This fun, summery pineapple graphghan comes in three different styles. The free crochet pattern is available only in graph form, there are no written patterns. There are three different PDFs to choose from. One features a plain pineapple design. The second design features a custom monogram that you can personalize with your own initial. This includes a page of monograms to choose from. And the thirds graph has extra space below the pineapple where you can add a personal name.
This free crochet pattern comes in graph form. There are no written instructions. The design features an adorable crab playing happily at the beach. If you're unfamiliar with crochet a graph you can find two articles within this blog post that go into more details about three different ways that a graph can be crocheted- HDC, Bobble, and c2c. If using the c2c method this graph will work up to a pretty good sized medium or throw sized blanket.
This graph is large at 66 x 100 tiles. Depending on the yarn, hook, and stitch that you choose, this blanket could easily be large enough for a bed. Not up for the challenge? I've also designed a smaller version. The free pdf file includes a full sized version of the graph and also a 4 part breakdown. Since this graph is so large you may choose to print it out in four sections so that the tiles are larger and easier to see.
"Celebrate the wild animals in all their beauty with this fantastic Wildlife Graphghan made of 20 corner to corner (C2C) animal blocks that are joined together! It is amazing how versatile this blanket can be when using different background colors and different placements of the animal blocks! Each animal block is available as written instructions and chart! You can also make smaller blanket sizes when using less animal squares. Just pick the C2C animal squares of your choice, mix and match, then stitch them together with an invisible seam! A ribbed border around the blanket will complete the look. You can also use each of these animal squares to make pillowcases. "
"If you have wanted to try C2C crochet (or making a graphghan, if that's what you like to call it) for a while, but never really knew how to start? Were you a little afraid that C2C would be very difficult? Then the harlequin blanket may be right up your alley! The crochet pattern explains the basics of C2C crochet (with some nifty sources) and you can follow the graph to make this beautiful blanket. The finished size is 85 cm wide and 130 cm long (33.5 inch x 51 inch)."
The primrose blanket is a floral design, perfect for cooling summer evenings but also great as a crib blanket or stroller blanket. Its made out of a slowly variegating yarn and a constant colour, used for joining and bordering. The variegating yarn will make each flower unique, and together they form a summery blanket! This pattern calls for 5 skeins of Scheepjeswol Invicta colour, and 4 skeins of Invicta extra. It is worked with a 3,0 mm crochet needle. The pattern is join-as-you-go, so you can choose to work up a few motives first, but if thats not your cup of tea you can also choose to add new motives to the growing blanket immediately. The choice is yours! The finished blanket measures 80 x 120 cm. However, with a couple of extra skeins you can easily make a large blanket. The joining and border are both modular and will accomodate every size. So no worries!