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Faire & Square blanket in Peacock covering baby

Kit Blanket - Faire & Square

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The most versatile item that can ever be made. A lightweight, cozy blanket that will provide just the right amount of warmth and comfort in any situation. 

This knitting design of concentric squares helps keep the blanket in shape and live the life of a blanket to its full extent, i.e., not to keep it in the closet!  

The design effects are subtly different and equally pretty, depending on the side you are looking at. 

This one only uses an easy technique of knitting; the secret is in the numbers. There is more to discover in the pattern! 

The natural properties of our 100% Super Wash Merino wool provide the benefits of a natural thermo-regulation, a soft, anti-plush, hypoallergenic texture on the most sensitive skin.


Color Palette information


Which needles? In a nutshell: 

A - Aluminium - Advanced

B - Bamboo - Beginner

More info here


Pattern only? This way! 


Sizes approximation: 

Standard: 26in X 29in (~66cm X 74cm)

Large: 25in X 37in (~63cm X 94cm)

Sizing may vary according to the knitter's techniques and tensions. 


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  • Inside the Kit

    - 2 cakes of yarn for the standard size; 3 for the large size. Just the right amount to cover up!

    - 1 tapestry needle. The small essential to weave the ends.

    - 20 stitch markers. Never too many of those!

    - 1 marker row counter. So useful to track your progress.

    - 1 cloth label to be sewn.

    - 2 no-iron fabric labels to add the baby's name (ideal to put on the back of the cloth label)

    - 1 little card for a keepsake or if you knit and gift! 

    Need circular needles? We've got you! Select the option and we will pack them in the kit!

    All items are stored into cotton drawstring bags. The larger one with the yarn can also be used as a wash bag to protect the item in the washing machine.

  • Care

    Good news: the Super Wash 100% Merino is machine washable! Pick the delicate or wool program, use a wool detergent, cold temperature.

    Just lay flat to dry (preferably on a towel) and VOILA!

    Gravity on wet wool is not a friend here and will cause distortions in the garment.

    For small stains, you can gently use a little bit of soap and water.

    And remember, Merino wool is a natural fiber and you don't need to wash often. Unpleasant odors can naturally fly away by simply airing out the garment for a couple of hours (weather permitting obviously!).

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