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Horseshoe Cable Blanket
Horseshoe Cable Blanket

Bernat Horseshoe Cable Blanket

Free Intermediate Blanket Knit Pattern

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Deep, horseshoe cables in a strong shade add a warm and inviting feel to your room. Shown in Bernat Blanket.

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Approx 54" x 61" [137 x 155 cm].

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Bernat Blanket Yarn 300g

This super cozy, super bulky chenille-style yarn is available in a range of stylish shades to compliment your home decor.

  • Economical big ball size
  • Content: 100% polyester
  • Ball Size: 300g / 10.5 oz, 201 meters / 220 yards
  • Care: Machine wash and dry
  • Gauge: 6 - Super Bulky
  • Knitting Gauge: 8 sts and 13 rows with a 8 mm (U.S. 11) knitting needle
  • Crochet Gauge: 7 sc and 8 rows with a 8 mm (U.S. L/11) crochet hook
  • Recommended for: Knit and crochet home decor projects
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    Single Size
    Approx 54" x 61" [137 x 155 cm].

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    I am working the horseshoe cable blanket pattern; I am stumped, I am at these 2 rows form ribbing between cable panels. Cable panels are now in position. Cont. in pat for 57". Do I now knit row 3 of the cable panel across 112 sts?

    Asked by: Sue B
    Hi. I have sent you an email with some additional info for this pattern. Hope this helps.
    Answered by: Yarnspirations Team
    Date published: 2017-11-19

    thanks for the help! but im now confused on something else. after the first two rows of the cable panel i dont know what to do. how do i do rows 3-12 of the cable panel? and do i just repeat that until its 57" and end on the 9th cable panel row?

    Asked by: kt20
    Hi. I have some additional information on how the cable panel rows are worked. They are below, I will also send them to you in an email. Proceed in pat as follows: 1st row: (RS). K2. [Work 1st row Cable Panel. P2. (K2. P2) 4 times] twice. Work 1st row Cable Panel. K2. 2nd row: K2. [Work 2nd row Cable Panel. K2. (P2. K2) 4 times] twice. Work 2nd row Cable Panel. K2. These 2 rows form ribbing between Cable Panels. Cable Panels are now in position. Continue working in the following manner to work the cable panels. 3rd row: (RS). K2. [Work 3rd row Cable Panel. P2. (K2. P2) 4 times] twice. Work 3rd row Cable Panel. K2. 4th row: K2. [Work 4th row Cable Panel. K2. (P2. K2) 4 times] twice. Work 4th row Cable Panel. K2. 5th row: (RS). K2. [Work 5th row Cable Panel. P2. (K2. P2) 4 times] twice. Work 5th row Cable Panel. K2. 6th row: K2. [Work 6th row Cable Panel. K2. (P2. K2) 4 times] twice. Work 6th row Cable Panel. K2. 7th row: (RS). K2. [Work 7th row Cable Panel. P2. (K2. P2) 4 times] twice. Work 7th row Cable Panel. K2. 8th row: K2. [Work 8th row Cable Panel. K2. (P2. K2) 4 times] twice. Work 8th row Cable Panel. K2. 9th row: (RS). K2. [Work 9th row Cable Panel. P2. (K2. P2) 4 times] twice. Work 9th row Cable Panel. K2. 10th row: K2. [Work 10th row Cable Panel. K2. (P2. K2) 4 times] twice. Work 10th row Cable Panel. K2. 11th row: (RS). K2. [Work 11th row Cable Panel. P2. (K2. P2) 4 times] twice. Work 11th row Cable Panel. K2. 12th row: K2. [Work 12th row Cable Panel. K2. (P2. K2) 4 times] twice. Work 12th row Cable Panel. K2. Cont in pat for 57" [144.5 cm] total length, ending on a 9th row of Cable Panel.
    Answered by: Yarnspirations Team
    Date published: 2018-01-14

    After the 4" ribbing what exactly do the directions say? All of the abbreviations are confusing. Does "rib across 8 sts" mean start knit purl? And is it 2x2 or 1x1 ribbing? Or is it purl knit? I'm very confused. 

    Asked by: kt20
    Hi. The first 4" of the blanket is worked in a K2. P2. ribbing. When you start the first row of the pattern you need to increases some sts so that the cable pattern will fit with the number of sts. Many people are confused by the M1, it is an increases st and is worked as follows: M1 = Make 1 stitch by picking up horizontal loop lying before next stitch and knitting into back of loop. In the next row you will work the K2. P2. ribbing as well as increasing a stitch whenever the pattern reads M1. Next row: (WS). K2. (Rib across 8 sts. M1) twice. Rib across 26 sts. (M1. Rib across 8 sts) twice. Rib across 26 sts. (M1. Rib across 8 sts) twice. Rib to last 2 sts. K2. 112 sts. Hope this helps, good luck.
    Answered by: Yarnspirations Team
    Date published: 2017-11-19
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