I Just Wanna Be a Sheep Blanket
I Just Wanna Be a Sheep Blanket
I Just Wanna Be a Sheep Blanket Featured Tester Photos-
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This Little Piggy Blanket
This Little Piggy Blanket
This Little Piggy Blanket Featured Tester Photos-
  • pink little piggy crochet by Zoe @rousty99 (she chose to do 4 panels of pigs for a longer blanket).
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Moo Cow Blanket
Moo Cow Blanket
Moo Cow Blanket Featured Tester Photos-
  • Cute cow models and finished blanket provided by my tester Amanda @momandmequilting
 
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Sale! Barnyard Buddies Ebook
Barnyard Buddies Ebook
Barnyard Buddies Pattern Pack - Get all 4 Farm Animal Blankets for 25% off in this E-Book! Featuring 4 different blanket patterns (also available individually)-
  • Moo Cow
  • I Just Wanna Be a Sheep
  • This Little Piggy
  • Just Ducky
  • Create the Barnyard Buddies Blanket
  • OR individual animal blankets
  • OR combine them however you like!
4 interchangeable designs - ENDLESS project possibilities!
  • Patterns can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Patterns can be worked in traditional filet blanket panels or as granny squared filet blocks
  • Each of the base designs is 53 sts wide by 25 rows.
  • Pattern Directions for creating individual animal blankets and the Barnyard Buddies blanket are included.
  • Graphs included.
Featured Tester Photos-
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Prehistoric Blanket
Prehistoric Blanket
Hook up these prehistoric creatures in a traditional one-piece filet blanket or in my new signature joinable granny filet blocks style!
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yarn amounts are for a blanket with a finished size of approximately 28x34 inches using DK yarn and a 4.5mm hook. 
  • My Color Recipe: Stylecraft Special DK in Gold, Lime, Bottle, Lobelia and Dark Brown.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 61 stitches across and 23 rows up to make any size blanket. 
 
Fun Fact: Dimetrodons aren't actualy a dinosaur at all!
 
Now, just so we're very clear, I DO NOT subscribe to the theory of evolution, I'm a die hard Creationist, but in that scientific theory, these creatures are supposed to have come long before the dinosaurs, in the Permian period. You cna thank my son for this info - he's a walking Prehistoric fact book! Science is very cool, just a wee bit off the mark sometimes. But I think we can still enjoy all the interesting conjectures!
 
I hope you enjoy making this prehistoric pattern as much as me!
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I Love My Pet Pattern Pack
I Love My Pet Pattern Pack
4 separate deigns for 60% off! I Love My Pet - 4 interchangeable designs - 2 ways (blocks or panels) - 9 unique design combos - ENDLESS project possibilities!
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Each of the 4 designs is 33 sts wide by 18 rows.
  • Patterns are given as single repeats so you can combine them to your liking across a panel or make joinable blocks.
  • You can combine designs in a panel however you wish, but I’ve included SOME popular panel options (paw & heart / paw & bone / paw & fish).
Featured Tester Photos-
  • Joined Grey & Red Granny Block example hooked by Wendy Howell @67WendyHowell
  • Paneled Blanket example hooked by Kaye @Kfrogga
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Cowabunga Blanket
Cowabunga Blanket
My youngest son LOVES turtles! So this was designed with him in mind. I used: Simply DK in Red Rose (113), Blood Orange (119), Buttercup Yellow (122), Lime Green (128), Grass Green (129), Kingfisher Blue (134), Royal Blue (140), Pansy Purple (137) and Raspberry Pink (143) You can hook up these sweet polka dotted turtles using the yarn and the colors of your choice. Pattern is given in both numerical notation and a graph is included as well.This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn. This pattern can be increased in multiples of 40 stitches across and 14 rows up to make any size blanket.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yarn amounts are for a blanket made with Paintbox Simply DK yarn, a 4.5mm Susan Bates Hook. Repeats are 4 turtles wide by 9 turtles high for a finished size of approximately 39 by 51 inches. 
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 40 stitches across and 14 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • Personal tension varies! Please make a swatch (one full graph picture) with your desired yarn and hook to accurately determine your finished size and required yarn amounts. For reference, yardage amounts & finished size given are based on my own tension (an additional 10% has been added to the yarn amounts to help with varying tensions, but I can’t stress the importance of swatching your own!)
 
