The Best of Ten Stitch Blanket Knitting Pattern

Ten stitch knitting technique is a very clever one! You work the garter stitch stripe that is ten stitch wide, and join it with others as you go, so there’s no sewing required.

This method allows you to create interesting patterns, especially when using ombre yarn or changing the colors strategically. It’s easy to learn and works with any gauge. You can work it from the center in straight stripes or go zigzag! All kinds of things can be made with ten stitch – scarves, blankets, afghans, and whatever you can think of! Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures



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Ten Stitch Zigzag Blanket – Free Knitting Pattern

Pastel Ten Stitch Zigzag

This knitting pattern is designed for multicolored yarns, so make sure you’re using its full potential! As you can see in Julija’s version below, subtle pastels create fantastic vibe. Blues, pinks and whites flow delicately from one to another in gentle waves. If you haven’t tried Frankie’s pattern yet, you sure should try it, because it’s easy and fun!

  • DESIGNED by: Frankie Brown
  • THIS VERSION is by julija_jbo
  • PROJECT TYPE: blanket
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

PHOTOS by julija_jbo / instagram.com

Find original free pattern ravelry.com, or read more about this particular version on instagram.com.

Ten Stitch Zigzag Blanket

Isn’t it beautiful? Flow of color looks great in this zigzag pattern. It’s easy to learn and looks amazing.

  • DESIGNED by: Frankie Brown
  • PROJECT TYPE: blanket
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Ten Stitch Zigzag Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Frankie Brown / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on ravelry.com.

Classic Ten Stitch Blanket – Free Knitting Pattern

Ten Stitch Blanket

Classic ten stitch blanket uses geometric snake-like pattern that grows and grows with each row! In this version the mixture of colors is truly stunning, because it looks like a painter’s palette. Ervel decided to use up leftover Dundaga Wool yarns and I must admit that the effect is very eye-catching – take a look below and see for yourself!

  • DESIGNED by: Frankie Brown
  • THIS VERSION is by ervel
  • PROJECT TYPE: blanket
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

PHOTOS by ervel / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern ravelry.com, or read more about this particular version on ravelry.com.

Ten Stitch Blanket

Classic way of joining the stripes makes it very structural – it’s amazing!

  • DESIGNED by: Frankie Brown, this version by SmokingHotNeedles
  • PROJECT TYPE: blanket
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Ten Stitch Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

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PHOTOS by Frankie Brown / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on ravelry.com.

WA 2020 Blanket 2

This simple knitted throw by pasopam has a very beautiful, modern, geometric design, that will make your living room and bedroom stand out! The colors transition beautifully into one another, creating an original and unique stained glass effect.

  • DESIGNED by: Frankie Brown
  • THIS VERSION is by pasopam
  • PROJECT TYPE: blanket
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

WA 2020 Blanket 2

PHOTOS by pasopam / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern ravelry.com, or read more about this particular version on ravelry.com.

Rainbow Marl Blanket

This simple rainbow marl blanket by SarahVV is the best example, that baby blanket doesn’t have to be all about laces and appliques. Sometimes you can just go simple and create a gorgeous statement piece, that will last you forever. It’s also a fantastic gift idea!

  • DESIGNED by: Frankie Brown
  • THIS VERSION is by SarahVV
  • PROJECT TYPE: blanket
  • CRAFT: knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL: beginner

Rainbow Marl Blanket!

PHOTOS by SarahVV / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern ravelry.com, or read more about this particular version on ravelry.com.

 

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