Gorgeous Patchwork Blanket

You can make this gorgeous patchwork blanket that measures approx 58" (147.5 cm) square. This free pattern contains all the information that you will need including a handy chart.

Gorgeous Patchwork Blanket

What you need

Patons ® DécorTM (3.5 oz/100 g; 208 yds/190 m)

Contrast A Aran (87602)
3 balls

Contrast B Mimosa (87609)
2 balls

Contrast C Pale Oceanside (87104)
3 balls

Contrast D Frond (87521)
3 balls

Contrast E Mandarin (87700)
2 balls

Contrast F Toasty Grey (87670)
2 balls

Contrast G Pale Rose (87437)
2 balls

Set of 5 size U.S. 8 (5 mm) double-pointed knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge. Size U.S. 8 (5 mm) circular knitting needles 16" [40 cm] and 36" [90 cm] long. 1 stitch marker.



Instructions

Motif

Note: Change to shorter circular needle when appropriate to accommodate sts. Beg at center, with Color 1 and pair of double-pointed needles, cast on 4 sts.

1st rnd: (Inc 1 st in next st) 4 times. 8 sts.Divide sts onto 4 needles (2, 2, 2, 2). Join in rnd placing a marker on first st.

2nd rnd: Knit.

3rd rnd: *K1. M1. Rep from * around. 16 sts.

4th rnd: Knit.

5th rnd: *K1 (place marker on last st). M1. K3. M1. Rep from * around. 24 sts.

6th rnd: Knit.

7th rnd: K1. M1. *Knit to next marked st. M1. K1 (marked st). M1. Rep from * around, ending with M1. 32 sts. Break Color 1.

8th rnd: Join Color 2. *K1. P1. Rep from * around.

9th rnd: K1. M1. *Knit to next marked st. M1. K1 (marked st). M1. Rep from * around, ending with M1. 40 sts.

10th rnd: Knit.

11th to 14th rnds: As 9th and 10th rnds twice. 56 sts.

15th rnd: As 9th rnd, breaking Color 2 at end of rnd. 64 sts.

16th rnd: Join Color 3. As 8th rnd.

17th to 23rd rnds: With Color 3, as 9th to 15th rnds, breaking Color 3 at end of 23rd rnd. 96 sts.

24th rnd: With Color 4, as 8th rnd.

25th to 31st rnds: With Color 4, as 9th to 15th rnds, breaking Color 4 at end of 31st rnd. 128 sts.

32nd to 34th rnds: With A, as 8th to 10th rnds. Cast off loosely knitwise. 136 sts.

Motif 1 (make 6).

Work as given for Motif, using A as Color 1, G as Color 2, E as Color 3 and C as Color 4.

Motif 2 (make 6).

Work as given for Motif, using C as Color 1, D as Color 2, A as Color 3 and F as Color 4.

Motif 3 (make 6).

Work as given for Motif, using D as Color 1, C as Color 2, B as Color 3 and E as Color 4.

Motif 4 (make 6).

Work as given for Motif, using F as Color 1, E as Color 2, C as Color 3 and D as Color 4.

Motif 5 (make 6).

Work as given for Motif, using B as Color 1, G as Color 2, F as Color 3 and C as Color 4.

Motif 6 (make 6).

Work as given for Motif, using G as Color 1, F as Color 2, C as Color 3 and B as Color 4.

Sew Motifs tog as shown in diagram.

patchwork-blanket-chart

Side edging: With longer circular needle, A and RS facing, beg at bottom right corner, pick up and knit 260 sts across side edge.
Knit 6 rows.

Cast off knitwise (WS). Rep along opposite side.

Top and Bottom edging:

With longer circular needle, A and RS facing, beg at top left corner, pick up and knit 270 sts along top edge. Knit 6 rows.

Cast off knitwise (WS). Rep along bottom edge.

All done! How did your’s turn out?

Reprinted with permission from Patons


Comments

  1. Awesome stuff!

  2. That is beautiful, love to knit it!

  3. cranefly says:

    Lovely pattern! I will definitely bookmark this as my first project, once I save up for the yarn :p

  4. Linda Jones says:

    This is truly gorgeous. The colors go so well together. Love it.

  5. Sheryll Gray says:

    This is the pattern to get me crocheting again! It’s beautiful!!

