Add a new snuggly friend to the family with this adorable Bernat Blanket Mushroom Stuffie. Created with the softness of Bernat Blanket, this free pattern is stitched almost entirely in the round and gives intermediate crocheters a chance to practice a variety of stitches. The stuffie is created in three separate pieces that join at the end through crochet or sewing.
Vintage style crochet patterns just make me happy. I designed this Dancing Mushroom chart years ago, and I finally found the perfect yarn to turn it into a sweet little blanket. The center image panel is surrounded by a thick border in several different stitch patterns which add to the style of this family heirloom to-be. Size: 34″ x 43″ Yarn: King Cole Finesse: Size 3 (DK weight) Hook: US-H/8, 5.0 mm Gauge: 10 boxes x 10 boxes= 4” [10 cm] in hdc c2c box st Other supplies: yarn needle
"Crochet Baby Blanket patterns are one of my favorite things to make. There are so many Crochet Stitch variations you can try out for making a crocheted blanket. They really work up fast and if you use a Blanket yarn, Chunky or Bulky yarn , then you can whip up one in no time at all. Today am sharing a Quick and easy Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern with Moss Stitch. The moss stitch is similar to Single Crochet with a slight variation. It is worked with chains between single crochet stitches. I have used Blanket Yarn. I love working with these soft chunky yarns. They make these blankets so soft and snuggly. These Snuggly crochet baby blankets are the perfect things to make for newborn babies or baby shower gifts. Materials Used:- Blanket Yarn - Green and Light Brown 7mm Crochet Hook"
Kids will love curling up with this Snuggly Owl Lovey. This free crochet pattern is the perfect size for cuddling and toting around. It's also a great homemade gift idea for an expectant mother. All you need is worsted weight yarn and some stuffing to complete this project. There are also two different sizes available for you to choose from.
Recently, many of my fellow Red Heart Joy Creators got together to make a beautiful afghan for our friend Allison from Red Heart Yarn. Each of us designed a 12" square and then we sent them off to a team member to join them. This lovely afghan was then given to Allison for a fun wedding gift! I love being a part of the Red Heart Yarns Joy Creators. One reason is because we all love to crochet, and this was one of our first group activities. The Hug a Friend Square is a fun and whimsical 12" square made using Chic Sheep Yarn in 3 colors. I hope you enjoy making it too, because this was one of my favorite blocks in my free pattern library.
The Three Hour Throw lives up to its name - you can crochet this jumbo afghan in less than 3 hours! And you don't even need a giant hook - just Bernat Blanket Extra and your own hands, and the free crochet blanket pattern on Moogly! To make the Three Hour Throw, I used two strands of Bernat Blanket Extra held together - and that made some really big stitches! Crocheting with your hands isn’t really any harder than crocheting with a hook. You still yarn over with the yarn before pulling it through loops.