LET IT SNOW CROCHET BLANKET & PILLOW
This Let is Snow Polar Bear blanket is worked corner to corner. I use the traditional method of making three double crochets for each square. This pattern was the first corner to corner project where I followed the written instructions instead of the graph. I had printed the graph on one page and it was too small. I was able to figure out how to split the graph over 4 pages for you guys so you'll have both options. Happy crocheting!
This Snow Queen Blanket is the perfect pattern to make for the cold winter months. It's made using bulky yarn, so not only is it warm and cozy to use, but it works up quickly, as well. The lacy shells of this crocheted afghan give it a light and delicate look despite the bulky yarn. You'll feel like a queen as you sit in your living room watching the snow fall.
I love how this chunky blanket in the pictures below was made using creme yarn, because it allows the texture to really stand out, don't you think? What's more, it makes the ultimate, timeless baby gift. But watch out, once you feel how soft it is, there's no way you won't want to make one for yourself too!
"This throw was inspired by freshly snowed on fields and different marks that can be found on such blank canvas, be it regular pattern of shoes soles, car tires or strange and wonderful animal marks. The yarn gives off slight sheen reminiscent of freshly snowed on fields reflecting the morning winter sun. Similar bulky weight yarns may be substituted; please check gauge. Beginning ch 2 does NOT count as stitch in Celtic weave st pattern. Beginning ch 2 DOES count as stitch in Waffle st pattern. Pompoms are added in each corner at the end. "
This chunky crochet blanket pattern makes a perfect timeless baby gift, but once you feel how soft it is, there's no way you won't want to make one for yourself too! It's chunky. It's delicate. It's modern. It's classic. What more could you ask for in an afghan? Yes, it also feels like it's made of clouds!