Winter Rhapsody Lap Blanket

Winter Rhapsody Lap Blanket

Winter Rhapsody Lap Blanket
Winter Rhapsody Lap Blanket

"A winter approved stitch sampler lap blanket. A cozy and fun blanket featuring several stitches including pom pom edging, cluster stitch, faux knit stitch and spike stitch. This blanket could easily be made with scrap yarn to make a happy scrappy stash busting blanket. Pictured with a bulky weight yarn but could be made with any size weight yarn which would just change the finished size. Full of snowballs, icicles and snow drifts! So pretty and fun!"

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Finished Size41" x 45"

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A creative use of your crochet time, that is for sure. I can say that I have not seen a sampler blanket like this one before. It suits your holiday decor just fine, without being overly novelty. No red and green here! No Christmas trees or gingerbread men, either. Display this ALL winter long!

This is a really great idea for a sampler. What I think I will do with it is use it with my friends crochet circle. I try to help my friends learn how to crochet. This would be ideal for learning a bunch of different stitches. Thank you for posting it!

This Winter Rhapsody Lap Blanket is so interesting and nice looking. I love all the different stitches used in this one. This blanket will be a nice one that won't make you board while crocheting due to all the different stitches used. Very interesting pattern indeed with great texture. I like the well written pattern and can't wait to make this one. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet blanket pattern.

This is a wonderful idea for a lap blanket. In addition to being a delightful sampler, this would make a great sensory item for an infant or impaired adult. When I was at the assisted living facility, some of our dementia patients enjoyed anything with a texture. I love it worked up in shades of blue, but it would work equally as well as a scrap buster, too.


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