Eyelet Baby Blanket

A soft, washable, light baby blanket in an eyelet pattern that keeps it interesting for the knitter. Pattern includes links to four instructional videos.

Size: 38” x 38” square
Needles: Size US 8 32” circular, and size US 8 needles set of 5 double-pointed
Yarn: Knit Picks Comfy Worsted in Honeydew, 7 skeins
Additional Materials: 4 stitch markers, tapestry needle, row counter
Gauge: about 5 stitches per inch in Stockinette Stitch, but this is not especially important in this pattern. Just be sure you are creating a fabric you like, that is neither too loose and open with all of the eyelets, nor so tight that you can barely see the eyelets.

This pattern is available in two different formats, each includes links to 4-part video tutorial:

1. PDF Pattern, traditional and printable. $4.99 via PayPal

2. Amazon Kindle digital download (suitable for Kindle devices and devices that use the Kindle app): $4.00 US.

Preview Eyelet Baby Blanket videos

*Note – this pattern is also available in the Baby Shower Countdown eBook collection.

22 comments on “Eyelet Baby Blanket

  1. I brought this pattern a few months ago and had a hard drive crash, is there a way for it to be re downloaded without paying again?

  2. Just bought the Eyelet Baby Blanket pattern, but did not get it down loaded before applying for paypay at the same time. Do I have to buy it again to get it??

  3. Sorry, I didn’t realize the link was sent to my email/ This is my first time for this, so please pardon my ignorance. Love your videos and fell like we arr old friends now. Thank you.

  4. Are there corrections on this pattern eyelet baby blanket? Do all the increase rows add 2 stitches?

    I just finished row 53 and it is looking good. I hope I. Can figure out the next part.

  5. This blanket is coming along fine. I was just wondering if you had any tips on how to add yarn to this blanket? I know how to add yarn but because of the yarn overs was just wondering how you did it especially with the slippery yarn. Thanks for all the videos and helping me to improve my knitting

  6. How easy is it to change the size of the blanket? I would like to make a larger blanket without increasing yarn weight/needle size.

  7. Hi Amy – yes, once you’re comfortable with the pattern of increasing, you can continue past the size in the pattern to make any size of blanket.

    S t a c i

  8. Hi Staci,
    I’m not very good at knitting on DPNs – would I be able to begin this pattern on a circular needle using magic loops to take up the slack?
    Thanks Staci

  9. Hi, Loving this blanket! But, just realized I made a mistake about 3 rows back 🙁 and don’t have any lifelines. Any thoughts on the best approach to ripping it back?

  10. Need to get started on this blanket right away and don’t want to order the Knit Picks yarn that you used and have to wait. I have access to the full line of Lion Brand (cotton-ease)(Vanna Baby) etc. Would one of those work as well or should I look for 75% pima cotton/25% acrylic for the nice draping and lightness that this blanket looks to have using Comfy worsted?

  11. Dorothy – I’m not very familiar with the yarns you listed, but you can really use any yarn for this blanket, provided you like the yarn and the fabric you are creating.

    S t a c i

  12. I ended up ordering the Knit Picks Comfy worsted as you show in the pattern. I’m almost done with it, but I want to be sure that I have enough yarn for the border. I know we all knit differently, but when you knit your 38″ blanket with 124 rows, approx how much of a skein did you use for the border (1/2, 1/4?) I’m just overly worried.

  13. I bought this eyelet blanket pattern last week and I’m on row 47 already and enjoying every stitch of it! Thank you for the lovely design, Staci!

  14. Hi I love this pattern but I want to knit a blanket with 2-4 different colors. Could you suggest a way to incorporate different colors into this pattern that would match the blanket and won’t look tacky? Thanks!

  15. Hi Staci

    I bouthe this pattren and i stick with row no 13 can you tell me how i can do it pl

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