Stockinette stitch blanket

Stockinette stitch blanket DEFAULT

If you’ve been wanting to find an easy blanket knitting pattern to knit, you’ve come to the right place. The Easy Stockinette Stitch Blanket Free Knitting Pattern is an easy project that is suitable for beginners. It’s ideal for new knitters but others who are more advanced will like it too as it’s an easy one to do while watching tv or chatting with friends. A soft and squishy small knit throw blanket that works up quickly and is beautiful too. The neutral colour will make sure it goes with everything and will be a go to, everyday blanket for baby. it is perfect for homemade baby shower gifts down the line. Thanks below designers for sharing free patterns. The link for the pattern is provided below photo. Happy Knitting!

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Beginners Stockinette Knitted Baby Blanket Pattern with Seed Stitch Border

Beginners Stockinette Knitted Baby Blanket Pattern with Seed Stitch Border

I found this stockinette knitted baby blanket pattern with a border that's done in the seed stitch while searching for an easy project that is suitable for beginners. It's ideal for new knitters but others who are more advanced will like it too as it's an easy one to do while watching tv or chatting with friends.

The pattern is downloadable for free so available straight away. Click HERE to get it!

The only stitches that are required in order to complete this project are the knit and purl stitches. The pattern is done using 5mm circular knitting needles.

The Yarn recommended is either Aran or Worsted superfine Merino.In 50g balls you'd need about 8 or 9 depending on your knitting.

This blanket is almost a square and measures 83cm by 86cm. As it's not an item that is fitted like a garment you don't need to worry about the gauge.

As stocking stitch can often curl up at the edges this designer has cleverly added a seed stitch border all the way around so it lies nice and flat. If you have not heard of seed stitch yet, don't worry as all it involves is knitting one stitch and then purling one stitch and repeating that for the row. Then on the next row, you start with a purl one first then knit one. This means that you get little bumps or seeds formed.

Knitting Stitch markers are used to define the point at which your seed stitch border is separated from the main stocking stitch.

As a bigger project for a new knitter this pattern is ideal as it does not include any difficult stitches. To do it, only knit and purl stitches are needed. It would make an ideal gift for a new baby in the family, as a small knee rug blanket for the elderly or just a blanket to have handy for those chilly evenings while watching tv.

I just love the way the designer has added the simple seed stitch border which not only stops the curling problem but also adds texture to the overall effect!
Stockinette Stitch for Beginners - Learn to Knit

Cuddly Quick Knit Throw Blanket Pattern

Sometimes you just want to make a beautiful, cuddly knit blanket that doesn’t take a whole lot of brain power or time.  This super easy knit blanket works up VERY quickly and it’s really soft as well which I love.  The inspiration for this blanket came from some throws that I saw last season at Anthropologie, only their blankets included brighter colors (and of course weren’t as special because they weren’t hand made – lol). I used two completely different yarns for this knit throw design and I love how it creates a really squishy and interesting texture. It also goes to show that if you’ve got various yarns of the same weight, it’s possible to put them together and create something pretty. 

Who else ends up with several partial skeins after the holidays? You can take all of those super bulky yarns and easily knit a blanket similar to this.  Some of you saw that I just re-organized my yarn room (here) so I don’t have as many partial skeins as I did a few weeks ago, but I still have plenty of yarn that could use a stash buster project.  As usual, you can scroll down to see the free pattern below or you may choose to purchase the kit from Lion Brand Yarn here or the ad-free printable PDF version from my Etsy shop here.

The photo below of Pikes Peak from my back deck is a bit of a color inspiration for this blanket. The fluffy clouds with the white, creams and blues. I didn’t capture the leafless tan and white aspen trees that also are part of the landscape.  Winter time is so beautiful and we can get some amazing inspiration from nature and the colors that we see outdoors and in our environment.  Even if you live in the city there are colors working together everywhere you look.  Fun, right?

For this throw, you’ll only need to know how to knit and purl which are the most basic knit stitches. If you still haven’t learned to knit, you can EASILY learn (see my tutorials here and here.)Once you have those two stitches down, come back to make this pattern. 🙂

Blankets make great beginner knitting patterns because they are most often just plain old rectangles.  You can use the most basic of stitches to create something really useful for you or your friends.  One of my very first knitting projects was a knit blanket for my daughter, (The Native Stripes Knit Blanket here) which took FOR-EV-ER to make. I was a slower knitter back then and let’s be honest, blankets are rather big projects. However, if you’re looking for a quick blanket, this Cuddly Quick Knit Throw is a great option as it works up very quickly. I’d say someone with experience can get this done in a week with no problem.  The large needles create the trendy big stitches and also lend to a beautiful drape. This isn’t a big throw blanket my friends! It’s more like a lapghan size and this is also why it works up so quickly.  It’s perfect for a small chair, ottoman or to simply toss over your legs on a chilly night. I prefer this smaller sized throw blanket to a regular afghan size myself.

So let’s get to this super easy pattern! (Free pattern below or printable version available in my Etsy shop here)

Throw Blanket Pattern Description: A soft and squishy small knit throw blanket that works up quickly and is beautiful too! The ultimate cuddly knit blanket.

Skill Level: Easy +


US Size 19, 15 mm 29” circular knitting needles

3 skeins Lion Brand Homespun Thick & Quick Yarn in Granite Stripes 227 g/skein

2 skeins Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick Yarn in Fisherman 170 g/skein (Pattern uses approximately 670 g)


Tapestry Needle to weave in ends

You can also now find the kit available from Lion Brand HERE!

