Easy-to-follow textured knit baby blanket called Honeycomb Baby Blanket using Red Heart Super Saver. I’ve always been curious as I see this combination in mittens and hats at the local farmer’s market. Was it that hard to do?
Just for fun, I wanted to try this for myself, and by gawd, it worked! I learned a few things in practicing the sample, including the neat Honeycomb Stitch and picking up side edging on the blanket.
The Red Heart Super Saver O’Go in rainbow colour is the same ball, and it appears from a distance like stained glass behind the white framing. It is a one-sided baby blanket, meaning the wrong side doesn’t have a honeycomb appearance.
It was an easy-to-maintain pattern as a whole. I also learned that the honeycomb has tension, and Yarnspirations Design Team has us expanding the row before it starts to compensate for the tension. When you reach the other final side of the border, you decrease back down again.
This project would be an amazing heirloom blanket if you really wanted it to be.
If you are interested in timeless baby blankets for knitting, the mitered squares are done individually and then sewn together. Again, colours are subjective to your personal taste. The gray and white in today’s modern baby approach would be sweet too. This is the Mitered Squares Baby Blanket.
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