Freesia Patch Blanket by Kim Harvey-Nash

Freesia Patch Blanket

Crochet
February 2016
9 stitches = 2 inches
in Double crochet stitches
3300 - 3500 yards (3018 - 3200 m)
One size with option to increase
US
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Freesia flowers are small beautiful colourful flowers grown in Southern Africa. They symbolize innocence, thoughtfulness and friendship.

I designed this blanket consisting of 2 different squares in honour of my oldest and dearest friend.

The texture on this blanket is beautiful and it works up quite quickly. Use many different colours to use up your stash or stick to one variegated yarn to show the texture.

This would make a lovely baby blanket, or add more squares to make the blanket into a throw or a bedspread. The pattern for the border is included in the pdf.

This is a pdf pattern available for INSTANT DOWNLOAD.
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All my patterns are written in US terms and have a conversion chart to UK terms at the beginning in the pattern notes. My patterns are tested by others before publishing them on Ravelry but some errors may still occur.

Due to the nature of the pdf files sales, I will not refund any patterns, but I am available for help should you need it.

This pattern and all images are copyrighted to Kims Colourway and cannot be changed, sold, or reproduced in any way. You cannot sell the pattern but you are free to sell any items you make from using this pattern but please give me, Kims Colourway, credit for the design.

Pattern published February 2016