This mushroom blanket is perfect for all babies. It is shown here in a blue, but you can make the mushroom and the border in any color that you like!
Vintage style crochet patterns just make me happy. I designed this Dancing Mushroom chart years ago, and I finally found the perfect yarn to turn it into a sweet little blanket. The center image panel is surrounded by a thick border in several different stitch patterns which add to the style of this family heirloom to-be.
Finished Size: 34″ x 43″
- Yarn: King Cole Finesse: Size 3 (DK weight), 77% cotton / 23% silk, 50 g / 131 yds
- Cream 2811: Color A – Background – 5 skeins (250 g / 655 yds)
- Moss 2821: Color B – Stem – 1 skein (30 g / 80 yds)
- Navy 2820: Color C – Mushroom – 3 skeins (150 g / 390 yds)
- Stone 2818: Color D – Spots – 1 skein (25 g / 65 yds)
- Soft Blue 2815: Color E – Border – 5 skeins (250 g / 655 yds)
- Hook: US-H/8, 5.0 mm
- Gauge: 10 boxes x 10 boxes= 4” [10 cm] in hdc c2c box st
- Other supplies: yarn needle
Skill Level: Intermediate
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