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Knit Heart Squares Baby Blanket Pattern

We think this Knit Heart Squares Baby Blanket is the sweetest ever! Who do you have in mind to make this stunner for?

This Knit Heart Squares Baby Blanket Pattern has such a wonderfully soft look and would perfectly adorn any nursery! You can personalize it with different colors and make it for that special little someone!

Peach Unicorn is especially good at making knit and crochet blankets. We have recently featured her Cancer Support Crochet Blanket Pattern and today we are featuring her knitted version.

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Heart Squares Baby Blanket Materials

  • Bernat Softee Baby Yarn – weight 3 – 140g balls
  • 104g – Lemon #02003
  • 104g – Mint #02004
  • 104g – Pale Blue #02002
  • 104g – Pink #02001
  • 104g – Soft Lilac #30185
  • 102g – White #02000
  • 4.00mm Knitting Needles (UK 8) (US 6)

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Heart Squares Baby Blanket Special Stitches

  • Knit
  • Purl
  • Make Bobble – Step-by-Step in the pattern (and video below!)

In this pattern, you’ll need to know how to make a knit bobble stitch. See the video below that we’ve included to learn how to make this stitch if you’ve never done one before.

Knit Bobble Stitch Video Tutorial

In the video above Studio Knit shows you how to make a knit bobble stitch. It’s a simple enough stitch for an advanced beginner so don’t be intimated. Click play above to watch the step-by-step now ^

We couldn’t resist sharing this You Are My Sunshine Blanket from the same designer with you. This is just one of many amazing Knitting Patterns you will find on her Etsy Shop. Check them all out here

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To get the full pattern for this gorgeous blanket, you can head over to Peach Unicorn’s Etsy page here. You can also take a look at the crochet version by the same designer below.

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The blanket above is almost identical to the knitted version only it is crochet! As we mentioned earlier, this pattern has been made for Cancer Research.You can find this lovely pattern in our post here

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