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This throw is a very generous and beautiful present for any mom-to-be. Beautiful and unique in a special way, this Dream Catcher Blanket Throw by Alla Koval is perfect for any baby. This pattern is free only for a limited time so make sure you visit the link in the pattern’s name now to download your free copy. Your special baby deserves a lovely dream catcher blanket!
Crochet with gorgeous merino wool yarn for cold days, or use any yarn weights for other seasons and occasions. Make an equally stunning blanket in colors of your choice! Because the blanket size is so easily adjusted, make it a baby blankie, a king-size comforter, bedspread or a stylish scarf for yourself by working first 23-33 rows of stitch pattern. Experiment with two different designs of border stitch patterns – as in the featured white blanket – and easily apply them to any custom-sized pieces without any adjustments and recalculating. Even more, work only first 6 rounds of white blanket’s border to get a third option of different looking and fun border!
Option 1 (blue): 47” (120 cm) x 53” (135 cm) without tassels
Option 2 (white): 41” (104 cm) x 49” (125 cm)
Worsted weight (#4 Medium).
Option 1: Cascade Yarns Pacific (60% acrylic, 40% superwash merino wool; 213 yd 195 m/3.5 oz 100 g): 12 skeins of #20 baby blue.
Sport weight (#2 Fine).
Option 2: Omega Isuela (100% mercerized cotton; 295 yd 270 m/3.52 oz 100 g): 9 skeins of #51 white.
• 1 spool (10 yd 9.5 m) of 3/8”
(1 cm) wide printed ribbon (shown: Celebrate it, item #107045)
• 4 stitch markers
• 4” (10 cm) long piece of cardboard
• Sewing needle and coordinating thread
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: My Little CityGirl
Thanks to Alla Koval for the article inspiration and featured image.
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