  6. Jacqueline Smith says:

    Can’t wait to get started on this project. My daughter got diagnosed with cancer recently and this afghan will keep her warm during chemo. Thank you for posting the instructions.

  7. Cute, warm and cosy, my needles are itching to start, my mum is going to be so happy to get this to cuddle with in the cool evenings in Italy!!!!

  8. This is a lovely pattern, and winning the yarn would be great. Even without it, I’ve got a bit of a yarn stash I think I’m going to use up and try this out!

  9. I make afghans and lapghans for seniors’ residences in our city and they love bright colors – this is a great pattern for that!

  10. Penny Bernard says:

    Lovely, such beautiful soft colours makes it an inviting throw to make and to cuddle under

  11. Mary Dailey says:

    Oh, how sweet! Thanks for the chance!!! Beautiful!

  12. Robyn Laino says:

    Love the pattern and the yarn to go with it would be awesome!

  13. I would love to make this blanket! I have a new niece and this would be a great gift for her.

  14. Patti Bell says:

    Love the colors. I am going to put my hubby’s name here; Tom Bell, because almost every time I put his name on an entry for a prize we win.

  15. It’s a classic! Paton’s is such nice yarn.

  16. Love to win this giveaway these are my type of blankets

  17. What a lovely looking blanket. And what a bonus that the instructions are so clear … thanks so much for the pattern. I am going to make this for mum as a surprise. If I win I will make myself one, the colours would go perfectly in my living room!

  18. maria crafford says:

    Super! Looks like crochet,,,,but I can only do basic granny squares……but I love knitting and would love to give this a try!!!! Thank you very much for a beautiful pattern!!

  19. Love the colours and design of this blanket, Unfortunately I’m not a knitter. However I do like a challenge and currently need a new project. Using the colours and layout of the motifs in your design I’m going to try and duplicate it using crochetted granny squares. Would love to win the yarn to do so.

  20. This pattern is adorable and could be a great “stash buster” for alternate colors.

  21. tammy VanNatten says:

    Very Pretty … Love the Pattern !!!! <3

  22. Love it. Have always wanted to know how to make an afghan, now I do; just hope I am lucky enough to win.

  23. Ohhh….soooo pretty! Hope I win something for once in my life!

  24. I love the colours used in this pattern. It’s a cold day here in Ontario, Canada and the sun is trying hard to warm things up and I think this blanket makes me think of the warm sunshine. Love it!

  25. Such a pretty blanket. Reminds me of my Grandma and the gorgeous work she would do. Lovely!

  26. Linda M Bishop says:

    I like the way this looks and would love to win the yarn to make it. I love to make afghans for people but am on a limited income so don’t get to make many now. Thanks.

  27. Janet Kaniuk says:

    Love the afghan and the colors used are awesome!

  28. Becky Rothwell says:

    Love it!

  29. Would love to try making this blanket and give it to my mom…

  30. What a lovely patchwork blanket! The colors make me think of springtime and the Easter bunny.

  31. I really like this because it is an unusual take on a granny square blanket…takes it up a notch…thanks for the pattern!

  32. This patchwork blanket is like looking at a breath of new sunshine after a long long winter

  33. This would be very cool to win – I have only done projects with not so many color changes but would love to try this!

  34. Easy AND Patchwork: what a delightful project!

  35. Kim Farrell says:

    Entering to win….
    This would be my intro to a more difficult pattern. I have crocheted for a while but usually stick to the easier projects but would love to get into this!
    Beautiful.

  36. tracy condon says:

    What a lovely idea, Im going to make it for my grand children.

  37. Gorgeous colors. ..love it.

  38. Filomena Cucinelli says:

    Wow, I can’t wait to start, winter will start soon in Australia and this is a perfect project to do in front of the heater !!! Would love to win the yarn !!

  39. Annette S. says:

    Love the colors, I would enjoy making this blanket.

  40. Cheryle Penrose says:

    Thank you for the pattern, the yarn is beautiful. I would love to make this as a gift for my children. My Nan made me a blanket when I was young and I treasure it.