Gauge: Not important for this pattern

Dimensions (approximate):

Approximately 51” X 32”


k – knit

p – purl

Notes: You will begin this simple rectangular throw blanket by casting on and working the long edge.  Simple color changes are made throughout the pattern. The Homespun Granite Stripes has various colors within the yarn.  When you reach a cream colored section in your Homespun yarn, you might choose to wind that yarn and save it for a different project as it closely matches the Fisherman and the striping will not show up as boldly.  The ends and edges of the blanket are knit in the garter stitch and the center body of the blanket is in stockinette.  If you know how to knit and purl, this will be a breeze!

* The right side refers to the side with stockinette stitch.

Cuddly Quick Knit Throw Blanket Pattern Instructions

Beginning Garter Edge

With Homespun Yarn, Cast On 71 Stitches

Row 1 Knit across row (71)

Repeat row 1 (working in garter stitch) until piece measures 3 ½”

Next you will move onto the stockinette section of the pattern

Stockinette Section

Change yarn to Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Fisherman

Row 1 K5, purl each stitch across to last 5 stitches, k5 (71)

Row 2 Knit each stitch across row (71)

Row 3-6 Repeat rows 1 &2 working in stockinette stitch (71 stitches in each row)

Change color to Homespun Granite Stripes

Row 7 K5, purl each stitch across to last 5 stitches, k5 (71)

Row 8 Knit each stitch across row (71)

Row 9 – 16 Repeat rows 7 & 8 until *note: this “Homespun Granite” stripe should be approximately 3 1/2” ending on the right side which might be helpful if you have difficulty seeing or counting the rows

Next, you will repeat this entire Stockinette Section three more times.

Final Stockinette Section

Change yarn to Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Fisherman

Row 1 K5, purl each stitch across to last 5 stitches, k5 (71)

Row 2 Knit each stitch across row (71)

Row 3-6 Repeat rows 1 &2 working in stockinette stitch

Final Garter Edge

Change color to Homespun Granite Stripes

Row 1 Knit each stitch across row (71)

Repeat row 1 (working in garter stitch) until final garter edge measures 3 ½”

Cast off and weave in all ends.

That’s all there is to this simple knit throw blanket!

Feel free to be creative with extra yarn and add tassels or pom-poms to the edges of your blanket! You can also easily add fringe along two ends for a beautiful, boho look.

If you enjoy working with big needles and yarn you might also like to see my Endless Cables Knit Throw Blanket Pattern!  

Happy knitting to you my friends and I hope you liked this super simple little throw. 🙂



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Stockinette Knit Stitch Pattern texture in blue color yarn on knitting needle.

Jump to Knitting Pattern

The Stockinette Stitch is an easy knitting pattern that creates a smooth, classic texture. You simply alternate two types of knitting techniques.

Knitted flat, begin by knitting the right side and then purling the wrong. It’s even simpler in the round by knitting all stitches on all rows!

Get your free written pattern instructions with video tutorials below. You may also purchase my ad-free Knit Stitch Pattern Book in both hardcopy and e-book formats.

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

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HOW TO KNIT the Stockinette Stitch

Let’s take a close look at our Stockinette Stitch Pattern, seeing exactly how those knits and purls are knitted together to make this pretty, simple pattern. This 2-Row Repeat Knit Stitch Pattern is an easy-level project with this simple combination of knits and purls.

Make sure to watch my step-by-step knitting video tutorial further below in this post.

TWO-ROW REPEAT: The smooth texture is created by repeating these two easy-to-remember rows.

How to Begin: Cast On any number of stitches onto your knitting needle.



Row 1:Knit All Stitches. The first row is the right side of your work, which is the side that will be visible once it is knitted up.

Row 2:Purl All Stitches. The second row is knit from the wrong side of the work.

Row Repeats: Continue knitting Rows 1 and 2 until your work is the length you desire, then bind off your stitches and weave in your ends.



Row 1: Knit All Stitches.

Row 2:Knit All Stitches. It’s so easy to knit in the round on circular or double-pointed needles, since every row is simply the knit stitch.

Row Repeats: Knit all rows until your work is the length you desire, then bind off your stitches and weave in your ends.

Stockinette Knit Stitch Pattern in blue color yarn on needle with right and wrong sides of the swatch.

PRO TIPS TO HELP YOU KNIT the Stockinette Stitch

IS THE KNITTED STOCKINETTE STITCH REVERSIBLE? This is not a reversible pattern, meaning that each side of your work, the Right and Wrong sides, look different. You can see in the photo below that the right (or front) side has a smooth, classic knitted texture with its V-Stitches. The wrong (or back) side looks like little bumpy waves.

CHANGING YARN COLORS: I have a great trick on how to change yarn color when knitting stripes in the Stockinette pattern for you, too!

CURLING EDGES: Please note that side edges of the Stockinette Stitch tends to curl up. You will see in the video that I added the Garter Stitch on the first and last 2 stitches of each row to help it lie flat. Blocking your work is helpful, too.

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The Stockinette Stitch is an easy combination of simple Knit and Purl Stitches. Find my entire library of Knitting Techniques to help knit up this project.


Find the Stockinette Stitch on page 4 of my Knit Stitch Pattern Book. Get your free printable pattern further down in this post!

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Cast On Any Number of Stitches

  1. Row 1 (Right Side): Knit All
  2. Row 2 (Wrong Side): Purl All



Cast On Any Number of Stitches

  1. Row 1 (Right Side): Knit All
  2. Row 2: Knit All

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