Kiss Blanket



by Moran Malron

Keep It Simple Stripes Blanket was born out of a need for a simple meditative project in hand. This is a color block blanket worked in two raws garter stitch stripes, knitted back and forth while alternating between two colors in each block. There’s no right or wrong side. One side creates clean sharp stripes while the other side makes merging stripes and I really can’t tell which one is prettier. The result is a super soft, color block stripes blanket framed with a smooth I – cord traveling around the edges, followed by two rows of a crochet Slip Stitch as a tiny little detail for a tidy finish.

Each bundle contains the yarn you will need to complete your project.

The pattern is not included but you can find it on Etsy.

You can also create your own color combination by choosing your skeins in Tibetan Cloud Wool.

Categories:, Composition:

100% Tibetan Wool

Number of skeins:

1 skein each of Tibetan cloud in

Salice Grigio

Wild Daisy




Cherry Blossom




Finished Measurements:

37″ x 49″ (94 x 125 cm) Measured after blocking.


9 skeins in mYak Tibetan Cloud Wool Sport / Light DK


Main Fabric – Circular needle: US 3 (3.25 mm) – 40 / 47 inch (100 / 120 cm)
Border – Double-pointed needles : US 2.5 (3 mm)
For the border you will also need a 3 mm crochet hook.
Please take the time to knit a swatch, it’ll help you to choose the right size needles for you that will meet the following gauge.


25 sts & 50 rows = 4×4 inches (10×10 cm) on 3.25 mm (US 3) needles.

Measured over a garter stitch after blocking.