Winter Trees Baby Blanket
The Winter Village Crochet Afghan is a wonderful way to use up scrap yarn. This free crochet pattern has 8 crochet blocks that can be assembled to make any size blanket from a baby blanket to a king-size blanket. This is a great project to use up leftover yarn. You will need a consistent ground and sky color, but the house color and trees colors can be made with scrap yarn that needs to get used up.
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.
Think of sparkling jewels spilled upon fresh winter snow. That was the inspiration behind this Winter Jewel Lapghan which uses bright colors set off against cream and white, and a combination of textured crochet stitches to allow them to appearing like jewellery settings.
This pattern bundle contains all four granny square patterns that are used in the Winter Jewels crochet blanket and also the instructions for joining them and the border to make this intricate crochet throw.
- Designed by Michael Sellick
Winter is just around the corner, so now is really the best time to start some fun crochet projects. Like for instance this cute hexagon blanket on the pictures below by Michael Sellick. It will create a vibe of a winter wonderland in your home! The finished size is 55″ x 60″.
Finally, here is a less complicated monochromatic blanket that shows how shades of winter can be simple. However, even though it's simple, it's still beautiful and cozy. Better still, crocheting in the front loop and the back loop is all you need to know to make this wonderful piece.