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Namaqualand Blanket Pattern


Updated April 04, 2017
(5 Votes)


Namaqualand Blanket Pattern
Namaqualand Blanket Pattern
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If you'd like to add some serious color to your bedroom or sitting area, then think beyond using paint. Instead, you can pick up your crochet hook and create the Namaqualand Blanket Pattern. This stunner incorporates several crochet stitches, including the popcorn and shell stitches, resulting in a crochet blanket that you'll want to make for everyone in your family. Just keep in mind this crochet pattern is at the intermediate level and is ideal for crocheters who are looking for a bit of a challenge. After you crochet a blanket with this pattern, you'll want to put it on display. And rightly so, too!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Sport weight or fine yarn; blogger used Scheepjes Stonewashed yarn in Moonstone, Canada Jade, Smokey Quartz, Red Jasper, Coral, Lemon Quartz, Blue Apatite, and Deep Amethyst
  • G/6 or 4 mm hook

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Wow. This is such a beautiful blanket. I love all of the colors the designer used. They look so wonderful together. It is such a stunning blanket. She did a great job presenting the pattern on her blog. It is easy to read and contains a long of detailed directions and quite a few pictures and diagrams.

I absolute love this blanket!!! It is fairly easy and looks beautiful!!

At first glance seeing the intermediate rating I must admit it did not phase me. When I started reading the directions and the designer stated she used and I quote "The pattern literally contains every lesson I have learned since starting to crochet" I gave pause. As I read through the directions and saw the pictures, I am most confident I can complete the project with ease. Bring on the tea and snacks! lol

Wowee!! I am breathless right now. Seeing a finished project that is as beautiful as this makes me so happy! The pattern is just very specific and very detailed, and not necessarily too difficult to make in my opinion. She knows how to write a pattern properly, too. I have seen so many patterns using this particular yarn and I have got to give it a try at some point. I was wondering what that name was, too, and now I know.

Namaqualand is here in South Africa so it was the name of this pattern that first caught my eye. It is very dry, arid, sparsely populated but quite beautiful and in Spring the incredible large tracts of wild flowers bring visitors from all over the world. I am sure that it was the flowers that inspired this gorgeous blanket and I, in turn, am hugely inspired to make it for the coming winter! Thank you for this pattern!


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