  41. Very pretty. Love the different colors. Thank you for the chance to win the yarn.

  42. Beautiful colours! Would love to use these 🙂

  43. Very, very pretty!

  44. lovely.. looks like a nice knit to take along .. 🙂

  45. This blanket it beautiful! I would love to make this, thanks for the chance to win the yarn!

  46. It’s absolutely beautiful! I love colour combination.
    Reminds me of my Mom. She used to make bed overthrows like this. I admired her dedication and love for her craft. She’s not with us anymore. I think im ready to make such a beautiful patchwork blanket myself:-)) Thank you for the pattern! And Thank you for the memories 🙂 Bot, much appreciated.

  47. Lisa Herrling says:

    Beautiful!

  48. yarnaddicted says:

    Love this beautiful pattern, thanks for the chance to win!
    Kim Reid

  49. Beautiful afghan!

  50. Cindy Bowling says:

    I love the colors and the design.

  51. Roberta Lykins says:

    Very nice pattern & it would be fun to make!

  52. Love this pattern Thanks for the chance to win the yarn

  53. Amie Gaudet says:

    Wow! What a terrific pattern. Thanks very much for providing it free of charge. And thanks again for the chance to win the yarn to make it. I would love to win and make this for my granddaughter’s birthday.

  54. Barbara Savary says:

    love this I have knit for 45yrs but nothing like this. would like to try this

  55. This looks lovely, thanks for the chance to win the yarn!

  56. Michelle Bennett says:

    Gorgeous! I would love to make this!

  57. Deborah Elliott says:

    Love this pattern and will save it so one day I will make this, I hope!

  58. Very pretty blanket, thank you for the patter. I’d love to make one like this.

  59. Would love to try it………….looks so welcoming and homey.

  60. I’ve been looking for an afghan pattern to knit; and this is it!!

  61. Frances Sullivan says:

    A great project to knit while waiting for sport training to finish

  62. Lovely

  63. pretty afghan – thanks for the pattern!

  64. dorothy pauljevic says:

    looks nice i like do grannie square in just one big square to fit a bed any size.it takes me in the half a hour to get a round it.

  65. I would like to make this wonderful project

  66. Gloria Naumann says:

    beautiful afghan. I need to try this

  67. Darlene Ash says:

    Love the colors!! I’m new to crocheting and would be so happy to win the materials to make this.

  68. lisabradley100 says:

    hmm, don’t know if i could wait to see if i was a lucky winner. is too fab…must knit now!!

  69. Looks like a great project for a baby blanket using pastel shades, too. If I don’t win the yarns, may try those colors.

  70. Would be a great new challenge for me to try. It is very pretty and I love the colors, thank you for the pattern.

  71. Carol Thomas says:

    Gorgeous blanket. Havecbeen looking for a good knitting pattern. Will go find the colors and begin.

  72. Antoinette says:

    Just beautiful1 Thanks sew much for the pattern!

  73. adding this to my project list!

  74. sweetside says:

    It’s beautiful! I would love to make this for my mom for Christmas!

  75. Sandra Gilliland says:

    How colorful and creative – I am expecting my first grandson and this would be perfect for him.

  76. Dale Sims says:

    Beautiful! Would love to make this!

  77. moonchild72248 says:

    i love this pattern. sine i have been using needlework as a therapy after my stroke i have been using the yarn i inherited from my mom. it would be nice to win yarn to do a project with a fresh start.

  78. I love this blanket. A nice pattern like this is hard to find.

  79. Linda Padron says:

    Simply put……beautiful.

  80. I need an afghan and this would inspire me to get one done. 🙂

  81. Andrea in Argentina says:

    I would love to have the yarn to do this!

  82. Absolutely beautiful.

  83. darlene mccormcik says:

    that’s a beautiful blanket cant wait to get stated i love to crochet

  84. Outstanding pattern and color choices.

  85. Love this and would love to win the yarn to make it!

  86. Sandi Hodge says:

    Thank You So Much! This is a Wonderful and Fun Project. Which I’d rather not call it a Project,,,, It’s a Joy

  87. gramiesgarden says:

    Just love this pattern and looking forward to making it. Very unique design.

  88. looks like a new project!! just finished up some ufp’s

  89. PJ Jenner says:

    I love this idea! I’ve never tackled a project on this scale, or a patchwork, and I would just love the challenge to do so!

  90. What a lovely heirloom blanket just the thing to pass down generations.

  91. Barbara Ann Bell says:

    I have a great-grandchild arriving an I have enough time to figure out this pattern.

