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My friends, Mandy and John, are expecting their first child– a baby girl to be named Madalyn Rae who was scheduled to arrive on Feb. 17, 2012. Her appearance, while still forthcoming, gives me the perfect opportunity to knit this five-color baby afghan for her. Its vintage chevron design is all the rave and pleasing enough for new parents and new parents-to-be with discriminating taste. Notes for a baby boy’s afghan are included.
Madalyn Rae Baby Afghan*
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*Sorry, pattern is no longer available at this site. You may purchase this pattern at Craftsy.com for $1.99 USD.
DIFFICULTY Beginner to Advanced
YARN Loops and Threads Impeccable in Forest (A): 298 yds, Butterscotch (B): 54 yds, Lavender (C): 221 yds, Pumpkin (D): 114 yds, Soft Rose (E): 298 yds, or any worsted weight yarn.
GAUGE 18.5 sts and 17 rows = 4” (10 cm) in stockinette stitch on US 10.
NEEDLES US 10 (6mm)- 29-inch (74cm) or longer Circular Needle; Or any size to obtain gauge.
NOTIONS Row counter (optional), tapestry needle.
FINISHED SIZE Approximately 33” x 45” (84 cm x 114 cm).
For a baby boy’s afghan, replace colors C with Chocolate and E with Aqua. Blanket may be shortened or lengthened by changing the sequence repeats.