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A blanket for my newest addition
This blanket was designed for my new baby, Orazio Vincent Eppolite. Orazio joined our family on 06/18/14.
Since he was a summer baby I wanted a blanket that would be lightweight and breezy, but would still keep him warm in the car with the air conditioning on, or in the house, since we like it a bit cooler. At the same time, I wanted a fabric that would breathe and wouldn’t become too warm.
The Orazio blanket was the perfect solution. It is made with 100% cotton and has an open lace stitch that lets air move through and not overheat. I designed my blanket in stroller size as it works the best for us for both the home and on the go but you can make this blanket in any size. Next, I’ll be making one for my daughter’s bed in twin size. Pattern includes directions for TEN sizes. Enjoy! Add this pattern to your Ravelry favorites
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Any weight yarn (I used I Love this Cotton) 360 yards used for Stroller Size
Hook half a size larger than recommended hook (I used 6.0mm (J) hook)
• Ch3 at the beginning of each row is considered the first dc
• The last st of every row will be placed in the Ch3 from previous row
1 ½” per pattern repeat
1” per row
30”x 35”- Stroller Size
You can also make this any size by starting with a chain in multiples of 6+5 or use one of the sizes listed below.
Lovey– Start with a chain of 41sts and complete 9 rows plus border
Security- Start with a chain of 59sts and complete 16 rows plus border
Stroller– featured as sample/pattern
Receiving– Start with a chain of 161sts and complete 39 rows plus border
Toddler– Start with a chain of 173sts and complete 51 rows plus border
Throw– Start with a chain of 209sts and complete 59 rows plus border
Twin– Start with a chain of 239sts and complete 84 rows plus border
Full– Start with a chain of 365sts and complete 89 rows plus border
Queen– Start with a chain of 389sts and complete 93 rows plus border
King– Start with a chain of 437sts and complete 89 rows plus border
Row 1: Ch 125. 1sc in 2nd ch from hook. *Ch3 and skip 2sts. 1sc in next st. Repeat from * to end of chain.
Row 2: Ch3 and turn. 3dc in the next 3-ch *Ch3. 1sc in the next 3-ch. Ch3. 3dc in the next 3-ch. Repeat from * to end. 1dc in the last sc.
Row 3: Ch1 and turn. 1sc in first st. *Ch3. 1sc in next 3-ch. Ch3. 1sc in next 3-ch. Repeat from * to end. Ch3. 1sc in the top of turning ch (Ch3).
Row 4: Ch6 and turn. 1sc in the next 3-ch. *Ch3. 3dc in the next 3-ch. Ch3. 1sc in the next 3-ch**. Repeat from * to ** to last 3-ch. Ch2. 1dc in last sc.
Row 5: Ch1 and turn. 1sc in firt st. *Ch3. 1sc in the next 3-ch. Ch3. 1sc in the next 3-ch. Ch3. Repeat from * to end. 1sc in 4th ch of turning ch (Ch6).
Rows 6-34: Repeat rows 2, 3, 4 and 5, consecutively. Fasten off and weave in ends
Change to edging color and crochet around finished piece as follows. Starting at one edge, not in a corner; 4dc in first 3-ch. *1sc in next 3-ch. 4dc in next 3-ch. Repeat from * around. In all four corners; 4dc. Ch2. 4dc.
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