Lemon color is a great addition to any summer blanket, because it is so full of life and you can achieve the most beautiful look. What’s more, this crochet square is very easy to crochet, so repetitive and intuitive, you will make your blanket in no time!
The finished blankie will be approximately 88cm x105cm and will weight a little bit over 640 grams, so these are the perfect measurements for a baby blankie, right? The rose in the center is crocheted at the end, but feel the to attach any flower you want to it!
You can use all the oddments of your yarn stash to complete this project. The crochet square is 15 cm x 15 cm, so it’s the perfect size for a blankie or a bed throw. However, you can easily make it bigger by simply adding a few rows.
Just look at this beautiful flower square! You absolutely must make something great out of them! Different types of squares give you a lot of fun when making them, each one is different so you won’t be bored, and together they form a coherent concept! This is an ideal pattern for beginners because it is very beautiful and not difficult, so it will amaze you and motivate you to improve your skills!
Kinnedy Nichelle Block is a stunning floral design that you can use to make beautiful afghan or bedspread. Use couple of the same kind to create structural surface, continue adding concentric rows of stitches at the edges, or pair it with other intricate squares. You can use one as decoration, too! It’s a project for experienced crocheters, but those of you who are still learning should definitely try it as a challenge!
Apricot rose square can make the most beautiful blanket for a baby shower or a birthday party, because it is so intricate, while being so simple to crochet. You can add a little bit of lace to the edging, if you feel like it!
This project is a starting point for something bigger and more beautiful. Squared Waffle is a tutorial on how to create lovely structured waffle stitch, that can be made in any size – left as small squared potholder, or worked up into big blanket or even bedspread. It’s all up to you! The technique itself is for experienced beginners.
Waffle stitch is proven to be one of the most classic and timeless stitches out there. and I can clearly see why it’s like that! Waffle stitch is not only beautiful, but also has a lovely, nice in touch texture, that makes the whole project (in this base, a blanket) so unique!