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{FREE} BOUNDARIES : Fan & Feather Blanket Knitting Pattern

Get the FREE Blanket Knitting Pattern, plus a row-by-row tutorial video. This blanket uses the Fans & Feathers Knit Stitch. It’s an easy 4 row repeat.


FREE Blanket Knitting Patterns : Fan & Feather Stitch : Boundaries by Brome Fields


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:) About the Pattern:

  • Approximate time to knit: 3-4 hours per skein
  • Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
  • Knit Flat {Back & Forth}
  • Knit & purl stitches
  • Increase & decrease stitches
  • Slipped stitches

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:) Pattern:

  • Time it took me to knit: 10-12 hours
  • Gauge: 12 sts & 12 rows per 4” {10cm} square, this one was difficult to tell, but one section of the fan is about 4” and 1 section of the feather is about 4” wide
  • Weight: 1lb 5.5oz {610g}
  • Measurements: 27” {68cm} x 91”{231cm}
  • CO 76 STS
  • {To make it larger CO in increments of 18+4}
  • Row 1 (RS): WYIB S1PW, K73, WYIB S1PW, P1
  • Row 2 (WS): WYIB S1PW, P73, WYIF S1PW, P1
  • Row 3 (RS): WYIB S1PW, K1, [{K2TOG x3}, {YO, K1 x6}, {K2TOG x3} repeat 4 times], WYIB S1PW, P1
  • Row 4 (WS): WYIB S1PW, P73, WYIF S1PW, P1
  • Repeat Rows 1-4, 27 times or until desired length
  • Next row: *K*
  • Next Row: BO in all knit STS

:) Abbreviations:


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FREE Blanket Knitting Patterns : Fan & Feather Stitch : Boundaries by Brome Fields
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3 Responses

  1. monique99205
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    Thanks for getting back to me! I think I will make this as you wrote it. And thanks for the edit.

  2. monique99205
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    I love this stitch and want to make a blanket but I just have a couple questions.

    You recc a cast on of 76 stitches, what size blanket is this for and if I want to make a larger blanket how many should I cast on?

    I looked at other Feather and Fan afghans and most everyone knits row 4 but you have us pearling that row, is this correct?

    Thanks for this pattern, it is beautiful and I don’t even like gold/yellows!

    • Jennifer
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      You’re very welcome, I’m so glad that you like it :) This is one of my favorite stitches! I added the dimensions to the pattern, thank you for catching that! And I added the increments to make it larger, if you like. This particular fan and feather stitch doesn’t have a ridge in it, some patterns do though. I like the ridge too, I made a washcloth with it. I was surprise at how flat this lays without the ridge. Feel free to make it with the purl row to add a ridge to it if you like, it’s your blanket :)

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