“Bubelahs Blanket by Jessica Ays”
I am lucky enough to have been blessed with a wonderful Grandma, and this design is a tribute to my own Grandma Sarah and the legacy she left her grandchildren. She affectionately referred to all 35 of her grandchildren, in Yiddish, as mamelah for her granddaughters, tatelah for her grandsons. Another commonly used term of endearment is bubelah meaning children and that is where I found my inspiration for this blanket and its name.

A simple and easy-to-follow pattern like this one is something Grandma Sarah would have loved to knit for each of her grandchildren - and she definitely would have knit them while watching her stories (General Hospital, to be specific - which I still watch now!). I think of her with warm memories as I prepare my home for the holidays throughout the year, remembering that her secret ingredient in every recipe was love.

Car Seat Blanket: 20 wide x 24 long (51 cm x 61 cm) 356 yds323 m - 3 skeins

Stroller Blanket: 30 wide x 36 long (76 cm x 91.5 cm) 800 yds727 m - 6 skeins

Crib Blanket: 36 wide x 54 long (91.5 cm x 137 cm) 1,440 yds1308 m - 10 skeins

Toddler Blanket: 42 wide x 52 long (106.5 cm x 132 cm) 1,618 yds1,470 m - 11 skeins

Adult Throw: 50 wide x 60 long (127 cm x 152.5 cm) 2,222 yds2,018 m - 15 skeins

EYB (Euro Baby) Babe Softcotton Chunky (55 Acrylic, 45 Cotton, 153 yds139 m per 100 g) sample uses color 10 Magenta

15 sts x 20 rows 410 cm after blocking using US 106.0 mm needles, worked flat in textured stitch

US 85.00 mm 3280 cm circular needle, for working flat
US 106.00 mm 3280 cm circular needle, for working flat
Stitch Markers - 2 total, to mark side borders
Darning Needle

Vision Accessibility:
This pattern includes a PDF download that is written in 24 point sans serif font (Arial) in all black text. It has no italics. All of the directions are fully written out. The text in this LVA file is left-justified, with 1 inch margins, and all in one column.

Screen Reader Accessibility:
The LVA version of this pattern is also screen reader accessible. It has been formatted, reviewed, and tested to work with a screen reader by my Accessibility Consultant.

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