too blulky. Most baby weight yarns are perfect!

  84. Marns says:

    Hi there, is it possible for this to be knitted on a Round Knitting Loom.. or a KB Afghan Loom?
    Thanx 🙂

    • Nikki says:

      There is A LOT of back and forth with this pattern, just like working short rows, so I’m not sure it’s possible to do it on a loom.

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  86. Veronica says:

    Greetings Nikki…

    I’m a first timer with the art of Entrelac, but decided to jump out there anyways… Needless to say I’ve already frogged 2 rows twice now due to not counting each square to make sure they were 10 there, some were 9 and one was 11 where I accidently picked up and knitted the last sititch of the previous square… My God Mother commented “see I would have given up after the 2nd time around”, but I’m determined to trudge on… I have a question for you… I’m stumped on the row B (2nd row up from triangle setup row) where my square is leaning to the right… I’m trying to accomplish the “finish row B” directions here and for the life of me I cannot get it to come out without looking puckered… Also, the directions suggestions that I pick up 9 stitches which doesn’t count out right with the ssk or sl1/psso and then the p2tog on the next row… Is there an error there and if not could you please be reallllll specific about this for me… I’m lost and so confused… I’ve put it aside for now, but am itching to pick it up again as I need to have it done by Sept as a shower gift. If you have a moment to maybe do a video on the left and right triangles for row’s A & B futher up in the pattern that would be a blessing for us beginners… I’ve looked at everything on You Tube with reference to the process but this row b triangle just isn’t clicking for me as I get past row A… I took a couple of pics of what I am talking about and would be glad to share them if you could provide where I should send them.

    Looking forward to hearing from you and may peace and all that is well be with you and everyone in your circle of life.

    • Nikki says:

      The first few rows of this blanket are always tricky. Until about row three or four the pieces don’t really start to fit together. So my first piece of advice for everyone is to tough it out until then! I promise everything will start to fall together!
      As far as picking up the stitches, as long as you are consistent every time, you can use your best judgement as to exactly where to pick up those 10. I try to get the first one really close to the base, and the last really close to the top. This prevents any gaps in your blanket where the squares come together. I then try to just space out the 8 in between as even as I can get them!
      Give that a try and let me know how it goes!

  87. Natalie Bain says:

    Hi, please could you email me the pattern? Also (I’m a newbie at knitting so bare with me) what kind of wool do I need? When I’m looking there is DK and different “ply” also when you say 13 balls in total is that 100g balls?

    • Nikki says:

      What’s nice about this pattern is you can really use whatever yarn you’d like. Don’t stress too much about getting the exact weight that I used. Find a really pretty soft yarn that comes in enough colors to give your blanket some visual interest, and you’re good! You ideally are looking for a *medium* weight yarn. Some baby yarns and finer yarns are too thin. You’ll get a smaller blanket that isn’t very warm and comfy. Your “chunky” yarns will be too heavy…you’ll lose a lot of the detail in your work! And check your inbox. The pattern is on it’s way to you now!

  88. Natalie says:

    Hi, I’ve had to give it up already. I’m not sure if the abbreviations are the same as they are in the UK? I’ve complete the first row of triangles no problem. As soon as I change colour and start that row I have followed every step and double checked, after P4, turn, KFB, K2, there isn’t enough stitches left to Sl1, K1, psso?

    • Nikki says:

      Walk me through what you’re doing for each abbreviation and let’s make sure we’re on the same page.
      If you scroll to the bottom of the pattern there is a list of exactly what each abbreviation stands for!

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  90. Jen says:

    My daughter would love her grandma to knit this for the baby she is expecting but her sight is not so good now and I would need to make the print bigger. I have tried copy and paste into Word but it just goes into one continuous block of text. Is it possible for you to email it to me please?

    Many thank for the lovely pattern x

  91. Sue says:

    how big are the “balls” of yarn? It just says 4 balls of {each color}

  92. clare says:

    could you send me the pattern

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  95. Julie says:

    Having real trouble with row b; have easily completed the first row of triangles and the second row of squares. Firstly where do I pick up these 9 stitches on row b? Do I pick these up from the first triangle that I knitted in triangle row a? And if so the only side avaliable is at the bottom of that triangle, so is this where I pick up the nine stitches? Second question is when I pick up nine and nit 10 I then have to pearl 9 and pearl 2 together, where do I get this extra stitch from? Am really frustrated as the first two rows look amazing and I would love to finish this for my first grandchild, I am also a competent knitter and rairly have been stumped by a patterns wording.
    Many thanks x julie x

    • Nikki says:

      That first row of squares (Row A) should actually start and end with a triangle. Does yours?
      In Row B, you want to pick up the 9 stitches along the edge of that first triangle and as you work the next few short rows, you’ll create a square between that first triangle in the row below and that first square…it kind of “fills in the gap”.
      I hope that helps!
      If not, please just let me know!

