Todd's Blanket

Todd’s Blanket is a free crochet pattern using a simple single crochet, paired with the very trendy, and popular jumbo weight yarn and US50/25mm hook! I made this blanket for my fiance for Valentine's Day gift. He has been wanting one of those arm knit blankets for about two years now, and I haven’t made him one because of the crazy cost in yarn, and inconvenience in having to order online, but just before Valentine’s Day, I found myself browsing around Michael’s, and I came across jumbo weight yarn – woo!

Todd's Blanket

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Jumbo Blanket Pattern

"DESCRIPTION The Koma Kulshan blanket is ~45 inches by ~60 inches; standard throw blanket size. It's perfect for curling up on the couch with or laying across the end of your bed. I made my Koma Kulshan Blanket with Premier Yarns Couture Jazz Yarn in Mist; a lovely neutral that is surprisingly bright and cheerful. MATERIALS Premier Yarns Couture Jazz (Weight: 7/jumbo – 81.5 yds, 500g) 4 skeins needed or 2 kg of yarn for blanket pattern (definitely go for the 500g skeins, I was short one ball and had to run out and buy five 100g skeins and it’s just too short to deal with!) Size U (25mm) crochet hook - Furls Crochet makes some beautiful jumbo hooks that you should definitely check out ABBREVIATIONS ch: chain st: stitch sk: skip sl st: slip stitch fsc: foundation single crochet (tutorial) hdc: half-double crochet"Jumbo Blanket Pattern

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No Beginning Chain Crazy Block Afghan

This No Beginning Chain Crazy Block Afghan doesn't require finding chain stitches, even in the first row. The fun zig zag pattern makes this crochet blanket not only quick and easy, but also really fun and stylish. Work it up in five different sizes for every member of the family to enjoy at any time of year. This is definitely a new kind of crochet blanket to add to your collection just because it is so fun and unique.No Beginning Chain Crazy Block Afghan

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Crazy Ripple Blanket

Use up leftover yarn with this Crazy Ripple Blanket. Let your imagination go crazy as you complete this free crochet afghan pattern. Use light worsted weight yarn to complete this cozy blanket. The pattern is presented as patterns to create the individual sections because the design can be customized and created as you go. Construction guidelines are also included in the instructions.Crazy Ripple Blanket

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Soft And Sweet Textured Velvet Crochet Blanket

"This soft and sweet textured velvet crochet blanket feels like it should be used in an expensive hotel SPA. Use modern crochet stitches paired with Bernat Baby Velvet yarn to crochet this luxurious throw. Soft and Squishy Afghan The combination of front post double crochet and back post double crochet paired with this silky yarn create a soft and squishy Afghan. When my daughter ran her hands across this blanket, she snuggled her face against the yarn. She said the fluffy and soft blanket was the plushest feeling one yet. We think it is because of the added texture created by the crochet stitches and the fluffy yarn. Pair this bulky yarn with the right stitch and you have a winner. The pattern is a two-row repeat consisting of a row of single crochet, which ads a bit of stability to the entire project. The next row uses a special stitch pattern alternating the front post double crochet and back post double crochet stitches."Soft And Sweet Textured Velvet Crochet Blanket

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Tiny Royal Baby Blanket

Few months ago, I was browsing Pinterest, and I came across this new crochet technique called the Element CAL. what does it mean? I didn't know then, but I liked it so much that I started crocheting immediately, following the tutorial videos by: itsallinanutshell.com, which I thank so much for the gorgeous Element CAL design and clear instructions. This technique needs concentration at first, nevertheless, with time your work will go smoothly. I had a small bag full of cotton yarn (catania and alize), so I wanted to make a project inspired by the Element CAL pattern, and now I proudly present to you my Tiny Royal Baby Blanket. Materials Yarn: Schachenmayer, Catania, 100% cotton, yarn weight: sport. 50 g/ 1.75 oz. 125 m/ 137 yds. one skein of each: anthrazit 429, denim 421, jade 253 and gold 249. Alize, cotton baby, 50% cotton, 50% acrylic. classical unbrushed, 100 g/ 3.53 oz. 270 m/295 yds. color 13. 2 skeins. Crochet Hook: US: E-4, 3.5 mm. Tapestry needleTiny Royal Baby Blanket

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