Bargello Blanket by Elena Fedotova

Bargello Blanket

October 2013
Lace ?
3.25 mm (D)
1410 - 7050 yards (1289 - 6447 m)
24 ½ x 24 ½'' (62 x 62cm), 34 ½ x 34 ½'' (88 x 88cm), 42 ½ x 42 ½'' (108 x 108cm), 49 x 49'' (124 x 124cm), 54 x 54'' (140 x 140cm)
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Bargello Blanket pattern is written out for a single-motif blanket and includes an option for a multiple-motif version.


  • general notes, visual stitch vocabulary
  • written instructions for a single-motif version
  • picture and chart tutorial
  • written instructions and a picture tutorial for a multiple-motif version

Inspired by the beauty of Bargello needlepoint, Bargello Blanket is a gorgeous, yet easy to crochet blanket with plenty of possible color and construction options.

The delicate flame stitch pattern looks breathtakingly charming and can be made with two, three or more colors.

The blanket can be crocheted as a single motif to create a simple and quick baby gift. Smaller motifs can also be turned into coasters, potholders, pillow covers, or chair cushions. For a larger-size afghan, several motifs are joined together. This is a great project to use all those leftovers and create something bright and cheerful.


  • Yarn: Malabrigo Lace, 100% merino, 470yd (430m) per 50g skein, shades Natural 63, Shocking Pink 184, Apple Green 11
  • Hook: US D (3.25mm)
  • Yarn needle to weave in ends
  • 3 removable stitch markers

The measurements listed below are guidelines. The size of the blanket can be adjusted to make it smaller or larger by changing the total number of rounds.

Finished Sizes and Yarn Requirements

For a three-color option:
24 ½ x 24 ½’’ (62 x 62cm) — 3 skeins total (1 of each color)
34 ½ x 34 ½’’ (88 x 88cm) — 6 skeins total (2 of each color)
42 ½ x 42 ½’’ (108 x 108cm) — 9 skeins total (3 of each color)
49 x 49’’ (124 x 124cm) — 12 skeins total (4 of each color)
54 x 54’’ (140 x 140cm) — 15 skeins total (5 of each color)

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or if something is not quite clear. Alternatively, leave your question in our group. I will be more than happy to help and will appreciate your feedback.

UPDATE (January 12, 2014): page 4, “move C2 yarn” replaced with correct C1, C2, C3.