Canis Minor Illusion Baby Blanket
The face of a happy little dog - in illusion knitting.
When you look directly at illusion knitting you only see narrow stripes. The image appears when you stand back and look from a distance.
You can use any yarn you want but the overall size may change. I used approximately 600 metres (660 yards) of Copper and 500 metres (550 yards) of Parchment Stylecraft Special DK.
You could make a smaller, square, blanket by omitting the plain areas at the top and bottom.
The pattern includes three different versions of the chart - one on a single page, another split into four sections and the third for use on hand-held devices.
Illusion knitting is very easy. It is like knitting stripes.