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How To Make a Bernat alize EZ Seed Stitch Blanket

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How To Make a Bernat alize EZ Seed Stitch Blanket

By Bernat

ITEM # 22017376P3
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Crafting Time:
Varies
Skill Level:
Beginner

DESCRIPTION +

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Bernat® Alize® Blanket-EZ™: Dark Gray, 5 balls

MEASUREMENTS: Approx 51" x 56" [129.5 x 142 cm]

DIRECTIONS:

Notes:
Right side of project is facing at all times.
“Working yarn" is held behind stitches throughout work.
Loops from working yarn are always pulled through stitches from back to front of work.
Count 63 loops for foundation row (noting yarn end is at far right and all loops are facing upwards).
See the image for reference. To print the image, click on the "Download Project PDF" button (above).

1st row: Working from left to right, pull the 64th loop (from ‘working yarn’) up through 63rd loop (last loop of foundation row) from behind to create a knit stitch. *Move working yarn to front of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from front to back to create a “purl" stitch. Move working yarn to back of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from back to front to create a knit stitch.
Repeat from * across to end of row. Do not turn work. 63 stitches in row.
2nd row: Working from right to left, with working yarn in front, pull next loop from working yarn towards back through last stitch worked on previous row. *Move working yarn to back of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from back to front to create a knit stitch. Move working yarn to front of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from front to back to create a “purl" stitch.
Repeat from * across to end of row. Do not turn work.
3rd row: Working from left to right, with working yarn in back, pull next loop from working yarn towards front through last stitch worked on previous row. *Move working yarn to front of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from front to back to create a “purl" stitch. Move working yarn to back of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from back to front to create a knit stitch.
Repeat from * across to end of row. Do not turn work.
Repeat 2nd and 3rd rows until work from beginning measures approximately 56" [142 cm].
Bind off row: Working in same direction as last row, pull 2nd stitch through first stitch. Pull 3rd stitch through 2nd stitch. Pull 4th stitch through 3rd stitch. Continue in this manner to end of row.
Cut last loop to create a yarn ‘tail’.
Tie to secure and weave in ends.

ABBREVIATIONS:
Approx = Approximately

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:


MEASUREMENTS: Approx 51" x 56" [129.5 x 142 cm]

DIRECTIONS:

Notes:
Right side of project is facing at all times.
“Working yarn" is held behind stitches throughout work.
Loops from working yarn are always pulled through stitches from back to front of work.
Count 63 loops for foundation row (noting yarn end is at far right and all loops are facing upwards).
See the image for reference. To print the image, click on the "Download Project PDF" button (above).

1st row: Working from left to right, pull the 64th loop (from ‘working yarn’) up through 63rd loop (last loop of foundation row) from behind to create a knit stitch. *Move working yarn to front of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from front to back to create a “purl" stitch. Move working yarn to back of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from back to front to create a knit stitch.
Repeat from * across to end of row. Do not turn work. 63 stitches in row.
2nd row: Working from right to left, with working yarn in front, pull next loop from working yarn towards back through last stitch worked on previous row. *Move working yarn to back of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from back to front to create a knit stitch. Move working yarn to front of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from front to back to create a “purl" stitch.
Repeat from * across to end of row. Do not turn work.
3rd row: Working from left to right, with working yarn in back, pull next loop from working yarn towards front through last stitch worked on previous row. *Move working yarn to front of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from front to back to create a “purl" stitch. Move working yarn to back of work.
Pull next loop from working yarn up through next loop of foundation row from back to front to create a knit stitch.
Repeat from * across to end of row. Do not turn work.
Repeat 2nd and 3rd rows until work from beginning measures approximately 56" [142 cm].
Bind off row: Working in same direction as last row, pull 2nd stitch through first stitch. Pull 3rd stitch through 2nd stitch. Pull 4th stitch through 3rd stitch. Continue in this manner to end of row.
Cut last loop to create a yarn ‘tail’.
Tie to secure and weave in ends.

ABBREVIATIONS:
Approx = Approximately