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LizzyM Posted - 06/27/2012 : 7:29:52 PM
I found these beautiful blankets on Pinterest, but I am not sure what type of yarn to use and what size of needles. Any ideas? I am allergic to even small amounts of wool, so the yarn has to be wool free.

[Picture of blankets][http://pinterest.com/pin/156992736980635768/]

Thank you so much for your help!!
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anderknit Posted - 06/28/2012 : 3:22:05 PM
The problem with using a cotton yarn is that a blanket that large would end up being extremely heavy. I was thinking of something along the lines of Berroco Comfort or another blend.

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jtamsn Posted - 06/28/2012 : 07:48:34 AM
To my eye, I agree with the very chunky ....kind of like Lion brand Thick and Quick and a very big needle.
judy
LJ Posted - 06/28/2012 : 05:20:31 AM
My best guess would be very chunky yarn on US #35 needles or even #50 to get a very loose stitch. Maybe a cotton? Cotton knit loose would stretch/relax.

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