Introducing the Bluebell Wood Cardigan and Blanket from our A Walk in the Woods collection, Design 5436. This pattern is part of our baby collection titled A Walk In The Woods, and it is inspired by the beauty of a carpet of bluebells on a forest floor. The combination of the pretty shade of Snuggly 4 ply yarn and the lacey stitch on this matinee jacket and matching blanket make this pattern a perfect choice for a baby’s spring and summer wardrobe.
The lacey stitch used in the pattern creates a delicate and feminine look, while the matinee jacket style adds a touch of coziness. This means your little ones can be comfortable and stylish at the same time. The matching blanket is also a great addition to the set, making it a perfect choice for playtime, nap time and even as a receiving blanket.
The Snuggly 4 ply yarn used in this pattern is also easy to care for, making it a practical choice for busy parents. It is machine-washable and can be tumble dried, so it’s easy to keep your little one’s clothes looking fresh and new.
If you love this collection and want to see more patterns like this, you might like the book, A Walk In The Woods, which includes all the designs from this collection for even better value. Get ready to create something truly special for the little one in your life with this Bluebell Wood Cardigan and Blanket pattern. Happy knitting!
Blankets are a popular item at craft fairs, as they are both functional and decorative. They can be used for a variety of purposes, such as swaddling babies, covering up on the couch, or adding a decorative touch to a room. They can also make great gifts for new parents, grandparents, and friends.
When it comes to pricing your knit items, there are a few things to consider.
Cost of materials: The cost of the yarn, needles, and other materials used to make the blanket should be taken into account when pricing your product.
Time and labor: The time and effort that went into creating the blanket should also be considered when pricing it. This includes the time spent knitting, finishing the blanket, and packaging it.
Market research: It is important to research the prices of similar products at the craft fair or online to get an idea of the going rate for similar items.
Profit margin: Determine how much profit you want to make from each blanket. A typical profit margin is between 50-60%, meaning that you should price your blanket at about 2-2.5 times the cost of materials, labor and other expenses.
Add value: If you have added any special features, such as embroidery, applique, or other embellishments, you can charge a bit more for your product.
Ultimately, the key is to find a balance between pricing your blanket competitively while also ensuring that you are making a fair profit for the time and effort you have put into it. And remember that you can always adjust your prices according to the demand and the fair’s audience.