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a Star is Born
a Star is Born
A Star is Born! The perfect blanket for your next handmade baby shower gift. But it doesn't have to be just for babies - this pattern is easily sized up or down to create any size blanket and how to do this is included. This pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique. A graph of the pattern is also included for those who prefer that method.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook. Gauge is not important! Yarn amounts are for a blanket with a finished size of approximately 32” x 43” using the specified yarn, hook and repeats below. Yarn amounts are approximate and greatly depend on personal tension.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 30 +5 stitches across and 19 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • Blanket can be worked in joinable blocks. (Star Block blanket featured here was hooked and photographed by Elliotte Kellogg @Mychele.makes)
  • I recommend making a swatch (one full graph picture, 35 sts x 19 rows) with your desired yarn and hook and then measure and decide how many repeats you need to get the blanket size you want.
  • Personal tension varies! Please make a swatch to accurately determine your size and yarn amounts.
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What Does the Fox Say
What Does the Fox Say
What Does the Fox Say? Hook up these adorable foxes in a traditional one-piece filet blanket or in my new signature joinable granny filet blocks style!
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and gauge is not important.
  • Yarn amounts are given for a blanket using DK weight yarn with a 4.5mm hook for a finished size of approximately 29 by 32 inches. 
  • This pattern can be increased in multiples of 41 stitches across and 27 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • I recommend making a swatch of one design repeat and measuring to help you decide how many vertical and horizontal repeats you need for your desire size and how much yarn you will require, because everyone’s stitch tension is different.
  • Personal tension varies! Please make a swatch to accurately determine your size and personal yarn amounts.
Blankets featured hooked by Carrie of @harould_and_claude (paneled one-piece in yellow and white) & Whitney of @pretty.pine.tree.crochet (red fox blocks blanket) & Jane @created.uniquely (white foxes with blue stripe)
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Meow Mix
Meow Mix
This unbelievably cute crocheted cat pattern, done in the filet crochet technique, will delight cat lovers both young and old! Make it as a gift or stitch it up to sell in your handmade shop or craft fair booth. Stitch up this pattern as a one-piece blanket or as joinable blocks (pattern for putting a granny square style border around your blocks to prep for joining included).  
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook. Gauge is not important.
  • Yarn amounts are for a blanket with a finished size of approximately 30 by 40 inches using DK yarn and a 4.5mm hook.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 45 stitches across and 34 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • Pattern written in Numerical Filet
  • Graph Included
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The Princess Blanket
The Princess Blanket
Create this beautiful princess blanket for the princesses in your life! Finished size using DK weight yarn is approximately 33x30 inches. Featured blankets: variegated pastels by @offthehook_X, pinks/green/blue by @loopinstitches, and the creamy yellow by @md_mommie All sizing tips and instructions are included. Pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique. CHARTS INCLUDED!    
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Sammy Sloth Blanket
Sammy Sloth Blanket
Sammy Sloth is the perfect blanket to hook up this year because sloths are really IN! Make him for your next baby shower gift or to sell in your handmade shop. This pattern is easily sized up or down to create any size blanket and how to do this is included. This pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique. A graph of the pattern is also included for those who prefer that method. Pictured blanket was hooked by Janelle of @nelliescrochetniche, Kaitlin @ohheykaitcreates, and Jennifer @supernova.stitches  
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and gauge is not important. 
  • Yarn amounts are given DK weight yarn with a finished size of approximately 32x34 inches when making the number of repeats specified in the pattern. 
  • This pattern can be decreased or increased in multiples of 46 stitches across and 21 rows up to make any size blanket.
  • I recommend making a swatch (one full graph picture, 46 sts x 21 rows) in your desired yarn and then measure and decide how many repeats you need to get the blanket size you want.
  • Personal tension varies! Please make a swatch to accurately determine your size and yarn amounts.
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Just Keep Swimming Blanket
Just Keep Swimming Blanket
These swimming sea turtles were designed with my youngest son in mind, and I hope you’ll love the sea turtles as much as he does! Pictured blanket was hooked using Stylecraft Special DK yarn in Khaki, Moss, Petrol, Teal, and bordered in Mocha. Finished size is approximately 29x34 inches (size and yarn amounts may vary depending on personal tension). This pattern is easily sized up or down to create any size blanket and how to do this is included. This pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique. A graph of the pattern is also included for those who prefer that method.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and gauge is not important.
  • Yarn amounts are given DK weight yarn with a finished size of approximately 29x34 inches.
  • This pattern can be increased in multiples of 41 stitches across and 25 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • I recommend making a swatch (one turtle, 41 sts x 25 rows) in your desired yarn and then measure and decide how many repeats, both horizontal and vertical, you need to get the blanket size you want. This will also help you to estimate your yarn amounts, as they may differ from mine. If you plan to change colors, have 2 of each panel color, in case your tension is looser than mine.
   
