Spring into Summer Crochet Blanket Pattern


Spring into Summer Crochet Blanket Pattern

As the season begins to shift, it's time to break out the Spring into Summer Crochet Blanket. Full of delicious colors and irresistible texture, it's the perfect lightweight crochet afghan pattern as the spring fades into the summer. Worked in corner to corner crochet or crazy stitch as it's also called, you'll create a simple blanket full of texture. Using variegated yarn, the stripes will crochet themselves. Create a beautiful blanket to snuggle with as you welcome summer with this lovely pattern.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Thank you for the sharing this wonderful spring into summer crochet pattern. I am extremely fond of the yarn you selected to make this blanket.The edging you used is really interesting and I am anxious to give this pattern a go.

I have been to this site more than once an look at the patterns in awe and wonder which one I want to make first. The owner of the Felted Button site is a gifted artist and I applaud all of her work and I am extremely grateful that she gives us the opportunity to work some patterns at no charge at all. Thanks for sharing.

Throws and afghans are something I always associate with winter but I have never thought of in relation to spring or summer but having seen this lovely pattern I am definitely a convert! There are so many cooler evenings when a light throw would be wonderful to just keep out a little of the coolth and, of course, they would always look wonderful as an addition to any room.

Oh! This one has my imagination juices flowing! There are so many gorgeous colors it would be stunning worked up in. How about "Dragonfly", "Parrot", "Meadow", "Stained Glass" or "Sunrise"? I too am curious about this corner to corner stitch. It will help me practice learning to decrease as well. I think I've decided on "Stained Glass" since I really like the look of a craftsman interior. This will fit right in!

I've always been intrigued by this corner to corner stitch or what is also called crazy stitch. I want to do this one of these days to see how it works. I've pinned this pattern for future reference as I have all my other favorite patterns here. Here's the link to the pattern to this c2c project http//www.feltedbutton.com/2014/03/spring-into-sum == mer-with-free-crochet.html.

here are some Wip

I just checked on the Ravelry page and found that the pattern is a free download. There are other patterns in similar colors on the page for sale, so make sure you have the right one. This particular color combination is luscious but I imagine that it would be successful in other colorways. Has anyone made this blanket in a different combination?

corner to corner pattern is not a "new" pattern, it's been around for over 20 yrs. The pattern is free all over the internet, Crochet crowd for one, so don't know why someone would charge for it.

It is free. I just downloaded from Ravelry.com. Beautiful pattern, going to try right away for my new grandson. Thank you for sharing.

This pattern is not free - directs you to Ravelry or Craftsy to purchase the pattern.

Sorry, was looking at the wrong pattern...

Why is it so difficult to get the pattern? I have been attempting to even SEE the pattern for at least a half hour and after being re-directed to various sites, it still is not available. When I am re-directed to Ravelry to download the pattern, I am then re-directed to a page where I have to "search" for the pattern among many that are for sale. It really shouldn't be this difficult. I appreciate the fact that it is free, but it doesn't seem to be available!

I downloaded the pattern, which I can't wait to make, but I don't know it went. I was hoping it went into my iBooks, but no. I am using an iPad, any ideas?

I was using my tablet when I downloaded the free pattern , and I it downloaded into my Library.....this is a super easy pattern to work with and the beauty of it you can make it into any size you desire, from baby blanket size right up to a full afghan. Hope everyone enjoys making it.


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