Candy Stripes C2C Blanket
This free crochet pattern is for a C2C Butterfly Blanket. This pattern is made using mini C2C which are half double crochet stitches as well as Brava yarn from WeCrochet. The pattern includes a full video tutorial for the mini C2C technique. If you've never done C2C before, don't let it intimidate you! It's fairly simple to get the hang of it once you get a good rhythm going. C2C is a wonderful technique to learn!
12 months, 12 squares, and lots of fun tapestry designs. The 2018 Tapestry Square Afghan Project is going to be a fun way to try out the technique and make a fun blanket by December. Candy corn might be a bit polarizing, with some people loving it and some people hating it, but you can't deny the iconic look is pretty well-known. If you want to evoke images of kids excited to dress up, bags of candy, and fake spiderwebs strewn across trees, candy corn is the best way to start.
"This adorable koala throw would be perfect for any koala bear lover or as a unisex baby gift for the wildlife nursery! Using the mini hdc c2c crochet technique the Approximate finished size: 32” x 37”. Could be made larger just by using the standard dc c2c method. Written row by row instructions included with a complete full color graph provided. Video tutorials included for learning c2c as well - including how to change and carry colors in c2c."
"Add a pop of color to any room with this crochet cotton candy fluffy blanket. Easily create this wonderfully soft afghan. It is so soft and cuddly that you will want to snuggle under it all day. This stitch looks equally beautiful on either side which works perfectly when crocheting cozy blankets. I swear the art of crochet has jumped to new soaring heights as there are so many yarn lovers making so many wonderful and beautiful crochet items. It has become the HIP thing to do. One of the most popular handmade items I am seeing right now is the coveted super chunky crochet blanket. Well, this fluffy blanket will not disappoint in the super chunky feel. The yarn is a 5 on the bulky scale. "
Even if you know how to crochet a blanket, this one might be new for you. It uses the block stitch, also known as the box stitch. This Sweet Candy Sprinkles Blanket isn't your typical granny square, but it has less "holes" than the original granny. This baby crochet afghan uses the continuous join to put the squares together. Finished blanket measures 37 X 48 inches. Baby yarn makes this beauty soft, yet warm for baby to enjoy.