Мake peace not war protest blanket in ukraine colours
Travel back to the 60s and 70s with this Retro Peace Sign Square. This funky multi-colored crochet granny square will remind you of the days of hippies, peace, and love. Teenagers today will love this free crochet pattern, too. Each square measure approximately four inches on each side. Join a bunch of these together to create a "peaceful" crochet afghan or even a granny square tote bag. Use any bright colored DK or worsted weight yarn to crochet these groovy granny squares.
Bring some peace of mind into your living room with this Calming Seas Blanket. If you enjoy the half double crochet stitch, you'll be a fan of this lovely crochet afghan pattern. Featuring gorgeous stripes and a classic, cozy design, this crochet blanket pattern will become a fast favorite around your home. Make it in the relaxing color palette shown, or change it up to match your home decor. This blanket looks warm and inviting draped over a chair, so make it an inviting part of your space.
Bring some peace into your home with this So Serene Granny Square crochet pattern. The earth tones of this granny square are so relaxing, especially when you put them together to create a granny square afghan all together. Squares are easy to work up and can be fun to make when they come in patterns that appeal to the senses. Everyone will feel so welcome in your home when you cover your couch with a granny square afghan like this one.
Feast your eyes on the Borealis blanket! The motifs resemble little snowflakes in various colours of the Northern Lights. The blanket is joined and bordered in white with a faint hint of pink, making the colours stand out even more. The blanket measures 90 x 120cm (35.5 x 47in) but is easily adaptable in size. The pattern contains written instructions and crochet diagrams, and is written in US terms. The Borealis Blanket is suitable for advanced beginners or intermediate crocheters.
This is a great blanket/ afghan. Uses Stylecraft DK and 4 mm hook, but any yarn could be used as a great stash buster. You'll need 10 colours, 9 for the actual squares and 1 for joining them together - my personal rule was no white. Joined using the continuous join method. The order of the colours was released weekly on my blog - to have a blanket in 13 weeks - you could make more squares weekly to make the project quicker.