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Harlequin Blanket

By: Kirsten Ballering from haakmaarraak.nl
Harlequin Blanket
Harlequin Blanket

"The Harlequin blanket is a colourful gradient blanket that will look great in any room! The Catherine wheels a.k.a. Harlequins in the pattern create a modern look on both the front- and backside. Size adjustments are included in the pattern. The pattern uses stitches suitable for beginners and is written in US terms. Used stitches are: chains single crochet single crochet multiple stitches together double crochet double crochet multiple stitches together slip stitch The blanket is approx. 78 x 105cm (31 x 41in), instructions on how to alter measurements are included."

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Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size78 x 105cm (31 x 41in)

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This is a very well written pattern. There are suggestions and tips along the way. You won't need much help as this is a very basic design. It's chain, single and double stitches. I think a by inner would not have a problem following it at all. Thanks for sharing thus one.

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