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Is color your style? The statement of colorful patterns brings a smile to many of us and can take some of the monotony out of a large project like a blanket.
My project trackers in regular and large print have three sections for small, medium and large projects like blankets of up to 300+ rows. Read more about them here. Or find on Amazon.
This mosaic blanket weaves in three colors that you can customize to fit your decor.
Mj’s off the hook design has a helpful video tutorial to make sure you get a good result. This pattern uses worsted weight yarn and a 4.5 mm hook. Go up a size to work the double border that hides all those pesky ends.
More info on the Caribbean coast afghan here.
The boardwalk hexie blanket is a glorious mix of color and shapes. You can’t help but smile at the sight of it!
Designed by Chrisandra Skipper. It measures 44″ x 36″ . Worsted weight yarn in three shades is used with a 5 mm crochet hook.
The stripes and texture of this blanket bring the project to life. The pattern recommends Caron one pound yarn worked with a 6 mm hook.
Pattern by Yarnspirations.
I designed project trackers! This is the large print version for tired eyes. So much easier than using apps, scraps of paper or a plain notebook.
Three project sizes, a handy ruler and hook guide inside the cover and plenty of rooms for notes in each pattern.
Buy it here.
Regular size print here.
I have had bad eyesight since age 18 so large print is a godsend when you can’t see apps and dark yarn, let alone going from one to the other on a crochet-a-thon during a netflix binge.
This quad blanket is a large granny square. It looks fresh and modern. It comes together quickly in a thicker yarn. I had fun making this one.
Recommended yarn is Lion Brand color made easy which is a 5 weight yarn and the designer uses a 6.5 mm crochet hook.
I chose colors that match both my living room and bedroom so I can use it in both.
Pattern by Jess @ Make and do crew.
A classic plaid works in multiple tonal colors to create a timeless blanket.
It’s made with caron simply soft yarn and worked with a 5 mm crochet hook.
Designer Tiffany of Daisy Farm Crafts. Get the pattern here.