This pattern includes multiple pages of step-by-step instructions with close up photographs, detailed explanation geared towards a beginner. A page for easy printing also included.
Martha Stewart Crafts Extra Soft Wool Blend, (aran weight 10 ply, 8 wpi),
100 gm (165 yards) per skein
Yarn needed for a crib blanket 36 x 36”
– Bakery box white – 6 skeins (596 gm, 820 yards)
– Celery – 3 skeins (300 gm, 660 yards)
– Lemon Chiffon – 1 skein (68 gm, 115 yards)
– Gerbera Daisy – 1 skein (68 gm, 115 yards)
– Lilac – 1 skein (68 gm, 115 yards)
Crochet Hook G (4 mm) or any other hook to achieve gauge
Yarn needle for weaving in ends.
Abbreviations and stitches used:
Ch – chain, (chs – chains)
Dc – double crochet stitch
Ea – each
Sc – single crochet stitch
Sl st – slip stitch, st – stitch, (sts – stitches)
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