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You are going to LOVE this free crochet blanket pattern! Made using the best crochet stitch for a blanket I can think of, this simple but stunning stitch results in a throw that will fit in
Pamela Soles saved to hooks and needles
Crochet is endless in terms of stitches and patterns! I’ve rounded up my favorite stitches to be used in afghans, throws, and blankets. Be sure to pin this post to your Pinterest boards for safe keeping! 1. Waffle Stitch This crochet stitch gives you a waffle like texture. This stitch will give you a solid,...Read More
Kristi Huff saved to Crochet
Sedge stitch makes a pleasant, gently textured surface that's amenable to many projects, in particular small blankets, cloths and the like.
This modern chunky crochet throw blanket is more than just toasty warm, it looks amazing with all that texture! Find the free (and easy) pattern here.
Stacia Applewhite saved to Crochet
Cozy, yet attractive blankets, here we come! So, as its absolutely dreary outside, I thought we'd look at some lovely, ocean-inspired blankets to help us reminisce of summer beach holidays. Thus here are some gorgeous, shell-stitched blankets in gentle, tropical ocean hues. Undeubtedly, the soothing, smooth color transitions are just
Kelsea Martindale saved to crafts
Cable Blanket Crochet Patterns – Update Your Home - A More Crafty Life #crochet #crochetpattern
Add some color to your life with this modern take on a classic zigzag afghan. Perfect as a couch throw or baby blanket, the meandering and uneven stripes make this an elegant home accessory for any room!
sue broyles saved to crochet
After reading the Granny Square guide, this classic motif holds no more secrets for you. Find all the tips, tricks and nifty bits I gathered over the years compiled in this post!
Patricia Knopf saved to Crochet patterns
*You can see the free pattern below, or you may choose to purchase the ad free, printable version from Etsy here or the kit from Lion Brand Yarn HERE.* Happy new year! My first knitting pattern of the year is an easy blanket that uses three different stitches and three colors! It's the PERFECT blanket to make if you like meditative, simple stitches but still enjoy a variety. It was actually inspired by you (read on)! This pattern was truly inspired by you as I've had so many comments and…
Margo Treweek saved to Knitting patterns