Wednesday’s Pattern – Celtic Child Small Miracles Baby Blanket

Today’s featured pattern is the lovely Celtic Child Small Miracles Baby Blanket designed by Luise O’Neill of Cranberry Ocean Knits.  Created in organic cotton using a moss stitch that alternates with a diamond cabled leaf pattern, this blanket would make a wonderful baby shower gift or would be perfect to give to someone who enjoys lovely lap blankets!

This pattern is worked flat in one piece and is finished off by a lovely moss stitch border.  Knitters will love this pattern as it contains detailed written step-by-step instructions as well as fully charted instructions.   This project requires approximately 820 yards of sport weight yarn (model knitted using Knit Picks Organic Cotton Sport) and a size US 3 knitting needle, or size to match a gauge of 24 stitches and 30 rows  to equal 4 inches in stockinette.   The finished size of this blanket measures 27 ½ x 27 ½” ( 70 x 70 cm ).

Yarn Suggestions:   Blue Sky Alpacas Sport, Blue Sky Alpacas Skinny Cotton, Cascade Heritage, Pakucho Organic Cotton, Debbie Bliss: Eco Baby Fair Trade Organic Cotton or Queensland Collection: Joey’s Baby Silk

Courtesy of Louise O'Neill

You can find this pattern as well as Luise’s other designs online at Raverly and her website, Cranberry Ocean Knits, designs for babies and toddlers.  Luise also has two other self-publishing labels,  South Mountain Naturally Knit Studio for garments and PurpleSage Designs for accessories.  You can also follow Luise’s knitting adventures online at Cranberry Ocean Knits, online at Shifting Stitches and now online at FaceBook.    Her newest venture is knitXpress, a software program that compacts and formats written knitting directions into publication-ready format.  You can  join her Raverly group to ask questions about this software program and it’s use.


I am happy to announce that Luise  has generously offered my readers a free copy her  Celtic Child Small Miracles Baby Blanket pattern and  will be providing the lucky winner the pattern via Raverly or by email.

This giveaway is open to all  and to enter, simply leave a comment (one entry only) along with either your Ravelry ID or Twitter ID.  This giveaway starts today and will end on Saturday, June 4th  at 5:00pm Arizona Time, with the winner being selected randomly and announced on Sunday, June 6th.


Thank you for entering – this giveaway is now closed!

About Tina

I admit that I am a yarnaholic, fiberholic kind of gal who loves knitting, spinning and crafting in general! When I’m not knitting, I’m enjoying my time with my wonderful husband and our spunky little dog Sparkles. I love learning new things, meeting people who share my joy and passion for the fiber arts, and sharing with others. For me, blogging has given me the opportunity to nit only share my adventures, but my ups and downs, my projects, my goals and so much more.
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19 Responses to Wednesday’s Pattern – Celtic Child Small Miracles Baby Blanket

  1. Kath says:

    Wow That is just stunningly gorgeous. What an heirloom that would be.

  2. That is just BEAUTIFUL!!

    CinLin on Rav & Twitter

  3. Ginger says:

    What a lovely blanket!

    GingerLee25 on Ravelry

  4. Nicole W. says:

    What a beautiful blanket!

  5. Bea says:

    This is such a wonderful pattern! I’d love to knit the blanket :)

    My ravelry ID is Minimiso

  6. Ruth says:

    That’s a really beautiful blanket!! Do you think I could get it finished before my first grandbaby arrives in October?? Please enter me in the giveaway, Tina! Ravelry ID: ruthallbyherself

  7. Karen says:

    What a beautiful blanket! I love the texture, but the single color gives it a simplicity as well.

  8. browneyegurl35 says:

    This is a lovely blanket, and I am sure any recipient would be happy to receive it.
    Browneyegurl35 on Rav

  9. Marie says:

    Oh, how I wish that this had been available before my grandson was born! I like it much better than the blanket I made for him. Hmmm, could be he needs another…

  10. Jean A. says:

    The pattern is just lovely. It would be a great present for a new baby…

    My ravelry ID is jashleyslc

  11. deidre corbet says:

    What a beautiful blanket! Thanks for the chance to win the pattern. I am losttinkansas on ravelry.

  12. Kelly C says:

    What a gorgeous pattern!

  13. affiknity says:

    That is a gorgeous blanket.

  14. Rhea Kohlman says:

    I love making baby blankets! Thanks for another great giveaway! email is and ravelry is rkohlman

  15. Louise says:

    Very nice pattern. It would make a nice gift.

  16. Very pretty!

    Ravelry ID flaminredhead3

  17. Kathy Wilcoxson says:

    What a lovely blanket.

    Ravelry ID: nspecial

  18. Mª Jesús says:

    Lovely pattern

    I’m mjajito on Rav

  19. Susan says:

    Beautiful pattern.
    Ravelry: KatKnapz

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