Percy Penguin Blanket
Percy Penguin Blanket
Percy the Penguin Blanket - an adorable little penguin face pattern that can be worked in joinable blocks or as a one-piece blanket.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 51 stitches across and 28 rows up to make any size blanket.
  • Yarn amounts are given for a one-piece blanket with a finished size of approximately 24 x 24 inches using DK yarn and a 4mm hook. 
  • The size of an aran/worsted (with a 5mm hook) Percy Block is 13" with initial granny bordering.
Beginner? Stitch tutorial links and other tips and tricks 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. Need extra help along the way? Just ask! White and blue Percy Penguin Pillow & Blanket set crocheted by Petra Baerens
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Sadie Sloth Blanket
Sadie Sloth Blanket
Sadie the Sloth Blanket - an adorable sloth face pattern that can be worked in blocks or in panels.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
    • 2x2 sloth one-piece blanket has a finished size of approximately 24 x 24 inches using DK yarn and a 4mm hook and the Simple Border.
    • Granny Block has a finished size of approximately 13 inches square inches using aran/worsted yarn and a 5mm hook. Sample blanket was made adding 2 additional granny round before joining with the CJAYG granny method.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 51 stitches across and 28 rows up to make any size blanket. 
Beginner? Stitch tutorial links and other tips and tricks 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. Need extra help along the way? Just ask! Brown sloths crochet by Carrie of @haroldandclaude Blue granny sloths crocheted by Linda @thelittlecrochetboutique
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Southwestern Blanket
Southwestern Blanket
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yarn amounts are for a blanket with a finished size of approximately 30 x 32 inches using DK yarn and a 4mm hook. 10% has been added to my personal amounts to arrive at the stated yardage to help account for varying tensions.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 20 + 43 stitches across and 15 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • New to Numerical Filet patterns? See the Help Guide on the last page of this pattern!
Yarn & Supplies
  • 202 yards each of: Stylecraft Simply DK in Gold, Copper, Turquoise, Empire, and Claret (or 202 yards per 15 row repeat)
  • Optional: 150 yards Stylecraft Simply DK yarn in Graphite for the Simple Border
  • 4mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
  • Yarn Needle
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Love Squared
Love Squared
Love Squared Blanket
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • You can work this pattern as individual granny squares to join in the method of your choosing OR make one big continuous granny blanket using the formula provided below for your yarn amounts. 10% has been added to my personal yarn amounts to arrive at the given yardage.
  • Make more or less heart repetitions (rows 10-17) to change the size of your granny blanket. 3 inches per side (6 inches total) using DK yarn & a 4mm hook. • The pattern is written in traditional words for Rows 1-17 AND it is given in Numerical Filet for the rounds 3 -17 with a graph included for the repeated rounds (10-17).
  • Important! I make my solid grannies a little different to avoid that ugly join line up the center of your square (and it is completely necessary for this filet style granny) - refer to the special techniques & terms on page 3, where you’ll find photos to help you. 
  • Beginner? Stitch tutorial links and other tips and tricks 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.
CHART INCLUDED. Need extra help along the way? Just ask! Block Version by Mel of @mel_jane_27 All Pink Version by Jasmine of @njlmum
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Swan Lake
Swan Lake
Swan Lake Blanket
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yarn amounts are for a blanket with a finished size of approximately 45 inches square, using aran yarn and a 5mm hook.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased by changing your yarn weight/hook size. Or lengthened for a rectangular blanket by adding a third swan panel.
  • New to Numerical Filet patterns? See the Help Guide on the last page of this pattern!
Beginner? Stitch tutorial links and other tips and tricks 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. CHART INCLUDED. Need extra help along the way? Just ask! Pink & White Swans by Sharine of @charbellas_creations White Swans on the brink background by Carla of @carlyscrafts  
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Ted E. Bear Blanket
Ted E. Bear Blanket
Ted E. Bear - an adorable bear face pattern that can be worked in blocks or in panels.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yarn amounts are for a blanket with a finished size of approximately 30 inches square using aran yarn and a 5mm hook. Individual (unjoined) bear blocks are 13 inches.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 49 stitches across and 27 rows up to make any size blanket. 
Beginner? Stitch tutorial links and other tips and tricks 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. Need extra help along the way? Just ask! Grey paneled Ted E. Bear blanket crocheted & photographed by Jane of @created.uniquely  
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Love Birds Blanket & Block
Love Birds Blanket & Block
Love Birds Blanket - featuring sweet love birds on a branch of heart shaped leaves. Love Birds Block - features a pair of love birds and can be used to create joinable blocks or for other projects such as pillows, sweaters, and wall hangings.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yarn amounts are for a blanket with a finished size of approximately 37 by 48 inches using DK yarn and a 4mm hook. 10% has been added to help account for differing tensions.
  • A larger blanket can be created using Aran/Worsted weight or chunky and appropriate hook sizes for those weights.
  • BONUS! Blocks can be made from the Love Birds block design to create any number of projects, or this block can be repeated to make a more plain blanket panel. Or you can color change the blocks in a panel (see page 3 for how to make color blocks in a one-piece blanket).
Beginner? Stitch tutorial links and other tips and tricks 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. Need extra help along the way? Just ask! Love Birds block & block blanket made by Petra Baerens @sulfstmokt  
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