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Showing posts with label crochet blanket. Show all posts

12 Point Round Ripple Star Crochet Blanket Pattern (FREE)

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12 point Star Baby Blanket Pattern

Crochet blanket patterns that are suitable for little boys are actually quite rare to come by and I have been searching far and wide for something to make.

I was considering just winging it and picking a stitch from a stitch from my favourite book which has over 200 stitch patterns each one beautiful and unique to make a baby blanket with.  I Love this book it has lovely stitch patterns, afghan blocks, and lovely border patterns meaning you can mix and match and make endless unique crocheted blankets.   
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As I was looking online I found this rather colourful circular 12 point star afghan/blanket pattern and thought it would look fantastic in the chosen colours of Greys that the mum to be had chosen.

I  suppose until we see something made we wonder how it looks so I carried on.

Crochet Baby Blanket Crochet Baby Hat Pattern (Crochet Hat and Blanket Pattern FREE)

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Create a Beautiful vintage with a modern twist Crochet Baby Blanket with matching Hat.  

This easy crochet stitch combination is one of my favorites and makes for a beautiful modern baby blanket, using today's gorgeous baby Aran yarn. 

This crochet baby blanket was made especially for a customer, who is delighted with it. As its colors will match their pram. Being from the North of Scotland means the blanket will keep baby snug and cozy all wrapped up.

I used 4 x 100grms Sidar Baby Aran* (UK) and a 4.500mm hook to create this adorable baby blanket.

Tartan Crochet Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

I have so many half finished projects lying around , I have decided to post on the blog about them and perhaps that will motivate me to get them finished. First up is what I think will become my crochet Nemesis. 

When I first saw the Highland Afghan Pattern. I just knew I had to make this in our families Tartan. The Royal Stewart. I read through the pattern and wasnt swayed by the amount of panels you would need...however I soon realized as I completed a few of the panels I could just make one huge striped panel (i.e. add all panel starting chains together = total needed) This cuts out having to join the panels together. However you need to use the panel dimensions for later on when you are weaving up and down the blanket to achieve the plaid effect. 

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