Beautiful Shells Blanket Written Pattern For Beginners

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Shell patterns are beautiful and can be made in many different variations.

One variation is the beautiful shells blanket written pattern where the stripe is worked in two rows – first you create a row of v-stitches, then you infill the v-spaces with shells.

This beautiful shell blanket pattern is double sided, meaning you get two beautiful blankets in one.

It’s easy to make and looks beautiful on both sides!

The stripe of v-stitches creates a delicious texture, while the rows of shells infill the v-spaces beautifully.

The result is a delicious texture that would make for a lovely crochet project to keep your hands busy during cold winter months or as a gift for someone else.

This written pattern would be perfect for beginners who want to try making something new – it needs a little concentration early on but then becomes memorizable.

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Beautiful Shells Blanket Written Pattern

This beautiful sandy texture has the colors of coastal dunes and salty sea air.

It's perfect for your next beach inspired project!

The interlocking shells give this blanket a gorgeous feel, with its pretty stripes reminding you of summer.

Crochet Interlocking Shell Stitch

Shell pattern is a quick growing and versatile crochet design that can be used for blankets, afghans or even clothing.

The Interlocking Shell Stitch Crochet Blanket produces an elegant yet classy blanket with its dual look of lace-like chains on top partnered by straight stitches below making this perfect addition to your home decor!

With its quick growing advantage, this pattern produces an excellent finish on any project you are working towards it!

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