R&R Crochet Blanket


R&R Crochet Blanket

Make time for some rest and relaxation with this R&R Crochet Blanket that makes the perfect cuddle buddy. Nestle up next to the fire or take a soothing nap with the comfort of this crochet afghan. The bright colors make it look fun and interesting, even though you are perfectly relaxed underneath. The point of this pattern is to make it possible to change between three colors without cutting the yarn between stripes. It'll be a more challenging project, but will make the relaxing time you get that much more worth it.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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This throw has such an interesting stitch pattern that it immediately caught my attention. The colors the designer chose work well together, but since it struck me as a Native American pattern, I would use black, white and red together. I appreciate the designers chart for different sizes, too. That smallest size would make a nice lap blanket for an older person.

This is a lovely color combination. It is very pleasing to the eyes, very welcoming. I want to make this of a lovely daughter who will appreciate to have this on the couch in her bedroom. It is so cuddly she can bundle up in this little girlish RR Crochet Blanket when it gets really cold.

This blanket is pretty cool looking! It has a graphic appeal to it that is slightly more modern than a plain stripe. For me, this would be a practice in patience. You must carry your colors along the back side of the afghan throughout the working of the entire piece. I don't know how people do it, but they do! Something to aspire to, and to get PRACTICE


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