I am pleased to announce that my latest pattern has now been released on Ravelry.

The Adams’ Blanket

You can get it here.

I’m quite fond of fingering weight baby blankets. To me, they work perfectly as a light, breathable and delicate layer, but still warm enough to feel snug.

So when a dear friend told me she was expecting her first child, I instantly knew what I would be making. And this is it.

I’ve grown very fond of this stitch pattern in recent months, and I figured it was about time I used it for something meaningful.


  • 2 x fingering weight yarn of your choice (100g/ 400m)
  • 3.00mm 80cm Circular Knitting Needle
  • 1 x Darning Needle

Difficulty: Beginner

Skills Used:

  • Knit & Purl
  • Selvedge Edge


Gauge: 25 sts x 48 rows over 10cm x 10cm of garter stitch worked flat on 3.00mm needles before blocking.

Final Size:  63cm wide x 65cm high

Please share this with anyone you know who would like to make this.

And here is the Ravelry pattern link again for you.

Best wishes, Sam xox

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