Swan Lake

(1 customer review)


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.


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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1 review for Swan Lake

  1. Janine (verified owner)

    My rating is based on my experience “so far”. I just started the blanket. I am new to filet crochet. This is my third project. To date, I have not done any using the grid. I would try it sometime, but have to wonder why whomever created filet crochet would count one stitch as 2. It makes no sense to my mind. I much prefer your numerical filet crochet pattern. I have done with “regular” written instructions and another that used an X in place of a comma. But they all count every stitch as a stitch. Simple pattern for a simple mind. 🙂 Thank you and others who take the time to make the pattern make sense.

    • Becca

      Hi Janine,
      Thanks for sharing, especially as a new filet crocheter! I do like to keep things simple and I’m glad to know you appreciate it!

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