The texture in the Noelle Blanket is very unique and you can customize it for any time of the year but for the spring it would be a great lightweight blanket. This blanket is made with 2 colors but you could add as many colors as you like and the texture will pop through. Grab your hooks and get ready to make this beautiful textured blanket! You will become instantly addicted to making this pattern and will want to make one for everyone.
- Designed by Kirsten Ballering
This beautiful hexagon blanket by Kirsten Ballering is a wonderful gift idea, no matter the season. The flowers look very elegant, and the size of this blankie is so comfy! The finished size is 120 x 150cm (47 x 49in). It’s a must have. What’s more, you can easily customize it by simply changing the colors.
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Elegant flowers, a comfortable size and rainbow colours make the Noëlle blanket a must-have crochet pattern. This stunning project is designed to work with the Scheepjes Catona Colour pack, which helps you to create this fluid rainbow-gradient crochet throw. The pattern is suitable for intermediate crocheters. The written instructions step you through the pattern, while clear diagrams and photo tutorials demonstrate how to put the flower motifs together. A perfect project to keep you company during the winter!"
Add some color to your baby's bedroom by making this Color Pop Crochet Baby Afghan. With a vibrant geometric square design, this crochet baby project is sure to brighten up any room you decide to use the final project in. You can even use this free pattern to make a beautiful baby shower gift or a sweet blanket for a toddler. There are so many ways to use this fabulous project once completed! Simply choose the yarn colors shown or use your own colors to make the final project feel more personal. You'll love how easy it is to make.
The Flower Pop Granny Square Blanket is very versatile and full of popcorns. The 6 inch squares are fun and fast to make and are a great way to use up leftover yarn. Mix and match your squares or plan them all out with coordinated colors. The front and the back look completely different and will really surprise you. I especially enjoy making the join-as-you-go method of attaching the granny squares. That is where you complete your last round and attach it to the adjacent squares at the same time. Includes two video tutorials.
Thinking of Spring Crochet Afghan is helping me get through these winter days of cold weather and snow. I just love how the soft sage, off white, and rose yarns look together. Reminds me of new grass, tulips, and melting snow. Columns of double crochet and skipped stitches create pretty open squares that look like window panes. Add a block stitched border and one last round of the sage yarn to finish off the gorgeous blanket. If you compare the photo above where I just started adding on the border and the photo below where the border is complete…I just think the edging makes this entire afghan pop.