Cindy
Cindy
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Asked on Sep 29, 2017

Hi fellow DIYers, The newest Snuggle fabric softner commercial

Janet PanosFlipturnSandandshells
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It features a Red knit blanket I want make. Does any one know what the knit stiches are?

7 answers
  • Janet Panos
    on Sep 29, 2017

    Hello! That pattern appears to be a cable stitch pattern. There are websites online that provide free patterns -- all you have to do is provide your email address to them. Here is one of those sites:


    • Cindy
      on Oct 6, 2017

      Thanx for the info. I found it on youtube. Its called Fishermans Rib knit stitch
  • Flipturn
    on Sep 29, 2017

    I had not seen the commercial so I googled Snuggle fabric softner red afghan in Google Images. In the top row of pictues was a still shot of the afghan, showing a crochet hook, beside a box of Snuggle dryer sheets.
    When I clicked on the picture, it took me to the site of Craftdrawer Crafts. - craftdrawer.com, and the full pattern is there.

    The afghan is crochet, not knit.
    • Cindy
      on Oct 6, 2017

      Thanx. I read the artcle it is a knit stitch"fisherman s rib" the person wanted to try crocheting.
  • Kim
    on Sep 29, 2017

    Janet is right, that Afghan in the commercial is a knitted Afghan. The craftdrawer lady converted it to crochet. I love to knit and want that pattern as well. I am on the hunt. If I find it, I will let you know!

    : )
  • Kim
    on Sep 29, 2017

    FOUND IT!!!!!
    Its called the BRIOCHE stitch. Here's a link with instruc for that stitch.


    Hope that helps!
    : )
    • Cindy
      on Oct 6, 2017

      Thanx Kim. I found it too. It is also called the Fishermans rib
  • Sandandshells
    on Sep 29, 2017

    All of the above people are fabulous for going out of their way to help find this information. Good for youa nd you should feel so proud of yourselves.
  • Flipturn
    on Oct 6, 2017

    Great! Thanks for the update. I thought this was a challenging question, and I was wondering if you ever did get the answer you were searching for......
  • Janet Panos
    on Oct 6, 2017

    You are very welcome! Glad you found the exact name! The “Fisherman’s Rib knit stitch” is often found in those beautiful imported sweaters from Ireland.
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