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HBC Grey-Scale Inspired Blanket

The Hudson's Bay Company was founded in Canada in the 1600's and still endures today. With its iconic colours (and its more modern, turn of the new millennium, grey-scale) it's "stripe spotting" branding is known worldwide. For my blanket I opted to use the grey-scale as it fits nicely with the colour scheme I plan to use in my little boys room. The pattern would also look wonderful in the vintage HBC colours! Give it a go!!! If you make one please share a picture; I would love to see it!

HBC Grey-Scale Inspired Blanket

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Marian Bay Throw

"Create your own stylish sofa / lounge throw with the free Marian Bay Throw Pattern. Made with chunky/bulky weight yarn, and 6.5mm hook this pattern works up quickly while watching a couple of your favourite movies. Suitable for beginners, this throw is made using a combination of double and treble crochet stitches to create a raised textured effect similar to the alpine stitch and a sensual feel to the hand. Made in solids, with stripes or colour changing yarn, this pattern looks fabulous every time."Marian Bay Throw

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Green Bay Packers Crochet Afghan

Show your Wisconsin spirit this football season with this Green Bay Packers Crochet Afghan. This free crochet afghan pattern measures about 5 x 7 feet when completed with a border, which is the perfect size for you to keep warm. All you have to do is follow the printable chart for a personal gift to keep for yourself while watching the game or to give to a special football fan in your life.

Green Bay Packers Crochet Afghan

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Hudson Baby Blanket

"If you get tired or frustrated with creating a blanket in rows and turning the whole things around, you’re going to love this pattern. The Hudson blanket is just a bunch of different hexagons in different colors and they’re each made separately. It’s much faster and easier to whip up a stack of smaller shapes than to work on a large blanket. Once all the hexies were made, all I had to do was seam them all together. That step does take a bit longer, but it’s an easy task to do and goes by quickly."Hudson Baby Blanket

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Vintage Rippling Throw Free Crochet Pattern

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 Throw Free Crochet Pattern


Vintage Rippling Blocks/ Stitch –  visit the pattern site.

More details about yarn and tips how to make Vintage Rippling Throw you will find here.

Pretty in Pink with Petals

  • DESIGNED by See Love Share

Pink blankets are just timeless and simply classic. Take a look at this gorgeous and so simply blankie by See Love Share on the pictures below! It’s beautifully embellished with textured crochet flowers in an amazing shade of grey (which goes perfectly with pink).

Pretty in Pink with Petals

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