"If you're looking for corner to corner crochet llama patterns, look no further! This adorable corner to corner (C2C) Christmas Llama wearing a Santa hat is just one of four llama patterns that I am designing for a corner to corner graphghan. If you're not up to the task of crocheting four llama graphs, you could easily turn this llama into wall art or add a few more rounds of the border for a small baby blanket. These fun and free corner to corner animal graphs are perfect for beginner crocheters who want to learn corner to corner crochet."
Next, this jolly, seasonal Christmas Granny Afghan will give your room a festive and “ready-for-Santa” look. This wonderful piece is easy to make, and can be worked to any size you like. Just add or subtract squares as needed. Made with an amazing festive granny square,it is easy to work up and and is an applique for other projects as well, like Christmas tree ornaments. You can also combine these and make a larger piece.
The best chunky yarn to use for a baby blanket pattern is Bernat Blanket Yarn, a chenille-style yarn that makes some amazingly soft blankets! This simple design is perfect to crochet if you are new to crochet or would just like a super easy baby blanket project to make.
This crochet blanket pattern is straightforward and works up superfast! Mainly because of the simple crochet stitches it uses, which means it's a great beginner-friendly project which makes for a great toddler or newborn baby blanket.
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
"Today I am sharing with you a cute fluffy baby blanket with you all: Loops and Ridges Baby Blanket. This baby blanket has a textured loopy blanket framed by a plain, solid border. The size of the double loop stitch used on the blanket can be adjusted in size and the rib border can be made narrower or thicker. And just to make it easier for you, I also created a full video tutorial that guides you step by step on how to crochet your own Loops and Ridges Baby Blanket. I designed the blanket using DK (light worsted #3) yarn because of the full texture of the blanket, but if you want a thick and warm blanket, you can switch to Aran (worsted #4) yarn."