Fritz’s Baby Blanket

As promised, I’m finally getting around to posting a “Finished Project” update. I finished this right before we left on vacation in September, and then just forgot about posting.

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Project Details:

Pattern: Quill, by Jared Flood

Yarn:  Frolicking Feet sock yarn, Sapphire Blue

Needles: 3.75mm

Started: 4/29/16

Finished: 9/6/16

For: my grandnephew Fritz

Modifications: none

What I Learned: Babies sometimes get born early. Starting knitting now.

This was a well done pattern, instructions clear and straightforward. This would be pretty in a lace weight yarn as well.

And more photos.

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In other news, for some reason I’ve started to get blog comments emailed to me, at least sometimes. We’ll see.

Comments

Fritz’s Baby Blanket — 6 Comments

  1. Lovely blanket and thanks for posting the details. It seems just about the perfect pattern for such a project: big enough to be of use, enough detail for a change from the mindless knitting portion and a pretty solid centre for warmth

  2. I do have a question – this is so amazingly beautiful all blocked out. But what happens when it gets washed? Does it need reblocking? I’ve always been hesitant to gift something like this to a new baby because I’m afraid the beauty will only last until the first washing.