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How I performed surgery on a piece to fix a mistake. Crochet + Scissors = Faint. I see crochet and knit artists alike asking amongst themselves if it is better to leave an error be as if it were fate, or to frog back and fix it, for fear of being forever haunted by its presence. Sometimes you don’t have a choice. One time I was in such a hurry to experiment with a new border that I’d been wanting to try that I literally worked all of the perimeter motifs in a blanket just so I could jump ahead. BUT, I erroneously worked in two extra motifs on one of the sides, causing that side to be wider… I hacked it apart with scissors, natch. Here are the gruesome details in an excerpt from the original BabyLove Brand blog post in early 2013. * * * * * Cruising along – Everything is looking fabulous at this point but I started getting a serious itch to see how my squared edge and lace border would come …
Figure out if making a Chevron 2.0 Crochet Blanket Pattern using the yarn held double is right for you. Fast but is it too thick and heavy? Read more.
Dive into a collection of curated color palettes, and see how they look in different final blankets.
Welcome to my Tutorial for the crochet pattern: Sunburst Flower Crochet Blanket
Looking for more insight into the crochet Babouska Rose pattern? Find a modification of the original pattern with some step by step photos.
Use this tutorial to learn the flat braid join crochet method of joining square motifs as you go to make a blanket.