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  1. We have 8 great crochet throws and blankets for you to make for Memorial Day, Independence Day, or anytime you want to be patriotic! Click on the pattern name to go to the page to download the free pattern PDF. LW4601 Patriotic Pride Throw LW4627 America's Ripple Throw LW4593 Patriotic Hexagon Baby Blanket LW4156 Patriotic Stripes Blanket and Hat LW3149 Ships Ahoy Patriotic Throw LW2738 Spirit of America LW3104 Stars & Stripes Ripple Throw LW2729 Colors of America Throw
  2. http://thesunroomuk.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/double-v-stitch-baby-blanketcrochet.html
  3. Hello **waves** I love mile-a-minute projects because when you make the strips they are a easy on the go project. You can also use up left over skeins / balls of yarn The written pattern is available on my website http://www.bobwilson123.org/afghans--granny-squares.html I also have it as a video tutorial, thank you for reading my post and Happy Crochet ! Clare xx
  4. Hi everyone! I finally put my tutorial for a spring blanket online. It's made with flowers in squares and you can join as you go (yes, I am a lazy bugger, hehe). The structure is quite open, so this blanket does need a nice edge to really work. Also, the squares realy benfit from wet blocking as they may be a bit 'wobbly' if you're a tight crocheter. I hook very losely, so no problems there. Enjoy!!
  5. Hello everyone, Recently I finished this ocean waves baby blanket for my new nephew due this August. I am really happy about how it turned out. This is a free pattern from Red Heart Yarn. Mikey from the Crochet Crowd was doing another Crochet Afghan Challenge. I did not enter into the challenge but still wanted to try the pattern. I can only advise you to use a 5mm instead of a 5.5mm if you want the blanket a little tighter. This is what I plan to do if I make another one of these. Overall I really enjoyed this pattern. It is really simple and Mikey has some really good tutorials on youtube. http://www.crochetcricket.com/ocean-waves-baby-blanket/
  6. Hello everyone, I don't know if this falls under General crochet help but I will ask anyway. I just made a granny stripe blanket which I am very proud of. But because we live in the north and because I used 100 cotton on this blanket I really want to put a fleece backing on it. I have never done anything like this. I would be doing it by hand as well. I need to know the simplest way to do this with fleece. I have flannel as well but think that maybe fleece will be easier. Here is the blanket. Read more about this blanket on my blog post - http://crochetcricket.wordpress.com/2013/06/13/mod-baby-stripe/ Any tips would be appreciated! Thanks
  7. I had lots of left over bulky yarn. Winter was on its way knocking the door. The best thing to make was a blanket. Simple crochet pattern. http://wonderwool.hubpages.com/hub/Blanket-From-Left-Over-Wool-Crochet
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