Primrose Crochet Blanket Pattern

Primrose Crochet Blanket Pattern

Primrose Crochet Blanket Pattern_1

"The primrose blanket is a floral design, perfect for cooling summer evenings but also great as a crib blanket or stroller blanket. Its made out of a slowly variegating yarn and a constant color, used for joining and bordering. The variegating yarn will make each flower unique, and together they form a summery blanket! This pattern calls for 5 skeins of Scheepjeswol Invicta color, and 4 skeins of Invicta extra. It is worked with a 3,0 mm crochet needle. The pattern is join-as-you-go, so you can choose to work up a few motives first, but if thats not your cup of tea you can also choose to add new motives to the growing blanket immediately. The choice is yours! The finished blanket measures 80 x 120 cm. However, with a couple of extra skeins you can easily make a large blanket. The joining and border are both modular and will accommodate every size. So no worries!"

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size80 x 120 cm

Materials List

  • Scheepjes Invita and Invicta Colour Yarns

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Words cannot describe how this primrose blanket makes me feel when I look at it. I have been looking for and considering my choices for one big project to immerse myself in for the next 3 plus months. This may be the one. I know I could use the Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable yarn in place of the Scheepjes. The colors are the same and it literally looks like the same thing! Truly a work of art, and made with just double crochets and skip stitches, it couldn't be easier.

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