Shaped like elaborate ball gowns, this whimsical Princess Dress Blanket resembles fancy frocks worn by the like of Cinderella and Belle.
Just slip your arms into their sleeves and marvel at how regal you suddenly feel.
Although the designer created the directions with adults in mind, there are four sizes available – two for grown-ups, one for a toddler, and another to fit a child.
If you’re a kind of person who prefers to curl up with a blanket as cute as it is cozy, then this blanket have you covered – literally!
There are a lot of fun crochet blanket designs that function a bit like costumes, and some of the prettiest are the princess dress crochet blankets. The blanket is shaped like the flat front of the dress and has arms, a bit like a snuggie, to snuggle into it. The designer of this one also has different designs in yellow and purple so that you can be cozy while dressing up to look like your favorite characters.
This beautiful Dress Blanket was designed with your Little Princess in mind. Make it to match her favorite princess movie, or just use her favorite colors. She's sure to adore this fun and fancy blanket either way! This Dress Blanket Pattern comes in either a knit or a crochet version. They're circular style so they can be used as blankets while girls are small, and dress up clothes when they get a little bigger. The girls who came over to model these blankets for me (ages 9and11) loved using them both ways! This free dress blanket pattern features worsted (4) weight yarn (I used Knit Picks Brava Worsted) and size 6.0mm (J/10) crochet hook for the crochet version or size 5.5mm (US9) circular knitting needles.
The Little Princess Baby Blanket is fit for royalty - but available to all - with this free crochet pattern on Moogly! The Little Princess Baby Blanket features a gentle “royal” wave and regal shades of purple. But because it's for the littlest princesses, it's made with easy care 100% acrylic Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice - so you don't need a team of nannies to take care of it! The lacy waves and colors of the Little Princess Blanket are so pretty together, but I can't wait to see what colors you use to make yours!
This ripple (chevron) afghan is a classic and was created specifically for beginners. My grandmother (and many others, I'm sure!) created afghans like this and this pattern was created in remembrance of her. Wrap yourself in your very own ripple throw blanket with this easy, beginner friendly pattern. You will need to know how to single crochet, double crochet and change colors. You will also need to know how to "dc3tog" (double crochet three together. Yarn over, insert hook into next stitch, yarn over, pull through stitch. Yarn over, pull through two loops on hook- two loops on hook. Repeat two more times until four loops are on hook. Yarn over, pull through all four loops.) Yarn used in this pattern is Lion Brand Pound of Love in medium (4) weight. Pattern is easy to follow once started and works up quickly.
This blue agate crochet blanket was a joy to make. The process of crocheting each square, joining them, and adding a beautiful crochet border is so relaxing.This is the second granny square blanket of a 6 part series on a few easy, yet pretty crochet edges that can be added to the throws. I will have both written directions and video tutorials for each one. Enjoy creating your own beautiful blankets using this series. Square One Consists of four rounds of Deft Blue and two rounds of Charcoal. Square Two consists of four rounds of Light Blue and two rounds of Dusty Grey.Why Blue Agate Crochet Blanket? My dear mother-in-law grew up in Upper Michigan near the shores of Lake Superior. You can walk the beaches and find beautiful gem stones in the cold, clear water. The town she lived in used to be a booming mining town. We would go there and go Agate searching each summer. The crochet borders on this throw remind me of those beautiful gems.