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Whirly Bird Blanket
Whirly Bird Blanket
Hook up your own Whirly Bird Blanket blanket using the yarn and the colors of your choice. Pattern is given in both numerical notation and a graph is included as well. Blankets featured were hooked by my fabulous tester Kim @musingsofamentalbutterfly (see photos for additional credit into). This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn. This pattern can be increased in multiples of 71 stitches across and 22 rows up to make any size blanket.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and gauge is not important.
  • Yarn amounts are given for the baby sized blanket pictured using DK weight yarn with a finished size of approximately 30x40 inches.
  • This pattern can be increased in multiples of 46 more stitches across and 21 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • I recommend making a swatch (one full graph picture) in your desired yarn and then measure and decide how many repeats you need to get the blanket size you want.
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Friendship is Magic Blanket
Friendship is Magic Blanket
Hook up this MAGICAL unicorn blanket to sell in your handmade shop - it is sure to be a best seller. Or make it as a special handmade baby show gift. You can make it in any size and with any yarn. Pictured was hooked by the amazing Alisha of @crochetandlemoncakes using Stylecraft Special DK yarn in Fondant, Clematis, Cirton, Aspen, Cloud Blue, and White in a toddler size (approximately 35"x 47") that fits perfectly in a crib. You can easily do less panels for a smaller blanket or more panels and more unicorns for a larger blanket. All sizing tips and instructions are included.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and gauge is not important.
  • Yarn amounts are given for the blanket pictured using DK weight yarn. Finished size is approximately 35 in x 47 inches.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 58 + 19 more stitches across and 21 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • I recommend making a swatch (one full graph picture, 81 sts x 21 rows) in your desired yarn and then measure and decide how many repeats you need to get the blanket size you want.
Pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique. CHART INCLUDED!
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Moroccan Mosaic Filet Blanket
Moroccan Mosaic Filet Blanket
Crochet this elegant Moroccan tile design in the filet crochet style. A stunning housewarming or shower gift, and a design your shoppers will be in love with at the fall craft fairs! This blanket can be made in any weight yarn and size, directions are included for easy resizing. Featured blanket was stitched in Sytlecraft Special DK using a 4,5mm hook and 1 ball each (approx. 322 yards) of Petrol, Cypress, Mustard, Tomato and Burgundy. Finished size in the example is approximately 29x34 inches. This pattern is written in Numerical Filet Notation and the graph is included at well.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and any size hook. 
  • I used DK with a 4.5mm hook so yarn amounts are given for DK weight yarn with a finished size of approximately 29x34 inches. 
  • This pattern can be increased or decreased in multiples of 24 +3 stitches across and 22 rows up to make any size blanket. 
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Mr. Seahorse Blanket
Mr. Seahorse Blanket
Mr. Seahorse by Eric Carle is one of my kids' favorite stories, so I just had to do some seahorses to go with the sea turtles and baby belugas. :-) Examples were hooked up by two of my fabulous testers, Cat @_crafty_cat_ (hers is the all blue seahorse) and Kim Deceder @kimdeceder (hers is the striped panel blanket. Pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique. All resizing directions are included too. CHART INCLUDED!
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and gauge is not important.
  • Yarn amounts are given DK weight yarn with a finished size of approximately 30x50 inches. 
  • This pattern can be increased or decreased in multiples of 28+4 stitches across and 32 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • I recommend making a swatch (one seahorse) in your desired yarn and then measure and decide how many repeats you need (both horizontal and vertical) to get the blanket size you want.
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I Heart Narwhals – Pattern Set
I Heart Narwhals – Pattern Set
4 Pattern Set! Narwhals are the Unicorns of the Sea! Create you're own adorable Narwhal blanket for yourself, or to sell in your handmade shop. It's sure to delight kids and adults of all ages! This pattern comes with patterns for FOUR different blanket patterns, all charts are included along with the numerical pattern instructions. All sizing tips and instructions are included. Pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique.

