Happiest Blanket Ever


Happiest Blanket Ever

" This is the Happiest Blanket Ever! Or at least the happiest blanket I’ve ever made. It was fun to make, and puts a smile on my face every time I look at it - I hope it does the same for you! The Happiest Blanket Ever is great in any size - and there’s a chart with all the sizes below. You can go with just 2 colors, or the rainbow riot of colors shown here - it’s a great stashbuster! And with its easy 2 row repeat can relax you as you crochet. And the border will have you on cloud nine!"


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeBaby, Throw, Twin, Queen, King

Materials List

  • 1240-8600 yds Lion Brand Vanna's Choice
  • US-K Hook

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If I made this in a sing size, I wonder how heavy the completed blanket will be? Is the Vanna's Choice a lighter weight worsted? I always see it on the shelf but I think I have actually never bought it for a project. I think I could also use the Loops Threads Impeccable, too, because they've got a million color choices!

Moogly does it again. This happiest blanket ever is just that, a smile in a blanket. Who can look at this blanket and feel a little brighter or happier because of all the "rainbow" colors. As always the attention to detail with the edge of this blanket adds to the design. I love this one too.

I adore stash buster projects, problem is I never get to accumulate a stash. I am mesmerized by the colors of this piece and with the main color being white, this design could easily be transformed to match your homes decor. These colors sure do add a big pop of color and would make even the darkest day a little brighter with the rainbow enclosed.

Visually this looks very similar to Moogly Blogs Moroccan Tile Afghan, but its made with a completely different technique. Rather than working both colors in the same direction, this afghan is worked the way most crafter are familiar with, i.e. one color out and a different color on the return. If you watch the video, you can see exactly what the designer means. Definitely a scrap buster since you finish off your secondary color at the end of each row.


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