Flower Garden Crochet Blanket

Flower Garden Crochet Blanket


Flower Garden Crochet Blanket

"This baby blanket is made with flower motifs that are joined as you go, no sewing necessary! They are then filled in with small, green, leafy motifs in the spaces left between the flowers."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeFinished Flower Motif is 6 inches across.

Finished SizeSample is 30x36 inches, can be made bigger or smaller.

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Such beautiful colors in this lovely little blanket. I am impressed that this is a join as you go project. This is the best kind. Your niece is a very lucky little girl to have gotten such a thoughtful and beautiful gift. I hope her mom saves it for her to pass on to her kids. Some people poo poo handmade items, but they are more thoughtful and from the heart.

This is such a pretty pattern. I find making motifs and then joining them to be a bit of a pain after a while, but this pattern is join as you go. I want to make a bedspread and matching curtains for my bedroom with this pattern. Thank you for sharing it!

The photo above does not do the pattern justice. Once you open up the instructions and see the detail you just want to make it. I like how you can join it as you go and you can make it in so many color variations. The pattern is well written. Thank you.

It isn't awesome how as crafters we all see things differently even given the same materials! I love that part about handmade items! Since I'm in the south and because it appears lightweight I can certainly see this being a beautiful baby blanket. At the same time I can also see it as a full-sized bed covering over a white duvet. It also works for me as a runner for the dining table, sofa table or piano top. Oh the possibilities with size, color and use! Magnificent!!!

I am forever thinking of ways to create things differently than what the designer has presented. I am thinking about using crochet thread to make these motifs to make a table cloth or runner for my spring table using bright spring colors. Thanks for the pattern.

I was surprised to read that this beautiful Flower Garden Crochet Blanket is actually a baby blanket. First glance, I find this to be a pretty table cover especially on a long rectangular one which will showcase the beauty of the flowers gathered together to make a very exciting table cloth.

This is truly a unique pattern as it is made with individual flower motifs. I am not sure about the joining them as I go. The color combinations are endless as well as the size of this flower garden crochet blanket. Thank you for providing the link. As I am a lover of all things granny square, it will come in handy.

I see how this blankie is worked up without having the complete the arduous task of joining them all together. Sometimes I hate that part. It kind of zaps all the fun out of making the beautiful flower motifs. This is a great idea! The motifs seem surprisingly simple to make, just by looking at the detail. I could do this so easily.

Wow. The flowers are so lovely and the colors used in this project are stunning. Oh maybe because I love purples, violets, lilacs and pinks. Here's the link to the pattern http//www.5littlemonsters.com/2015/06/kennedys-flo == wer-garden-blanket.html


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