Roving Bump Layer Blanket Knit Pattern

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Roving Knit Bump Blanket by Briana K Designs

The Roving Bump Knit Blanket is one of my new favorite props for newborn photo sessions. Not only does it provide a soft area for the baby, but adds texture to any portrait. I hope you enjoy this free knit pattern.

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Knitting Needles:

Knitting Needles: 50 (US) / 25 mm Straight Needles


Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends


Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Roving


You will need 2,
for a total of 200g / 7.06 oz


BO- bind off
k- knit p- purl
yo- yarn over


 4 stitches x 5 rows= 4 inches x 4 inches

Skill Level:



Measurements laid flat: Approx. 14 x 16 inches

Roving Knit Bump Blanket by Briana K Designs


Adjust the cast on number to change the shape of the blanket.
Split your roving wool strand into 4 pieces. As you work you can join new strands by either overlapping or tying a knot. If you tie a knot, try to hide it on the back or in the blanket.

Knit Pattern:

RowDescriptionStitch Count  
1Long Tail Cast On 1414
2-19Purl every even row, knit every odd row Keep an eye on how much roving you have left. If you need to stop a row or two early to complete the bind off do so.14
20Bind Off, being careful to not work too tightly so the blanket lays flat and even. Break roving wool if needed, and weave in end. Blocking is recommended to hold shape.14
Roving Knit Bump Blanket by Briana K Designs


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