This incredible baby blanket is just a true classic and timeless design, that will not only last you for ages, but will also be a sweet reminder of your baby’s childhood. And above all, you can easily adjust the size of this blanket to match your preferences. I hope you’ll give this one a try, it’s totally worth it!
Photo is by Dedri Uys / Ravelry.com
I absolutely love the colors in this one, because I think that purple, yellow and great really work amazing together. It’s a classic project, that will embellish your home no matter if your style is more vintage or modern, therefore you really have to try this one!
Photo is by Tonya Bush / Ravelry.com
I have been teaching beginners (read: novice/first time crocheters) to crochet for a couple of years. My favorite projects are any that include a super bulky yarn and a 15 mm hook. Why? These projects can be started and finished in one class and the beginner can leave with a hat on their head (or a cowl around their neck). I designed this blanket with the true beginner in mind. Maybe you took a class, or a friend taught you the single crochet. You’ve made a stack of hats, but you want more! This is the project for you. You will learn the four basic stitches and how to work in rows (working in rows is a beginner skill, but I don’t like teaching it for a first time crocheter). I have added notes here and there to help guide you and give you an understanding on the basics of pattern-reading. I have also included a full photo tutorial for each stitch to help you along your way.
The blanket is made in the shape of a large square. Its size is 102cm x 102cm. You can zoom in or out. It all depends on what project you need. The pattern is created quite quickly. Read the tutorial and learn new creation techniques. A blanket is the best decoration that will quickly change the interior design of your interior. Good luck!
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Charlotte’s Sunshine Blanket Free Crochet Pattern is here
How pretty is this crochet throw in the pictures below, right? It’s made by Allybobbless and I’m amazed at how intricate and detailed it is. It really looks like stained glass and I’m living for it! If you want to decorate your living room of bed, this project will do more than fine!
This amazing, sunny blanket really does look like the most beautiful sunshine. It’s so delicate and lacy – I can imagine it becoming a sweet reminder or childhood. Moreover, you can easily pass it on from generation to generation.
Photo is by Ash & Co / Ravelry.com