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  97. Jennie says:

    Hi Nikki
    I am new to picking up purl and have watched several YouTube videos, different techniques have me completely confused.
    I have read through these comments and still having trouble with Row B…
    Looking at the wrong side of my work I have a triangle edge on the left side of my work and the triangle I just completed on the right side of my work, but my triangle to the right is completely off my needles. Is this correct? And if so, when I am picking up 9 purl am I picking up on the left or right side of my work and whuh part of the triangle? – the inner part of the triangle, or the out side of the blanket where I just purled off my last stitch? And do I use my left or right needle. When I am turning my work after purl I do not have 10 to knit? Sorry I am so confused! I can send pictures if need be.

    • Nikki says:

      Hi Jennie!
      Each main row across your work should start with right side facing you. That should help a lot right there!
      It may also help to know that your next row should start and stop with a triangle, but be filled with squares between. This helps give you straight edges along the sides!
      Keep those things in mind and see if that gets you going. If not, just let me know!

  98. Barbara June Porter says:

    Hi, Nikki. Is it ok to crochet or knit the edges?

    • Nikki says:

      You could absolutely add a crochet border to it! Whatever you’d like!
      I just like finished them with a backing because the back of this one isn’t nearly as pretty as the front!

  99. Nadine says:

    Help please
    Luv the pattern, got through triangle row a and most of row a but at end I went down side, picked up 10, did purl 2 together in picked up stitches but will have a last triangle in yellow on end on left needle..how do I get these off?

  100. clare dick says:

    love the pattern clare

  101. clare dick says:

    could you send me the pattern clare

  102. Arbaiah Aird says:

    Dear Nikki,
    I seem to have trouble with row 1 (rowA). I think I must be picking up the wrong side. I have unpick about 5 times 🙁
    It must be something I am not doing right, as everyone seems to do it ok.
    Do I pick the other side of triangle I am working on? Or slope side of next.

    • Nikki says:

      Row A should start with a triangle, have squares all the way across, and then end with another triangle. That may help give you an idea of how the pieces fit together. So after that first triangle, those stitches you are picking up are from the previous row!

  103. clare dick says:

    lovly pattern

  104. clare dick says:

    dear nikki could you send me this pattern clare

  105. April says:

    Beautiful blanket. This is my first time doing entirelac knitting.I just finished row A and I am having trouble with starting row B. I have one stitch from my second color and purled 9 with my first color. How can I turn, knit 10, turn, purl 9, p2tog? Do I need to to just knit the 10 and then turn, purl 9, turn and p2tog?

    Thank you

  106. Mary Reed says:

    Dear Nikki,
    Will be having my sixth grandchild and am longing to knit the entrelac blanket! But………. want to mail to my husband to print and it’s not on the webpage any longer 😦😦😦😦😦. Live in Argentina and materials are being brought from England!! Please…… how can i get the instructions?

    • Nikki says:

      Mary, if you look above at the post where it says “Entrelac Knit Baby Blanket Pattern PDF” just click and a printer friendly version will be there!
      Congratulations on your newest grandbaby!

  107. Bev says:

    Love this knitting it in pale lemon and different shades of blue for my greatgrandson Teddy

  108. Caroline says:

    Thank you for this lovely pattern. I’ve always wanted to make Entrelac but have never been brave enough to attempt it. I’ve got to the end of Row A & got myself in a mess but I won’t give up, I’ll frog it back & try again 🙂

  109. Anna galea says:

    I would like to have the pattern please

  110. Anna galea says:

    Thank you for your pattern

  111. chantell says:

    love love love

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  113. Joslyn says:

    Nikki, your blanket is so beautiful, thank you for sharing the pattern. I would like to make your Entrelac blanket about 30 inches wide. What is the stitch repeat for each diamond and triangle pattern? In other words, a multiple of ? stitches + ? stitches; how many stitches would I cast on? Thank you again!

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