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4.666666 out of 5 stars

Really Reversible Bath Mat, Baby Blanket & Afghan


Designer: Kathy Cairns Hendershott
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 18" x 22", 26" x 34", 42" x 58"
Yarn Lines: Dishie Yarn
Yardage: 610 - 3400
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 10.5 (6.5mm): 24"-36" circular needles
Fiber Type: Cotton & Blends
Weight: Worsted/Hvy Worsted

A new Really Reversible Pattern in three sizes! Quick to knit using two strands of worsted weight - totally machine washable and dryable! Choose your size: regular, large, or X-large.

For bath mats, use the regular or large sizes - choose a 100% cotton yarn.
For a baby blanket, use the large size - Try;Brava worsted or Bulky.
For an afghan, use the X-large size - Try with Brava worsted or Bulky.

Approximate sizes (before washing & drying) using two strands of Dishie:
Regular - 18 inches x 22 inches
Large - 26 inches x 34 inches
X-Large - 42 inches x 58 inches

NOTE - Pattern includes instructions on estimating yardage for other yarns. Pattern also includes estimates for bulky weight yarn, the kit builder below shows worsted weight estimates.

Really Reversible Bath Mat, Baby Blanket & Afghan Pattern (Paid Download)
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5 out of 5 stars

I simply love this pattern. In 2016 I knitted 2 of the x-large blankets for gifts. It took me from Memorial Day - Thanksgiving to finish them both but they are works of art (if I do say so myself!). The pattern is clearly written and once we get into the flow of it is very easy to follow. I agree with another reviewer that it did take me few tries "to get it" as well but end result was well worth the initial frustration. I am now using the pattern to knit the baby blanket as a gift. Love this pattern.

5 out of 5 stars

On row 29, the row should end with K 1 not P 1. I am on my third blanket and just love the pattern.

4 out of 5 stars

I love this pattern. I am in the middle of my second one to be donated to a local group of Carmelite Nuns. The pattern is challenging and took me a long time "to get it" but the second one is going much faster (did 3 x 3 repeats). Stick to solids for this pattern and kind of tecture or color gradations make the knit purl patterns harder to see.