Crochet your own Annie Baby Blanket!
Easy to make with full instructions (in both UK and US terms). Includes lots of photos to guide you through making this lovely bright blanket for your baby or as a wonderful, colourful gift.
You'll need approximately 250g of DK yarn (I used 100% cotton) plus scraps of colours for the stripes.
Stitches used: slst = slip stitch, ch = chain, dc = double crochet (sc in US terms), tr = treble crochet (dc in US terms).
Photo tutorial included for how to change…
"Janus, the Roman God, is known for having two faces. When I designed this blanket, I couldn't decided which \"face\" was the right side because they are equally lovely. Makes a perfect stashbuster or use the colors detailed in the pattern. This thoroughly tested 7 page pattern includes: complete materials list including 27 colors of aran/worsted yarn used in the sample notes including total yarn used (1360-1400yds) and included multiples for adjusting the size of your blanket (sample is…
A CAL is a great way to learn new skills, and Kate Eastwood’s Spring Sampler Shawl is the perfect way to learn new stitches! This beauty is a deep rectangular shawl that includes Suzette stitch, bobble stitch, zig zag stitch and waffle stitch, with a pretty ruffled edging!
More sizing info on English listing
This sweater pattern is a top-down raglan style and is advanced-beginner level. I have a video tutorial on my youtube channel for the method of ribbing used for the bottom of the sweater,
It is written for worsted/Aran/10ply yarn, though I have had it made in dk yarn with very similar results.
The pattern is written in US terms and stitches used are hdc, bobble (dc5tog), scblo and chain.
Its up to you where your sweater finishes as the length is easily…