A blanket of concentric squishy squares, Like A Honeycomb is simple, homey, and versatile. Inspired in part by the mitered shaping in Elizabeth Zimmerman’s Baby Surprise Jacket, I knit it as a baby blanket, but of course now that it’s done, it looks good everywhere, and will in all likelihood how to teach a baby to talk video tutorials just as much time on various household laps as wrapped around a baby. Size US 9 circular needles, ranging increasingly length from 20-in to 50-in. The blanket is worked entirely in the round, increasing at four points outward to form a giant square.
C2F: Knit into front of second stitch on needle, knit into first stitch, slip both stitches off the needle. C2B: Knit into back of second stitch on needle, knit into first stitch, slip both stitches off the needle. 4x, knit to end of round. 116 stitches on the needles, changing to a circular needle when you’re ready. IN THIS SECTION, MAKE DOUBLY SURE TO KEEP THE MARKERS IN PLACE, AND DO NOT WORK THE FIRST STITCH AFTER THE MARKER INTO THE CABLE PATTERN.
WORK THAT STITCH IN STOCKINETTE, AND WORK INCREASED STITCHES IN STOCKINETTE UNTIL YOU HAVE ENOUGH TO INCORPORATE THEM INTO THE CABLE PATTERN. Work stockinette section until there are 340 stitches on the needles. Work garter section until there are 380 stitches on the needles. Work stockinette section until there are 412 stitches on the needles. Work honeycomb section until there are 444 stitches on the needles. Work stockinette section until there are 452 stitches on the needles.
Work garter section until there are 548 stitches on the needles. I was wondering if you could knit this it flat instead of in the round. What does the m1 stand for? It means “make one”–you pick up the bar between stitches and create a new stitchthere are good instructions online, I’m sorry, I’m not able to explain it well. I noticed the Alpaca Silk is DK weight. My gauge is all messed up, not sure what the problem is. Is there a way to use a circular needle or some other way to start?