Free Pattern – Blanket from Embossed and Daisy Squares - Design Peak
Let’s learn how to crochet this beautiful blanket you can see on the picture. In order to accomplish this goal we have to learn how to crochet two different squares. These squares are namely: embossed flower square and three daisy square. We are going to look at them separately. Look at the charts for each square and the pattern provided. After you’ve mastered how to make these squares, just join them in order to make yourself this beautiful blanket. The full coverage of the project is…
What to say about this latest blanket? Only that I'm in love again with these bright colors. I'm calling this one the Pendleton Stripe blanket, even though it's very similar to the Hudson's Bay inspired blanket I made last year. Here's the one you might be familiar with if you've been following us along on our crochet journey for awhile:
Thomas the Train Graph Pattern for Afghan pattern by Diane Wright
This is a PDF of a graph. I used SC and size I hook. The pattern is 45 stitches wide x 59 stitches high, 17 1/4” wide x 20” high (aprx, depending on your tension and hook size). You can make the completed afghan the size that you want by adding border around the graph picture.
Fly to the moon with the Moon Landing Crochet Blanket Pattern. Its warmth and pizzazz are out of this world! This pattern makes use of colorful concentric hexagons, as each crochet hexagon motif takes on three exciting colors.