FOUR separate patterns included-

1. As shown with Narwhals facing hearts 2. As shown, but with an alternate Narwhals facing away from the hearts center panel 3. A blanket of just the Narwhals without hearts 4. Pattern to create joinable Narwhal blocks. Cream Narwhals were hooked by the amazing Amanda Klimper of @aklimper As written in the pattern using DK yarn this Cream Narwhal blanket measures about 35x36 inches. Blue hues Narwhal were hooked by the talented Toni Franklin of @Tonimaycrochet. She used worsted weight yarn and added forth panel of narwals for a nice big blanket! Purple & White Narwhals by Emma Moss of @stitchedupbyemma, she omitted the hearts on the out facing narwhal panels.
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At the Pond: Frog Blankets Pattern Set
At the Pond: Frog Blankets Pattern Set
BUNDLED - 2 PATTERN SET! Hook up one of these cute frog blankets for your next baby shower gift or to sell in your handmade shop or craft booth. Featured Blankets Pictured Here (both designs are included!) Just Frogs was hooked by Whitney of @pretty.pine.tree.crochet Frogs & Flies was hooked by Allyson of @AllyM5 This pattern is easily sized up or down to create any size blanket and how to do this is included. This pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique. A graph of the pattern is also included for those who prefer that method.
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Cozy Tea Time Throw
Cozy Tea Time Throw
Hook up these cute tea cups in panels or as joinable blocks to create a joinable blanket, posters, all hangings, cushions - the possibilities are endless! INCLUDES 7 TEA CUP DESIGNS! - Big flower - striped - zig zag - polka dots - diamonds - tiny flowers AND - a BONUS heart tea cup design, which was a free pattern published in @CrochetZine Issue 20, February 2020 Solid panled blanket featured was hooked by Ally Joy of @ohjoy.crochet Joined blocks design was hooked by Crystal Forrester of @peridotandpolkadots
  • This blanket can be EASILY sized up or down and can be made with any weight yarn and hook size preferred. Directions for sizing are included.
  • Pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there. Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique, and a graph is included as well.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn & desired hook. 
  • Following the throw pattern as written in panels, throw will measure about 40 by 50 inches. 
  • Blanket can be increased/decreased in multiples of 42 stitches across and 21 rows up to make any size blanket. Make a swatch (one tea cup, 42 sts x 21 rows) with your desired yarn and hook. Measure your block and decide how many repeats you need to get the width and length you want.
  • For joinable blocks - work each tea cup separately, doing round one of the border to complete the square. Join with desired method - all squares will have 42 sc per side with 1sc for the corners. Blocks measure about 7.5x8.5 inches in DK with a 4.5mm hook. 
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