Chasing Arrows Blanket Crochet Pattern

The Chasing Arrows Blankets design adds a modern twist on an old traditional craft. I love the striking design of the repeating arrows grabs your attention. This was a design that was so difficult to photograph. The blanket is so stunning in person but the design just kind of fades in the photos, so I hope you can all envision how lovely this really is.

I decided on the colors for my Chasing Arrows sample blanket with all your help in my Crochet and Conversations group (if you are not a member, come join-it’s lots of fun, you can join by clicking HERE). Asking for color inspiration I settled on a succulent photo and then made my selection below. Just think of the colors you would make the Chasing Arrows Blanket in, the colors can really affect what vibe your finished blanket will give off.

Some things I love about the Chasing Arrows Blanket design

The Chasing Arrows Blanket has an easy color changing that really helps the details pop because of the stripes that the repeating arrows follow.

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The blanket has no border!!! That is right, the simple cream outline is created as you crochet the blanket from the bottom up. When you are done all you need to do is add Extra Large Tassels to the large throw (which will be about 46” X 58”). Yes, I included a tassel tutorial for any of you that are unfamiliar with making them. But, watch out, they are addicting and you will want to add tassels to everything!

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Big & Comfy Blanket Collection – Crochet Pattern

Searching for a plush, warm and unique blanket pattern? I know a few young ladies who are graduating from High School this year and they all requested a plush blanket. I wanted to design one that fit each of their personalities so each blanket is super cozy and still has a unique texture to it.

These blankets took some time to design, a lot of trial and error. Hiccup after hiccup kept them from being published, but trust me, they were worth the wait! Check out all 3 blanket designs that are included in the Big & Comfy Set: The Tranquility Blanket, The Serenity Blanket and the Equanimity Blanket.

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What makes the Big & Comfy Collection unique?

Well, all 3 designs are made with a simple technique that makes them extra bulky, chunky and plush! You know those super warm and cozy cowls everyone was wearing this past winter? Well, now you get that same warmth but in an entire blanket!

The blankets are all crocheted while working 2 strands of worsted weight yarn together. Not only is this a fun way to crochet, the blankets work up nearly twice as fast and it is a super easy way to double the eye catching texture in these blankets.

Tranquility Blanket Design

For the first blanket I wanted to get the look of diagonals running across full length of the blanket. Adding these angles along with clusters creates an eye catching design. If you could feel how plush and soft this blanket is you would want to wrap up into it.

Tranquility Blanket

The yarn I used for this design was Red Heart Super Saver in the color Aruba. I typically stay away from RH for large projects but this specific color was so soft and the color popped perfectly for the design.

The pattern includes 3 sizes:

  • Square Lap Blanket Size (40X40) lays from upper waist to toes when sitting
  • Throw Blanket (50X60) – lays from chin to toes
  • Large Throw Blanket (60X80) – lays from chin and can wrap toes inside blanket-extra long

The Serenity Blanket

The Serenity Blanket was designed for a gal that loves to be around her horses, she loves all things western and especially cables. I used a color that reminded me of jeans (since that is what she wears at all time. The yarn I selected to use was Red Heart Comfort yarn in the color: Denim Heather.

Serenity Blanket

The Serenity Blanket is also made in the plush fashion by holding two strands of worsted weight yarn together. I love this technique because not only does it create a thick fabric but, it works up twice as fast as a typical blanket.

This crochet blanket also comes in the same 3 sizes as the Tranquility blanket: Lap, Throw and a Large size Throw (look above in the tranquilty blanket info for details on the sizes).

Serenity Blanket Crochet Pattern

Equanimity Blanket

My personal favorite of the 3 Big & Comfy Blankets is the Equanimity Blanket. This design is made from side to side (instead of the traditional bottom up). It is also crocheted while holding two strands of yarn together at the same time which aides in creating a very plush blanket to wrap up in.

Equanimity Blanket Crochet Pattern

I used a nautral color and decided to use Red Heart with Love in the color Egg Shell. This design is full of unique stitches and techniques. It was originally released as a Crochet Along so there are lots of fun photos of it made in different colors on the Ravelry projects page that you can check out here.

As the other 2 designs in the Big & Comfy collection you have the option to make the Equanimity blanket in 3 sizes: Lap, Throw and a Large Throw Size.

