This pattern is designed for use with 4 skeins of our Luster Merino Tencel Sport Weight yarn. 1 skein each of: Castaway, Cloud, Puffy Clouds and Vanilla. Choose any colorways you like, though!
Ocean Details in a Beautiful Palette
•An intermediate pattern - easy to work, but with a unique chained effect.
•Makes a wonderful gift!
•Adjust the size if you like and use as a lap throw or larger blanket.
•Use one color or multiple, like shown. Up to you!
•You'll need a size F (3.75 mm) hook. You'll want to be comfortable with single and double crochets, as well as chaining and slip stitching.
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Any little darling angel will feel special indeed curled up in this soft wonder! Enjoy!
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Very neat detail with the chains locking the blanket together.
I am looking for reward to making this someday, when I'm told I'm going to be a grandma.
I read through the pattern, and it looks pretty easy. I can't wait to get started.
I can't wait to make this! I ordered Magnolia, Puffy Clouds, Glacier Freeze and Berries & Brie in Luster Superwash Merino Tencel Sport. This is for a Very Special Baby Girl due in September!
This pattern was very simple to whip up. I changed out the yarn and colors because I'm on a stashbusting mission this year and was able to make it all in about 2.5 weeks. I changed the border/finishing to single crochet only because I need practice with the crab stitch and I needed to finish the blanket quickly as a baby gift. I would make this again.
I haven't started this project yet but I'm excited to start it!!!!!!!!
This is a fantastic item to make for baby shower. It was quick and easy to complete as this baby shower was on short notice.
Looks like a fun and easy blanket to do. I haven't had time to make it yet, but I can't wait.
I crocheted this cover in soft yarn and Neapolitan ice cream colours, cream coffee, pink and pale blue-- to suit either a boy or girl it was lovely, and I learned how to chain pieces of crochet together, an interesting idea and one I am sure I will use again and again. Already thinking of how nice and decorative it would look on the back of a baby jacket
I love this pattern! Can't wait to make a blanket!