Dragonfly C2C Throw

I received a special request from Lorri to turn the popular dragonfly stitch into a corner-to-corner blanket. I thought it would be a simple task, but getting the spacing right turned out to be quite a challenge. It was a fun challenge though, and I’m so pleased with final result! The sample blanket pictured above is smaller than what the written instructions will produce, so the total yardage listed below was estimated based on the yardage used for the sample … Continue reading

Radiating Dragonflies Throw

Worked in the round, this free throw pattern features dragonflies radiating out from the center of the blanket. This design was actually requested by a fan of my original Dragonfly Blanket, which is worked in rows. I decided to finish the edge with a simple single crochet border and colorful slip stitching to match the colors used in the blanket. I really like how it turned out and hope you do too! ~ Add It To Your Ravelry Queue Or … Continue reading

Dragonfly Blanket

This beautiful blanket features a dragonfly motif in colorful rainbow rows and a “fluffy” white border. It makes a lovely gift for a new baby or a gorgeous lapghan to keep you warm. This easy crochet blanket features bright and bold colors and a simple construction with an easy pattern repeat. Once you get the hang of this stitch, your hook will be flying! { Add it to your Ravelry Queue or Favorites } PIN it for Later Skill Level: … Continue reading

Free Crochet Pattern: Ripple Afghan

My best friend and I did an afghan exchange for Christmas last year. I made a granny rectangle one to match her living room decor and she made me this amazing ripple afghan in my choice of colors. It now has a permanent place on my couch and I couldn’t be happier! ~ Add This Pattern To Your Ravelry Queue Or Favorites ~ Skill Level: Easy Size:  60″ width x 72″ length Supplies:   Worsted weight yarn; I have used Hobby … Continue reading

Rainbow Granny Square Throw

I recently completed an afghan as a gift for a friend. While I was making it, my daughter would often sit next to me on the couch and snuggle under the blanket as I crocheted. So as soon as I finished that afghan, I started this rainbow colored square throw just for her. I added the white scalloped trim so it would look like fluffy clouds along the edge. She just adores her new “color-y” blanket! Most of the yarn … Continue reading