Wild & Free Blanket
Create this beautiful baby blanket from flowered hexagon motifs.
Step-by-step instructions and photo tutorial for motif creation and joining.
These motifs can also be used to create a larger or smaller blanket. You are free to sell items made from this pattern locally at craft markets or online.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Half Double Crochet
20000 Leagues Blanket
- This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and gauge is not important.
- This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 42 stitches across and 21 rows up to make any size blanket.
- Yarn amounts are for a finished size go approximately 40x44 inches in DK yarn, a 4.5mm hook and the specified repeats.
- I recommend making a swatch (42 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 because everyone’s tension is different!
- This pattern is written in Numerical Filet Notation and the Graph is also included.
Some Bunny Loves You Blanket
- Pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given and pattern graph is included as well.
- This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and gauge is not important. Yarn amounts are given for a blanket using DK yarn and making the number of repeats noted in the pattern directions for a finished size of approximately 32x45 inches.
- This pattern can be increased or decreased in multiples of 30 + 21 more stitches across and 19 rows up to make any size blanket.
- I recommend making a swatch (see page 8 for a quick bunny swatch pattern) with your desired yarn and hook. Measure to decide how many repeats you need to get the blanket size you want.
- CHART INCLUDED!!!
At the Pond: Frog Blankets Pattern Set
Under Construction Blanket
- You can make it in any size and with any yarn.
- Pictured is with DK yarn in baby size (approximately 30"x36"). It was hooked by one of my talented pattern testers, Debby Jenniskens. You can follow her on IG as @debbyshaaksels
- 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.
- Graph included.