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The Sea Shell Princess blanket pattern has been in my note book for a long time! Yes, I have a note book and a binder full of ideas, notes, half written patterns and doodles! I thought I was going to applique it, and even have that pattern written out, but as I was working through it again I just fell in love with the simplicity and elegance that the blanket had on its own.
It really reminds me of an heirloom blanket, one that would be cherished for a long time, and even passed down through the generations. It has a wonderful timeless feel to it with the delicate shells and texture, kind of like the knitted blanket that my grandmother made for me when I was a baby. It really evokes a sense of tradition for me!
However, I had a hard time coming up with a name for the blanket. Everything I came up with sounded silly. So, I showed it to my husband and he said, "Sea Shell Princess Blanket!" I thought it fit perfectly, so here we are!
As always, I welcome your comments, and would love to see pictures of the heirloom blankets that you make with this pattern!!
Using the G hook - 18 hdc and 10 rows = 4" square; use a different size hook or yarn to obtain proper gauge
Sizing / Finished Measurements:
Approximately 36 inches wide by 40 inches long.
G (4.0mm) crochet hook
Light Worsted Yarn - (3W) - Color A - 8oz
Light Worsted Yarn - (3W) - Color B - 10oz
You Will Also Need:
Bernat Baby Sport