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Duchess of Cambridge Crochet Blanket


Updated March 01, 2017
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Duchess of Cambridge Crochet Blanket
Duchess of Cambridge Crochet Blanket
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We can't help but bow down to the genius of the Duchess of Cambridge Crochet Blanket. This crochet pattern will keep any member of your royal family warm in the cold of winter. We're sure Kate Middleton, the duchess herself, would approve of this lovely throw and its almost lacy pattern. This beautiful pattern is the result of the crochet stitch called Duchess Lace. There is a link to how to crochet this specific stitch in the instructions to the pattern. You'll be regal and cozy in this crochet blanket.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Why AFCAP Loves This Pattern:

Our favorite part of this crochet blanket is the delicate stitch pattern that's on full display. The Duchess Lace Stitch, used throughout this afghan, is an elegant name for a stitch that features interlocking shells worked in a criss-cross diamond pattern. The result is a diamond lace motif that, when paired with the classic rose and off-white shades of this crochet blanket, looks as regal as it does soft to the touch. For anyone who might be intimidated by the thought of a lace motif, don't be! This one uses double crochets, slip knots and chains, so it's quick and easy to master. 

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A beautiful blanket in the crochet stitch called Duchess Lace, uses nice chunky yarn, which will help it grow quickly. What I like about it is its lacy look. There is a written pattern as well as a tutorial to help the user master this stitch. I think I would like to add a little lace edging to both ends to make it look a little bit lacier.

This is another pattern that is easier than it looks. Works up really quickly once you get first few rows done to establish pattern. Used cream and pale pink in Bernat Baby Yarn and it came out beautiful!

Wow I just love the look of this Duchess of Cambridge Crochet Blanket. The colors are great and the pattern is so well written I think anyone can follow it as long as they know the stitches. I think I would do a few of these for the cold weather months coming in one color and one with the colors in the pattern. Thank you for this beautiful free pattern.

This is the Kate Middleton afghan because the stitches used are the duchess stitch all throughout. I have pinned and saved this pattern which says intermediate level of difficulty. Here is the link to the pattern for your easy reference http// == w-pattern/.


I love the colors of this throw, perfect for spring! I was just looking for my next bulky crochet project, looks like I've found it.


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