Christmas in the Sand Blanket – Crochet Pattern

Hey loves! Ready to spend another week together with us? We have already separated beautiful patterns that were tested and we fell in love. You already know, we always like to remember that we test the patterns before sharing, to test if the step by step will really reach the expected result. You can check this by crocheting the Christmas in the Sand Blanket. In addition to having all these vibrant colors, this blanket is amazing. 

The blanket is made in granny squares. It’s perfect for those who don’t have a lot of time, and can crochet a few minutes a day. This is enough for you to assemble a granny square and go, little by little, assembling your blanket. The crochet blanket is more fashionable than ever. And much of this popularity is due to the scandinavian style that, among other things, preaches a warm, cozy and inviting decor. 

A great choice for those who have been practicing crochet for a long time and want to challenge themselves. To make more complex projects, here’s a tip for you to do at home. For beginners, the secret is to do it in parts, paying close attention to the details. As we have already said, this work will require a lot of attention and delicacy on the part of the artisan. To make this project we can use wool, cotton threads, crochet strings. Also use your favorite materials, what you like the most, as well as the leftover muffins we have at home. 

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Ravelry

The colors are the differentials of this beautiful crochet blanket. Notice in the final result how cheerful and with a lot of prominence the piece, ideal to decorate the sofa in the living room and use in your bed. A great work to make and sell, you will get a great profit with this work. In addition to being very beautiful, it has a lot of details that make this project unique and your customers will surely love and value your creation a lot. 

Now let’s crochet? You can find the Christmas in the Sand pattern on Ravelry. It is worth remembering that, it is best to read the entire pattern and understand the stitches you will need. Do this before anything else. Then just choose the material and start the coolest part, crocheting. You know that we are always available to talk to you. So, if you have any doubts, let us know in the comments.

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