A generously sized, plush wool blanket is one of my Winter staples and makes curling up on cold evenings that much sweeter. The softly woven cables and horizontal ridged texture of Talon’s stitch pattern combine to create a lush fabric that is perfect for snuggling under. The pattern includes instructions for a large throw or a baby blanket version.
- Approximately 1300 (2800) yards of worsted-weight wool yarn
- 10 (20) skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (100% American Targhee-Columbia Wool; 140 yards/50g)
- Photographed in Nest
*Note that the Large size used up virtually all of the 20th skein; you may wish to purchase one additional skein for safety (or work one less chart repeat if you are running short)
Please note: the stitch patterns in this garment are charted only.
- 5¼ stitches & 7 rows = 1″ over ridge & cable pattern; relaxed after blocking
- One 32″ circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge
- One 32” circular needle one size smaller than Gauge Needle
- Suggested Sizes: US 8 (5 mm) & US 7 (4½ mm)
- 37 (47)” wide; 42 (73)” long; measurements taken from relaxed fabric after blocking
- Baby Blanket (Large Throw)