Rainbow Feather and Fan Knitting Pattern Baby Blanket is a fun title for this After the Rain Throw blanket by Quayln Stark and FREE from Red Heart Yarns. Working the feather and fan pattern can be easier when you watch this video tutorial to learn how to work through the pattern repeat.
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Making the After the Rain Feather and Fan Knit Blanket:
I am a sucker for rainbows and beautiful feather and fan stitches. Even better when the feather and fan stitch pattern is solid and doesn’t have any holes!
Worked in 8 colors to make a rainbow gradient you can choose to do the same or pick your own color variety. Grab your favorite 8 colors of Red Heart Super Saver and get started on this pattern with me.
Using increases and decreases you can get this great wave look. Many times you will see a feather and fan pattern worked with more lace stitches. This pattern has omitted the lace and creates the pattern through the increases and decreases.
What you will learn:
- SSK (slip, slip, knit) decrease
- M1R (make 1 right)
- M1L (make 1 left)
- bind off
- adding tassels