The Lantern Throw is the very definition of “comfort knit.” With big, beautiful cables in plump Be Wool, it’s a cozy throw to curl up under that will look and feel at home in any room.
Color copy of pattern Universal Yarn Be Wool (60% acrylic, 40% wool; 200g/94 yds) • 105 Yoghurt – 10 balls
Lantern Throw Designed by Rachel Brockman
PATTERN NOTES This blanket is knit flat from the bottom up. The pattern is written and charted.
Note that the sample uses nearly all of 10 balls of yarn. Take care to ensure your gauge is accurate to avoid running out of yarn. You may also need to unravel your swatch to ensure you do not run out of yarn.
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Width: 51” Length: 56”
NOT INCLUDED Needles: US Size 17 (12 mm) 40” circular (to accommodate large number of sts) or size needed to obtain gauge US Size 15 (10 mm) 40” circular (to accommodate large number of sts) Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers, cable needle (note: we recommend using a double-pointed needle instead of a traditional cable needle due to the large sizes of the stitches)
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