  92. It’s beautiful….would be a great project!

  93. very modern. I will have to make it either way

  94. Fiona Lamont says:

    This is something special, the colours go so well. I know that when I’ve made it, my head shall surely swell, with pride that I have managed, to make this lovely thing and each time that I see it, my soul shall surely sing.!

  95. love the colors

  96. Beautiful blanket, great colors! Thanks for the chance to win.

  97. Sheila Jackson says:

    Looks awesome. I might need to make a few for my Grandaughters in their favourite colours. They think it’s great.

  98. Pam Macdonald says:

    Love the colours, it is very springy Cant wait to start

  99. Love the colors, so bright for the spring…thank you for the pattern and thank you for the giveaway.

  100. Wendy Hatton says:

    I’ve been looking for a new project and this looks perfect. Love the colors you have used too.

  101. marybelle says:

    This is just so beautiful. Makes me eager to begin.

  102. Diane Chadwick says:

    Fab design and just the colours for my new retirement home!

  103. Brilliant, a differeny way to knit the motifs and one that you could make a smaller version for grandchildren and add to as they grow, you could also crochet the edge, Thank you

  104. A different and charming design – this is one I just might keep for myself! Thanks so much for offering the pattern.

  105. Elizabeth Batch says:

    Looks good. Will have to organise myself to do it around all of my other projects.

  106. I love the colors in this afghan!

  107. Looking at this Afghan reminded me of my childhood and my mother who passed away so many long years ago. She had one similar to this one that she kept on her and my father’s bed. We used to wrap up in it to watch Saturday night TV. It went missing after she passed away and I have been looking for a pattern like this one for a long time to make in her memory.

  108. Lori Christ says:

    Beautiful blanket. It will be put on my to do list!

  109. Karen McFall says:

    Thanks for the super pattern.. Love it!!

  110. I love the pattern and colors in the blanket. Cant wait to try it out.

  111. Terri Lester says:

    I really love this pattern! What a fabulous “goes with any decor” kind of afghan!!!! I would love making this and since there are so many color changes, it would definitely NOT be boring!

  112. Wow. Love this pattern. Thank-you very much. Great color choice.

  113. I’ve never done a patchwork blanket, in fact I’ve never done a blanket at all. Would love to start with this one, together with my daughter, thank you.

  114. Christine Chipman says:

    This pattern is awesome. I just have to try it. I’ve just found out I have Stage 3 Breast Cancer, and with winter coming here in Tasmania, this would be a really positive thing to work on while I’m having chemotherapy and radiotherapy, and will be great to keep me warm while I’m watching TV and reading during my recovery period.

  115. I would love to make this afghan! It looks like fun & I like the color combination. Think I’ll try it!

  116. Great pattern! Thanks for the pattern, I know I have enough yarn in my stash to do it.

  117. meshugunah says:

    I’m working on a scarf right now using Paton’s Metallic…Lovely stuff! Would surely enjoy making up this afghan, it would be beautiful in my living room.

  118. Judy Kobell says:

    Beautiful pattern, lovely yarn and colors. Can’t wait to make this!

  119. Linda Peterson says:

    What a beautiful pattern!! Love the colors!

  120. Sylvia Charlton says:

    This is a beautiful blanket. I will be making it whether I win the yarn or not. It would be very nice to win though. 🙂

  121. Colorful, happy, and can be an accent or focus piece in a room. It’s trendy with the geometric shapes and colors…so much to appreciate in this piece.

  122. Beautiful !!!! I just learned how to crochet squares . This would be a great project to do.

  123. The color palette is gorgeous. I love the balance between the soft colors and the subtly vibrant combinations in each block.

  124. That is a project I might actually be able to do!

  125. what a lovely blanket…reminds me somewhat of a log cabin quilt or God’s Eye pattern…the colors feel so Spring. What a lovely project this would be to make.

  126. Love the colors in this blanket!

  127. Stephanie says:

    I absolutely LOVE the look of granny squares! The colors in this are gorgeous and very versatile!

  128. Love the patch work. Reminds me of guilt my grandma had around the house when I was little. Beautiful.

  129. Robin Cruce says:

    I like this version as much as the quilted log cabin I’ve made before…I will have to give it a try!

