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  • Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x

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Brenda Smith

this is my first attempt at a larger crochet piece. I am a retired tutor of machine knitting so the resizing is a challenge I have had before. For anyone wanting a blanket of approx. 30 inches- 75 to 80 cms, I cast on 132sts to start and this works well with a size 4mm hook.

Susan Styles

looks like the chain count is in multiples of 3. you could make it as wide as you like on this principle.

Nat

Hello everyone! I found that someone made a youtube video tutorial of this pattern! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKwYbPaqgnA

Faye

Do you have a pattern for the border for the Cozy Stripe Blanket?

Faye

How many chains would you need to make a lapgan?

Nova

Wow so many people needing help with this pattern and not getting any replies to their questions. What is the point of posting a tutorial to teach people when you’re not prepared to help? It’s my biggest peeve with these tutorials

Nayu

Hi Lucy, just wanted to say thank you. My mother is doing one of your granny square kits as she is new to crochet. I usually do simple granny squares as it requires little thought and i have a lot of brain fog with my chronic illness. Due to branching out a little thanks to Disney's new crochet magazine i wanted to do one of your blankets too. I read your blog for years but stopped for a bit. Fell in love with cupcake colours, and while im just doing one of the suggested colour orders repeatedly as i do not like haphazard colours, thrilled how easy iy is as I know treble crochet well. The volours make me so happy as i sit doing it. Already planning to do the Dune blanket after thid one!

Diane McK

For baby blankets I usually chain between 108 - 130. You want it to be about 30" - 36"wide

Teresa Evans

Wanda Gelezinsky did you ever find out how many stitches for a baby blanket?

Teresa Evans

How many stitches to make a baby blanket?

mavis pedersen

morning,

can you please tell me how man y chain stitches to nake a baby blanket.
please/
mavis

Maggie

Would love to see you do a follow along step by step for those who learn by watching another person do it. Maybe a you-tube video, as it makes it great for an add on to your photos on the blog. Thank you.

Aimee

I’m looking to make this blanket baby size.

Could anyone help me with the pattern please?
Ideally I’d like 100chains rather than 198. However, as I’m dyslexic I’m finding it hard to work it out.. any help is greatly appreciated.. my attempts just grow and shrink lol

Thank you x

Ronnie

Im new to crochet and thOUGHT i would give this a go -butstuck -
My chain foundation row of 198 stitches only measures 84cms. Should I add more chains in multiples of 3 to make the 120 cms stated in pattern does that mean I will need more wool?
Also how do I see the response to all the comments? Your help appreciated thanks

Donna

Here is the link with the photo of the blanket with the granny square border. https://pin.it/H11pWcM

Donna

I see this blanket with an additional granny square boarder and it lovely. I bought the yarn kit from your link and was wondering if you had any idea how much more yarn to buy to be able to finish this with the extra granny boarder.

Shirley Hammond

How many chains for a baby blanket?

Liz felstead

Hi I see lots of post asking how to make this smaller ie baby size blanket. Could someone please help with the maths on this, how many chains to start if I want to make it roughly 24” wide….. thank you

Ann pond

Please can you help have started this blanket is lovely after the first stripped using the colour I’ve got do you randomly strip or do you carry on in the Sam sequence I’ve started https://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/aria-blanket.html

Peggy Mahlik

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!! Is their anyone out there that I could buy some PISTACHIO SPECIAL YARN from???? I am on the border of my throw and ran out of yarn. I only have a side and a half to go!!!! Anyone??? Thank you!!!! Peggy

Teresa Parker

I would like to make an afghan out of this pattern...do you have a suggestion as to how many I would chain to make this project correct in size?

Thank you,
Teresa Parker

ellie

This looks wonderful, and I appreciate having both the detailed pictures and the abbreviated version to print! <3

Erika

Just finished a worsted weight version for my son due early September! I really like the simple pattern and I switched it up by doing a group of dc,dc cluster, dc rows with one color and then five sets of rows with other colors in random order (since I had a lot of one color and less of my others). I abbreviated the border too, but I'm so happy with the result and it worked up fast between the worsted and my need for stress relief! :)

Judy Allen

I BELIEVE THAT THIS PATTERN WILL WORK OUT GREAT FOR ME !!!

Kay

How do I print the pattern off pleas ka

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