Crochet Timeless Memories Blanket Pattern

Crochet Timeless Memories Blanket Pattern

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Crochet Timeless Memories Blanket

Crochet Timeless Memories Blanket

Crochet Timeless Memory Blanket

Learn how to do this stitch combo that makes your crochet projects look vintage or retro. I recently used this stitch combination for a baby project called the Timeless Memories Baby Blanket.

Timeless Memory Baby Blanket PatternFor the Timeless Memories Baby Blanket, I used 17 multiples of 6 and then added 4 chains at the end with my Bernat Softee Chunky Baby Yarn and an L or 8 mm size crochet hook. I have a tutorial on that if you wish. Click on the photo of the blanket if you would like to view that tutorial and get that free pattern.

This stitch goes pretty quickly.

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Crochet Timeless Memories Blanket Pattern

Crochet Diagram

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Timeless Memory Baby Blanket Pattern

Use this crochet diagram featuring the Post and Shells Stitch to help you understand this pattern. You can click on this diagram to save it or even print it.

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