[Free Pattern] Ladybug, Snail, Butterfly And Bumble Bee – All Together In The Cutest Blanket Ever: My Garden Bug Blanket

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Crochet along with Joanita Theron of Creative Crochet Workshop! This adorable My Garden Bug Blanket is made of four main squares: The Ladybug Square, The Snail Square, The Butterfly Square and The Bumble Bee Square. This adorable blanket is full of delightful butterflies, pretty little ladybugs eager to meet with their garden friends snails and bumble bees! What a joy for the little ones! And such a great project for any crafty nature lover with crochet skills from easy to intermediate.

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This blanket will consist of the following:
SKILL LEVEL:Easy
Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Concentration required for neat finishing.
SIZE:
30 cm x 30 cm
LADYBUGBLOCK-002
My Garden Bug Blanket – Part Two: Snail Square

SKILL LEVEL: Easy to Intermediate
Variety of stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Concentration required for neat finishing.
SIZE:
30 cm x 30 cm
CCW-SNAILBLOCK-002

SKILL LEVEL: Easy
Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Concentration required for neat finishing.

SIZE:
30 cm x 30 cm

CCW-BUTTERFLYBLOCK-003
For the other three parts of My Garden Bug Blanket, please visit Joanita Theron’s blog: Creative Crochet Workshop.
UPDATE 29.05.2015
SKILL LEVEL: Easy
Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Concentration required for neat finishing.

SIZE:
30 cm x 30 cm 
Bumble Bee Block
Thank you to Joanita Theron for the written pattern, images and inspiration!

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37 Comments to [Free Pattern] Ladybug, Snail, Butterfly And Bumble Bee – All Together In The Cutest Blanket Ever: My Garden Bug Blanket

  1. dailycrochet

    Hi Annette! Yes, it is, right? super cute! She’s going to post part four on the 29 of May. On her blog, on the left site, scroll down and around the middle it says: Part Four Coming 29 May 2015.Just check her blog back then to print #4. Hope this helps! 🙂

  2. Pam Stone thanks for noticing! The blog’s address has changed. All the links in the article were replaced with the new address. Please click any of the titles ( one line under) to get to the pattern’s page. Hope it helps! <3

  3. please can you tell me where to find the patterns. When I click on the pattern links it comes up with a message saying nothing is found .

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