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Ultimate Crochet Palette Blanket

Designer: Allison Griffith
Pattern Type: Crochet
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Needles/Hooks Suggested:  Size D (3.25mm): crochet hook
Fiber Type: Wool & Blends
Weight: Fingering
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Crochet this full sized afghan, using each color of our beloved Palette! Each square measures 5"; using all 150 colors creates a beautiful rainbow throw measuring 50" x 75". Each square is worked from the inside out with each color, bordered by round of white. Use the suggested color layout or create your own personal colorway - the possibilities are endless!

As shown, this pattern uses every color of our Palette line. Each square uses approximately 10 grams of yarn or about 50 yards of the main color. You will need a total of 6 skeins of White for the border, as well as sewing the squares together. This pattern also uses a Size D (3.25mm) crochet hook.

See all of our Palette colors here as well as our complete 150 Palette Sampler.

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5 out of 5 stars

I love this! I'm writing a review though I have never used this yarn or this pattern. My reason for review, I agree with the other reviews that the cost is a bit prohibitive. I think I would be wonderful if KP broke this down into a kit including only the amount of yarn you actually need. The pattern shows that you need only 10 grams per color, but the skeins are 50 grams, so essentially you should be able to easily do 4 blankets with a little left over in your stash for smaller projects. I think it would be great if the cost was cut down and you gave us only what we needed to complete the blanket. It is great way to have your customers sample a specific brand of your yarn, which means return business if it we love it. Just a thought. That said, i'm saving my pennies because I love this. And it is a 100.00 cheaper if you buy the entire yarn kit, so still better off to do it that way unless you get the yarn on sale.

5 out of 5 stars

Anyone want to go in on this with me? I would love to make, but agree that it is cost prohibitive. Let me know if you want to split!

1 out of 5 stars

Realistically, who can afford to make this Blanket with a supply list of 150 skeins of wool at a price of over $400? Great pattern, but price outweighs the desire to create!

5 out of 5 stars

Can't wait to start so I can make a review.