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Transpire Blanket

The Transpire Blanket has a lovely open stitch to it will a couple of rows of double crochet stitches in between so the lacy style isn’t too open. The Transpire Blanket uses simple crochet stitches so it isn’t hard for a beginner to understand. This free blanket pattern is in a baby blanket size but in the paid pattern I have included the multiples so you can make it in any size that you would prefer and with your ideal yarn

Transpire Blanket

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Timeless Lacy Shell Crochet Blanket

This timeless lacy shell crochet blanket is simple but has an elegant touch. Alternating the colored yarn with white really helps make this throw lovely. I must admit, this is a pattern I fell in love with so much that I made two right away. This pattern size is wonderful for a small throw or blanket. However, it would be an heirloom crochet project as a larger afghan. The pattern is a repeat of rows 2-5. It is ideal to end with the stitch pattern on row 3 as this will provide a nice foundation to even out the work on the next row. There are just a few special stitches; the v-stitch, and the shell stitch. The edge consists of the single crochet and double crochet. In total, just a but shy of five skeins were used for this baby blanket.Timeless Lacy Shell Crochet Blanket

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Lacy Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

"The Lightly Lacy Baby Blanket crochet pattern gives you a blanket that’s neither too fancy nor too plain. It strikes a great balance right in the middle making it a lovely pattern to use for any baby. Plus, you can easily adjust the size and make it a throw for your own living room. This lacy blanket doesn’t require fancy stitches or even hard stitch combos. The main body of the blanket is made by repeating a single crochet, chain 3, single crochet combo."Lacy Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

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Light and Lacy Crochet Baby Blanket

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. Light and Lacy Crochet Baby Blanket

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Tried and True Beginner Blanket

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.Tried and True Beginner Blanket

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Bobble Ripple Baby Blanket

The Bobble Ripple Baby Blanket is absolutely adorable and i can’t wait for you to try it out! Years ago i made a bobble ripple baby blanket and released it on an old crochet blog but i have revamped it and made it with two strands of Stylecraft Special DK so it has now become a chunky blanket and it is so cute! I found making it chunkier the bobbles really pop and it made it even more quicker to crochet. You may recognize this stitch as i made a shawl out of it a while ago called the Bobble Ripple Shawl and this shawl has been very popular with Truly Crochet readers. The PDF paid version of this pattern features the multiples so you can crochet this blanket in whatever size you would like and in whatever weight yarn that you like!Bobble Ripple Baby Blanket

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