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Rose Field Crochet Pattern

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Rose Field Crochet Pattern
Rose Field Crochet Pattern
Rose Field Crochet Pattern
Rose Field Crochet Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Need to know these stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch

Pattern Description:

♥♥ Beautiful baby blanket, that would make an amazing photo prop! The roses create a rich and thick blanket, warm and cuddly.

♥♥ Skill Level: Intermediate. I worked extra hard on making this pattern as readable and easy as possible. And even though the official skill level for it is intermediate, I've had a beginner crocheter in mind when I was writing the pattern and taking the pictures for it. I understand that not all the mommies and soon-to-be-mommies have advanced crocheting skills, and may still want to make this beautiful blanket.
The motifs can be crocheted separately and then joined into one blanket, or you can connect as you go.
This pattern is written in standard American terms.

♥♥ This pattern includes high quality, generous size close-up pictures to guide you through the process. So if you are a visual person, who benefits from seeing pictures of the process and being able to imagine how the item is worked, this pattern will definitely work for you!


Gauge in sc: 21 st & 22 rows = 4x4" square

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Square crib blanket 37 x 37 inches


  • Patons Grace sport weight, Crochet Hook G (4 mm) Yarn needle for weaving in ends and/or connecting the motifs.

Suggested yarn:

4760 yards of Sport weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Patons Grace
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I am a designer and pediatric nurse living in Vancouver, BC. Crochet is my passion, my way to relax, and I love sharing my patterns with all of you! I believe in value of handmade items, nothing ...

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