The pattern has lots of photo tutorials to walk you through the pattern. I think you will learn something new with this design and fall in love with some new crochet techniques.

Big and Comfy Crochet Blankets

Where to Get The Big & Comfy Set

The Big & Comfy Collection includes all 3 blanket patterns at a discounted price. You can find them in the links below:

Big & Comfy Blankets

Where to Grab the Individual Patterns

The Tranquility Blanket

The Serenity Blanket

The Equanimity Blanket

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Free Rock the Block Blanket Pattern & Tutorial

I love learning new stitches with fun textures! When those stitches work up quick it is an added bonus. I know I am not the only one. Earlier this year I released a section of a CAL and everyone kept talking about how much they LOVE the stitch. I immediately knew I had to share the block stitch with everyone.

Rock the Block Blanket

This specific block stitch has so many names that I am just calling it the Rock the Block Blanket. You will also hear it called the grid stitch, boucan stitch, leaping stripes and many more… but essentially, it is one of many different types of block stitch.

Today I am going to share with you how to work up this fun stitch and give you the pattern to work up this fun blanket in any size you want! I will also show you how to get over 6 different looks with this simple stitch pattern. So make sure you stay with me to the end.

Another HUGE advantage of working this block stitch is that the edges of the blanket are left clean. There is NO need to work an edge, WaHOO!!! I can hear you all shouting with JOY right now!

One Block Stitch / 6 Different Looks

Now this is my favorite part. Check out all the different looks you can achieve by working the block stitch. As you see all these versions, just start imagining the colors and patterns you can create as you make your Rock the Block Blanket.

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Rock the Block Pattern

What Size?

First you need to decide what size of blanket you would like to make and make a note of the width and length. Here is a good visual for blanket sizes I found online (unfortunately I don’t know who the image belongs to so I cannot give proper credit).

Blanket Size

What Pattern or How many Colors?

Yep, you have to pick one of them. I know it can be difficult but decide if you want to use one color, 2 colors or more. Then decide if you want to make your blanket with a specific pattern (1 row repeats, 2 row repeats, random, etc.), see the images earlier in this post to help you decide or watch this tutorial to see each one is worked.

Begin your Project:

Crochet a foundation row in multiples of 4 sc until the desired width is reached.

R1: Ch 1, sc in next 3 sts, [ch 2, skip next 2 sts, sc in next 2 sts], repeat [] until 5 sts remain, ch 2, skip next 2 sts, sc in next 3 sts, turn

R2: Ch 4 (counts as hdc + ch 2), skip next 3 sts, [dc in next 2 skipped sts from 2 rows prior, ch 2, skip next 2 sts], repeat [] to last st, hdc in last st, turn Note: Dc in this and following rows will be worked around/over the chain sp of the prior row, ch sp will be covered by the dc.

R3: Ch 2 (counts as a hdc), dc in next 2 skipped sts from 2 rows prior, [ch 2, skip next 2 sts, dc in next 2 skipped sts from 2 rows prior], repeat [] to last st, hdc in 2nd ch of beg ch, turn

Repeat R2 & R3 until desired length is reached

Final Row: Ch 1, sc in next 3 sts, [dc in next 2 skipped sts from 2 rows prior, sc in next 2 sts of current row], repeat [] to last st, sc in last st, fasten off and weave in all ends

Rock the Block

I hope you love crocheting the Rock the Block Blanket as much as I did. In case you wanted to know how I worked the sample blanket up, below are my specific notes. I made this blanket as a stash buster, using up some of the yarn in my closet. I used Red Heart Super Saver yarn the a Crochet Hook I.

Begin with C1 (Light Grey) Complete R1-R15

Switch to C2 (Aruba) Complete R16-R32

Switch to C3 (Turqua) Complete R33-R35

Switch to C4 (Orchid) Complete R36-R38

Switch to C5 (Aran) Complete R39-R49

Switch to C4 (Orchid) Complete R50-R52

Switch to C6 (Amethyst) Complete R53-R65

Switch to C3 (Turqua) Complete R66-R68

Switch to C4 (Orchid) Complete R69-R73

Switch to C1 (Light Grey) Complete R74-R90

Switch to C3 (Turqua) Complete R91-R93

Switch to C2 (Aruba) Complete R94-R108

Switch to C4 (Orchid) Complete R109-R111

Switch to C3 (Turqua) Complete R112-R114

Switch to C5 (Aran) Complete R115-R128

Switch to C6 (Amethyst) Complete R129-R139

Switch to C1 (Light Grey) Complete R140-R156 + Final Row

And that sums it all up! If you give this pattern a try, please share your final project on Sweet Potato 3’s facebook page so everyone can see how beautiful it really is.

