Llama Crochet Blanket

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What's more fun than a llama?

I bet you can't guess which one is my favorite.

That would be hard because there are four different kinds, and each has its own personality!

Flower Crown Llama (her crown makes him look extra royal), Hipster Llama with his trendy glasses set on top of his head as if it was meant for him all along…

Heart Glasses Llama sits next to Sunglasses Ella in what looks like a cozy town square during sunset hours where couples stroll hand-in-hand under fairy lights while they chat about their days together; maybe these two besties had too much sun earlier that day and they're cooling off in the shade.

While we are talking about besties, let's not forget Hipster Llamas and Flower Crown Llama who have their own hip little corner of town!

They even brought some friends to enjoy a fun-filled day at the square…

But before you get too cozy here with all these llamas, I should warn you that they do not like to be copied.

If you use the same color scheme and stitch multiple llamas together across these graphs for a blanket or wall hanging…

They will know!



C2C Llama Crochet Blanket

This free crochet pattern for a corner to corner blanket is made with four graphgan llamas.

It's a great way to use up leftover yarn and it works great as a baby afghan, throw, or lap blanket.

“My latest corner to corner blanket is this Llama themed graphgan! Which llama is your favorite? Let me know what you think over on Instagram! Each of the 4 crochet llamas is a c2c crochet blanket graph. Pictured top to bottom and left to right, the animals are: “Flower Crown Llama”, “Hipster Llama”, “Heart Glasses Llama” and “Sunglasses Llama”.”

crochet hook: G/4 mm
yarn: worsted weight (#4). I used Red Heart Super Saver
tapestry needle
locking stitch markers

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Llama Crochet Blanket
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Thanks to Melissa Hassler for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

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