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Blanket Knitting Kit and Pattern in Sirdar Yarn (10118)

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Blanket Knitting Kit and Pattern in Sirdar Yarn (10118)
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You will not want to ever leave with this super snuggly blanket using Sirdar Alpine. This soft to the touch yarn contains a 100% polyester blend and if perfect for soft toys, garments and accessories. 

Level: Beginner

Size: Width - 100cm (39.5in) | Length - 180cm (71in) 

This knitting kit contains:

  • 18 x Sirdar Alpine - Fawn (0411)
  • 1 x Digital Patter

For this kit you need the following:
10mm knitting needle



  • Yarn weight: Super Chunky (Fashion)

  • Length: 33m | 36yds

  • Needle Size: 1 pair of 10mm (UK000 | US15) knitting needles

  • Ball weight: 50g | 1.7oz

  • Tension: 17 sts and 24 rows to 20cm using 10mm knitting needle

  • Fibre: 100% Polyester

  • Care Instructions: 40°C - Very Mild Wash, Do not Bleach, Do not Iron, Do not Tumble Dry, PCE Dry Clean - Gentle

  • Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern

  • Garment: Blanket

  • Pattern For: Home Accessories

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Catherine M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
So soft!

I've just finished this and my daughter loves it, she's asked me to knit her matching cushions and a hot water bottle! It's so soft. The hardest part was casting on, I could hardly see the stitches as the wool is very fluffy. Once I'd got past the first few rows it was straightforward. I found it was easier knitting with circular needles as it got heavy quite quickly. I think it would have struggles to stay on 35mm straight ones all the way through.