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Citrus Snowflakes Baby Blanket

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When I created this pattern, I decided I wanted to make a "large" baby blanket. One that could be used from baby on up through the toddler years. It turned out very generously sized and very light. It will work perfectly as a transition blanket for the seasons, as well. This lovely lacy baby pattern is a very easy pattern for beginners. It is constructed in a simple 8 row repeat. There are extensive instructions, and a short picture tutorial for you to familiarize yourself with the stitch pattern. There are two blanket sizes provided, and two border designs included in the pattern. The snowflake border is only available for the larger "toddler" sized blanket. There is no real gauge for this blanket. If you are a tight crocheter, I would suggest you go up at least one hook size from the pattern. If you are a loose crocheter, I would suggest you either stay the same or go down a hook size from the pattern. This pattern highlights the "random stripe" look. There are links provided to a random stripe generator created by Biscuits and Jam. If you are looking for that "random" feel...I suggest using it. :) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You need to know how to crochet. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 42" x 42" large blanket/ 36" x 38" smaller blanket SUGGESTED YARN 924 yards of Sport weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • 22 oz (924 yds) for large blanket or 14 oz (588 yds) for smaller blanket.
  • F hook, or hook of choice.

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Bizzy Crochet Designs
Bizzy Crochet Designs
I have been crocheting 30+ years, and knitting for 7+ years. I love all things pertaining to fiber arts. I am a transplant to Florida from Wisconsin. The longer I live here, the more I like it...but, I sure do miss cheese.