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Parade Blanket Crochet Pansy Free Pattern

Worked in colorful join-as-you-go strips, this Pansy Parade Blanket looks like little rows of climbing pansy petals. Make it in any colors you wish and any yarn weight - bust your stash to suit your style. And easily make it any dimensions you want!

Parade Blanket Crochet Pansy Free Pattern

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Afghan And Pillow Set Pansy Crochet Pattern

Spring is in bloom inside your home with the Afghan And Pillow Set. These early blooming flowers are some of the first to brighten flower gardens in the spring. Now you can enjoy them all year with this delicate throw and matching pillow made from worsted-weight yarn. The crochet pansy flowers are made separately and sewn onto the quilt for a gorgeous afghan.

Afghan And Pillow Set Pansy Crochet Pattern

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Dimensions Scarf Afghan

This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to make a textured stitch that goes very well with many colors used. Also it's a very warm stitch that you can turn into a very warm scarf or afghan. Pattern comes with pictures and video tutorials for both right and left handed.

Dimensions Scarf Afghan

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Falling Petals Afghan

Do you love texture in your crochet blankets? Then you will absolutely love this afghan with a 3d stitch. I named it Falling Petals afghan since the stitch looks like petals are falling in a line. The stitch is a variation of the shell stitch and is easy to work up. I used 3 colors for this afghan but I think it will be gorgeous in a single color with some tassels attached to the end as well. Try it and make it your own.Falling Petals Afghan

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Crochet Scrap Blanket

A crochet scrap blanket is meant to use up your scrap yarn that you don't have a particular use for. This blanket uses corner to corner stitches and seaming together to create a beautiful chevron pattern. Use all the colors you have in your yarn stash to make this colorful throw blanket. First, make strips of corner to corner in varying colors. Last, sew the strips together to make the chevron pattern. It is a great mindless project!Crochet Scrap Blanket

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Pretty in Pink with Petals

  • DESIGNED by See Love Share

Pink blankets are just timeless and simply classic. Take a look at this gorgeous and so simply blankie by See Love Share on the pictures below! It's beautifully embellished with textured crochet flowers in an amazing shade of grey (which goes perfectly with pink).

Pretty in Pink with Petals

PHOTOS by See Love Share / Ravelry.com

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Chic Colorful Granny Square Throw

This Chic Colorful Granny Square Throw has a modern look and it was so much fun to make. Full directions for the pattern, plus a video tutorial on how to complete the invisible join for a granny square. This throw would be nice for a baby too. I love the modern look so much, that it is on display as part of my home decor. This is an easy way to let the crochet pattern highlight the granny squares rather than the method used for joining. It takes a bit of time, but the end result looks very nice.Video tutorials on the invisible join, how to crochet a granny square, and how to change colors in a granny square.Chic Colorful Granny Square Throw

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Pansy Pizza

However, if you think Christmas needs a little more summer, why not make this pizza-inspired floral gem? Thus, you can demonstrate that a flower wall hanger can be summery in the winter.Pansy Pizza

The original pattern and the photos are available on Look At What I Made blog:

Pansy Pizza