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Crochet Lego Building Block Blanket Pattern

Crochet Lego Building Block Blanket PatternUsing approx 3000 yds of weight 5 yarn, you can crochet a beautiful blanket any little building block fan will love! The pattern is easy even for beginners. This blanket fits across the top of a twin bed as seen in the picture.

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Crochet Lego Emmet Blanket Pattern

Crochet Lego Emmet Blanket PatternAny Lego Movie fan would love an Emmet blanket. The graph can be used to complete blanket in corner to corner method, graphgan or even needle point.

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Crochet Lego Blanket Pattern

Crochet Lego Blanket PatternThese Lego blocks are really popular. Using the bobble stitch, you can make an adorable crochet blanket for yourself or a child - just whip up these motifs in varying colors and stitch them together!

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Crochet Lego Block Blanket Pattern

Crochet Lego Block Blanket PatternThis pattern includes instructions and chart to make a 3D block blanket. This pattern can be adapted for various sizing, and includes instructions for baby blanket and throw sizes.

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Crochet All-In-One Lego Blanket Pattern

Crochet All-In-One Lego Blanket PatternIf you’re not a fan of making loads of individual blocks to be joined together, this is just the right pattern for you! In this pattern, you will find two ways of making the blanket; either truly all-in-one or, if you want to have isolated color blocks, a pattern for long strips of blocks to join later(that can be done as you go along).

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Lego Baby Blanket Pattern

Lego Baby Blanket PatternThis week, I have a fun and colorful crochet blanket pattern to share with you. I used a crochet Lego blanket pattern to make my little nephew his dream blanket and I'm so happy to finally show you how it turned out. This is an awesome pattern if you prefer to work in smaller blocks and join those pieces together for a finished blanket, which I sometimes find easier than working with a lot of stitches at once.

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