it’s safe to say that we’ve been obsessed with this season’s mint and lemonade color combinations. it’s been popping up everywhere, and we’re SMITTEN! so much so, that for the last few days, we put all other projects on hold, picked up our needles, and started to knit a mint lemonade blanket in moo cotton that baby can use in warmer weather.
update 5/2: here’s the photo of the baby, taking the blanket for a test drive . . . he decided to wrap himself up in it like a spring roll
here’s what we did . . . . so quick & simple, it almost doesn’t need an explanation!
mint lemonade baby blanket
- Moo Cotton by Jones & Vandermeer (20% milk fiber/80% cotton; 125 g/285 yds per ball): 3 balls total (1 ball each of Chickadee Yellow, Seashore Green, and Heathered Grey)
finished size approximately 35 x 35″ square
gauge 16 sts and 21 rows = 4” in stockinette
With Chickadee Yellow, CO 142 sts using long-tail method
Row 1 (RS): K all
Row 2 (WS): K all
Rows 3-62: K all (you’re knitting 62 rows in one colour before switching to the next)
Row 63 (RS): With Seashore Green, K all
Rows 64-124: K all
Row 125 (RS): With Heathered Grey, K all
Rows 126-186: K all
BO all sts. Weave in loose ends.
2 thoughts on “mint lemonade, anyone?”
I am loving the mint and lemonade combination. In fact I have seen it around a lot too. This baby blanket is looking lovely and I am sure would keep your little one rather snug too!