Dahlia Scrapgan by Jess Coppom

Dahlia Scrapgan

Crochet
June 2020
yarn held together
Worsted
+ Worsted
+ Worsted
+ Worsted
= Bulky (7 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 4 rows = 2 inches
in granny square dc
6.0 mm (J)
9.0 mm (M/N)
3304 yards (3021 m)
Baby (44 x 44"), Throw (44 x 53"), Twin (94 x 64")
US
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This pattern is available for free.

Bring together all your scrap yarns of different weights to create a blanket your eyes can’t help but dance across. Each square is worked individually, making this a perfect meditative project when you’re on the go.

A continuous crochet joining technique brings everything together seamlessly so you’re left with fewer ends to weave in and a blanket made with zero sewing!

This pattern is a perfect way to use up those leftover half skeins you’ve been holding onto. Category 4 (worsted weight) and category 5 (bulky) yarn is used for the circles in the pattern, but category 3 (DK weight yarn) can work too. You’ll need category 4 yarn for the main color.

Instructions are written to create a throw sized blanket (44 x 53”) and details are given for making a smaller baby blanket or twin sized bedspread too. Pattern includes video and photo tutorials.

You’re going to love the sense of accomplishment you feel after finishing each step of this relaxing project!

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