 

 

Sleep Tight Teddy Bear Set – Crochet Pattern

Are you searching for the cutest baby blanket crochet pattern? Your search can stop, because you just stumbled upon it! The Sleep Tight Teddy Bear set is all you hoped for with fun textures and the cuteness of cuddly sleeping teddy bears.

Crochet baby blankets are one of the top handmade gifts given to new moms. Blankets are often made to coordinate with the theme of the nursery. All nurseries are set up for a good sleeping environment, therefore the sleepy animals all nestled into bed goes well in any babies room.

Sleep Tight Teddy Bear

The Sleep Tight Set isn’t just the blanket, it also comes with a fun size lovey and coordinating Teddy Bear stuffy. All 3 pieces make a complete gift.

the Sleep Tight Textures and design

The cuteness of the tucked in animals is what really makes this design so darling. But, the rich texture also make this crochet design stand out above the rest. The braided “v” stitch is unique and requires some alternating of the crochet piece to create. There is a video tutorial (see further down in post) to help you master the stitch.

Between the braided “v” is another fun texture that compliments the blankets design. A more simple alternating post stitch creates a beautiful look.

Sleep Tight Teddy Bear Lovey

Make a coordinating snuggly teddy bear.

I know these little sleepy teddy bears on the blanket are too cute. So now you have to add a snuggly friend to go with them. The Sleep Tight Teddy Bear is a perfect size, completed it measures about 13″ tall.

Sleep Tight Teddy Bear

Video Tutorial for Texture Braided V Stitch

To help you out with the beautiful texture that makes this blanket so rich, I created a tutorial:

Where to Find the Sleep Tight Teddy Bear Set Patterns

  • Ravelry Sleep Tight Teddy Bear Set (all 3 designs): click HERE
  • Etsy Sleep Tight Teddy Bear Set (all 3 designs): click HERE

Update: Teddy Bear Colors

Over the years I have had many request for the colors I used for the individual teddy bears, I mostly used yarn from my stash pile. But, I tracked them down and have listed them below. The main colors of the blanket are included in the pattern.

  • 1st Bear: main color “grey” / muzzle “oatmeal” / nose & eyes “black”
  • 2nd Bear: main color “cornmeal” / muzzle “egg shell” / nose “warm brown” / eyes “mocha”
  • 3rd Bear: main color “warm brown” / muzzle “carrot” / nose “egg shell” / eyes “mocha”
  • 4th Bear: main color “oatmeal” / muzzle “buff” / nose & eyes “mocha”
  • 5th Bear: main color “charcoal” / muzzle “grey” / nose “warm brown” / eyes “black” with “warm brown” lashes
Sleep Tight Teddy Bear

New Coordinating Designs

With the popularity of the Sleep Tight Teddy Bear set I decided to expand the set and designed a coordinating pillow. A fun pillow that isn’t just cute but useful. I added a fun pocket that you can put your favorite teddy bear book in or nestle the teddy bear stuffy in.

One of the most common sets to give as a give is a blanket with a coordinating hat. Therefore, I am happy to share with you the Sleep Tight Teddy Bear Hat.

Sleep Tight Teddy Bears or Other Animals…

Do you love the blanket but know the nursery isn’t teddy bears. Well, you can customize the blanket with any other animal appliques. Over the years I have enjoyed seeing so many of these blankets that have been made with other themes.

Darling Animal Appliques

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  • Farm Animal Baby Blanket, you can find HERE
  • Forest Friends Blanket, Pillow and Wall Hanging, you can find HERE
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Deerly Beloved Blanket – Crochet Pattern

I am beyond excited with my latest crochet pattern, the Deerly Beloved Blanket!

The Deerly Beloved Blanket is a unique design, full of rich texture. It features the popular deer silhouette that  gives you that “warmth of home” or a “weekend at the cabin” feel. This blanket is a show stopper that everyone is going to love.

