Crocheting is such a wonderful skill. It is not too difficult to learn and once you do. Now, the hot summer season is over and the weather outside is getting colder and colder.
Scroll down for the free pattern below, or you may choose to purchase the ad-free, printable version from my Etsy shop here! The large tassels and modern striping give it an urban worthy look and the eyelets create a look of mini-cables. I love the contrast of the cream and fig colorsbut you can use any two colors that you like.
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Choosing colors for a crochet blanket pattern can be tricky — do you go with your favorite color or color combination? Maybe you go with hues that match your bedroom or living room decor, but then maybe you should stick with a neutral combination so that the afghan blends in nicely. Well, how about if you just went with a rainbow color palette and go all out with color?
Now knitters everywhere can rejoice with these knitted afghan patterns. There is no longer a need to knit another so-so blanket for the people you know. Part of the pleasure of knitting is discovering and experimenting with new stitches.
Want to be able to create those lovely cables you see on well loved knitted sweaters? These easy cable knitting patterns should be able to help. From easy projects like headbands, beanies, to blankets.
Recently I was lucky enough to take a trip to Austin, Texas — I had hoped to warm up a bit from the chilly Iowa fall weather, but of course, they had a cold snap that week! Introducing the Austin Cables Throw! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links; yarn provided by Lion Brand Yarn; hook provided by Furls.
Just in case you could use some new crochet blanket pattern suggestions too, here are 30 of the best designs we came across in our search. Check out these beautiful projects and get a lot more ideas for your DIY project. Are you looking for a simple, impressively stitched blanket that has only a little bit of visual contrast?
Blankets and throws knit in panels and then seamed, to make the knitting easier to handle and more portable. Many of the patterns are free. To get the knitting patterns, scroll down the page to the individual pattern you want and click on the link to that pattern. These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns.