I just looked at the blog…
Here are a couple things to consider or keep in mind:
[li]“Using (US) 8 (5.0mm) needles, cast on 132 stitches. Knit 6 rows, slipping the first stitch as if to knit.
[/li]Change needles to size (US) [COLOR=“Blue”]10[/COLOR] (6.0mm) and begin pattern, remembering to slip the first stitch as if to knit on each row.”
[li]“I would not block this blanket for the charm of it is in the puffiness the pattern creates. [COLOR=“Blue”][SIZE=“2”]When using acrylic yarn, if you spritz it with a mist of water, pop it into the dryer for 10 minutes, it will even out most of your stitches that may have been pulled either too tight or left too loose[/SIZE][/COLOR]. Acrylic is forgiving like that.”