Saturday, October 7, 2017

Crochet Halloween Blanket - Free Pattern



If you love to crochet and love Halloween you too need a Halloween lap blanket. I used this wonderful free pattern that I found on trusty Pinterest. It is a pattern that  is easy enough for a beginner crochet queen and you can work the stripes in any way you choose. Bonita gives it two thumbs up.


Original Pattern Source


48" x 56"

I made my blanket a bit larger than the pattern size, but it is easy to make any size you like with the instructions on the pattern. I used Bernat Premium yarn, in black, dark and medium grey, and cream, available at Walmart. I used Red Heart Super Saver in carrot, also from Walmart. If I remember correctly I used two skeins each of black and dark grey and one each of the others. I used the light grey for a simple picot edging.

Happy Halloween Crochet!

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8 comments :

  1. Hi Tracy. So cute. Wish I could crochet! Happy Sunday have a great start to the new week.
    xoxo
    Kris

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    1. Thanks so much Kris. Oooh, there are so many wonderful things you could crochet in white... :) xoxo

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  2. I love your choice of colors, Tracy! I suppose you whipped it up in just a day or two. I'm still working on the granny square afghan I started last spring and now I'm going to measure it to see if I'm even close to the size you made your lap afghan. I REALLY hope I don't have to make any more squares! I see Bonita is well stocked with all her potions nearby and her remote right at her bony fingertips. I'm guessing you have to watch whatever program she chooses. :o)

    Thanks so much for sharing and have great week!
    Vickie

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    1. Luckily I still outweigh Bonita so I can get that remote out her bony fingers quite easily. ;) Oh gosh, I'll have to send you a picture of the granny square afghan I made for Mace. Thought it should be a bit long to cover her lengthy self. It pretty much covers a football field. Less is more as they say. xoxo

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  3. I would like to know where I can get this fabulous pattern...

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    1. If you click on the Original Pattern Source link below the small photo it will take you directly to the pattern. 😊

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  5. How many ch did you end up with to relâche 48 inches?

    Thanks much

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