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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! 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! (And of course how much yarn it takes.) Loopy Love Blanket Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue and Favorites US – I, 5.5mm hookSport/Light “3” weight yarn in 3 colors (Red Heart Anne Geddes Baby Yarn in Robin, Taffy, and Rosie shown) – see below for yardageGauge: 5 ch-3 loops x 9 rows = 4″ in patternNOTE: To change colors for each row, finish the last stitch of the previous row with the new color. Row 1: With Color A, ch 122. Rows 4 – 78 : Repeat Rows 2 and 3, alternating through Colors A, B, and C.

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Neat Ripple Pattern Ahhhhhhhh look at all those hooky ripplesome ripples, aren't they glorious? I love crocheting this pattern, its relatively simple, rhythmic and soothing, but playing with colours in this way is also energising, exciting and a lot of fun. Well to me it is any road. there's something magical and mesmerising about the way the ripple effect makes the colours sing and dance next to each other, and it's a pattern I can see myself coming back to time after time. When I made my first ripple blanket last year (finished in August 2008), I followed a pattern in Jan Eatons book (the Soft Waves pattern), and it has to be said that at first this pattern was not plain sailing. But I persevered and eventually I cracked it.

Ombré Stripes Blanket -Free Crochet Pattern (This post contains affiliate links. Disclosure policy here.) I am kind of in love with all shades of teal and blue these days, and I’m really wanting to bring some more of it into my living room. What better way than to make a blanket? Blankets are kind of a must in my my house. Another baby, another blankie. - CAP's Crochet & Crafts Another wee friend is coming in January and this blankie will help keep him warm. This is my Textured, Random Striped Blankie. Random stripe pattern generated using the Random Stitch Generator, beware it is addictive. It took me a good two hours to get a pattern that I loved, and then I still tweaked it. The finished size is, 36" x 42". I used Lion Brand Cotton-Ease [Seaspray: 2 skeins, White: 1-1/4 skeins (270 yds), Lime: 1-1/2 skeins (280 yds), Yellow: 1 skein (207 yds), Orange: 3/4 skein (150 yds)] and Lion Brand Martha Stewart Crafts Extra Soft Wool Blend [Sable: 1-1/2 skeins (225 yds)], but any medium weight (worsted) yarn will work.