Hygge is a dutch word for comfort, cosiness and safety. And I must admit, these are the perfect words to describe this beautiful blanket, because not only are the colors amazing, but also the whole project is so gorgeous!
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The Cozy Hygge Blanket Wrap is a fast and easy crochet pattern that you are going to love making and love wearing even more! This isn’t your traditional triangle shawl, so you can also call it a blanket scarf. Either way you're going to want to wrap yourself up in this cozy rectangular blanket shawl the moment you're finished making it. This modern design only uses one simple stitch because we're letting the yarn do all of the work for us (more on that later!). The materials you will need to complete this pattern are: Red Heart Hygge Yarn (5oz.) - 7 skeins in Cloud 8mm crochet hook Tapestry needle
This is one of my favorite stitch patterns to use and it makes such a beautiful gift for an expecting mother. Recently, I learned how to make the linen stitch, which is also called the moss stitch, granite stitch, and the woven stitch. Once you learn the techniques, the crochet projects are endless. Today, though, we will be making the modern heirloom baby afghan and it is super easy.This baby afghan has a modern look to it, but at the same time, is a beautiful blanket to pass on as an heirloom-if it lasts that long. There is a row-by-row color list, as well as, a video tutorial of how to complete the stitch. Learn how to crochet over the end stitches for a finished look. Very easy to achieve.
This Pemberley Heirloom Baby Girl Blanket Crochet Pattern is so dainty and elegant. It's delicate stitch pattern and scallop edge are the perfect combination. Add a pretty ribbon and tie a bow to complete this beautiful blanket.
Handmade baby blankets are a thoughtful gift for anyone expecting a child. This pattern makes a delicate lace fabric that would be perfect for an heirloom baby blanket. You could of course choose to make a throw and increase your foundation chain to make a larger version too. This blanket measures: 35 Inches X 42 Inches and if you would like to make it larger (or smaller) you can adapt your foundation chain to a multiple of 5 plus 3.
However, if what you're after is a traditional design, full of lace, cables, puffs and shells, then this heirloom baby blanket is just the thing for you. To summarize, it uses many stitches, and is probably addressed to more advanced crocheters. Although, if you want to challenge yourself or simplify with repeated stitches there is room for that as well.