This week, I have a fun and colorful crochet blanket pattern to share with you. I used a crochet Lego blanket pattern to make my little nephew his dream blanket and I'm so happy to finally show you how it turned out. This is an awesome pattern if you prefer to work in smaller blocks and join those pieces together for a finished blanket, which I sometimes find easier than working with a lot of stitches at once.
When I started designing the Dream Puffs Crochet Blanket, I thought it would be a baby blanket - but this stitch is so darn squishy I decided it's for everybody! So here is the Dream Puffs Crochet Blanket free crochet pattern in 5 sizes - you're going to love cuddling up in this one! The Dream Puffs Crochet Blanket uses this fantastic V-stitch and puff stitch combo move that makes for an easy pattern to memorize that creates tons of texture, loft, and warmth. The lovely color changes are created by using two colorways of Lion Brand Scarfie - a self-striping yarn worked in stripes! I used two colorways with a lot in common, but I can't wait to see what combos you all come up with!
Having my own yarn line has always been my dream. When Red Heart gave me the opportunity for that dream to come true I was elated. Now that I have my dream I wanted to make your crochet dreams come true with this beautiful corner-2-corner heirloom Chic Sheep Day Dream Blanket. Choose the color place of your choice, or use the pattern I used, and play around with all 24 colors of Chic Sheep. Chic Sheep by Marly Bird is 100% Merino Wool.
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"The Percy Pig baby blanket has been on my list for a while to do and i really love how the pattern has turned out with all those cute little piggy faces! It did take some time trying to get the ears and the nose right though mind you but after changing it a couple of times i am actually really happy how this turned out even though it ended up a lot bigger then what i originally planned! For this crochet filet blanket pattern i used Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran for the main part of the blanket in the color Paper White, this is a filet crochet blanket pattern meaning the crochet pattern is worked in double crochet stitches and chain spaces to create a design like this, this is quite an easy pattern to follow and i have added an extra bonus in the paid pattern that will make it much quicker to work up instead of reading the pattern line by line."
This Leaping Stripes and Blocks Blanket Free Crochet Pattern is really a great project. It is so colorful and happy and a great way to use up your leftover yarns. It takes the typical striped crochet blanket to a whole new level. It uses Snuggle Stitch which is such a lovely and interesting stitch. The stitch is suitable for all types of afghans / blankets. The size of the blanket is very flexible. It can be expanded from preemie size all the way up to fit a king-size bed, so you can use this pattern to fit any afghan crochet need. It works up really quickly too. Thanks Meet Me At Mikes sharing this free pattern. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
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