PATTERN TESTING

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ANTHER BLANKET

Simple ribbed baby blanket knit up in a worsted weight yarn. It features a 12 st repeat that is comprises most of knits and purls with a few increases and decreases to create that beautiful rippled, wavy look.

Please read everything carefully and fill out as much info below as you can.

If you've been selected, you receive an email with the pattern PDF on Tuesday, November 13th.

Finished Measurements (after blocking) 
approx 32" (81 cm) wide x 42" (106.5 cm) long
Gauge 
20 sts x 26.5 rows = 4" (10 cm) in pattern (blocked)

Tools Required 
8US (5mm) (or size needed to obtain gauge) needles – 24” (60 cm) or longer circular; tapestry needle; stitch markers (optional)

Yarn 
1270 yds (1107 m) of a worsted weight yarn

Techniques Used 
Techniques used in this pattern : long tail cast on, knit, purl, increases, decreases, binding off.

Timing Details and Expectations 

If you’ve been selected as a tester, you will receive an email with the pattern PDF on Tuesday, November 13th.

Please follow directions exactly as given in the pattern. If you'd like to deviate from them, please reach out to me when signing up to test with how you'd like to modify. (The point of testing is to get a feel for the pattern being knit by real knitters, so how you approach a pattern is very helpful to me!) 

Share progress and feedback on errors or problems via email or the corresponding thread in the BV Ravelry Group.

You are welcome to share sneak peek photos on social media as well. Please use the tag #antherblanket (as well as #bvknits, if you wish.)

Under no circumstances must the pattern PDF be distributed, shared, or copied.

The pattern is set to be released on Friday, December 28th.

Test knit must be completed by Wednesday, December 26th and you must publish a project page and properly link to the pattern on Ravelry by Friday, January 4th.

When and if all the requirements are met, to thank you for testing, I will send you a copy of the official pattern when it is released and a coupon code to choose a second free pattern from my Ravelry shop.

By submitting an application, you agree to all the terms expressed above and are confident in your testing abilities and time frame requirements.

Have you ever test knit before? *