• [Free Pattern] This Stunning Blanket Is Made Using Only Three Crochet Stitches

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    This is the season for joy and hope so why not celebrate it with this beautiful blanket too? Add joy to your home decor by with this beautiful JOY Blanket pattern by Jody Pyott. Gorgeous and unique, this pattern will not only bring the spirit of the season to your room but will also beautify any spot in your house.


    This crocheted blanket is an original design that is easy to complete. The entire blanket requires only three crochet stitches – chain stitch, single crochet and the popcorn stitch. The pattern includes the instructions, a list of materials and the yarn amounts needed for a finished blanket approximately 41” x 58”.

    Pattern calls for 16 skeins of Plymouth Encore yarn: 4 burgundy, 5 deep orange and 7 cream.

    The pattern can be customized to your own color choices. Also, rows can be added or taken away to create the size you would like.

    JOY blanket by Jody Pyott

    Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Jody Pyott’s Ravelry Store

    Thanks to Jody Pyott for the article inspiration and featured image.

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    50 Comments to [Free Pattern] This Stunning Blanket Is Made Using Only Three Crochet Stitches

    1. Wow..I just paid $5. for this pattern…what an amazing site this is…I will probably never make this as to much concentrating needed…but for in my younger days I would of made it in heart beat

    2. Fair warning! If you are a right handed crocheter, when making popcorn stitches, the stitches HAVE to face away from you in order for your letters to be correct. If your popcorn stitches face you, your letters WILL be backwards.

    3. It’s the Cancer Support Lap Blanket by Peach Unicorn Designs. I made it as a wedding gift for a couple of Aggies so i changed a few words and put hearts where the ribbons go. You’ll see in the pic why i mention they are Aggies. Lol

    4. * how long did it take you to finish this? I have just started crocheting and only doing small projects at the moment…a bit intimidated to start such a big project but would love to do this for my girls. Thanks.

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