Spring Flower Blanket

I've been  working on a stash busting flower blanket - which is great for using up all oddments and bits in my stash. The first lot of patterns are available.

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Multi Vehicle Blanket

This is my multi vehicle blanket, it is made up of my 15 different vehicle/ transport designs. (These can also be purchased separately, please see my Ravelry store). Pattern also includes instructions for the coloured squares, join and border.

Each square is 19cmx19cm. The overall blanket measures 100cm x120cm. Although smaller / larger sizes can be achieved by using different sized hooks.

This pattern uses basic stitches such as single crochet, half double crochet, slip stitch and single crochet decreases. All the vehicles with the exception of the helicopter have both a chart and written instructions.

Pattern is my own original design, described in English, using US terminology.

This pattern is available to purchase on Ravelry https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/multi-vehicle-blanket/patterns


or https://www.etsy.com/shop/CuteCrochetMakes

 

This pattern is property of Cute Crochet Makes and may not be copied, resold or shared. You may sell items made using this pattern, but please credit Cute Crochet Makes as the designer.

These are the individual vehicle/ transport squares. 

Each square measure 19cm x19cm although smaller sizes can be achieved by using smaller hooks.

There are 15 different patterns:

  1. Digger

  2. Ambulance

  3. Camper Van 

  4. Monster Truck

  5. Recovery Truck

  6. Lorry

  7. Dumper Truck

  8. Train and Carriage

  9. Helicopter

  10. Police Car

  11. Sailing Boat

  12. Fire Engine

  13. Cement Mixer

  14. Tractor

  15. London Bus

This pattern uses basic stitches such as single crochet, half double crochet, slip stitch and single crochet decreases. All the vehicles with the exception of the helicopter have both a chart and written instructions.

Pattern is my own original design, described in English, using US terminology..

 

Rainbow Showers Decoration

After seeing all the lovely rainbows on Facebook this week I decided to create my own version. (Slightly adapted from the one I created for the unicorn dreams blanket).

I used 2 strands of Stylecraft Special DK but you could use Aran or Chunky yarn .

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Unicorn Dreams Cushion Pattern

I have finally uploaded the Unicorn Cushion Pattern to Ravelry. It has taken quite a while to write up all the pattern and have them tested. I have listed the patterns individually and as a complete cushion  eBook pattern. I did this as I was asked about individual squares as some of you wanted to make blankets out of them.

I'm currently making a baby blanket out of 4 of the squares. I cant wait to see what squares you choose and what you make. 

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/unicorn-dreams-cushion/patterns

Rose Blanket

This week I just wanted to create something simple and easy to make. Something that I didn't really have to concentrate too much on!

I really enjoyed making this beautiful rose blanket. It doesn't require much yarn (I'm on a self imposed yarn ban at the moment until I use some of my stash up!)

The blanket measures 78cm x78cm. It weights 368g.

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I have also made a pattern for baby mittens to match the blanket. Please click on the tab below to download the pattern.

Unicorn Dreams Blanket

Welcome to the Unicorn Dreams CAL. Over the next few weeks I will be sharing all the patterns I created and used to create this blanket.

For this blanket I used Stylecraft special DK yarn in the following colours:

Candyfloss, Apricot, Lemon, Spring green, Sherbet, Clematis, Wisteria, White with a small amount of black for the facial features.

See WEEK1 of the CAL for the amount of wool required.
 

I used a 3mm and 4mm hook.

Tension is 19 stitches x 11 rows = 10cm using 4mm hook (working in rows of DC (UK TR) )

I crochet quite tight so my squares measured approx 12cm x12cm.

The squares are all made separately and then joined together with a continuous flat braid join. I made 49 squares but you can choose to pick and mix whichever squares you like.

 

The overall weight of the blanket was approx. 970g and it measured 107cm x107cm.

Click on the tabs below to view each weeks patterns 

 

Fancy a smaller version ?

If you've been intimidated by the large Unicorn Blanket, I've just finished this smaller version. This one is made up of 25 squares (so at lot less ends to sew in!). It measures approximately 83cm x83cm, so perfect for a baby or even a lap blanket. The join and border is exactly the same, so this might be a great size to do if you don't fancy making the full size version.

I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank those who bought me a coffee! I didn't expect anyone to, so it really means a lot to me. Thank you again!

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