Beneath the Surface Crochet Blanket Pattern
Join me in an exercise in calm as you make the simple, yet effective Beneath the Surface Crochet Blanket.
This is a project perfect for the adventurous beginner, with only the simplest of stitches used to make the solid base of the blanket. After the squares are made, surface crochet is added in a contrasting colour to make the circles and squares on top.
You'll be able to succeed as there are videos for every pattern, the surface crochet and the joining. You won't put a stitch wrong.
As an added bonus, there are charts for all patterns included in this PDF ebook only.
It's recommended that you use a lightweight yarn as it is very large and solid. I used an 8 ply/DK/light worsted cotton yarn.
The blanket is 164 cm square (64") and to make it you'll need Bendigo Woollen Mills 8 ply cotton (2.43 metres per gram) or equivalent
Main colour: 1400 to 1600 grams
Surface Crochet: 500 to 600 grams