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Royal Wedding Crochet Blanket

Royal Wedding Crochet Blanket
Royal Wedding Crochet Blanket
This image courtesy of redheart.com

There's nothing like a lovely wedding, especially when the couple is royal! Whether it's for your own or another person's wedding anniversary, work up this Royal Wedding Crochet Blanket for a wonderful gift. The union of lace and flowers adorn this crochet afghan. It's also a great complement to any room because of its beautiful simplicity in neutral colors. Give your home and marriage the royal treatment with this absolutely amazing crochet pattern. We guarantee that you'll want to start today.

Intermediate

Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I made this blanket as a wedding gift. I made 12 squares instead of 9 as I wanted the blanket to be larger. I also used three colors. I was extremely pleased with the end result.

What beautiful lacy work! The Royal Wedding Crochet Blanket is exquisite. I love the elegant flower petals and the monochromatic color scheme. The diagrams and abbreviations should prove very helpful on this intermediate level pattern. This will be the perfect addition to my all white room. Hand crafting this one will be a pleasure!

The best way to explain the borders is that you are not connecting the "squares", you are connecting one square with the BORDER of the other square. When you make a "join", you are dropping your stitch and reconnecting through the open space in the border. All those chains you made in the first border are actually the center between two squares. Hope this helps

I have the squares finished, but am confused on the border patter. Did the first step, no issue, but does step three go the another square? This is where I am getting lost. Any kind of clarification I can find?

I have made this Royal Wedding Crochet Blanket 7 times using different colors and it is stunning no matter if you have main light and border dark or the opposite. Thank you so much for this amazing pattern, it will be my go-to for all future wedding gift!

This is another blanket I would like to make if only for its color combination. I just love everything brown and everything with brown. So this Royal Wedding Crochet Blanket is in my queue of projects. I just hope I will have the energy to finish the project to the end especially when it's time to connect the squares.

written pattern diagram are not the same. please correct update

Hi alicemn, The Red Heart pattern on AllFreeCrochet is copied from Red Heart's own website - if you have any trouble with the pattern, I suggest you contact Red Heart for one of their tech editors to look it through. This is not a pattern created by AFC or AFCAP. If there's a specific row or round that's incorrect from what is displayed on Red Heart's website for this pattern, please let me know and I can update it. Thank you, and I'm sorry for the inconvenience! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet and AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns

I feel like it would look even better if it was all one color. I love the antique look it has to it!

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