Crazy Little Daisy Bobble Blanket by Melu Crochet

This is a modern flower blanket worked in easy to count rows. It is the latest in my Dotty about Bobbles range which is designed with mindful crocheting as the focus. I include a chart to follow along with full written instructions, and I have had it checked by my wonderful testers. It uses the bobble stitch (small raised bumps) and filet crochet (creating small decorative holes) techniques.

The Crazy Little Daisy Blanket by Melu Crochet is available now in my Etsy shop and my Lovecrafts shop

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Approx 430g aran yarn, I used Women’s Institute Soft and Smooth Aran: Light Grey. This can be substituted for any other aran yarn.
5.5mm hook
Tapestry Needle

Finished blanket measures approx 72cm x 76cm (28 x 30 inches) ideal for a baby blanket. Instructions are included to alter the size of your blanket.
11st and 7 rows in tr to 10cm/4in using 5.5mm hook or size needed to obtain tension. This is a guide for sizing and drape but pattern will work if tension is different. 

Step by step MELU Crochet Stitch guides included.

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ US and UK terminology versions of the pattern are included in your download πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§


Thanks once again to my talented testers, it is so exciting to see how they use colour and texture. Please take a look at their profiles and shops (you might even be able to purchase the actual blanket!) by clicking their names and giving them a like and a follow!

Helen @snapdragoncrochet Helen’s Etsy Shop

Natalie Stokes @monkeyandbearuk Natalie’s Etsy shop

Liz @daltsandkissescrochet

Shell @knittedflowers

Isn’t it amazing how different they all look, and all so beautiful!!

Thank you again!

The Crazy Little Daisy Blanket by Melu Crochet is available now in my Etsy shop and my Lovecrafts shop

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