Crochet C2C Nordic Motif Blanket Pattern

Crochet C2C Nordic Motif Blanket Pattern

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Crochet C2C Nordic Motif Blanket

Crochet Nordic Motif Afghan

Crochet Nordic Motif Afghan

This Crochet C2C Nordic Motif Blanket is so pretty once I learn the art of Corner To Corner myself I’d love to give this a try. Included in the pattern is a diagram for the colour layout, so if you know the Corner to Corner technique this pattern will be a breeze. Although considered an intermediate project I don’t think you’d have much trouble. Made with Bernat Softee Chunky Tweeds the C2C Nordic Motif Blanket will make a beautiful Christmas gift or throw in any of your own rooms.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Nordic Blanket

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