This Snuggle Stitch Crochet Blanket Is Super Awesome! [Free Pattern]

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This Snuggle Stitch Crochet Blanket pattern may just become your new favorite pattern. Snuggle Stitch is such a lovely and interesting stitch which also works up really quickly!
Snuggle Stitch Crochet Blanket designed by Meet Me At Mike's is really a great project, so colorful and happy and a great way to use up your leftover yarns. Perfect for a lazy weekend and for when you want to crochet a quick baby afghan, this pattern is simply awesome!


Snuggle Stitch Crochet Blanket Free Pattern

A few notes:

a) the edges of this will be a bit bumpy, but still pretty straight. You can leave as is, or you can crochet an edge around it, once done
b) I like to weave in ends with a needle, rather than crochet over loose ends, as it creates a neater finish and hides the ends more efficiently. You might like to do that too
c) I used DK/8ply acrylic yarn – in various brands – because I love bright colours
d) Stitches used in this project are: Chain Stitch and Treble Stitch
e) I used a crochet hook I found at the Camberwell Market, but I suggest using a 3.5mm or 4.0mm hook for this project, for best results!

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This Snuggle Stitch Crochet Blanket Is Super Awesome!

Check out the original source for this Snuggle Stitch Crochet Blanket Free Pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Meet Me At Mike's.

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