"Button, button, who's got the button" blanket? With a love of buttons and bright colors, I designed this blanket pattern to be easily created in your own color scheme and size. Make more squares and make an afghan or bedcover. Bust your stash and use your own colors to match any nursery or home decor.
This detailed 18 page pattern includes:
--a simple, printable written pattern section
--a 45 picture photo-tutorial
--a complete materials list including yarns and quantities used in the pictured blanket
--a special stitches section including stitch abbreviations
--suggested method of joining your squares with included pictures
--a color placement diagram as well as a 'make-it-your-own' blank diagram
--This pattern is written in standard American crochet terms and is suitable for an intermediate or ambitious beginning crocheter.
-- Each motif measures 5 inches (12.8cm) square
-- Blanket = 31 inches (79cm) square with border
-- 9 colors of worsted weight yarn--8 require less than one skein and 1 requires 2 skeins
--H hook (5.0mm)
Finished items may be sold, I just ask that you give credit to me, Susan Carlson at FeltedButton.com for the pattern.
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Due to the nature of patterns, this pattern may not be returned or exchanged. All sales are final. This pattern may not be redistributed or copied in any way.
Motifs = 5 inches (12.8cm) square
Cheerful, Creative, Crocheter and Collector of all things Colorful describes me to a C--er, I mean a T. My sweet, left-handed granny taught me (a righty) to crochet when I was but a youngster. My ...
Cheerful, Creative, Crocheter and Collector of all things Colorful describes me to a C--er, I mean a T. My sweet, left-handed granny taught me (a righty) to crochet when I was but a youngster. My first project was a hideously long scarf for my dad. It seems I just didn't know when to stop--something my teachers told me in school, too! Although crochet and other craftiness have always been part of my life, I channeled my energy and creativity into teaching Jr. High and High School sciences for many years.
When I am not "yarning" (as described by my youngest), I treasure time with my family, friends, running, thrift store shopping, and learning new creative skills.
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