To follow on with even more sunburst, have a look at these squares conjoined into a blanket. Since the borders are strongly stitched on all four sides of each square, the blanket is very robust and solid. However, the contrast means that the sunbursts are still super visible and form the central visual theme.
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This beautiful blanket is based on the pattern called Sunburst Granny Square by Priscilla Hewitt. Finished squares are6 across, with a variation of 7 included. The eye-catching floral motif makes it a perfect pattern for a summer blanket. Below you will find links to the granny square pattern and a detailed blanket tutorial.
This blue skies granny squares baby blanket uses three complimenting colors for this lovely little blanket. Finish the look with an easy crochet border. I love making granny squares. Twenty Granny Squares to a Beautiful Baby Blanket This entire blanket is made from granny squares that use two different colors. The first color is worked for the first four rounds. The second color is worked for two rounds. There are ten of each granny square for a total of 20 squares. On the Go Pattern A granny square pattern can be worked on just about anywhere. They are small enough to stash inside a pretty bag with the yarn and your crochet supplies. Then when you have enough made, just seam them together. The granny square is one of the most easy and versatile crochet patterns around.
Southwest inspired crochet afghan patterns are a lovely way to add gorgeous designs to your home. These stylish blankets are both functional and chic. Made out of Lion Brand yarn, this corner-to-corner afghan pattern comes with a free graph for the sunburst pattern as well as written instructions, making it easy to crochet for just about anybody. The light grey base gives it a truly subdued tone while letting the central design shine through. The Southwest Sunburst C2C Afghan Pattern is an easy pattern that uses medium weight yarn.
This blue agate crochet blanket was a joy to make. The process of crocheting each square, joining them, and adding a beautiful crochet border is so relaxing.This is the second granny square blanket of a 6 part series on a few easy, yet pretty crochet edges that can be added to the throws. I will have both written directions and video tutorials for each one. Enjoy creating your own beautiful blankets using this series. Square One Consists of four rounds of Deft Blue and two rounds of Charcoal. Square Two consists of four rounds of Light Blue and two rounds of Dusty Grey.Why Blue Agate Crochet Blanket? My dear mother-in-law grew up in Upper Michigan near the shores of Lake Superior. You can walk the beaches and find beautiful gem stones in the cold, clear water. The town she lived in used to be a booming mining town. We would go there and go Agate searching each summer. The crochet borders on this throw remind me of those beautiful gems.
"This simple loop granny square crochet border is just one way to beautifully finish off a blanket. There is just something addicting about a granny square blanket. Once you get the hang of it, the possibilities are endless. Switch up the yarn colors, change the crochet edge, or even add in a few new styled granny squares. They are just so versatile and gorgeous. I spent most of last winter crocheting the squares. The end result was not in sight. I just kept making squares in colors that I thought worked well together. Then after joining them, it was fun to be creative the have a completely different overall look to each blanket as the edge was finished.This crochet pattern includes the directions to the crochet border, a video on how to crochet the granny square and complete the invisible join for joining the squares too."