  130. Jessica ashbrooke says:

    Would love this so beautiful and excellent idea as a winter indoor activity for me to do

  131. Looks like it would be a great project

  132. sweet

  133. Wow, this is so pretty, I’d love to make it as a throw for my rather worn settee! So Springlike too.

  134. Judy Skahl says:

    This would be a perfect gift for a little one. I absolutely want to try it and will post again when I finish it. Thank you for your pattern.

  135. Alberta Cooke says:

    I could never afford to make myself a cardigan and to be able to win enough wool to make a blanket would be Amazing and exciting xxx

  136. Jane Bond says:

    Very pretty. I really would enjoy making this afghan and I would love to win the yarn to do so.

  137. I would love to make this and free yarn would be wonderful.

  138. Susan L. Leigh says:

    Don’t know if I could do it but would sure like to try.

  139. I’m new to knitting, but definitely putting this in my “once I get better” pile! Absolutely love this!!

  140. Laura Wernet says:

    this is a very attractive blanket pattern

  141. Pat Enterkin says:

    I love this pattern and the colors in the blanket. I think it would make a wonderful gift or something wonderful to keep for yourself. I would love to win the yarn.

  142. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the colours so much!

  143. helen l smith says:

    what a beautiful blanket. it would be a pleasure to make this x

  144. Sandra Guillemette says:

    I see little red and grey flower pots filled with violets and daffodils on the side porch. Now blue sky wildflowers and green grass with little puffy white clouds floating by out the front window. I wonder whose toes with pink polish on each one are under that afghan today. They sure do wiggle and now I hear a giggle. I agree it is worth every stitch it will help with keeping winter at bay for it looks a Spring day!!!. If you please I use the pattern I have work to do.

  145. It is beautiful. I would love to win the yarn to make it.

  146. Toni Ripper says:

    Awesome pattern. So pretty!

  147. Beautiful colors! I would love to win 🙂

  148. Beautiful, interesting to look at, and a great challenge.

  149. Laura Spradlin says:

    Beautiful! Love the colors in this blanket! Looking forward to trying this yarn!

  150. Absolutely beautiful color. I would love to make this afghan.

  151. I like to make car seat size blankets and I could adjust the pattern for the perfect size. Thanks for the chance to win the yarn.

  152. N. Richter says:

    This is BEAUTIFUL. I am going to make it and donate it to the local activity group that raises money for our local hospital, for them to raffle.

  153. Dakota Tipi says:

    …and knitted to boot! Great wedding or graduate gift to make!

  154. I could learn to crochet for this!

  155. Fay Poulish says:

    Lovely Spring/Fall colours. Just right for all countries in both northern and southern hemispheres right now. Gentle subtle colours with a dash of brightness. Love it!

  156. Diane Linke says:

    Beautifully done ! Those colors go together so well….I never knitted a blanket …but I’m game for this one !

  157. Lovely present for my daughter at University.

  158. Desiree Campbell says:

    This is beautiful! I’d love to make it for a friend graduating from high school this year!

  159. B Johnson says:

    Plan to have a go at this but would be nice to win the wool to do it.

  160. What a beautiful pattern and colors…something different. Would love to win it!

  161. Miriam Giles says:

    This is a beautiful blanket. I would love to win the yarn for this project!

  162. J E Bischoff says:

    Where is the crochet version? I don’t knit.

  163. What a gorgeous blanket! Terrific colours.

  164. Sonya Line Yoder says:

    I love love love the pattern. I would get very excited if I won the yarn

  165. What a lovely afghan!! I love how the pattern allows to use different colors. It would be a delight to see on the bed or sofa.

  166. Grace Irelan says:

    Beautiful! Bright spring colors.

  167. Peggy Twigg says:

    Awesome! I love this. My mother always crocheted.(My mother passed away) I have taken up crocheting now. I have even tackled Amigurumi. My mother would have enjoyed making this. I have not tried knitting yet, but would definitely try it out if I won the yarn to make this beautiful blanket. Thank you.

  168. Judy Hinman says:

    What a beautiful afghan! I have a pattern like this to make a quilt.

  169. Love the colors of this afghan. They would go in any room. Love to make it. Making afghans are a favorite of mine.

  170. Lacey Van Cleve says:

    i love this pattern. it makes a great decoration blanket to put on a chair or bed.

