This child's blanket can brighten up your home, or serve as a throw for an adult. This blanket was designed to fit the size requirements for Project Night Night's Night Night Packages for homeless children. Skills used: Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet, Working in rows, Increasing, decreasing by skipping stitches, and crocheting into chain spaces.
This show-stopping motif blanket features 6-petal mayapple flowers. A self-striping yarn does all the colorwork for you, so there are fewer ends to weave in on this colorful, motif project. This pattern is also available as part of a kit on Bluprint (formerly Craftsy). Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting in the round, increasing, skipping stitches, crocheting in chain spaces, joining motifs Special stitches: cdc and pf (with written explanation in pattern) Skill Level Easy Finished Sizes Stroller Blanket (Baby Blanket, Child’s Blanket, Throw). Stroller Blanket: 23” (58.5 cm) wide x 30.25” (77 cm) long. Baby Blanket: 37.5” (95 cm) square. Child’s Blanket: 44.75” (113.5 cm) wide x 52” (132 cm) long. Throw: 52” (132 cm) square. Materials Sprightly Spectrum Worsted yarn (50% acrylic/50% wool, 3.5 oz/100 g/190 yd/174 m) - 5 (10, 13, 18) skeins in 506-005 Mai Tai, or approximately 881 yd (1781 yd, 2956 yd, 3,420 yd/805.5 m (1628.5 m, 2602.5 m, 3,127 m) in any medium weight yarn. US Size I-9/5.5 mm crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge. Yarn needle. Gauge Motif = 7.25” (18.5 cm) square in pattern. Exact gauge is not critical for this project"
"Beautiful modern throw with a simple pattern repeat in large stripes which will keep you engaged all the way to the end. The stripes can be made in many different color combinations but the gray and white combo will match almost any home decor. Soft worsted weight yarn gives the blanket body, but the open v-stitch sections make it a lighter weight blankets. Skills to know include half double crochets, double crochets, chains, skipping stitches and working in chain spaces."
The Fast Care Package Throw is colorful, fun, and very fast to crochet - which makes it perfect for care packages! Whether it's a homesick kid off at college or a friend going through a hard time, sending love you can literally wrap yourself up in is always a very good thing. There are several tricks that make the Fast Care Package Throw so fast to crochet! First and foremost, it's made with 3 strands of yarn all held together. Use all the same color or mix and match to customize this throw! Secondly, the fringe is built right in, so there's no border or edging to make and no ends to weave in. Let's say that again: No. Ends. At. All. Love that! All you do is crochet, cut, and turn - and before you know it, you'll have a Fast Care Package Throw to send to someone special!
A raised center makes this floral granny square stand out. This is one of 36 free crochet patterns for 6 (15 cm) squares by 30 different designers included in the Mystery Lapghan Crochet-A-Long. This pattern includes photo tutorials for the special stitches. Skills used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Working in rounds, increasing, joining new colors, working in chain spaces, working in the back loop Special stitches: beg-cl, cdc, cl, FPsc (with written explanation and photo tutorials included in pattern)
Easily create this Modern Baroque Design Crochet Throw. Pair the intricate yarn colors with a textured crochet stitch for a beautiful ornate looking throw. If you love modern baroque interior designs and style, this blanket will fit in your home decor nicely. This crochet blanket pattern will be a treasured heirloom for years to come. Use two versions of the v stitch to achieve a beautiful look and feel. This pattern is a four-row repeat to create the luxurious crochet pattern. Each row is starts with a Chainless starting stitch. For instance, use the Chainless Double Crochet rather than a Chain 3. Use the Chainless Single Crochet rather than a Chain 1. Use Stitch Markers after each four-row repeat. This will help be able to tell what row pattern you are on when you pick your work back up. Special Stitches Used V Stitch: (DC, CH 1, DC) into the same stitch 2 DC - V Stitch: (2 DC, CH 1, 2 DC) into the same stitch.