C2C Barn Quilt Blanket
The Diamond Quilt C2C Graphgan is a crochet pixel blanket pattern with a modern look that features (almost) all the colors of Caron Little Crafties! Or you can use all those special odds and ends of your favorite colors and remember your favorite past projects - like a real quilt! Of course, I also needed a background yarn - and Caron Simply Soft is the perfect yarn to combine with the Little Crafties! I chose white, but I think this blanket would be amazing with black or gray as the backdrop for the diamonds. Just switch out the black or gray diamonds with the white Little Crafties skein! Both written instructions and a graph are included. I tried to match the colors in the graph to the actual yarn colors and create a random-ish arrangement, but of course, you can rearrange these colors however you like!
Look at these pictures and you will see most beautiful part of vintage design. Pretty fabric squares and crochet are combined for this beautiful quilt. It's a beautiful piece that's sized for a baby blanket. It also will be gorgeous draped over a table or across the back of the sofa. You can also make it larger and display it on your bed over a solid colored bed spread. If you can quilt and crochet, you can make fusion like this easy, because the High Tea Fusion Quilt Free Crochet Pattern and Video Tutorial can help you understand everything easily. You can make changes in design and choose any design of material and colors as you like. Enjoy.
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Create this heavy-weight, quilt-like crochet blanket with just one simple stitch and simple seaming techniques! This quilt has also been designed to be a slow make.
This takes a lot of time. Its not something you can work up in a week. But there's something so rewarding about putting so much time and effort into such a beautiful make.
This beautiful baby blanket was styled to mimic a rag quilt. If you're not familiar with rag quilts, you should look them up. They really are amazing and also a basic and easier version of a detailed quilt. Each solid granny square has holes in the shape of an "X" the same way that the stitching would be on a traditional rag quilt square. The light ruffling around each square is sweet without being geared too much toward a girl's blanket. This pattern is easy and contains many pictures. It uses chains, single crochets, half double crochets and double crochets.