Arrowhead Blanket Pattern

AKQGuy's picture
From AKQGuy

So, sorry, but I just didn't have it in me to write all these instructions out, but here is a charted pattern for the Arrow head blanket that I previously shared with you.

As for the chart, I couldn't get the round numbers legible despite all my playing with the image in the PDF document. So I've included the excel document as well for those of you who will be able to utilize it. That way you can hopefully see those numbers better or, just hand write them in.

Someday, I'll be better at this pattern thing. Until then, let me know if you see some huge blaring issues, and if you note, there is a copy write in the footer of the pattern. Thank you to all who have given me instructions for proper copy writing.

Edit: Sorry, it won't let me attach a spreadsheet from excel... If need be I can email it to you, just let me know your normal email addy. This is an Excel 2007 document.

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Comments

ILHIKER's picture

You're amazing, Quinton.

You're amazing, Quinton. Thank you for the chart and the very clear directions. I now have this in my collection of things I will definitely make someday.
Mark

AKQGuy's picture

Thank you sir, and now I have

Thank you sir, and now I have an even better understanding of posting patterns to ravelry. One day I'll get it all figured out.

ronhuber's picture

Thanks, Quinton. Very kind

Thanks, Quinton. Very kind of you to share your pattern. A new great - nephew or niece is on the way and I will be looking for the yarn tomorrow.

AKQGuy's picture

Well, fingers crossed that it

Well, fingers crossed that it works well. I know a lot of people who don't like lace for babies but I do, as long as it's not to open and easily caught on things. Congrats on another family addition.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Great looking chart, Quinton.

Great looking chart, Quinton. As I said below, I think it is a very friendly "first-time" chart for a person not very used to them. A fairly simple design is the key to such success. Great job.

AKQGuy's picture

Thanks Joe

Thanks Joe

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

You are very welcome. And I

You are very welcome. And I also agree that lacey things are great for babies as long as you take into consideration the purpose of the piece and - if used a lot - that the holes aren't too big, trapping toes and fingers.