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Loopy Love Blanket: Free Crochet Pattern in 7 Sizes!

Loopy Love Blanket: Free Crochet Pattern in 7 Sizes!
The Loopy Love Blanket is so fun to make! The pattern is easy to memorize, the stitches just fly by, and the end result looks way more complicated than it should. And in 3 colors, you can change colors every row and never have to cut the yarn! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links. I made this pattern in the baby size, and that’s how the pattern is written out. But I’ve listed several other common sizes for you to choose from – the only differences are the number of starting chains and the number of loops in each row! Loopy Love Blanket Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue and Favorites Row 1: With Color A, ch 122. Row 2: With Color B, ch 3 (or CSDC), sc in the next ch-3 loop, *ch 3, dc in the same ch-3 loop, sc in the next ch-3 loop. Row 3: With Color C, ch 1, sc in first st, ch 3, dc in ch-2 loop, *[sc, ch 3, dc] in next loop. Rows 4 – 78 : Repeat Rows 2 and 3, alternating through Colors A, B, and C. Easy as can be, and such a great look! My little “helper”…

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Patchwork Baby Blanket – Facebook Tweet Google + Email Add this project to your Ravelry favorites HERE To print or convert to PDF click the green “Print Friendly” button below the pattern. Patchwork Baby Blanketdesigned by Kim Guzman © Nov. 2015Email to kim@crochetkim.comPlease read my Terms of UseTechnique: Regular Crochet

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Sophie's Universe CAL pattern by Dedri Uys This is the official Ravelry Page for the Sophie’s Universe CAL 2015, hosted by Dedri Uys and Kimberly Slifer. The CAL starts on the 18th of January 2015 and will last for 20 weeks. The tutorials for each part will be released weekly on a Sunday and they will remain available indefinitely. This is a mystery crochet-along for a continuous square blanket. Optional instructions will be provided should you wish to add on to your blanket to make it rectangular.