Lunar Crossings Square Blanket

Lunar Crossings Square Blanket

Lunar Crossings Square Blanket
Lunar Crossings Square Blanket

"Using one of the currently-trendy gradient cake yarns, create this beautiful square blanket in an easily memorizable stitch pattern. Each beautiful round is enjoyable and there's never a boring moment as you await each shade of the fabulous gradient yarn to emerge. The pattern is uniquely suited to continue in order to reach the size you desire. You'll love working with the gradient yarns currently available on the market! If you prefer, solid colors can also be used, changing colors as you like."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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This Lunar Crossings Square Blanket is beautiful! I really like the ombre effect of this yarn too. I don't think I've ever made a square afghan before so that'll be a new twist. Oh my goodness how will I choose the color this time? Anthracite would go with everything but I love the richness of Anemone. Choices! Choices! I also noticed that this pattern calls for the shell stitch and the long single crochet, neither of which I've really worked with before so that'll be fun!

Thank you for this lunar crossing square blanket pattern. I think what I like most about it is that I will not have to change the yarn as the color moves from one shade to the next. One of my crochet pet peeves is the weaving in the yarn. Thank heaven for variegated yarn.

Every time I visit the yarn section at my favorite craft store I admire the ombre selections. With all the color options it is very hard to select just one so I have to leave them all in the store. Now I have a reason to grab a few and make this lunar crossings square blanket. Thank you for the free pattern.

I just love the look of this Lunar Crossings Square Blanket! The color is my go to and the written pattern is well written and easy to understand. I can see this blanket being made in different sizes for the baby up to a queen size bed. I love the different stitches in this one to make a beautiful blanket. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

Gauge is not important with the blanket. You just keep working until it is the size that you like. Using a gradient yarn as she did in this project allows you to have multiple colors in your blanket without having a lot of extra strings attached that would have to be sewed in when finished.

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