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Rainbow Sampler Crochet Blanket Pattern

By: Kirsten Ballering from haakmaarraak.nl
Rainbow Sampler Crochet Blanket Pattern_2

"If you want to try and incorporate all different kinds of stitches into one blanket, a sampler blanket is the perfect project for you! It doesnt have to be perfect as a sampler it rarely is and it gives you an opportunity to try about anything you like. I like to play with textures, colours and if possible all at the same time. It was the perfect project for me! You can substitute or omit rows of the pattern you dont like. As long as you end up with 240 stitches in each row of HDCs, you cant go wrong!"

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Finished Size1.80m by 1.80m (71 inch square)

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  • DK yarn (acrylic) in various colours

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I love the idea of using all these different stitches! Not only does it make it interesting but all the different colors would add a splash to any room. I do have a problem with working with bigger projects but I will just have to muscle through to complete it!

I just love being able to incorporate so many designs into one blanket. It is as if starting a new project with each row. I did something like this earlier this year. I found patterns I thought were interesting and worked up a blanket in colors that looked beautiful together. Every time I changed colors, I changed the pattern.

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