Owleta 3D Herringbone Blanket by Alla Koval

Owleta 3D Herringbone Blanket

November 2019
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
1 repeat = 2 inches
in herringbone
5.0 mm (H)
2130 - 2343 yards (1948 - 2142 m)
45.5" (116 cm) wide x 48" (122 cm) long
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This pattern is available from mylittlecitygirl.com for $6.50.

Bundle up and stay cozy in this easy customizable size Owleta Herringbone Blanket with detachable pompoms. 3D Herringbone stitch adds texture and modern lines to this stylish throw.

Made with oh-so-so soft wool blend yarn, this lightweight blanket lies beautifully on any sofa, bed or porch year-around.

Because the blanket size is so easily adjusted, make it a baby blankie, a throw or even a king-size bedspread.

Easy detachable by button pompoms bring an extra fun and can be attached in any order you wish. My friend said that I need to patent the “button-pompom” idea ;o)

45.5” (116 cm) wide x 48” (122 cm) long

Worsted weight (#4 Medium).
Shown: Cascade Yarns Pacific (60% acrylic, 40% superwash merino wool; 213 yd 195 m/3.5 oz 100 g): 10 skeins of #01 Cream.

Size H/8 (5 mm)

• 5.5 cm pompom maker
• 5-7 1.25” (3 cm) plastic buttons with 4 holes
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
• 2 stitch markers

1 pattern rep x 10 rows = 2.75” (7 cm)
Gauge is not critical for this design.

  • This eBook involves crochet skills only.

16 pages, 2 photos, 2 diagrams, Schematic, Glossary, 4 Techniques & Special Stitches Tutorials: HOW TO CROCHET INTO THIRD LOOP OF HALF DOUBLE CROCHET STITCH , REVERSE SINGLE CROCHET STITCH, MAKING A POMPOM, ATTACHING BUTTON TO POMPOM, Conversion charts, and Yarn substitution charts.

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