Look at this amazing knitted blanket from a generous and talented Born to Knit supporter!
This beautiful blanket is made up of 16 different squares, each showcasing a different pattern and stitch. The effect is a knitting sampler blanket showing the diverse textures of knitting, and the knitters talent! What a fantastic effort!
Everyone at Born to Knit HQ were in awe of this gem, and we hope it inspires all our supporters out there to keep on knitting! We look forward to distributing this beautiful creation to a child in need.
We do ask knitters to use ‘plain knitting’ for squares, as it guarantees warmth and assists other volunteers who sew squares together. But this blanket demonstrates how different stitches can be decorative, and still warm and square.
If you are bored of plain knitting, and are ready for a challenge- why not attempt a sampler blanket such as this one?
We found a collection of knitting patterns here- check em out! http://www.knittingonthenet.com/stitches.htm
Are you knitting for Born to Knit and have some creative knitting? We’d love to see it! Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org