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Baby Blues Blanket


Designer: Rachel Beth
Pattern Type: Crochet
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 31" x 37"
Yarn Lines: Shine Worsted Yarn
Yardage: 1275
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size H (5.0mm)crochet hook
Fiber Type: Cotton & Blends
Weight: Worsted/Hvy Worsted
Several different stitch patterns and colors come together to make this cozy blanket. It will be loved by any new mom or can be made larger for any room in your home. The mixed stitch pattern also makes the blanket enjoyable to crochet.

The pattern also includes a picture tutorial detailing each section with step by step pictures of all special stitches (48 pictures for the blanket pattern and 79 pictures for the border pattern).

The blanket measures approximately 31" x 37". Instructions are included to change the size of the blanket.

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5 out of 5 stars

I just finished making this pattern in purples and pinks with Brava Worsted. I tried shine but it just didn't look right. I used Mulberry, Fairly Tale, Freesia, Lady Slipper, Cotton Candy, Blush, Pea Pod and Alfalfa. I'm so pleased with the result.

5 out of 5 stars

I love this pattern and love Shine Worsted yarn! The pattern is interesting and changes often enough to keep my attention. The directions are very well written. I did have to refer to the directions often because of the shifting stitches but the overall outcome of this project made it well worth while. I loved the baby blue blanket so much that I immediately studied the pattern and then ordered the yarn for a purple baby blanket using Knit Pick Shine Worsted yarn. It turned out beautifully but I only used 5 colors for the purple one. This pattern will be one I refer to many times in the future and one I will be trying to come up with more color configurations for --like pinks? If only there were more color choices!