Deerly Beloved Blanket

The design of the blanket features a detailed and intricate frame that has twisting cables and an eye catching pattern. Likewise, the corner piece has a touch of whimsical charm in a circle pattern that also features textured raised cables.

What Yarn Was Used?

I have been in love with Lion Brand Heartland yarn and found the Grand Canyon color to be the perfect weight and color for the Deerly Beloved Blanket. Pairing it with Caron Simply Soft in White for the background resulted in the ideal look. The richness in the frame of the blanket is equally important as the striking white mat and perfectly placed silhouette of a majestic deer.

Deerly Beloved Blanket

The details of the pattern are explained in detail however, to assist you along your way, I have created a video tutorial that is linked in the pattern. The video will walk you through the panels step by step.

The main silhouette panel has multiple formats for you to choose from. A chart, or graph, is included to help create the fish silhouette. At the end of the pattern the graph has been enlarged so you can print it off on 4 pages and tape together for a larger format to follow.

However, If you are not familiar with crocheting from a graph, a supplement has been added to the pattern. The supplement is a written form of the graph and is explained in detail, but essentially, it states how many stitches in each color to work. This piece of the pattern can also be a good way to double check your work.

Where to get the pattern

Find the Deerly Beloved blanket in all of my pattern shops below:

You will enjoy crocheting this masterpiece and seeing it come to life. As you work all the pieces and sew them together each step is a new rewarding experience.

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Flower Petal Blanket – Crochet Pattern

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Flower Petals, and all things girly, is what comes to mind in my latest crochet baby blanket design. The Flower Petal crochet blanket is a beautiful work of art. It features many different textures and details within the design that you can see and feel throughout the blanket.
Crochet Flower Petal Blanket Pattern

No Sewing Involved in the Flower Petal Blanket

The Flower Petal Blanket is made of smaller square motifs. But, don’t decide not to give it a try because of that! This pattern does not sew the motifs together. Instead they are stitched together in their last round of each square. This makes the blanket take shape as you go and you will be delighted that you do not have to spend the time stitching them together when you are done.
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You can make the blanket in different sizes by adjusting how many motifs you make. The 3X3 blanket is great for car seats and strollers. While the 3X4 blanket is a traditional size for gifts and general use for babies.

What Yarn Should I Use?

The samples above are made using a light (#3) weight yarn, the ombre colors really brings this blanket to life and makes each motif really stand out. The light yarn creates a very summer lightweight blanket.
However, switch it up and use a worsted (#4) weight yarn. The blankets looks very much the same but have a deep, rich, and more full-bodied look to it.
Flower Petal crochet blanket pattern
Using the thicker worsted weight yarn does adjust the size slightly, but it is still a perfect weight for a lap blanket.
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Sample Done by a Tester

I wanted to share how beautiful the blanket turned out from one of my testers. She used a lighter (#3) yarn and worked the last rounds of the square motif in an off white to make the squares really pop. Michelle also decided to make the blanket square and made it 3 X 3. This blanket was crocheted by Michelle, owner of Magic Mommy’sYarning.
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Farm Animal Blanket Crochet Pattern

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The much anticipated Farm Animal Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern is now ready!!!
An amazing blanket that any child would be lucky to receive. It features 12 different farm animals in a fun and colorful pattern that is a joy to make, it will remind you of the good ol’ days on the farm. The character in the stitches throughout the design is enough to add to the animals but not be too distracting. You can always take inspiration from this design and apply it to other free baby quilt patterns.
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The blanket is made up of different shaped motifs and sewn together. Each main motif is designed to feature a different animal. Or you can make just your one favorite animal, alternate with two animals, or leave them all blank for polka dots, the possibilities are endless. Switch up the main colors for so many different looks.
The animals featured in the blanket are:
Cow, Horse, Sheep
Dog, Chicken, Goat
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Donkey, Pig, Bull
Rooster, Cat, Bunny
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This is also a great project to use up some scrap yarn while you create the fun animals.
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Scallop & Cables Bonnet & Wrap Set – Crochet Pattern

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 I am so in love with this beautiful Scallop and Cables Bonnet and Wrap Set.
The delicate mohair makes it so soft, delicate and lacy. It is simply perfect for a sweet little girl.
 
