This lapghan has an attached pocket for anything you'd like. It's the perfect size for a wallet, cell phone or camera. It even has ties on the end, which makes it ideal for anyone in a wheel chair.
However, this next Catherine’s wheel stitch blanket is a totally different approach and shows off that this stitch is not a one trick pony, and that it can be used in a great variety of projects.
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I love cosying up under a blanket or throw to read a book, watch an old movie or just have a cup of tea! Crochet this simple, two row repeat, ripple lapghan which is just the right size for keeping warm while curled up on the sofa. Perfect for confident beginners or if you are looking for a simple but classic project. This pattern uses a chunky yarn to make a warm but lightweight lapghan. The use of one colour throughout the project makes for a modern look with a hint of retro vintage. The acrylic yarn chosen is inexpensive but beautifully soft.
Using the classic chevron pattern, I designed this solid color lapghan that you can work up quickly and keep your lap warm when working at a desk or sitting in your favorite chair. It is also a wonderful pattern to work for someone who is in a wheelchair and doesn’t need the full size afghan. I decided to use the peephole chevron stitch for this pattern because I wanted something with more drape and that felt a little more open. Since I was using one color and a super soft yarn, I wanted to have those peepholes in the pattern to give it a bit of interest.