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There are so many wonderful things in here that you can make — many of which will pair nicely with your new blanket. Crocheting is such a wonderful skill. Try out some of these amazing patterns and see for yourself just how easy they are to complete.
This gorgeous afghan can easily be crocheted in a number of sizes. You could use the pattern for a baby blanket or a king sized throw — whatever size you need. I love all the different colors and there are pattern sizes available for any size that you would need. Pattern and instructions: mooglyblog.
This crochet blanket features a beautiful stitch that is easy to work even for beginners.
The pom pom border adds the perfect finishing touch. You can make it in multiple colors or even a single color. Designed with a soft worsted weight yarn, this blanket grows quite fast. Pattern and instructions: crochetdreamz. This gorgeous clamshell blanket is a bit trickier than others but so worth the effort. You can use the pattern for larger blankets or baby blankets as well as cushions and just about anything else you want to create that has this lovely clamshell pattern. This is such a traditional looking blanket and it would be the perfect throw for those chilly winter nights. Pattern and instructions: ravelry.
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You will love the texture on the Falling Petals Afghan. It is a variation of the shell stitch that looks 3D. Choose a worsted weight yarn with good drape and you will have a very beautiful blanket in no time. This hexa puff quilt is absolutely stunning. The colors along with the design make it perfect for giving or keeping for yourself as a nice throw. The pattern is for a baby sized quilt, which would also be perfect for a lapghan or you could adjust the size if you want to make it a bit larger.
I love the pattern itself with those puffs of color. Pattern and instructions: craftdisasters. I love the idea of crocheting this ABC afghan to give as a gift at a baby shower. I think doing this in different colors per line would be gorgeous, especially if you know the gender of the baby so you can alternate colors for him or her or just use neutral colors. Pattern and instructions: crochetnmore.rvgsuplidoraindustrial.com/libraries/ladetibu/como-ver-los-mensajes-whatsapp-de-otro-telefono.html
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Try this chunky baby blanket pattern that can be made in just 5 hours. It uses a variation of the Moss stitch to add texture your blanket. This is perfect for a chenille yarn but you can use other chinky yarns too.
I love sampler patterns. This afghan really resembles a quilt with its blocks of different colors and designs. I even love the blues and greens used in this one, although you could use pink and blue to make it a baby afghan or whatever colors you need. Pattern and instructions: redheart. I love the bold colors used in this one but again, use whatever colors you need. Pattern and instructions: lionbrand. This pattern is for a baby blanket, but you could also use this team blanket for those cold nights at the stadium.
Whether you enjoy football or baseball — both of which are played outside during colder weather — you will love having this little blanket along to help keep you warm on those windy nights. This adorable little baby blanket can be customized in different ways to make it perfect for whatever you need. The pattern can be adjusted to different yarn weights as well so it really is perfect for any season. This huge blanket can be used as a bedspread or just anywhere that you need it — like on the back of your couch to show off your amazing granny square skills.
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Pattern and instructions: makerssociety. This beautiful and colorful blanket uses a hexagon pattern that makes it absolutely gorgeous. You use a hexagon granny square to create it and you will end up making more than of those little squares to finish it off. Pattern and instructions: petalstopicots. I love this little hooded baby blanket. You could probably alter the pattern a bit if you wanted to make a larger version of this for an older child.
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Any child is going to adore this Disney blanket. This one is a bit more complicated than a plain blanket, because of the head, which you stuff to make it really stand out.