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Happy Little Tree Blanket

By: Rachele Carmona from
Updated August 31, 2018
Happy Little Tree Blanket
Happy Little Tree Blanket
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"Hi, y’all! Welcome to my first pattern tutorial geared toward absolute beginners. Happy Little Tree is an engaging, yet stunningly simple piece that you’ll enjoy making as much as you enjoy the finished product. Plus, Bob Ross, am I right?? Happy Little Tree includes instruction for a pretty little rose hexagon, and a solid hexagon as well. The instructions are complete, through joining and the border. With this sweet three round border, you can't go wrong! And the sides of this blanket are absolutely straight, which I love. Make one for a special babe - it's as fun to make as it is to gift!"


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size34 x 36 in.

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This might be the prettiest pattern I've seen! So so stunning. And the fact that it's easy makes me love it even more, cause it certainly looks impressive! Was thinking, too, I might even change the hexagons to green and white, and the flowers to red so I can hook this into a Christmas afghan. So versatile!


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