I am currently working on a series of designs using slip stitches in my own way. But this, my friends, is the project that started my fascination with slipstitching.
There are the hard ways to do colorwork, and then there are slipstitch patterns that make it look like you’re a knitting rockstar without the bother of stranding, dealing with floats, etc. Gradate your yarn colors to make it even more impressive.
This baby blanket is for my youngest nephew, and I absolutely loved this pattern. The simplicity is cloaked in the awesome results. To be honest, I got very bored halfway through because it is so easy.
Stay tuned for my own slipstitch designs, coming soon. I’m on a roll! And if you want to see what my nephew thought of his gift, check out my Instagram.
5 thoughts on “FO: Honeycomb Baby Blanket”
I’ve made this blanket with a palette of rainbow yarn 🙂 It turns out so cute and everyone DOES think you are a rock star for such a “complicated” design 😀
I love patterns that do the work for us! 🙂 I would love to see the rainbow version you did – I can imagine that would be really beautiful!
It’s gorgeous, I really love the look of these blankets and it’s good to hear they aren’t too tricky. 😊
It’s a free pattern too, so a great way to try the technique if you haven’t yet. 🙂
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