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A sweet blanket to crochet for your favorite bundle of joy!
A sweet crochet blanket that I designed to look like a piece of coconut candy. The one in the photo was donated to The Linus Connection of central Texas, a non-profit blanket charity.

Pattern is a multiple of 6 + 3

The time on this is an estimate. It really depends on your skill level and how fast and furious you like to hook!

Posted by ofenjen (aka sewhookedjen) from Austin, Texas, United States • Published See ofenjen (aka sewhookedjen)'s 74 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Chain 116

  • Step 2

    Row 1 - In 5th chain from hook, *(2dc, ch 1, 2dc) in 1 stitch, sk 2 sts, (1dc, ch 1, 1dc) in next stitch,
    skip 2 sts*, across , (2dc, ch 1 2dc) in 1 st, 1dc in last st.

  • Step 3

    Row 2 - Rep row 1, beginning with ch 3 and inserting hook in ch 1 spaces of prev. row. Rep Row 2 for
    pattern.

  • How to make a baby blanket comforter. Coconut Candy Crochet Baby Blanket - Step 4
    Step 4

    For Coconut Candy Pattern: Crochet 5 rows in Pink, 5 Rows White, 5 Rows Green, 5 Rows Yellow, 5 Rows Lavender.

  • Step 5

    Attach pink to BACK of beginning row and follow pattern going the opposite
    direction.

  • Step 6

    When the blanket is complete, weave in all ends. If desired, sc around with a single color. Finish off.

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ofenjen (aka sewhookedjen)
ofenjen (aka sewhookedjen) · Austin, Texas, US · 75 projects
Thanks Happy
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athenamat
athenamat · New York, New York, US · 19 projects
This is really pretty :o
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