Here is a book of various blankets to
machine knit, it is written by Diana L. sullivan.
She ships international.
Visit her website in the link below to order
and read more about the blankets.
Blankets included are;
Fold-Over Edged Blankie – for virtually any machine in
any gauge, this one’s a simple little thing
you could have a beginner do it as a very first project.
Panels and Cables Blanket requires only
a single bed machine. Put your panels together
with a contrasting cable stitch, edge the blanket,
and you’re finished. Beginners can do this one, too
Short-Rowed Pinwheel Blanket for standard,
mid-gauge, and bulky machines. This only
requires a main bed.
Multicolored Tuck Stitch Blanket – Here’s a great
blanket with no ribber and no patterning device
required, also an easy one.
Circular Swirl Blanket – this old favorite came back,
and I dressed it up, featuring it for bulky and standard gauge.
Racked Ripple Blanket requires a machine with
patterning and a ribber to knit a fascinating, puffy “ripple” stitch.
Reversible English Rib Blanket is for both bulky
and standard gauge machines with a ribber.
Honeycomb Blanket for standard gauge machines
with a ribbing attachment uses the very popular
honeycomb tuck stitch to produce a thick, thermal blanket.
Fisherman Rib Checked Blanket utilizes the patterning
device to have blocks of fisherman rib and blocks of
plain ribbing, plus a plain ribbed edging for a terrific,
professional-looking fast project.
Waffles Baby Blanket and Wiggles Baby Blanket –
two more terrific thermal ribber blankets.