Candy Dots Baby Blanket by Holly Klein
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Candy Dots Baby Blanket

Crochet
March 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in single crochet
3.5 mm (E)
2500 - 3000 yards (2286 - 2743 m)
One size, 35x48", though size of blanket can easily be altered
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This blanket is a fun and easy crochet project inspired by the classic rainbow-colored candy. It features a white base with bright bobbles that will make everyone smile with sweet recollections of whimsical happenings. Perfect for beginners, the pattern is made only using single crochet, completed with a simple border added at the end. Make it with fingering weight yarn for a baby blanket, or use worsted weight yarn for a larger throw. Use the yarn in your stash or a complete rainbow gradation, harkening back to the candy
itself. Candy Dots Baby Blanket will add a bright pop of color to any room in your home.

  • Pattern uses approx. 2300 yards of fingering weight white yarn and approx. 100 yards of 5 different colors. Color changes happen on whole rows only, not on single bobbles, leaving less ends to weave in at completion
  • Finished baby blanket measures 35x48”, though size can easily be altered by adding/subtracting stitches in multiples stated in pattern.
  • This pattern contains a full photo tutorial, showing you exactly how to change colors, make the bobble rows, and continue with single crochet. Perfect for beginners and seasoned crocheters, alike!