Fishing Net Blanket

Fishing Net Blanket

Fishing Net Blanket
Fishing Net Blanket

"A day on the water always sounds like fun but if you can’t get to the water you could also create a water scene with the Fishing Net Blanket. This blanket is a super quick fun photography prop to make. It could be used for a pond, beach, fishing and water theme you could thick of. This prop is also simple to make, if you can chain and double crochet, then you can whip up the Fishing Net Blanket is no time and be using as a prop, you could even use it in the nursery theme."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge: 12 Stitches and 10 Rows = 4”X4” (hdc with K hook)

Finished Size25x25

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I am really surprised that this can be made without any special crochet techniques. The pattern key only asks for chains, and double crochet with only two rows of directions. This would be a pretty throw in larger sizes also.

This really looks like an actual fishing net. This would be the perfect baby blanket for the summer because of the open weave design. This would also be adorable in other colors and used as a "coverlet" during the cooler months as well. Babies do not stay babies long so it could easily be used as a table cover to.

This is such a cute fishing net baby blanket. I do not think I would make this for a baby to sleep with, because the holes are just too big and I would be worried he or she would get caught in it or something. It would be the perfect photo prop though, and so easy to get done in a hurry.

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