This square with a diamond overlay pattern can be used for blankets or throws. When the squares are joined a circle will appear.
The original pattern is available on Ravelry:
Northern Diamond Square
More info about project photographed on Instagram.
This Celtic Tiles Blanket consists of 20 squares made in overlay crochet technique with simple border. It s not as well draping as other cabled crochet blankets, but it gives a very nice feeling of coziness and warmness. It will give the sofa or bed an elegant look. The Celtic Tiles Blanket Free Crochet Pattern is very well written. It has lots of pictures in the tutorial to help you learn the stitches. It also comes with a video tutorial. Celtic Tiles Square can be also used for pillows and many other crochet projects. Thanks Lilla Bjorn Crochetfor sharing this free crochet pattern. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. If you need easy-to-read PDF pattern, you can buy from here. It costs around $2.1. Happy crocheting.
Click below link for free pattern
Instead of making one big square blanket, you can add more colours by replicating the pattern and making small squares. It will give you an elegant and colourful blanket with an almost flourish-looking motif. Helpful tips on how to make and join squares are linked below the photos. You will also find info about the edging used.
The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on Ravelry:
More info about project photographed – frank.and.rosie on Instagram.
If you are looking for a way to use up your yarn stash, this Northern Lights Granny Throw is ideal. You can choose your rainbow of colors as you go, so the half double crochet pattern can be easily customized to fit your individual taste or home decor scheme. Once you work up this pattern, the lap blanket will be perfect for snuggling up on the couch after a long and busy day. With all the colors of the rainbow on display, you will smile every time you look down at your crochet afghan. You can also brighten someone's day by giving this cozy blanket to a friend or family member. Nothing says love more than a unique handmade gift.
To begin with, this project is made using the Ribbed Diamond Blanket pattern. This pattern is especially interesting, because it mainly uses texture to delineate the constituent diamonds from one another. Combined with the velvet yarn, this is a blanket fit for a king.
The full article about this pattern is here:
more info about project photographed here.
Finally, here is another classic throwback square baby blanket in a modern guise. Using modern colors, this wonderful project gives a touch of retro styling to the modern nursery.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Tw-In Stitches :
Wobbly Squares Blanket
More info about project photographed also on Ravlery.