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Happiest Blanket Ever

Happiest Blanket Ever
Happiest Blanket Ever
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"This is the Happiest Blanket Ever! Or at least the happiest blanket I’ve ever made. It was fun to make, and puts a smile on my face every time I look at it - I hope it does the same for you! The Happiest Blanket Ever is great in any size - and there’s a chart with all the sizes below. You can go with just 2 colors, or the rainbow riot of colors shown here - it’s a great stashbuster! And with its easy 2 row repeat can relax you as you crochet. And the border will have you on cloud nine!"

Easy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeBaby, Throw, Twin, Queen, King

Materials List

  • US-K hook
  • 1240-8600 yds Lion Brand Vanna's Choice
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What a pretty project. It has a look that appears complicated but after looking at the instructions I can tell it will be fairly easy. I love the rainbow of colors in the photo. The edging is quite pretty for finishing the blanket off too. I could do different things with this. For some reason an orange and black one comes to mind for part of the dcor during the month of October. This would be nice made up for lap covers for people in the hospital, chemo or wheelchair bound patients or an elderly person who gets chilled easily. I think I'd like it for a shawl-like blanket. What do you think? Seems to be a great pattern for gift blankets.

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