Who doesn’t like to work on crocheted blanket project? Hmm? Well, it is a wonderful and easy beginner’s project to a bigger commitment than creating a scarf or shawls or hat. Plenty of patience are required in making and creating crocheted blankets. It is indeed a good exercise in commiting to one WIP. What bullcrap I am talking about. Hahaha. You can start as many blanket WIPs as you want! Of course, commitment… is merely a word. I bet we all have some piles of unfinished WIPs in the closet. Tsk… To add more WIP piles to your collection, here’s a pattern round-up of crocheted blankets from all over the world. Same rule — as usual: read disclaimer.
Disclaimer: All stitch pattern link goes to respective source. All photographs are courtesy of each respective writer. I only use ONE image per stitch tutorial which will be linked directly towards their websites. I hope I have credited them all properly. Should there be any objections, please contact me directly and personally. Please do not cyber-bash people here — it’s not elegant.
Arrow Stitch Afghan
Snapdragon Baby Blanket
by Cathy Phillips of capscrochet.webs.com