Tunisian Shell Blanket
Tunisian Shell Blanket is a simple, cozy and addictive project, which uses the Tunisian crochet technique. Each shell element of the blanket is small enough to place all of your stitches on a regular crochet hook.
The pattern assumes basic familiarity with Tunisian crochet, specifically how each row is worked as two separate passes and how to work the Tunisian simple stitch. You should also know how to work the crab stitch for the edging of your blanket.
Find Tunisian crochet tutorials at www.msweaver.com/tutorials/tunisian-crochet/.
Detailed instructions and a picture tutorial for the first few rounds are included.
- 38” (96cm) in diameter,
- 31½” (80cm) wide,
- 19” (48cm) side length
The measurements listed above are guidelines and you can make this blanket smaller or larger by working with thinner or thicker yarn, or working fewer or more rounds.
Yarn: Aran (10ply), 90% wool, 10% nylon, 164yd (150m) per 100g, 656yd (600m) in total
● Regular crochet hook in size US I (5.5mm)
● Yarn needle to weave in ends
● 25 removable stitch markers
(Any yarn and an appropriate hook size can be used)
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