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Crochet Bundle Up Candy Dots Blanket

Crochet Bundle Up Candy Dots BlanketI couldn't resist making another Candy Dots blanket with all of these fun Bernat Bundle Up colors! I've loved this yarn since it first came out earlier this year, so I was very excited when I finally got my hands on all these different colors. Bernat Bundle Up is a 100% polyester yarn that is so soft and snuggly and I love the way it works up for baby blankets!

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Snuggly Crochet Baby Blanket With Moss Stitch

"Crochet Baby Blanket patterns are one of my favorite things to make. There are so many Crochet Stitch variations you can try out for making a crocheted blanket. They really work up fast and if you use a Blanket yarn, Chunky or Bulky yarn , then you can whip up one in no time at all. Today am sharing a Quick and easy Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern with Moss Stitch. The moss stitch is similar to Single Crochet with a slight variation. It is worked with chains between single crochet stitches. I have used Blanket Yarn. I love working with these soft chunky yarns. They make these blankets so soft and snuggly. These Snuggly crochet baby blankets are the perfect things to make for newborn babies or baby shower gifts. Materials Used:- Blanket Yarn - Green and Light Brown 7mm Crochet Hook"Snuggly Crochet Baby Blanket With Moss Stitch

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Aqua Polka Dots Baby Blanket

This super simple crocheted baby blanket comes in three sizes lovey, baby blanket and afghan, allowing you to produce the size you want. This Aqua Polka Dots Baby Blanket is worked in single, double and treble crochet, making it easy for a beginner to crochet. One suggestion by the designer is to learn how to crochet the bobble stitch before attempting this pattern. The frilly border makes it a feminine design, but this blanket can be made for both boys and girls.Aqua Polka Dots Baby Blanket

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8" Tapestry Candy Corn Afghan Square

12 months, 12 squares, and lots of fun tapestry designs. The 2018 Tapestry Square Afghan Project is going to be a fun way to try out the technique and make a fun blanket by December. Candy corn might be a bit polarizing, with some people loving it and some people hating it, but you can't deny the iconic look is pretty well-known. If you want to evoke images of kids excited to dress up, bags of candy, and fake spiderwebs strewn across trees, candy corn is the best way to start.

8andquot; Tapestry Candy Corn Afghan Square

Crochet Cotton Candy Fluffy Blanket

"Add a pop of color to any room with this crochet cotton candy fluffy blanket. Easily create this wonderfully soft afghan. It is so soft and cuddly that you will want to snuggle under it all day. This stitch looks equally beautiful on either side which works perfectly when crocheting cozy blankets. I swear the art of crochet has jumped to new soaring heights as there are so many yarn lovers making so many wonderful and beautiful crochet items. It has become the HIP thing to do. One of the most popular handmade items I am seeing right now is the coveted super chunky crochet blanket. Well, this fluffy blanket will not disappoint in the super chunky feel. The yarn is a 5 on the bulky scale. "Crochet Cotton Candy Fluffy Blanket

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Easy Crochet Baby’s First Christmas Blanket

Christmas…what a wonderful time of the year! And I have the perfect blanket pattern for you to make for your baby's first Christmas at home. Cover your baby with all your love in this warm and cozy baby afghan crocheted with a plaid pattern and candy cane border. I designed this Christmas baby blanket to be easy and quick to make, perfect as a baby shower gift or Christmas present. The green, red and white plaid blanket pattern, along with the candy cane border, fits perfectly in your Christmas decorated home. It looks like Christmas confetti scattered on a table!"Easy Crochet Baby’s First Christmas Blanket

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