Tiny Royal Baby Blanket


Tiny Royal Baby Blanket

Tiny Royal Baby Blanket
Tiny Royal Baby Blanket

"Few months ago, I was browsing Pinterest, and I came across this new crochet technique called the Element CAL. what does it mean? I didn't know then, but I liked it so much that I started crocheting immediately, following the tutorial videos by: itsallinanutshell.com, which I thank so much for the gorgeous Element CAL design and clear instructions. This technique needs concentration at first, nevertheless, with time your work will go smoothly. I had a small bag full of cotton yarn (catania and alize), so I wanted to make a project inspired by the Element CAL pattern, and now I proudly present to you my Tiny Royal Baby Blanket. Materials Yarn: Schachenmayer, Catania, 100% cotton, yarn weight: sport. 50 g/ 1.75 oz. 125 m/ 137 yds. one skein of each: anthrazit 429, denim 421, jade 253 and gold 249. Alize, cotton baby, 50% cotton, 50% acrylic. classical unbrushed, 100 g/ 3.53 oz. 270 m/295 yds. color 13. 2 skeins. Crochet Hook: US: E-4, 3.5 mm. Tapestry needle"


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge26 stitch in 32 rows in single crochet

Finished Size25 inch/ 64 cm long, 20.5 inch/ 53 cm wide.

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There is a lot of detail to this design. Working this granny square in the three colors really allow you to see the design elements from the center of the granny square to the outer edge. The border is the final attention to detail.

Tiny royal baby blanket, very neat and tidy, very organized. I really like the color yellow combined with blues, and browns. I love it.

The skill level for this design is advanced but with all of the details pictures provided by the contributor the only crochet element that may pose a problem is the crochet stitches back post single stitch and front post treble crochet. To obtain such a beautiful granny square it is worth the effort to research online for instructions videos if you need.

You cant really see from the tiny photo above, so be sure to click on the link to see what a glorious texture pattern this project truly has. The designer takes you round by round through the square with excellent close up photos. And that edging is spectactular! Im going to work this up with the centers as snowflakes and the rest in royal blue and gold.


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