 

Where to get your Copy of the Scallop & Cables Set

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More Beautiful Images of the Scallop & Cables Set

It is so rewarding to work with a newborn photographer. I have been so lucky to work with Christy Mitchell, she does outstanding work and is always willing to share her images. Check out more stunning pictures by Christy Mitchell Photography.
 

 

 
 
 

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Flower Motif Blanket Pattern Release

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A beautiful flower motif pattern that works up so lovely in so many different ways. If you know my crocheting style you know that I don’t like sewing pieces together and a lot of color changes, but this pattern really was lovely to put together. The way I designed it was to make all the center pieces, then add the second color. Lastly you crochet the final rounds and as you do this you stitch the pieces together. No daunting task of hand sewing when you finish your last motif because it is done!
Get your copy of this lovely pattern in each of my etsy shops:
Please take a minute to notice that the edges are uneven along two sides. Upon the request of one of my pattern testers I did add a “half flower” pattern so you can even out the edges if you want to (but I did not include the detailed instructions on colors). Here is a sample of both edges:
Here are some fabulous images of the pattern tests that were completed. I asked the testers to be creative and make the blanket using as many or as few colors as they wish. Which is your favorite?
This beautiful version was completed by Nondas, owner of Yarn Medley’s From the Heart.
Nondas used 3 colors and made each motif the same and the final blanket is stunning!

 

The softness of this sample is so warm and inviting, this version was completed by
Sarah from Briar Rose Boutique. Sarah choose to make all the centers the same then complete the rest of the motifs using half blue and half pink and the outcome is beautiful.
This sample is in the works and I cannot wait to see it all done! Michelle decided to keep going once she finished the blanket, she is going to make it much bigger and has decided to use the motifs and make it into a shawl. I love the solid motifs with the border done with bold contrasting colors.

 

Another sample that just makes me smile! I love the brightness of the lime green and teal and the softness of the cream. Happy Dancing Willow always does such a nice job working up a fun version!

 

And one more version made with 3 colors but has a completely different look! Tanya from MaDukes Hook Up made all the centers the same then alternated the blue and yellow. This version makes me want to throw on some denim cut offs and go lay in a field of daisies!

Diagonal Delights Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern

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A non traditional corner to corner blanket if ready for you to enjoy as you crochet the Diagonal Delights Baby Blanket
 
This fun design can be worked up in solid colors, or use bold colors for a more modern too. Plus the stripes can work up as a great stash buster!
 
 
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Diagonal Delights Crochet Blanket

About the Diagonal Delights Blanket

 
This pattern is designed to work from one corner, work diagonal rows up to the opposite corner. Because of this technique the blanket is a square shape. 
 
The blanket is made using a worsted weight yarn, if you decide to use multiple colors (especially if it is a stash buster) pay close attention to your gauge. A simple change in yarn could affect the tension on your hook and result in a wonky square shape.
 

Why I love making Corner to Corner (C2D) Blankets

I have always struggled crocheting blankets, mostly because I lose interest before I am done. Then it is a forced project, and no one wants one of those. 

However, when you begin a blanket at the corner, your rows start small. They slowly get longer with each row and right about the time you are beginning to lose interest… BAM! The rows start getting shorter again. 

The other amazing part about this design is that there is no border! That is right, when you are completed with the diagonal rows, your blanket is done. Ekkk, that is so exciting for me!

Where to find the pattern for the Diagonal Delights Blanket

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Diagonal Delights Stitches Up Close
 

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Mohair Bonnet & Wrap Baby Crochet Pattern

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Mohair elevates your newborn photographs to a whole new level. The latest design from my shop, Sweet Potato 3 is easily my favorite design this year. The Mohair Bonnet & Wrap set can be used in so many different ways, you are going to want one in all the colors.
 
 
The Mohair Bonnet & Wrap crochet pattern now includes multiple sizes for the bonnet including:
  • newborn
  • 3-6 month
  • 6-12 month.
 
 
The Mohair Bonnet & Wrap are stunning together and you can grab the pattern for both through the following links:
 
 
Of course you would be able to tell how beautiful this set is without the talent of Christy Mitchell Photography. She is an amazing photographer to work with from Wallingford, Connecticut. Christy is the inspiration behind many of my designs and always goes above and beyond with her images. Just take a peak at her work in the images below of the mohair set.
 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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