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The next generation of chevron blankets starts with Blue Sky Cotton. Loosely spun into a uniquely cozy cotton, this is one of our very favorite baby blanket yarns. For delicate skin, it's non-allergenic cotton, and for busy parents, it's machine washable (yay!)

This is a pattern for a baby blanket, but I'm including it in the techniques board because it shows very nice instructions and details on how to put borders on a plain stockinette stitch blanket that will help prevent the dreaded stockinette edge curl.

While I've sworn myself off knitting blankets... this one is lovely. Fluffy Brioche Baby Blanket - Knitting Crochet Sewing Crafts Patterns and Ideas! - the purl bee

Whit's Knits: Four Corners Baby Blanket by the purl bee, via Flickr

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Super Easy Crib Blanket - the purl bee; You could switch in almost any weight of yarn for a bigger or smaller blanket.

The Chevron Baby Blanket in Merino uses a single strand of Super Soft Merino, rather than the original’s two strands of cotton. The chevron stitch combined with the chunky weight yarn creates a dense and toasty baby blanket, perfect for floor or stroller time! We also changed up the striping, playing this time with whimsical irregularity.

Two Purl Bee Classics, Now in Super Soft Merino

Forever Baby Blanket - the purl bee - such a pretty baby blanket, too bad all my friends are too young to have babies. Maybe in ten years or so.