  171. chookbecky says:

    I have not knitted in a long time, this pattern makes me want to start again. Beautiful colors. perfect for my Master Bedroom. Thank You for a chance to win the yarn.

  172. This kind of looks like the granny squares I used to crochet. Would love to win the yarn.

  173. Just so striking in the simplicity of this afghan. I would love to win the yarn to make this afghan.

  174. Robin Blakeley says:

    This is one of those perfect projects to curl up in the evenings and work on and different colors make this blanket absolutly timeless! <3

  175. Kristie Lund says:

    Gorgeous! Beautiful pattern and springtime colors!

  176. Alice Jenkins says:

    This blanket is a dream come true. Finally an heirloom blanket you can knit rather than crochet. THANK YOU

  177. Janet Cobb says:

    Absolutely stunning! Very “spring!”

  178. What a beautiful gift this will make!

  179. I love it TOO. I will add it to my list of projects.

  180. Jane Bird says:

    I love all the beautiful colors in this afghan which would suit any season and would be so warm and cozy during our cold Canadian winters.

  181. So pretty 🙂

  182. I love the pattern! Such pretty colors!!

  183. This project reminds me of when I used to make God’s Eyes. I am taken back 40 years just by looking at the afghan! It is BEAUTIFUL, SIMPLE yet GRACEFUL.

  184. Beautiful, I’d love to win this.

  185. This is INCREDIBLE! It manages to be modern AND traditional. It spans all seasons and would blend with most decors.
    I would love to have the yarn for it! (Fixed income makes it hard to get the funds together. 🙂 )

  186. Joanne Keith says:

    I would absolutely love to make this! It’s wonderful!

  187. I would love to complete this project. If I start it now, I might be finished by next fall.

  188. Ooh. It’s very a pretty pattern! I love it.

  189. Great pattern, not easy finding an afghan blanket resembling crochet. Loooking forward to making this

  190. Very nice

  191. Barbara Swanner says:

    It is so beautiful and I would enjoy making one.

  192. Very nice! Love all the colors and the unique design. Very contemporary, a “show stopper” for sure!

  193. Susan M Cleveland says:

    I love piece work as I travel and that provides all kinds of time for knitting, etc. What a great gift this will be for my college student! Love the colours and pattern!

  194. Nice!
    I would love to knit my first afghan!

  195. shelley krueger says:

    This is lovely and a great way to use up some of my stash.

  196. Sallie Bate says:

    I love this as I make lots of different blankets for friends and families in need. I would love to make this!

  197. rabialaura says:

    I think this is attractive enough for me to challenge myself to join squares. (I have always maintained that I would rather take a whipping than join squares!) Looking forward to starting it; sure hope I don’t end up with a bag full of squares, looking for somebody to stitch them together for me!!

  198. Oh, this is lovely! And it would be so easy to change the colors to get an entirely different look, too. Hmmm….

  199. I think even I might be able to do this one! Love the look…

  200. Cathy Duncan says:

    I used to crochet squares for blankets but this pattern looks a lot nicer and easy too.

  201. Janell Erickson says:

    This is gorgeous! I would love to make it. All these colors are my favorites! I live in SD, and after the winter we just survived, the colors would help it feel like spring year around!

  202. I love the pattern looks like one my grandmother made years ago. The colors are really warm and comfortable. Thanks for a chance to win the yarn to make it.

  203. What pretty colors. I like this pattern a lot.

  204. Judy Thomas says:

    I love this ,it’s so gorgeous and “yester-year” 🙂 I would love to make it and had to pin it.

  205. This is lovely and, after reading the pattern, is not as complicated as it looks.

  206. Leasa Skinner says:

    Love the colours and how this looks when finished! This pattern reminds me of a patchwork quilt.

  207. Love it. These colors would work any where.

  208. I love this Afghan! Would love to make it!

  209. Roberta Sautter says:

    This is gorgeous! I love projects that allow you to travel easily, as I do a lot of knotting on public transit!

  210. Michelle Curry says:

    Great looking afghan! Great colors!

  211. Merryl Chantrell says:

    A Patchwork Afghan built for 2.

  212. Very pretty colors.

  213. Susan Schmidt says:

    Beautiful pattern with beautiful colors and wonderful instructions. My Grandmother was Pennsylvania Dutch and made many beautiful quilts; this pattern reminds me of them.

