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Bubble Burst Blanket

The bubble burst blanket is great fun for children for both playtime and bedtime. It has rows of large bubbles to burst and the blanket border has smaller bubbles the also pop out. The large bubbles are made by making individual squares which are crocheted together during the project (no-sew). The smaller bubbles on the blanket border are made using the popcorn stitch (instructions included). You can make the blanket as small or as big as you like by simply adding or removing squares. Aran/worsted (weight 4) yarn. I used ‘Stylecraft Special Aran’ in the following colours and approximate amounts: Red: 393m/430yd Yellow: 196m/215yd Pink: 196m/215yd Green: 196m/215yd Orange: 196m/215yd Purple: 196m/215yd Blue: 196m/215yd Total: 1568m/1720yd Supplies you will need: – Crochet hook 5mm – Sewing needle – Aran/worsted yarn – Scissors Recommend skill level is easy/intermediate. The pattern is written in USA terminology. You will need to know basic crochet stitches (sc, hdc, dc, tr) as well as the popcorn stitch. Instructions for the popcorn stitch are included. Finished sizes Individual square - L13cm x W13cm Complete blanket: L95cm x W82cm 

Bubble Burst Blanket

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Rainbow C2c Afghan

Grab your scrap basket, pull out all those colorful yarns, and crochet a gorgeous C2C throw for yourself or as a gift. If you have worked a corner-to-corner pattern before, you know what a quick and easy stitch it is. The versatility of C2C crochet also makes it a popular project. If you have never attempted it, here's your chance to try. You'll love it! Skill level: Easy Finished item measures approximately 55" square. Instructions are also given for the same blanket in baby or sport weight yarn with a white cloud border. Baby blanket measures approximately 37" square. Skill level: Easy Materials: Worsted weight yarn: Baby/sport yarn: 1.5 oz. red 1 oz. pink 5 oz. orange 2 oz. peach 7 oz. yellow 2.5 oz. yellow 8 oz. green 3 oz. green 13.5 oz. blue 4.5 oz. baby blue 8.5 oz. purple 4 oz. lavender 3 oz. white Size J (6.0 mm) crochet hook Size G (4.0 mm) crochet hook Yarn needle

Rainbow C2c Afghan

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Ombre Bubble Baby Blanket

"This blanket has great texture and color all using basic stitches and color-changing yarn - Red Heart Super Saver Ombre in Violet. Perfect for beginners and experienced crocheters alike. Video tutorial included along with written instructions. Blanket can easily be made in a larger size for adults. Need a gift for an upcoming baby shower? This is the project for you - works up quickly and you'll love how the yarn does the work for you to create the beautiful gradual color changes."Ombre Bubble Baby Blanket

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Cluster Burst Afghan

It's not uncommon to have a giant pile of yarn scraps and not know what to do with them. Try this Cluster Burst Afghan crochet pattern that is colorful, fun, and easy to work up with those tiny pieces of yarn! Each little granny square doesn't use that much yarn by itself, but the effect of the whole afghan is spectacular. The colors really do burst out at you from the neutral-hued background, which makes this crochet afghan pattern a great accent piece for your living room or bedroom. Use your weekend to create this fun scrappy afghan.Cluster Burst Afghan

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Four Seasons Blanket

"This fun and colorful Four Seasons crochet blanket is made up of four separate corner to corner (c2c) graphs: winter, spring, summer & fall. After crocheting each graph, you simply sew them together and add a border. It's super easy! You'll need worsted weight yarn in white, blue, green, yellow and orange. You'll also need an I 5.5mm crochet hook, a tapestry needle and supplies (blocking boards, pins & a spray bottle) for blocking your crochet."Four Seasons Blanket

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Blue Skies Granny Squares Baby Blanket

"This blue skies granny squares baby blanket uses three complimenting colors for this lovely little blanket. Finish the look with an easy crochet border. I love making granny squares. Twenty Granny Squares to a Beautiful Baby Blanket This entire blanket is made from granny squares that use two different colors. The first color is worked for the first four rounds. The second color is worked for two rounds. There are ten of each granny square for a total of 20 squares. On the Go Pattern A granny square pattern can be worked on just about anywhere. They are small enough to stash inside a pretty bag with the yarn and your crochet supplies. Then when you have enough made, just seam them together. The granny square is one of the most easy and versatile crochet patterns around. "Blue Skies Granny Squares Baby Blanket

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