Diamonds Granny Square Blanket is Finished

For more information on this blanket watch the video below:

This blanket took me eighteen days to make and it uses a 50/50 pattern of traditional and solid granny in each block.  There is a total of thirty-five squares in this blanket..

This pattern comes from Rebecca at Blossom Crochet. I want to thank Rebecca for providing such a beautiful video tutorial. I’ve provided links to both the diamonds tutorial as well as the seamless join below:

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Blossom Crochet: Love Your Diamonds Blanket (granny squares):
https://youtu.be/a9sOGSLbDtg

Blossom Crochet: Join Granny Squares with the ‘Invisible’ Slip Stitch!
https://youtu.be/MEy_GPcWnI8

New Baby Blanket Is Completed

For this blanket I just used a single crochet and a half double crochet to make up the body, and for the trim I used the picot stitch which I learned from Glenda at Creative Grandma . She used this trim in her Baby’s First Christmas Afghan tutorial and I just love it. I’ve provided a link to her tutorial for this below.

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To see more information about this blanket watch the video below:

Baby’s First Christmas Afghan:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRTpA1CCOOU

 

The Modern ” V ” Stitch Blanket Is Finished Plus One More

I just finishhed this new blanket the modern v stitch last night. Plus I also show you in the video below the C2C blanket I finished a couple weeks ago and had forgotten to make a video about it to show everyone so I did it here in this video as well.

Bitchute Channel: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/R28YVvOPMfi4/

The Amethyst Blanket Is Finished

I just finished this beautiful lapghan.  I’m calling this blanket the Amethyst blanket because of the purple tones I used in it. The stitch I used was the Alpine Stitch or as Glenda at Creative Grandma calls it the up and down stitch.  This pattern comes from Glenda at Creative Grandma. Thank you Glenda for providing such a great pattern tutorial. I’ve provided link to her pattern below:

Bitchute Channel: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/R28YVvOPMfi4/

Up and Down Stitch:
https://youtu.be/eCLktKt7w3k

I’ve posted the video I made about this blanket below:

The Ivory Moss-HDC Rectangle Blanket Is Finished!!!

The Ivory Moss-HDC Rectangle Blanket Is Finished!!! It is my own creation. I am so proud of this one. It’ s also the first blanket I’ve written a pattern for. I’ve posted links for the pattern in this post for those of you who want it.  I’ve also put  the video for this blanket below.  I’ve also posted a video for  the completed blanket  below:

Bitchute Channel: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/R28YVvOPMfi4/

Completed Blanket Video Below:

Written Pattern For The Moss Stitch Half Double Crochet Rectangle Blanket

Materials you will need:

– Any yarn of your choosing, I recommend any yarn ranging from Medium 4 worsted weight yarn to bulky or super bulky weight yarn. If making a baby blanket baby yarn is acceptable as well, but I’d personally stick with medium 4 worsted weight yarn.

– Scissors

– Yarn needle

– Crochet Hook ( use the size hook recommended on your yarn label). I used an “ I “ ( 5.5mm) Hook.

Stitches:
Ch(s): chain(s)
St(s): Stitch(es)
Sl st: Slip Stitch

SC: Single Crochet

HDC: Half Double Crochet
Sk 1 st: Skip 1 Stitch

R1-12: Rows 1 – 12

R13-16: Rows 13 – 16

Pattern:

Ch 16 ( For Baby Blanket Size )

Ch 32 ( For Adult Blanket Size )

For rows 1-12: In second Ch from the hook SC, Ch 1 Sk 1 st. In next St SC, Ch 1. Repeat across row. In last St SC, Ch 2, SC, Ch 2. SC all in the same stitch to form the corner. To go across other side Ch 1 Sk 1 st, SC, Ch 1, Sk 1 st, SC in next st. Repeat across matching SC in previous row. In last st SC, Ch 2, SC and Sl st into Ch 2 corner space. Ch 1. Repeat for 12 rows

For rows 13-16: To start R13 HDC, Ch 2, HDC all in Ch 2 corner space, Ch 1. In Ch 1 space from previous row HDC, Ch 1. Repeat across putting a HDC, Ch 1 in each Ch 1 space from the previous row. All corners will have HDC, Ch 2, HDC, Ch 1. Do all the way around. Sl st into HDC at the start of the row to join. Sl st into Ch 2 corner space Ch 1 and turn your work. Repeat R13 for three rows remembering to turn your work at the end of each row. ( Do this for R13-16 only).

Repeat R1-12 then R13-16 to whatever size blanket you want it to be. For an adult size lapghan I like mine to be approximately 35”x 45”.

***This pattern is my own pattern at Oregon Craft Girl. ***This pattern is copyright Oregon Craft Girl© It took a lot of time and work, and I would really like to have it remain “my pattern”.

***You can sell anything you make from my patterns, please just give Oregon Craft Girl the credit for this pattern, Thanks!!! This is designed by Oregon Craft Girl.

Lemon Stitch Blanket Is Finished

I just finished making the Lemon Stitch blanket. This blanket pattern comes from Mikey and Jeanie at The Crochet Crowd. In case you want to make the beautiful blanket, I’ve provided a link to their how to video below.

Bitchute Channel:  https://www.bitchute.com/channel/R28YVvOPMfi4/

Crochet Lemon Peel Stitch – Blanket:

https://youtu.be/n_Y-asyTyAw

I’ve posted the video for this blanket below:

Wave Length Blanket is Finished

Here’s another beautiful lapghan that is so easy to make. This pattern comes from Glenda at Creative Grandma. Thank you Glenda for providing such a great pattern tutorial. I’ve provided link to her pattern below:

Bitchute Channel: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/R28YVvOPMfi4/

Stitch of the Week # 92 Wave Length Stitch :
https://youtu.be/z4tshIutdcQ

Video on this blanket is below:

Fan & Feather Stitch Blanket Is Finished!!!

This blanket pattern comes from Glenda at Creative Grandma. I’ve posted links to her Stitch of the Week and Blanket patterns for this blanket below:

My video of this completed blanket:

Bitchute Channel: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/R28YVvOPMfi4/

Fan and Feathers Stitch:

Fan and Feather Stitch Blanket: