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Blizzard Warning! Blanket

To begin with, these shades of winter will put you in mind of a winter whiteout, with its swirly and foggy appearance. Moreover, you can easily adapt the size of this blanket by joining squares to any size you like. While it’s usually made in cool winter white and blue colors, you can achieve a very optimistic and joyful efect with the Scheepjes Riverwashed Stonewashed color pack.

Blizzard Warning! Blanket 
The original pattern is available at Every Trick on The Hook blog:
Blizzard Warning Blanket

more details about yarn in project photographed you can find here and here.


Winter Blizzard Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Michael Sellick

Winter is just around the corner, so now is really the best time to start some fun crochet projects. Like for instance this cute hexagon blanket on the pictures below by Michael Sellick. It will create a vibe of a winter wonderland in your home! The finished size is 55″ x 60″.


Winter Blizzard Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by The Crochet Crowd / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on thecrochetcrowd.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Last Dance Under the Clouds

Last Dance Under the Clouds is a color variation of Last Dance on the Beach Blanket – a memorial blanket project which was a tribute to Marinke Slump, a popular crochet designer,  by her online fiends.Last Dance Under the Clouds

The full article about this pattern you will find on scheepjes.com:

Last Dance on the Beach Scheepjes CAL

More info about project photographed and color used you will find on Ravelry.

Blue Skies Granny Squares Baby Blanket

"This blue skies granny squares baby blanket uses three complimenting colors for this lovely little blanket. Finish the look with an easy crochet border. I love making granny squares. Twenty Granny Squares to a Beautiful Baby Blanket This entire blanket is made from granny squares that use two different colors. The first color is worked for the first four rounds. The second color is worked for two rounds. There are ten of each granny square for a total of 20 squares. On the Go Pattern A granny square pattern can be worked on just about anywhere. They are small enough to stash inside a pretty bag with the yarn and your crochet supplies. Then when you have enough made, just seam them together. The granny square is one of the most easy and versatile crochet patterns around. "Blue Skies Granny Squares Baby Blanket

Click here for the crochet pattern