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Magic Rainbow Baby Blanket: Free #Crochet Pattern! Last week I shared my pattern for the Mini Magic Mandala Squares – a great 6″ afghan block pattern made in worsted weight yarn.

Magic Rainbow Baby Blanket: Free #Crochet Pattern!

This week, I take that pattern, change the yarn size, add an easy join as you go technique, and a big bold border… and present the Magic Rainbow Baby Blanket free crochet pattern! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Lion Brand Modern Baby yarn is the bright bold star of the show here. Isn’t it gorgeous? It’s a DK weight acrylic/nylon blend made with “chainette” construction. Magic Rainbow Baby Blanket Click here to add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue and Favorites! To make this pattern, you’ll make 36 squares using 10 colors, and finish and join them with an 11th color. Each of the squares in DK weight yarn are 5″ x 5″ – after Round 8. Below are the instructions for Rounds 1 – 7. Round 1: With first color, make a magic circle.

Round 2: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), 2dc in next ch sp. Round 4: Ch 1, sc in first st. Round 6: Ch 1, sc in first st. DIY Blocking Station for Crochet Squares. Mini Magic Mandala Square: Free #Crochet Pattern on Moogly! Last year I designed the Magic Spike Mandala, and then turned that into a 12″ afghan square.

Mini Magic Mandala Square: Free #Crochet Pattern on Moogly!

Well, now I’ve reworked that pattern one step further… into the 6″ size Mini Magic Mandala Square! The Mini Magic Mandala Square is super cute mixed with other 6 inch squares, or you could make a gorgeous baby blanket using these alone. Or, you could mix the 6″ and 12″ versions together for a fantastic patchwork design!

The 2014 Moogly Afghan Crochet-a-Long: Block #21! We’re down to the last 4!

The 2014 Moogly Afghan Crochet-a-Long: Block #21!

I’ll have some joining ideas for you next week, and I guess I’d better get to the ends on the ones I skipped weaving in… and blocking… But I can’t wait to see all your finished afghans! And thank you to those who filled out the survey as well – I’ve got a good idea of what we’ll be doing in 2015, so I’ll be planning that out over the next couple of months. Remember too that the very last square will be released a day early, on a Wednesday, due to American Thanksgiving. But if this is the first you’ve heard of the 2014 Moogly Afghan Crochet-a-Long, then start HERE to read how it works – and plan on joining in next year! Need to catch up? October 16th – THIS POST October 30th November 13th and 25th If you’re confused, lost, or just want to chat with some super nice crocheters, be sure to check out the Ravelry Group created just for this CAL!

BLOCK #21: Manny Ann’s Square by Kimberly Biberstein Above is the original, made with 2 colors. The Wool Eater Blanket pattern by Sarah London. Wool Eater Instructions. Crocheted Wool-Eater Blanket © 2007 Sarah London.

Wool Eater Instructions

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, scanned, stored mechanically or electronically, or translated into any language without prior permission of Sarah London. 8 ply wool 4mm crochet hook Ch 6, join with a slip stitch to form a ring. 1st round: * ch 5, work 4 dtr (wrap yarn around hook twice) into the ring, ensure to leave the last remaining loop of each stitch on the hook as shown in the photo below,

Tricoter un plaid pour bébé. L'arrivée d'un nouveau-né est souvent l'occasion pour les mamans, mamies et consoeurs de se remettre au tricot.

Tricoter un plaid pour bébé

15 plaids en laine pour l'hiver. Granny Hexagon Crochet Edging. Awhile back I shared with you my creative journey making the beginnings of this lovely granny hexagon afghan.

Granny Hexagon Crochet Edging

If you missed it, you can find the granny hexagon pattern here and my tutorial for joining them as you go here. I let it sit for awhile deciding how I wanted to finish it off. I debated making a bunch of half hexagons to even off all the sides, but with some futzing around I came up with this pretty granny hexagon crochet edging that fills in those granny valleys as you work around your afghan! Here’s what you need: your joined hexagons 4 colors of worsted weight yarn (1 in the same color you used to join your hexagons)H hookscissors and tapestry needle Click here to reference Crochet Abbreviations or here to reference Crochet Stitch Symbols. The first round we will be doing actually consists of 3 steps which will fill in the valleys where the hexagons were joined.

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Now repeat Steps 1 through 3 starting with 1 sc in top peak of next hexagon. Weave in ends. Plaid granny Sunburst pour pepette (tuto+schéma) - Mamzelle P. Il faisait parti aussi de mes encours, mais ne tardait pas à être terminé.

Plaid granny Sunburst pour pepette (tuto+schéma) - Mamzelle P

DIY Vintage Crochet Daisy Motif Blanket. Photos du journal - Brambleberry Cottage.