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Ocean and Seas Preemie Blanket
"I love how the colors of this blanket using Red Heart Soft Baby Steps, remind me of the oceans and seas, and the fun spirit of this blanket reminds me of the fun and sometimes wildness of the waves. Finished Size: 28” x 28” Materials: Worsted weight (4-medium) yarn CA: Red Heart, Soft Baby Steps, Aqua, 270 yards (2 skeins) CB: Red Heart, Soft Baby Steps, Elephant, 270 yards (2 skeins) CC: Red Heart, Soft Baby Steps, Jadie, 270 yards (2 skeins) J-10 (6.00mm) crochet hook Fabric scissors Yarn needle, to weave ends Gauge: 3 dc sts x 2 rows is 1”"
Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge3 dc sts x 2 rows is 1”
Finished Size28” x 28”
- Worsted Weight Yarn
- J crochet hook
- Fabric scissors
- Yarn needle, to weave ends
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Nov 06, 2017
This is a lovely pattern from a new designer whose blog I have never visited before. This blanket is for an intermediate level crocheter, so if you are new to crochet you will want to look around her blog to see if she has a beginner project available before you jump right in to this one.
Jul 26, 2017
Thank You fore the pattern's you share,I enjoy being able to try them ,and be able to see what they will look like. and my Grand kid's can shop for thing's they like or want me to make for them ,at NaNa's shop !!!
Feb 05, 2017
Theres nothing spectacular about this blanket as its just a solid version of a granny square that keeps on growing larger. But it would be very warm since it has such close stitches. The picot edging sets it apart and is not too frilly for a boys blanket. I really like the color combination though. It does reflect the colors of the sea and sky.
Jan 17, 2017
This is a pretty preemie blanket, worked from the center out. The neutral tones are nice, especially for a boy, but I would change the colors some for a girl, maybe white or light yellow instead of the gray. What's nice is that you could make this pattern smaller if needed for a preemie who weighs less than 6 pounds.
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