Blue Sea Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

This eye-catching Blue Sea Blanket Free Knitting Pattern is inspired by Japanese sashiko embroidery done with white thread on indigo-dyed fabric. The bold, graphic stitch pattern is based on the traditional seigaiha wave motif. This should be very approachable for any knitter who is familiar with two-color brioche knitting, because only one type of increase and decrease is used throughout the blanket to create the motif. The blanket is made with a super-bulky blue yarn and a worsted-weight white yarn, which creates an interesting variation of traditional two-color brioche without any added difficulty. It’s easy to make any of the blanket sizes longer by adding additional pattern repeats. But once you have completed this beauty, you will certainly fall in love with it. Thank Kimberly Kalnoki for sharing this beautiful free knitting pattern. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy knitting.

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Blue Sea Blanket