Safe at Home blanket
A colorful blanket reflecting the current reality that we are safest at home with our family. Work it as shown or from your own stash of yarn leftovers.
This stash-busting blanket is worked in garter stitch strips then sewn together. The border is added by picking up and knitting along the completed blanket edges.
You will need 270 yards of each of 12 colors, and an extra 180 yards of the color used for the border.
You will be using intarsia, color striping, and pick up and knit.
Errata: The v2 version of the pattern has a mistake in the color chart for the ground floor (GF). The window positions are 1 stitch off and should be aligned with the top of the door.
Join a KAL for this blanket: search for "KAL Safe at Home blanket" on facebook or signup for my Rav group "Knitwit - Designs by Margaret Holzmann"
based on 30 reviews over the last year
The pattern was a lovely design and very simple once I had made sense of it. Maybe this is the way American knitting patterns are designed but to me it was a jumble that had to be untangled