1) Decide one size. Baby blankets come in different sizes. Before you begin, you must decide what size of blanket you will make. Here are some common blanket measures for infants and toddlers. The smaller size is perfect for covering a newborn; Choose a larger size if you want to use the blanket longer.

Newborn blanket - 90 cm x 90 cm
Cot blanket - 90 cm x 130 cm
Children's bedspread - 100 cm x 150 cm

2) Choose your line. There are several types of lines. If you are new it will be easier to work with a simple line. Lines are divided by weight or thickness. The weight of the thread will determine how large your stitches will be, what the finished work looks like, and what needle size you will need to use. It will also set how long it will take you to finish your work. You will see the weight or thickness of the line written on the label, they range from 0 - Render to 6 - Robusta. Here are some recommended sizes for a baby blanket.
1- Super Fine: good for delicate work, quilts with worked stitches.
2 - Fine: good for lightweight blankets or even fluffy.
3 - Light: Good for warm clothing or even not too heavy.
4 - Medium: a bit heavy, but very easy to work with.

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