Help a Reader: Lacy Blocks Crochet Pattern

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Can you help this reader find a crochet pattern? She writes:

I am looking for crochet patterns that “looks” like a bunch of granny squares put together when in reality it is done in one piece. “LACY BLOCKS” was the name of a pattern I had long ago and can not find. Any pattern done this way would be helpfull…kittens, leaves, dogs, etc. thank you sooo much for your help. Katie

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Comments

  1. Hi Katie,

    Are you talking about the one that you make the sides and the top but is an attach as you go? Has one side, two and three sided blocks?

    If that is the one, I do have it in I think 2 versions…One pastels,and one in pink, blue, and varigated…

    Email me at TETEC511@aol.com and I can email you what I have or send them in the mail…Which ever you like,
    I actually got the pink,blue and varigated as a give away at A.C. Moores or Walmart and the Pastel version is in one of my books…

    Just let me know and have a wonderful weekend!!

  2. Sandy Standridge says:

    I found this site that has a lacy block crochet.

    http://bigyellowfarmhouse.blogspot.com/2009/06/peonies-poppies-and-lacy-crochet.html

    Hope it helps.

  3. June Bonfield says:

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    I have been hunting on the net for your pattern. I did find this info so far:

    “Lydia’s Lacy Blocks” pattern from the companion pattern book to the Shop on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber.
    I am thinking the pattern is in this book,,,??
    June
    p.s. I am still hunting for it.

  4. June Bonfield says:

    Hi it is me again….June
    here is a link for afghans..so many I couldn’t count.

    http://www.crochetpatterncentral.com/directory/afghans.php

    highlight and paste it into your browser
    your pattern may be there. In the meantime I will look through my books – again there are so many it may take me a while.

    June …in rainy Cambridge Ontario Canada

  5. Dani Calderon says:

    The pattern you are looking for can be found in this book:

    Leisure Arts #102626, Quick And Cozy Afghans
    Perfect Paperback
    Leisure Arts, Inc.

    For a picture of the afghan you can find it here:

    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lacy-blocks

    The way you described it fits this pattern perfectly. (nice afghan by the way)

    Dani

  6. go to Google.com. put in the word Crochet, maybe this will give you some websites, that dealing with crocheting.
    It can’t hurt to try it.

  7. Christine says:

    Hi, My daughter made a white lacey crochet baby blanket and it was really lovely. It is a Bernat pattern. Also maybe you could try Lion Brand site and Drops Design. There are so many sites out there to go through you just may find it or one like it. Ravelry is another site. Hope this helps as well as all the other reply’s you have been given. Christine Australia

  8. I don’t if this is the pattern your reader is looking for. I have a book called Quick and Cozy Afghans. On page 6 is an afghan pattern called Lacy Blocks. Their description is as follows: Although this lacy throw looks like it’s fashioned in blocks and then joined, it’s actually worked all in one piece using single, double, and treble crochet stitches. Brushed acrylic yarn gives feathery softness to the delicate spiderweb pattern.

  9. Jacquie says:

    This may be the one – but I am not sure where you can buy the book:

    Onyx & Jewels – Victorian look crochet afghan pattern – # 942120 from The Needlecraft Shop Afghan Collector’s Series – Designed by Elaine Wichman
    © 1994

    http://www.onlineauction.com/index.php?page=auction:view_item&auction_id=1047404

  10. I have a pic of a baby beanie cap and baby headband that I need a pattern for, how would I go about getting one.
    Thanks

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