Pinwheel

Use as a baby blanket, lap blanket, or wrap. There are no seams to be sewn. When you’re done knitting the pinwheels and edges, you can move right into knitting the border without any fuss. At most, you’ll be knitting with four colors at once, so the intarsia bits aren’t too bad, fairly easy to manage. With all the small areas of color, it’s a great way to use up odd bits of yarn from your stash. Instructions included for making a larger blanket, and changing the gauge.

If you like this pattern, you might also like our other quilt-inspired blanket pattern, Amaryllis.

Yarn: Worsted weight, something fluffy and light, about 750 yards
Model: Reynolds Kitten and Brunswick Windmist.
Gauge: 10 stitches and 8.5 garter ridges to 4 inches.
Needles: US 13 (9 mm) circular needles, 20 or 24 inches, and 36 inches.
Crochet hooks: 10 stitches and 8.5 garter ridges to 4 inches.
Finished size: 44 x 31.5 inches
Notions: 3 stitch holders.
Difficulty:
Intermediate

Stitch instructions: Charted.

This pattern is listed on Ravelry.