• [Free Pattern] Interesting Effect Alternating Styles: 6-Day Kid Blanket

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    Like someone said: “Nice blanket and the dog is off the cuteness chart!!!!” It’s true!! This free 6-Day Kid Blanket pattern by Beth Elliott has a very interesting effect alternating styles. I cannot say enough how much I simply love this pattern! It is very easy to memorize which makes it go really, really fast.

    Finished Size: 36″ by 33″
    Hook: US I
    Gauge: approx. 2 1/2 sts. and 1 1/2 rows per inch in dc.
    (supposed to say: “To save time, take time to check gauge, but it’s a blanket, so
    who really cares? find the hook that gives you the tightness/loosness in your
    stitches that you like.)
    Skill: Intermediate
    Yarn: 7 balls Bernat Softee Chunky
    100g/3.5 oz. Chunky weight, 150 m/164 yards/skein.

     

    6-Day Kid Blanket by Betty McKnit

    Image source:Betty McKnit

    Thanks to Betty for article inspiration and featured image

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    46 Comments to [Free Pattern] Interesting Effect Alternating Styles: 6-Day Kid Blanket

    1. @[1029750378:2048:Jessica Leigh Easter] check this out, once you get the pattern down, it is easy to make. The first couple of rows you have to pay attention to, but after that it is pretty much habit so you can watch movies or tv while crocheting.

    2. Jessica is a sweet young woman that I used to work with and is trying to learn so many different crafts especially crocheting. I keep trying to find her easy, simple patterns so that she won’t give up. there are a lot of Easters here in AR

    3. I used to say that but I started only thinking about one row at the time and the stitch I was doing instead of the entire pattern. It made those I can’t do that ones into look what I did!

    4. Yes I did send it .please let me know if it dine come through. The only thing you must remember is that instead of the sc you must do a dc and a dc is a trebble crochet .it’s an overseas pattern

    5. Thanks Brenda my daughter will check her internet whenshe gets a chance she is busy building a house so she is on site all the time comes home very tired I am visiting her in Polokwane xx

    6. Bonsoir, j’adore votre couverture ! et merci de nous faire partager les explications sur ravelry ! Mais, en ce qui me concerne, les explications ne sont pas en francais, et je n’arrive pas Ă  les traduire. J’adorerai la faire pour mon petit-fils, serait-il possible de les avoir en francais ou d’avoir un diagramme. Merci beaucoup, vous ferez une mamie heureuse. Et encore fĂ©licitation !

    7. T hank you so much for sharing this pattern,,,I have been after this patern before the holidays and never could get my hands on it so thank you again. Can’t wait till I get started,,,its a beautiful afghan

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