Add a vintage vibe to your home with Grandma's Favorite Wobble Afghan. This free crochet pattern was inspired by a very old photograph and the finished product definitely has a retro feel to it. Use any colors you want to work up this multicolored afghan. Each row is worked in a different color and is a great stashbuster project because of this. A total of 2900 yards of worsted weight yarn is needed to work up this crochet afghan.
The Retro Blanket is a beautifully simple take on the basketweave stitch with a textured border to give a pop of colour. It’s perfect for either boys or girls for the on trend gender-neutral look at the moment. The Retro Baby Blanket is made in soft, washable yarn and fun retro colours, and this basketweave stitch blanket is a must for any new arrival. Made from a central panel and a cute textured edging, the blanket grows in no time at all.
"Indulge your inner Flower Child with this modern take on 70’s Retro Crochet! You will need approx. 1700 – 1800m of DK weight yarn to make a blanket that is the given size below. You can also use a different yarn weight to make a smaller or larger blanket, using a matching hook – bear in mind your yardage requirements will vary. You can make a larger blanket by adding more multiples, details given in notes. Flexible pattern and perfect stash buster! Includes detailed picture tutorial and a chart with order of colours - row by row."
The Serenity Blanket is a beautiful summery throw style blanket! Use this blanket as decor in your home or take it out for a picnic at the park! The Serenity Blanket crochet pattern is made using cotton worsted (#4) weight yarn in up to 6 different colors of your choice. I used I Love This Cotton! from Hobby Lobby. It’s a nice soft cotton and a true worsted weight. You will need approximately 1,710 yards total. For the main color you’ll need around 360 yards, and for each contrasting color you’ll need around 270 yards. The throw is approximately 58″ x 42″, but the pattern comes with the multiples used to create a blanket in any size you prefer. This pattern is rated Easy in pattern difficulty. It is a very repetitive and simple stitch combo.
Secondly, this VERY vintage ripple blanket is an absolute gem. It will indisputably, help you build that maison-de-grand-mère spirit in your home. Moreover, this will be a great classic touch in a modern home as well, not just in a quaint 300 year old cottage.
Vintage Rippling Blocks/ Stitch – visit the pattern site.
More details about yarn and tips how to make Vintage Rippling Throw you will find here.
The Vintage Nursery Blanket is a a great on the go summer project. Make each 12 inch square separately and then seam them all together in your favorite way,to make an elegant retro blanket. This project uses elements of Tunisian and regular crochet. Learn the basic Tunisian Knit stitch along with double and single crochet stitches. The model blanket was made with a vintage baby yarn but you can substitute any baby sport yarn to make this blanket all your own.