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sábado, 4 de julho de 2020

Crochet blanket with interlocking shell stitches - Free pattern

Hello my crochet friends, how are you? look at this beautiful point of interwoven shells, known as interlocking shell, this crochet pattern is very beautiful. I'm sharing it finished in the form of a very cozy blanket and I hope you really like these blanket models. The crochet used is quite cozy for a baby to use and very warm. This site is making available step by step and also the graphics for you to learn this crochet pattern.
This finished blanket has a simple and fresh color combination of navy and white, and I loved the result. You will love the texture of this free crochet pattern and the softness of the cotton thread!







This stitch pattern reminds me of the ocean waves, and the easy crochet pattern is very relaxing and quick to make. The size is perfect for wrapping a small baby and can be used as a crib blanket or floor mat. ! Instructions for making a nautical crochet baby blanket are further down the page.


You can find a step-by-step tutorial for the stitch pattern used below. You may find this useful if you are a beginner.






Materials
King Cole Cottonsoft DK: 100% cotton; 100g / 210m

3 French Navy balls (741) - A thread
2 balls of White (710) - B String
4.5 mm crochet hook
Sewing needle


 Abbreviations
US crochet terms

t-ch - turning chain

sc - simple crochet

dc - double crochet

chain - ch

st - stitch

rep - repeat

BLO - rear loop only

UK Crochet Terms

t-ch - turning chain

dc - double crochet

tr - triple crochet

chain - ch





I found a video for a better explanation of the point of blocking shells, follow the steps of this video:




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