Sangria Sorbet Blanket
Between the Ridges Blanket is so cozy and comfy that you'll never want to leave. Snuggle up with a warm drink and good book or ready to those little sweeties under your handmade blanket. Whatever your style of relaxing is, Between the Ridges will keep you toasty snug. This squishy blanket is made with worsted weight yarn and your favorite 6mm hook. I chose Paintbox Aran in Melon Sorbet, which is a gorgeous peachy orange. My favorite thing about this blanket is that the border is made as you go! I kinda love it."
If you are looking for a fun creative chevron blanket to make, then you must make the Buttons Blanket crochet pattern. This blanket is a super fun blanket to make and it looks very unique and you can customize the blanket anyway you like. This blanket uses simple crochet stitches to work up with a few advanced stitches but don't worry I explain how to work those special stitches. Get ready to get hooked on the Buttons Blanket
The Unicorn Bricks Baby Blanket is a knit-look reversible baby blanket featuring two different looks! While on the right side you'll have a lovely brick stitch pattern, on the wrong side you'll get a pretty striped ribbed pattern, similar to knitted Brioche. Don't worry about having to many tails to weave in! There are not! The blanket is worked combining a solid white color yarn with a striped yarn. You will not cut the yarns at the end of the rows, but carry them up from row to row along one side of the blanket. Get your supplies and start working on this gorgeous crochet blanket!
The Crisscross Sherbet Baby Blanket is a fun beautiful textured blanket to make. This pattern uses simple crochet stitches to make texture. I have a huge love for texture! This blanket is a favorite of mine; the repeat sequences are easy to remember and you can snuggle up with your yarn and hook and make this blanket while watching Netflix. If you need any help with the stitch placement, there is a video tutorial below. Get ready to get hooked on the Crisscross Sherbet Baby Blanket.
Is there anything that will bright up your day more than a rainbow blanket? I think not! This crochet blanket is so much fun and easy to make. Simply cast on, get into the groove of the pattern and cast off when you feel your blanket is long enough. For this rainbow blanket, simply use up scraps or buy some amazing colours especially for your project. I've depicted this crochet blanket as a rainbow blanket, but really.. you can make this blanket in any colour scheme you like. Have fun!"