This Snow Queen Blanket is the perfect pattern to make for the cold winter months. It's made using bulky yarn, so not only is it warm and cozy to use, but it works up quickly, as well. The lacy shells of this crocheted afghan give it a light and delicate look despite the bulky yarn. You'll feel like a queen as you sit in your living room watching the snow fall.
A vintage-inspired squishy soft baby blanket using a lace shell repeat pattern. A light and airy baby blanket that is suitable for Summer but also for keeping a small baby cosy and swaddled. Measurements 23.5in x 29in 60 x 71cm unblocked.
You can use any DK Weight/Light Worsted Weight yarn to make this blanket – approx. 800m.You can also use a different yarn weight to make a smaller or larger blanket, using a matching hook but keep in mind your yardage requirements will vary. Instructions are given to make the blanket pictured in this pattern. You can make a smaller or larger blanket by chaining a shorter or longer chain.
Rest like royalty with The Queen's Jewels Throw, a crochet afghan pattern with an elegant look. This free crochet afghan pattern features a unique wavy pattern. Make this throw to add a regal look to your living room or bedroom. It's perfect for the holiday season, especially if you make it in jewel tones. You'll love this luxurious throw that will make you feel like a queen.
This Wavy Squares Crocheted Afghan features a classic ripple pattern with a twist - it has beautiful lacy crochet squares throughout the pattern. Use light worsted weight cotton yarn to complete this crochet afghan pattern. Girly enough for a little girls room and elegant enough for the formal living room, this crocheted blanket is versatile for any room of your home.
This Light and Lacy Crochet Baby Blanket uses multiple colors in single skeins, so it could be perfect for your next scrapbuster project. The pattern of this crochet baby blanket lets your baby have the heat they need in the winter and the air they need in the summer. Because it works all year round, this quick and easy project is a must-have in your collection of baby crochet patterns. Spoil your little one by working up this light and lacy crochet baby blanket.
Instead of making one big square blanket, you can add more colours by replicating the pattern and making small squares. It will give you an elegant and colourful blanket with an almost flourish-looking motif. Helpful tips on how to make and join squares are linked below the photos. You will also find info about the edging used.
The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on Ravelry:
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