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Cozy Winter Blanket

Finally, here is a less complicated monochromatic blanket that shows how shades of winter can be simple. However, even though it’s simple, it’s still beautiful and cozy. Better still, crocheting in the front loop and the back loop is all you need to know to make this wonderful piece.

Cozy Winter Blanket 
The original pattern is available on Ravelry:
Cozy Winter Blanket


Ruffle Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

"Today’s free crochet pattern is this adorable ruffle baby blanket, oh my goodness this is the cutest thing ever and it is so easy to do! I have to be honest though those ruffles took a little longer than what i expected BUT it is still very quick to do… I am clearly just impatient haha! The ruffle baby blanket is done by crocheting the base of the blanket which is just made up of double crochet stitches and then adding the ruffles which is super simple! All you need to know is how to work in the back loop of stitches on row 5 as when you do this you leave the front loop exposed and this is where you join your yarn to make the ruffle."Ruffle Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Click here for the crochet pattern

Ruffle Baby Blanket

Today’s free crochet pattern is this adorable ruffle baby blanket, oh my goodness this is the cutest thing ever and it is so easy to do! I have to be honest though those ruffles took a little longer than what i expected BUT it is still very quick to do… I am clearly just impatient haha! The ruffle baby blanket is done by crocheting the base of the blanket which is just made up of double crochet stitches and then adding the ruffles which is super simple! All you need to know is how to work in the back loop of stitches on row 5 as when you do this you leave the front loop exposed and this is where you join your yarn to make the ruffle.

Ruffle Baby Blanket

Click here for the crochet pattern

Library-book Lapghan

Chunky Library-Book Lapgahn: Quickly hook up a cozy lapghan throw blanket with this simple, contemporary crochet pattern worked in monochromatic super bulky yarn. If you understand back-loop-only, you realize that this blanket is comprised of really basic crochet stitches, making it super easy and quick. So what are you waiting for? Grab yourself about 16 skeins (64yd/59m each) of super bulky yarn, a size N/15 -- 10.00mm and a size P -- 11.5mm crochet hook, and get hooking today! You, too, can have a cozy Chunky Library-Book Lapghan for your next quiet coffee-filled me-time.Library-book Lapghan

Click here for the crochet pattern

Mood Blanket from A Better Granny Rectangle

Are you looking for something spectacular? This amazing eye-catching blanket is easy to make and will give you lots of fun! Each rectangle hue can represent your everyday mood. That’s how we explain the name! If you are not particularly moody, you can treat this blanket as a way to use up yarn scraps. A pretty one, we might add! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.

Mood Blanket from A Better Granny Rectangle

Go to the full article about the project and to the photos here:

Mood Blanket from A Better Granny Rectangle

The pattern for Better Granny Rectangle here.

Mini Galaxy of Change

However, just because the blanket is a star-covered nap accessory, it doesn’t have to be all serene and peaceful. In addition to the color choice (quite calm in this case) the star blanket can also have a pretty varied and wild texture, and this wonderful project shows you how. The texture transitions are particularly wonderful.Mini Galaxy of Change


The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry:

Mini Galaxy of Change

More info about this project here.