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Tiramisu Baby Blanket

Next, here is a summer baby blanket that’s inspired by that most wonderful of desserts. Overall, its gentle texture and crenellated edge are an adorable and stunning example of how much you can  include in a seemingly simple project.

Tiramisu Baby Blanket 
The original pattern and the photos are available at Crochet with Clare blog:

Tiramisu Baby Blanket

More details about project photographed here.


Gentle River Ripple Blanket

This gentle river ripple blanket uses bold colors to show off the popular chevron pattern. It has a timeless appeal to home decor. This is my second chevron blanket that I have ever made. The soft peaks and valleys in this chevron throw remind me of gentle ripples on the water in the moonlight. I was going for a gentle wavy effect and after playing around with the stitches for a bit, the look just came together. Generally, the chevron or zig zag look is achieved by increasing and decreasing stitches at regular intervals throughout a row of stitches. This color pattern is repeated 6 times. To make this blanket symmetrical, I added four more rows of the Cape Cod Blue yarn to the end. Blanket is a total of 64 rows.Gentle River Ripple Blanket

Click here for the crochet pattern

Quilt Inspired Blanket

That said, how about thoroughly modern quilt inspired projects? To this point, here is an absolute gem that will match current design ideally.Quilt Inspired Blanket

The full article about this pattern is on justahappyhooker.blogspot.com blog:

Quilt Inspired Blanket

More info about Mariamc67’s project here.