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Grandmother's Footsteps Blanket Crochet Along

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Grandmother's Footsteps Blanket Crochet Along
By Florence Roberts 1 years ago

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We are very pleased to announce our latest free crochet along- 'Grandmother's Footsteps', a beautiful, traditional granny square blanket with a lovely lace and scallop edging. This blanket measures 124 x 180cm, big enough to use as a throw on your bed. 

Purchase the colour pack for this CAL for £32.99, it includes 20 x 100g balls of 100% acrylic yarn, making it easy to wash. All of the yarn you will need for this blanket! This CAL has five instalments, released on the Friday of each week, starting Friday 11th May.

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edging

This is an intermediate pattern, great for anyone that fancies a little challenge. It is made up of a series of classic granny squares, and some triangle shapes, using treble stitches and chains. Once you've mastered the pattern you'll be away with crocheting your very own masterpiece! Crocheting granny squares is very relaxing and satisfying, so this blanket wins all round! The gorgeous colours  against a cream background make this a traditional looking blanket. 

Once the squares are all joined together, you can add the lovely lace and scallop edging. 

Purchase your exclusive yarn pack, grab your crochet hook and start making your very own Grandmother's Footsteps Blanket! The first part of the free pattern will be released on Friday 11th May, in time for you to get your colour pack and clear some space in your diary for a crochet weekend!

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Happy crocheting!

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