  214. Sandy Wootten says:

    This is just beautiful

  215. Dorothy S. says:

    Love the colors and looks like something I can do.

  216. Linda Chan says:

    Love this pattern but unfortunately, I do not knit. I do however knook and do tunisian crochet which I have had some success in transferring knitting patterns into. I would like to try it with this one….calm, warm colors….yum

  217. Love this afghan, would love to make it

  218. What a beautiful blanket. It just invites you to curl up on a couch with a good book, cup of coffee or tea and just relax and be cozy. I love it!!

  219. After reading quite a few of the other posts, and how each viewer sees or reminds them of different perspectives, it makes one believe that this is truly an art!

  220. Beautiful! I love the soft colors. Thanks!

  221. Pat Clark says:

    Beautiful pattern and great colours I would love to make this one.

  222. HennaLadyKim says:

    I would LOVE to win this awesome package. What a great blanket :)~

  223. count me in please lovely blanket perfect as a mothers day gift thank you 🙂

  224. tessa lourens says:

    Have just taught myself how to crotchet as I am contributing to 67 Blankets for Madiba project. Knitting a simple blanket and crotcheting a blanket too

  225. Kathie Craig says:

    Love it. I could just see my grandmother making this if she were still alive.

  226. I would love to make this for my mother! She made me an afghan that I just love and this would be great to give her in return.

  227. Catherine says:

    beautiful! Would love to make it too!

  228. Connie Lytle says:

    Love this pattern. It would be pretty in a lot of different color combinati0ons too!

  229. Beautiful! All the work has been done for me…now I can snuggle! ; )

  230. Love it

  231. Dorothy Evanson says:

    What a pretty way to use up scraps of yarn

  232. It’s very pretty. I thing my mom would like to have one like it at her summer place! The colors look very relaxing. Beautiful work!! 🙂

  233. Katherine says:

    Beautiful blanket, I have just the right colors to work this one up. Thank you.

  234. My daughter and I are going to give this a try for her first apartment, which she’ll be moving into, in June.

  235. Sharon Orbeck says:

    This is really pretty. I can not wait to make one.

  236. Lois Garrett says:

    It is beautiful and when it is finished, I will give to my aging Marine.

  237. Love this spring afghan.

  238. Kahwati donna says:

    This blanket is beautiful. It would be a great project for my knitting group to do. We like to make blankets and baby items to donate to charity.

  239. Love this afghan. Love the colors and design. I used to crochet and knit many afghans and lately have been making baby items, hats and scarves, etc. This would give me a great reason to start making afghans again. Thanks for the pattern and chance to win the yarn for this project.

  240. That is a nice looking afghan. I think it would be fun to make with all of the color changes.

  241. Thank you, I love this pattern. Great for Project Linus!

  242. This is just what I’ve been looking for, a square style afghan with good warmth (not too many holes), but still appealing. This is just my speed. I can’t wait to start! Thanks for posting.

  243. Pat Kirkland says:

    I love the colors. Just in the process of re-doing my living room. My walls are a similar color as the light blue in the patchwork blanket. I have white wicker chairs, a cream colored sofa and a white fireplace. It would look fabulous added to the mix.
    Would be wonderful to win the yarn to make this blanket.

  244. beautiful would add colour to any room

  245. Lynnette Langemann says:

    This one is a must-do.

  246. Deborah McKinney says:

    What a beautiful blanket. I can’t find many knitting projects for blanets that I really like.

  247. Dana Bach says:

    I would love to make this! Beautiful pattern and beautiful yarn!

  248. I would LOVE to make this blanket. Pick me! Pick me! 🙂

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  249. This looks like a fun project. I’m going to have to put this on my list of “to dos”.

  250. I would love to see if I am good enough at crocheting for all those color changes. 🙂

  251. It’s beautiful! Can you also give instructions on how to crochet this pattern?

  252. Dena Hobbs says:

    I love this afghan! Will be fun to create it using customized colors for the person you are making it for!

  253. Milla Loud says:

    What a beautiful blanket. Love the color yarns used in this project.

  254. Patricia B says:

    This is beautiful. I’m in the midst of making a baby blanket for my soon to come newest great-nephew and I finishing a queen sized cover for my niece. I would love to have a new project like this one….thanks for the chance to win.

