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Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket
Pattern Number: 10537AD
Rating: *****
4.7 (based on 15 reviews)
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Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket Reviewed by Marcie on 2013-08-20 **
I knitted this and it was extremely time consuming with all of the seed stitch and didn't even come out looking that nice. If I try this again I will probably just do a garter stitch to speed it up.

Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket Reviewed by Michelle Ryan on 2013-08-05 *****
I've made several of these for gifts. I like this pattern for three reasons:

1) It's easy. I made my first one at a time when I basically knew how to knit, purl, cast on and bind off.

2)You get an attractive end-product that I had no problem presenting to an expectant mother whom I knew would be receiving many other pretty items.

3) The yarn suggested is a very affordable choice. Over the past several years, a Pound of Love can be purchased for $7-$10. It seems like everyone is on a budget these days. For me, it was great while I was in college/grad school.

Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket Reviewed by kiyomi yim on 2013-04-06 *****
Simple enough pattern that I can watch tv at the same time and not worry about forgetting where I am in the pattern. :)

But I am surprised how thick and heavy it came out using two strands together -- it feels too heavy for a baby blanket. I think I'll make another one with a single strand and see how that comes out.

Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket by Lorita Reviewed by Lorita Davis on 2013-03-08 *****
I made this rich looking blankie for a baby shower. I used a circular size 11 needles but omitted the hood. The recommended yarn was used but I separated the one large ball of yarn into 2. Then placed each ball in a large ziplock bag to avoid tangles. The color blue was used for the blanket's body and I made a separate preemie beanie w/bear ears. I incorporated 1 other shade of blue in the top and bottom borders and around the bear ears, I added a bumpy look using the reversed crochet stitch. Everyone at the shower thought the set was soooo adorable. Thx Lionbrand for such a lovely, quick and easy pattern:-)

Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket Reviewed by Vivian Y on 2012-11-01 ****
I enjoyed making this pattern. It came out great in the off white. I agree with another review that it is much easier on the circular needles. I started the hood but i didn't care for it. I took the extra yarn and made a hat and booties from another pound of love pattern.

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Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket Reviewed by Kimberly A Rexroat on 2011-10-19 *****
This pattern is a dream to knit! I am thinking about making a larger one without the hood for me! I did split the yarn into 2 skeins before starting as suggested by a fellow knitter who ran into tangles when she made one without first splitting it.

Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket Reviewed by Nancy Linendoll on 2011-07-24 *****
I received a text from my sister-in-law at 11:45 PM one night showing this as her latest project. Loved it and HER suggestion. As a novice knitter I knew I could complete this pattern so I am on my way to purchase the yarn!!! Thanks LION BRAND.

Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket Reviewed by Angel O. on 2011-03-27 *****
I had a blast making this for my nephew! Circular needles worked perfectly. I also used two colors held together (light blue/light green) instead of two strands of the same color. I'm recommending this site and this pattern specifically to all my craft-loving friends!

Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket Reviewed by Jacqueline Ernst on 2011-01-02 *****
Love this pattern - I was able to whip this up in just a few hours. I finished it off with a row of single crochet around the edge.
I think I'll be making a few more for other people's babies - this one's for mine.
Totally agree - circular needles are a must - I did mine with green and white for a more variegated look.

Hooded Seed Stitch Baby Blanket Reviewed by kara farkas on 2010-11-30 *****
i made one of these for my coworkers...he and his wife loved it! i even had enough yarn left over to crochet a pair of booties to match it. i would recommend working this piece on circular needles was a tight squeeze on straight ones. great piece!

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