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Cinnamon Spice Granny Square Blanket

Cinnamon Spice Granny Square Blanket
Cinnamon Spice Granny Square Blanket
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Cinnamon Spice Granny Square Blanket is a baby blanket pattern that is worked up as a continuous, or never ending, granny square pattern. Granny square afghans like this are so easy to work on since you can keep crocheting around your granny square if you'd like to make your crochet blanket bigger. This easy pattern is perfect for the newbie crocheter and makes for a perfect baby shower gift. Choose the soft and warm colors as suggested, or pick your own favorite colors for a blanket uniquely you.


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

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This is such an easy project for anyone to complete. From the beginner just learning the trade and needing to have success in creating something to the advanced that just need something "fun" to complete without struggling to learn new stitches. It is a great baby gift.

I really tried to determine the shade of brown yarn that was used to complete this cinnamon spice granny square baby blanket. I believe the mix in the yarn is what really sets off the "cinnamon spice". Does anyone have any idea the name of the yarn?

I am in no way positive, but the yarn kind of looks like Hobby Lobby's Yarn Bee. ?? But that is a chain store yarn not a premium yarn that a lot of crafters like to use when making their crochet samples on their blogs- so, he-he, it really could be anything! I kinda want it to be less of the creamy color and more of a darker spice color.

This is a pattern to make baby blankets. I crochet for charity every year and will be using this pattern to make several baby boys and girls blankets to mail in December.

A simple classic that is great for crocheters who are just getting the hang of working double crochet stitches. The smaller hook size with the worsted weight makes the stitches nice and snug, and the colour choices really make this throw stand out. I love it! Thanks for sharing with us.

I was expecting a darker brown shade as it said cinnamon but it's okay. This is a very relaxing color scheme, though. Here's the link to the pattern It is not in perfect English as the pattern was done by a non-speaking crocheter so just bear with it. Thanks. Here's the link to the pattern anyway http// == Baby%20Blanket.


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