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Welcome to Daisy Farm Crafts and our first collection of crochet baby blanket patterns! I'm Tiffany and my four daughters and I love making baby blankets for our friends and family - a tradition that has been passed down through my family for generations. The collection we have put together in this book are 25 of our most popular baby blanket patterns from the Daisy Farm Crafts website. Our patterns have been shared on Pinterest millions of times and many hands have now made Daisy Farm Crafts baby blankets to celebrate and welcome their new ones into the world. I'm happy the patterns will now be in book form and we hope you have as much fun making them as we did! We use US crochet terms and easy to read explanations of the patterns. If we do use an abbreviation, we explain what it stands for. You can also find video tutorials for most of the patterns in the book if you need help. We love seeing what you make! Come and share with us on Facebook or Instagram. We will cheer you on!
7 sweet and simple blankets for your baby! These pretty designs are all made using half double crochet stitches. The different looks are created by simply changing where the hook is inserted, taking this super easy stitch into a realm of endless possibilities. Photo steps are included in the written patterns. Each design is stitched using Red Heart Soft #4 worsted-weight yarn. Page Count: 20Skill Level: Easy
You'll love this wonderful collection of favorite Leisure Arts baby afghans, with a variety of styles and colors. Each one of these 54 cover-ups includes step-by-step instructions and radiant full-color photography so you can be confident of success.
5949 Baby Afghans Delight a new mom or grandmom with a soft afghan for Baby! The eight wraps offer varying degrees of warmth, so you can crochet the best blanket for the season. Two of the patterns also include sweet little booties. 8 designs for Easy to Intermediate skill levels, to make using light or medium weight yarns: Soft Zigzags by Carole Prior, Twirling Pinwheels by Carole Rutter Tippett, Granny's Love by Anne Halliday, Little Boy Blue and Precious in Pink (both with booties) by Mary Ann Sipes, Baby Love by Kay Meadors, Concentric Circles Wrap by Melissa Leapman, and Ripples of Joy by Rebecca Leigh. BONUS: Online technique videos.
These seven lacy and lovely afghans designed by Kay Meadors work up quickly in sport weight yarn for a special baby! The centers of these afghans finish in a flash, leaving you time to add the elegant edgings that give the wonderful wraps their old-fashioned charm. Keepsake Baby Afghans (Leisure Arts #3281)
Babies are adorable, and their crocheted swag should be, too! Blankets, sweaters, booties, hats, toys, and so much more make this book of 40 easy and oh-so-cute baby essentials the only one you'll need for crocheting for the babies in your life. There are patterns for girls and boys, and many that will work for either based on color choices. Sizes from newborn to 12 months will keep baby in style for their first year, and toys and blankets will continue to bring joy for years to come! Kristi Simpson is the author of many crochet design publications, including the popular Sweet & Simple Baby Crochet. By using a mix of stitches creatively, she designs patterns that are accessible for beginners and interesting for more advanced crocheters. Known for her fresh and modern style, Kristi's patterns have been published in magazines, books, catalogs, and online venues.
Designer Ana Morais Soares has a great passion for color and blankets. In this book she presents 15 colorful projects, using different crochet techniques and styles. FROM SIMPLE PATTERNS TO SOME MORE ELABORATED ONES, YOU WILL FIND BEAUTIFUL BLANKETS TO CROCHET AND SNUGGLE UNDER. THEY WILL ALSO ADD COLOR TO YOUR HOME ALLOWING YOU TO BE CREATIVE. Blankets are crocheted using gorgeous yarns - linen, wool, cotton, acrylic and a mix of these two - in beautiful bright or soft colours. You can never have enough blankets, right?
Create 6 exquisite baby blankets from well-known designer Lisa Naskrent. Each of these beautiful, heirloom-quality blankets is completed with an amazing border. Designs include Olivia's Chandelier, Jonathan's Edgewater, Crown of Hearts, Cathedral, Feathers & Dewdrops and Around the Tracks. All blankets are made using DK-weight yarn.
Crochet saves lives. It saved mine.In the worst throes of depression I found myself sobbing on the bathroom floor, the tip of a kitchen knife pointed into my wrist. I was aching to break the flesh and bring the pain to an end. Through sheer force of will, I pried my own desperate hands open and replaced the knife with a crochet hook. Then I crocheted to save my life.In this book, you will get to know me through my story of depression and healing. And you will get to know other women as well. You will meet Aurore who crochets to stay in touch with reality as she deals with ongoing psychiatric hallucinations. You will meet Laurie who made a new life with crochet after years of a life filled with abuse. You will meet Tammy whose crochet helps her with the ups and downs of living with Chronic Lyme Disease. You will meet Liza who crochets through the anxiety of having temporary bouts of blindness caused by an undiagnosed health condition. Here are some of the things you will hear them say:“When I crochet I don't think about how my body is now broken; I think about how I can create something beautiful and useful with my hook and either yarn or thread.” -Vicki“When I'm anxious, I feel like a hollow hull. Crocheting helps fill up the void.” - Aurore“I couldn't pay for therapy, but a few balls of crochet thread cost less than $20 and provided me with many hours of crochet.” – M.K. “The feeling of the yarn and the rhythmic motions produced by crocheting are very quieting and help me regroup, recharge and become reconnected to my inner self amidst turmoil and confusion.” – Aimee“Crochet helps me put my pain on the back burner for a while. It takes my focus away from how I'm feeling and puts it in a more productive place”. - ShelliThe two dozen women whose stories are shared in this book are the women who hook to heal. We are not alone. Studies shows that crocheters are numerous; research and anecdotal evidence show that people of all ages, from all walks of life, with all types of health conditions may find healing through their hooks and yarn. Join us on our journey.