Perhaps you don't like raised designs on a swirl blanket? Therefore, here is one where the swirls are actually lines of voids.
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Finally, this swirl blanket uses a square spiral to denote the moving center. In fact, it uses two, because the colorful one is offset by a white one.
While the base of this swirl blanket is rectilinear, this pattern also uses a swirled weal to give it a sense of motion. I like the gentle contrast.
Cozy AND textured, this velvet blanket is the absolute king of bulkiness and drape. Truly, it's the perfect companion for a lovely evening, a hot tea and your favorite book.
A raised center makes this floral granny square stand out. This is one of 36 free crochet patterns for 6 (15 cm) squares by 30 different designers included in the Mystery Lapghan Crochet-A-Long. This pattern includes photo tutorials for the special stitches. Skills used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Working in rounds, increasing, joining new colors, working in chain spaces, working in the back loop Special stitches: beg-cl, cdc, cl, FPsc (with written explanation and photo tutorials included in pattern)
- Designed by Buttonnose Crochet
This fun, square blanket will be great for a baby. For instance, a fun stroller walk guaranteed! It's a 31 inches square, that works up really fast and looks just mesmerizing, right? What's more, you will only need about two skeins of yarn for this one.