Top 10 Countdown! #2: Entrelac Knit Baby Blanket

And the Nikki, In Stitches Top 10 Countdown continues! This entrelac knit baby blanket is such a favorite of mine, it found its way onto the current Make It Together page. (By the way, you must take a peek at the Make It Together page! It’s my favorite part of the new site…a feature of my 6 best projects from all my favorite craft mediums!)

You can find the directions to knit the top (as well as links to how to back and bind your “quilt”) here: Entrelac Knit Baby Blanket

Added Later: Printer Friendly Version Now Available!

Entrelac Knit Baby Blanket Pattern PDF

And, while you’re here, don’t forget! There’s a giveaway going on!

I’m giving away a ton of corks to help you get started on creating your own cork wreath! Just go to this post: Top 10 Countdown! Fan Favorite: How To Make A Cork Wreath and leave a comment!  It’s as simple as that!  Good luck!

Enjoy,

Nikki, In Stitches

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3 Responses to Top 10 Countdown! #2: Entrelac Knit Baby Blanket

  1. Kathleen Farrell says:

    I started this pattern from Lion Brand and am struggling with the second row last triangle – I am willing to rip out and start with yours as your directions seem much better than theirs.

    Should I? I would love your opinion!

    thanks

  2. Desiree says:

    Hi I’m hoping to start on the entrelac baby blanket pattern and was wondering if you could clarify how many yards of yarn is required in total? I’m using a different type/brand than suggested because I want to use long variegated yarn (so i don’t have to switch colors) and I want to make sure I get enough- thanks!

    • 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!

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