These shells take a bit to get down, but I really hope I showed you well enough in the tutorials where to put your hook. The pictures I took really didn't do it justice, they look so much more impressive in real life. I really urge anyone to give it a try who's looking for a lacy stitch that pops! This would make a great top, shawl or even an afghan! If you're looking for a lacy stitch this is the one to try.
For this project you will need: HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US YARN: All the scrap yarn colors were worsted weight yarn 4 ply US, 10 ply AU Also the Off white color I used in between as well. I was able to get 10 rows of Off white before I had to change to a new skein. I used 2 and a 1/2 skeins of it, but I didn’t make a border. If you wish to, then I would grab a third. I didn’t want to use much of this color because it’s a scrap yarn afghan and don’t want you to have to go get more yarn. About the color pattern Since this pattern uses scrap yarn, I won’t be telling you which colors to use. I used this color wheel to help me organize my color choices. I’ve never been a fan of the mixed color of scrap yarn afghans so I decided to do mine in a more organized fashion starting with my Maroons, Reds, Oranges, Browns, Yellows, Golds, Greens, Blues, Purples, Pinks and back to the beginning of the color list. Feel free to go with what feels right to you. This Jagged Scrap yarn afghan is made using a stitch I discovered while playing around with yarn. I don’t know why all my discovered stitches mostly use two stitches to create and this one is no different. Lol. But other than the butterfly stitch this one is surely the most easiest one to recreate! Let me take you step by step on how to make this stitch so you can use it in making your own scrap yarn afghan to use up some of your left over wool.
Crochet yourself a Lacy Shells Afghan in Pastels like Roseanna Beck did. A free crochet pattern like this one is not only gorgeous but it's nice and soft. The lightweight design is great for the spring and summer months.
"This crochet pattern is for a basic, chunky, beautifully textured corner to corner afghan. Worked in two strands of worsted weight yarn (or one strand of chunky weight yarn), this cozy afghan works up fairly quickly. My afghan is worked in a solid color, but you could use some Caron Cakes yarn (or similar) for an easy, colorful afghan, or change colors as you see fit. For my blanket, I used about 8.33 (1/3) Skeins of Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn in the Ivory colorway (two strands held together). In it's place, you could use one strand of chunky/bulky (#5) yarn. Take a gauge. If you don't mind a slight difference in measurements, gauge isn't essential. You could even go up a hook size, and use super bulky yarn for a larger blanket. This afghan took me just over 11 hours to work up."
This gorgeous blanket by Bernat Design Studio is truly the softest blankie ever! You can see that by just looking at the picture. Moreover, it’s worked with a double treble which goes round the post. In other words, it’s the ultimate blanket for your living room or bedroom. Make sure to give this one a try!
There are some kinds of patterns we simply can’t get enough of, right? These Lovely Textured Crochet Baby Blankets are the perfect example of this phenomenon! Simple baby blankets in pastel shades are always a good idea, without a doubt! You can always get invited to a baby shower, right? The patterns we have found for today are written by real specialists, therefore they are great if you want to get a solid grasp of a new technique.
C2C Silt Blanket Free Crochet Tutorial
Simple and sweet! This blanket will be perfect for strollers, nurseries, and older kids’ bedrooms. If you want to crochet it for children, pastel colors will be a great choice as they are both sense-soothing and vibrating with positive energy. If you need something minimalist for your bedroom, go for classy beige or modern grey instead.
Level: upper beginner Author: Maria’s Blue Crayon