Crochet Braided Cable Blanket
This absolutely gorgeous Crochet Braided Cable Blanket is using Caron One Pound yarn. The braid is significant in this one. Meaning, it’s wider than I normally have done. I actually have an urge to try it.
This is something I would find in a home decor store but having the capability of doing it myself.
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Comments on “Crochet Braided Cable Blanket Pattern”
I am having a great deal of difficulty figuring this out. It seems that if I do row 2 it makes ripples on the back of the blanket behind the 9 dcfp and I am not sure if this is correct as the video only shows the front work. Please help
That’s right. It will appear as stand off stitching in behind because you are doing Front Post Stitches on the cables itself. You are on the right track.
I would like to make this blanket bigger. I would like it to fit a queen size bed, and hang over. Which I believe you called a “drape”. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to make this blanket bigger!
try chainging multiples of 20 plus 4 to your desired size and see how that works out for you. (I always struggle finding that count for changing size lol)
I have done one of these and loved it. Can not wait for yours,
I cannot wait for the tutorial on this. I love it but afraid it’s a little beyond my skills.
It is a lovely pattern! 🙂
Thank you Mikey can’t wait to try your pattern
Michael, Thank you for your devotion, tireless work, fantastic tutorials and your excellent teaching style. I’m so glad I found this group five years ago. I’ve made so many magnificent gifts that have become cherished to so many. My list of “next in line” patterns grows all the time. I also want to thank Daniel for his tireless work for the group. You’re both a fantastic team.
It really is a great pattern. I’ll let Daniel know that you appreciate his work. Daniel works on the graphics but not on the group itself on Facebook. 🙂 I cannot way to try this pattern.
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