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Irvington Blanket
Pattern Number: 90028AD
Rating: *****
4.9 (based on 7 reviews)
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Irvington Blanket Reviewed by Caters on 2014-10-11 ****
I would consider this intermediate because of the lace. However with KFB I might consider it beginner.

Irvington Blanket Reviewed by JessicaJean on 2014-10-12 *****
How about adding directions for working it as a rectangle? It's not hard to do; I've done a queen-sized bed version from the same directions - just not keeping track of the maximum number of stitches on the needle.

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Reviewed by frankicoulthread on 2011-08-27 *****
This is a lovely pattern, I've started to knit some stripes into it, every 12 rows one colour, 6 rows another colour and so on, it looks fab and it's so easy to do. Great for a beginner!

Irvington Blanket Reviewed by Nancy Andrus on 2009-07-11 *****
Love the easy pattern with great edging and especially the soft texture of Cotton Ease Yarn. Hope there will be new colors in the future. A great pattern to take on a trip where you don't have to look at directions every row!

Irvington Blanket Reviewed by lisa story on 2009-06-30 *****
I'm making this now for my neighbor's new baby and it's coming along nicely. The eyelet border is a nice detail. I'm making it in Lime and I'm going to crochet daisies to embellish it. I also used 5 skeins instead of 4 to make it a bit bigger- just knit the increase rows with 2 1/2 skeins and then the decrease rows with what's left- don't worry about stitch count.

Irvington Blanket Reviewed by Kathleen Tutak on 2009-04-25 *****
I am a brand new knitter. I made this for a teacher in my building. It was so easy to make. I enjoyed working on it the entire time. It was the first "real" project. Looking to make another soon and then move on to some other new projects. Your directions, projects and especially your wool are great for me "the beginner".

Irvington Blanket Reviewed by Diane Kontoff on 2009-04-18 *****
I knit this blanket, but got the directions fron Jo-Ann fabrics.. that one goes up to 207 stitches! Wish i saw this version earler.. The one I did took the longest time and it was getting boring!! Have to say, it did come nicely!! The next one I do will be this version with only 160 stitches!!
Chicopee, MA

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