Pinterest. It is called "Holding Hands". It looks a little bit fancier than a regular blanket but not too complicated that I throw up my knitting needles in frustration.
Since we don't know the sex of the baby I had to go with a neutral color. Instead of going the typical green or yellow route I went with Silver.
The border is a seed stitch over 211 stitches for 20 rows and it was a bitch. I was out of knitting shape. Yes knitting uses your shoulder and hand muscles like crazy and after just a few rows I was feeling it. I had to literally search for "stretches for knitters" on youtube.
I am happy to say that the border is finished and I am diving into the body of the blanket. It seems to be working up fairly quickly. After I mastered the P3in3 stitch.