Ventura Crochet Afghan uses two basic stitches all throughout the blanket pattern so that once you get through few rows, you get into the rhythm and you don’t even need to think about it. Crocheting this blanket is relaxing and soothing.
Puget Sound Crochet Blanket ha a look that is clean and minimalist and would stand the test of time. It’s thick and reversible and is excellent for a relaxing kind of crochet where you don’t have to count every stitch.
This blanket will make a great addition to your home. In the living room, thrown over your couch or layered over other blankets on your bed. This crocheted throw will also make a great gift for a loved one or a friend. Make one and wrap them in your love.
This chunky and gorgeous throw is perfect for the long starry nights on the patio, curled up on a lounge chair, a cup of hot cocoa in your hand.
It is made using two basic stitches in this pattern, SC and HDC, to make it easy and relaxing to make.
This cozy thick crochet blanket uses just 2 basic stitches and is so relaxing to make. It looks good no matter where you use it. You can layer it on the top of the bed, or hang it off the arm of a big armchair, or stack it together with other thick afghans you have. You can never have too much squish!
This throw is perfect for the cold nights of the Pacific Northwest. Thick and cozy, it’s as squishy as it looks. This blanket is designed to be simple, classic, and timeless. It looks just as great layered on the bed as it is hanging off the arm of a cozy arm-chair. And you know, once you make it, you will be asked: “You made this?!” left and right.
One of the first projects many beginner crocheters start with is a blanket. This was also a project I started…