Sugarplums Blanket

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The classic cabled blanket gets a modern update with a simple, but elegant, lattice-like texture and lush garter stitch borders. To add additional charm, consider using your favorite tonal handpainted yarn. Worked flat in a worsted-weight yarn, the Sugarplums blanket comes in three useful sizes, from a modern carriage blanket to a lap throw and a full sized afghan. The blanket is also knit as one piece, making finishing a breeze. So grab your favorite cable needle and get ready to stay cozy all Winter long!

Finished, Blocked Sizes: Small (Medium, Large)
27¾ (42½, 56)” / 70.5 [108, 142] cm wide and 32¼ (47½, 63¼) / 82 [120, 160.5] cm long

Yarn:
–Worsted-weight yarn at approximately 200 yds [183 m] per 120 g [4.2 oz]: 700 (1700, 3000) yards / 640 [1555, 2743] m

–Sample shown is knit in Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage (100% merino; approximately 200 yds [183 m]/120g [4.2 oz]): “Rose,” 4 skeins for Small Size

Needles:
Size US 8 (5.0mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

Notions:
two markers; cable needle; yarn needle

Gauge:
18 stitches / 32 rows = 4” (10 cm) in garter stitch AFTER blocking
21 stitches / 28 rows = 4” (10 cm) in Cable Panel AFTER blocking

A Note about Payments:

Patterns are available as PDF downloads to purchase via Ravelry and pay for via Paypal; you’ll be able to download each file once payment is complete.  You do NOT need an account with either site to purchase any patterns. If you don’t have a Paypal account, you can use your credit card to pay without having a Paypal account.  If you use a Paypal account without funds in it and without an associated credit card, then Paypal will treat your payment as an electronic check.  Questions?  Use the “Contact” tab above to reach me!

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