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This spectacular crochet throw blanket pattern has an amazing yet quite simple design. It is the perfect gift to anyone as nobody can have too many throw blankets. Candyfloss Daydreams by Catherine Bligh is a square blanket made of four different sizes of square. The squares fit all together like a jigsaw puzzle and the light and ruff border adds charm and beauty to lovely design made of squares.
Crochet Throw Blanket Free Pattern
Yarn: I used Stylecraft Special DK in sherbet, candyfloss, soft peach, toy, and cream. You will need two
balls of sherbet and candyfloss, and three balls of soft peach, toy and cream. I used approximately 185g
of sherbet, 190g of candyfloss, 235g of soft peach, 215g of toy, and 255g of cream.
Hook: 4.5mm hook, but if going up or down a hook size is comfortable and gives you the right size of
square, use what feels comfortable to you.
You will also need a tapestry needle for sewing in ends, and you may find stitch markers helpful. If you
don’t have stitch markers, short lengths of a contrasting colour yarn work just as well.
I use safety-pins when it comes to joining all the squares together, to help keep track of what I’m doing.
You can use safety-pins or stitch markers for this. It’s not essential, but is extremely helpful.
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Thanks to Catherine Bligh for the article’s inspiration and featured image.
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