This tutorial will walk you through a beautiful crochet granny blanket! This crochet stitch makes the most unique texture of any crochet pattern I have encountered!
HOW DO YOU MAKE THE UNIQUE CROCHET GRANNY BLANKET?
We can make a beautiful crochet granny blanket pattern by using 4 elegant yarn colors, The recommended colors dark grey, lavender, white, and a dark peach or coral color. They run 130meters and 50g and are very soft. You will also need a 4.5mm needle.
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Keep reading and check the tutorial below to learn how to make this granny pattern and how to use it for a blanket.
The granny pattern looks gorgeous and complex, but if you follow along with the tutorial, you will find the details in making this beautiful blanket are not as complicated. It is a simply precious pattern and will look stunning on anything or anyone.
Ideas for Crochet Granny Blanket
This is a fast growing pattern which makes it more enjoyable. There are small open spaces that make the texture so fascinating! When crocheting the pattern, you must start with the middle square and move around.
You can choose to incorporate even more colors if you have a more colorful vision such as navy, orange, red, mint green, light blue, green, and 2-colored variegated yarn. Surprise your loved ones with this adorable crochet granny blanket. They will most definitely love the pattern, your thoughtful effort, and the unique idea for a gift!
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Photos of this blanket by: Woll Geist. Video by: Fiber Spider.
Would love to have the written pattern for crochet Granny Blanket pattern.
Hi ladies, I to wanted a written pattern & found one on raverly. Type in Granny’s log cabin Afghan. It is a free download
Could I have a written pattern please.
I so enjoy your videos, I recently learned how to surface crochet, thank you for your videos, you make it easy to follow.
Can i get a written one?
Thank you for this version of my favorite, Granny Square! EASY to follow and understand. I am a self taught crocheter (about 8 years now) in my late 50’s. I have trouble with tension because of lack of feeling in my hands. Granny squares are SOOOO forgiving that I prefer them. NOW I have a variation to play with because you shared this. <3 THANKS!