Crochet Wavy Ridge Blanket Pattern

Crochet Wavy Ridge Blanket Pattern

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Crochet Wavy Ridge Blanket by Yarnspirations

Crochet Wavy Ridge Blanket by Yarnspirations

Crochet Wavy Ridge Blanket

Crochet a special project for those cold, snowy days, introducing the Wavy Ridge Blanket by Yarnspirations.

This blanket hooks up quickly with Bernat Blanket yarn and features criss-cross treble crochet stitches to make it feel thick and lush. If you pay attention to the criss-cross, it’s not the same each row. There’s a slight variation and it causes deep ridges in a vertical direction. It’s awesome.

Super cozy and with hook up in no time, try it today.

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Crochet Wavy Ridge Blanket Pattern

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Lookbook: Snowed in by Yarnspirations

Lookbook: Snowed in by Yarnspirations

Snowed In Lookbook

This project was featured in Yarnspirations Lookbook called Snowed In. A fabulous array of projects to make those wintery months feel so much cozier.

Ranging from home decor and comfy afghans to curl up underneath. An array of projects for crocheters and knitters to enjoy.

My favourite projects in this book are the Mighty Miter Afghan, Wave Ridge Blanket and what I think is going to be most popular the Blanket Cardigan. I think crocheters are going to fall in love with that particular project the most.

Check out this Lookbook here and dive into a snow day full force with your yarn and tool of choice.

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