10-Stitch Blanket – Easy FREE Pattern

10-Stitch Blanket

10-Stitch-BlanketThe original 10-Stitch Blanket which is definitely a modern work of art by Frankie Brown . It’s a Free knitting pattern available on Ravelry .

There is now a Free conversion pattern by Charity Windham also on Ravelry for us loom knitters. I am really liking this one. Made on any size loom, no seams to sew, no size limit. This pattern is a “Must Do”.

Let me give you a cherry to put on top, Charity made a YouTube video. It’s impossible to say no to this terrific project.

[ Image Credit : Frankie Brown ]

10-Stitch BlanketFREE Loom Knit Pattern

The loom knitting 10-Stitch Blanket pattern is a 7-page downloadable PDF. Has easy to follow instructions and good pictures.

To make this baby you will need a loom with 10 pegs. The shape nor the gauge matter. However, Charity does caution on using a loom that is 24-pegs or smaller if you’re making a baby blanket or any larger project. I can image things getting hard to manage as the knitting gets longer.

Charity went one step further with this project and created a video. Although the project is pretty simple making it the first time can be awkward. Watching the expert doing her stuff makes it way easier. For the FREE Pattern: Click Here

[ Image Credit: Charity Windham ]

10-Stitch Blanket Loom Knitting Video (Original – See Updated Below)

Below is the Video by Charity Windham. I recommend watching it in its entirety before taking on the task of making the blanket. This will give you a better sense of security so you can tackle the project without hesitation.

Updated Video

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One More Very Important Piece of Information about this Project

The 10-Stitch Blanket pattern is being provided for Free because Frankie Brown is asking that you give to her fundraising efforts to help the Children’s Liver Disease Foundation.

10-Stitch Blanket

 

Please consider stopping by and donating to her beautiful cause. If donating is not possible for you right now than Here is something that is worth lots of dollars but YOU CAN DO THIS FOR FREE

 

 

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Comments: 11

  1. Ashley Perry June 8, 2014 at 5:14 pm Reply

    Is anybody else having trouble with Ravelry’s website? I’m trying to look up the ten stitch twist blanket but everytime I go to Ravelry it keeps telling me an error occured. It’s been like that for two days so not sure what’s wrong with the site. I’m already a member but can’t even see the webpage at all.

    • Denise Canela June 9, 2014 at 11:55 am Reply

      Ashley, I’ve tried all the links on this page and they all work for me. Try loging in to Ravelry first – don’t log out – try the links. Everything should work fine.
      denise

  2. Nancy Taylor May 4, 2014 at 7:40 pm Reply

    is there a chart that would be helpful in figuring out how much yarn it takes to make one of these blankets? I am interested in making a baby blanket to begin with and go from there…I would hate to run out before I get one finished!! thanks~~

    • Denise Canela June 9, 2014 at 12:57 pm Reply

      Hi Nancy, sorry for the delay – I thought I had replied to this. So here is the issue – I would tell you that what has made this pattern so popular, aside from being absolutely beautiful – is that each person is going to use what ever loom and yarn they have on hand.
      I recommend that you make a swatch about 5 inches- figure out how much yarn it took you to make the swatch – figure out low long you’re going to want to make the item and then do the math by inches or what ever method of measurement you use.
      Example: the 5 inch swatch took 2 yards of yarn and you want a 20 inch blanket (just for example purpose ) so 5 goes into 20 (20*5=4) , 4 times (4×2=8) so you need 8 yards.
      Hope that helped,
      denise

  3. Eve February 23, 2014 at 3:42 pm Reply

    I can’t get the pattern for the 10 stich blanket, would love to have it. i already get the newsletter. please help. thank u.

  4. Sarah Bell January 24, 2014 at 12:05 pm Reply

    Dear Charity,
    I love the patterns of the Ten stich Blanket, although i had some trouble trying to figure out how you add a different color yarn to the next part after the corners and in general. If you could please send me some claraification on that it would be greatly appreciated.
    Warm regards,
    sarah Bell

    • Denise Canela January 24, 2014 at 7:31 pm Reply

      Hi Sarah – I shared Charity’s pattern here on this site – but I’m not Charity. She is on Ravelry and you can contact her there. Click her name on the top of this page (it’s in red).
      denise

  5. Raelyn September 18, 2013 at 12:43 am Reply

    I think I posted my previous comment on the wrong page. I meant to post it on the baby bootie page.

  6. Raelyn September 18, 2013 at 12:42 am Reply

    I love your tutorial for baby booties. I just wish you would make a tutorial showing how you decorated the finished baby booties. I’m new to loom knitting, and have no idea how to decorate them.

    • Denise Cenela September 18, 2013 at 10:13 pm Reply

      Sounds like an awesome idea for an article. I believe I will roll with that one very soon ! Stay tuned.

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