  255. Madeleine Mau says:

    Am looking forward to making this. Easy one to carry with when traveling, block by block.

  256. chpetunia58 says:

    I am always fascinated by the color palette others choose. By simply changing colors, a project takes on a whole new life! I am usually drawn to bright yarn colors, these soft tones are lovely.

  257. Julie Shaw says:

    I love the idea of creating a beautiful blanket one square at a time. It is the perfect “take where ever I go” project!

  258. Beautiful! I’ve never made such a large project but I’d love to try. 🙂

  259. This is a project that begs me to get started. Once i have the yarn in hand, my hook’s gonna fly! I can’t wait to curl up under this and take a well-deserved nap!

  260. Wow, this would be the perfect project for my to make as my wedding gift for my brother and his fiance!

  261. Rita Towsner says:

    Made with bright colors, it would really pop.

  262. Patricia Jaroslawski says:

    Gorgeous…and the perfect colour palette to brighten up my living room for Spring 😉

  263. I really want to try this pattern! The Colors are beautiful!

  264. This is Beautiful!! I would Love to win the Yarn to make this Afghan. Thank~You!!

  265. Gorgeous colors, just in time for spring 🙂

  266. Arlene Clifton says:

    Very unique pattern. Am happy you are sharing the pattern.

  267. This is just a beautiful pattern – soft, springy and delightful. Can hardly wait to get started on this project – it will make me think of spring the whole time I’m knitting!

  268. Cathy Keeney says:

    Great Spring Project, the colors are lovely. would love to win the yarn.

  269. Beautiful colors. Sew easy, but turns out sew pretty!

  270. Ooo, cool. I am a relatively new knitter. This looks like a good challenge for me!

  271. very much like spring anywhere but erie PA.. if it was finished would really keep you warm.

  272. Heather Mentzer says:

    Awesome pattern! I love all the colors and how it’s worked in small sections so it can be portable.

  273. love this!!!

  274. What a pretty pattern and a great way to use my stash of yarn!

  275. patricia redfern says:

    what a lovely gift to pass on to another generation. the item is timeless

  276. I would love to win this! I mostly have to do stashbuster projects, since a whole lot of new yarn is not in our budget. A big project done in the yarn that the pattern was written for would be heaven!

  277. Joanne Pietzak says:

    Love this pattern and the colors give it a old world charm

  278. This blanket looks beautiful and warm

  279. Sharon Milner says:

    Absolutely beautiful blanket to post on the first day of spring

  280. Patti Voight says:

    I have a passion for crochet and quilts. To be able to combine the two is a dream come true. I can’t wait to get started!!!!!

  281. This is such a cute blanket! It would be a great throw for the living room or as a gift to someone else!

  282. I love this wonderful afghan…so many options with is…so many color ways. It will be so much fun to make! Hope I win!

  283. What a gorgeous thing! And it would be a dream come true to win all those delish skeins.

    From fingers and toes crossed in VT,
    The Vermonster

  284. Kim O'Brien says:

    This is beautiful and inspiring me to take up my knitting needles again. Thanks!

  285. This is stunning. Love it.

  286. I’ve always wanted to do this kind of afghan (or any afghan!), but it’s such a lot of yarn to buy! Would love the chance to make this!

  287. Cynthia Paola says:

    This pattern excites my eyes! I love it!
    This is a great project, the designer has a great eye for color.

  288. Annette Magyar says:

    This is lovely. I would love to make it!

  289. Kathleen Michaud says:

    Looks easy. Even for a person like me who does not follow directions well

  290. kori gillen says:

    I love this pattern. It would be great for newborn photo shoots, especially for this spring season.

  291. Beautiful afghan and color palette! Great project for this beautiful spring day!

  292. Loris Dean says:

    Gorgeous! Would love to tackle this project! Thanks for considering me.

  293. Tina Botelho says:

    I LOVE this project! I hope I win the yarn so that I can make this beauty!

  294. Christine Dicke says:

    This is a beautiful afghan–I love the colors.

  295. Peggy Parks says:

    What a beautiful pattern! It’s so colorful, and would be a fun afghan to knit.

  296. Lovely afghan, thanks for sharing with us!

  297. Love this! Looks like something I’d see at my grandma’s farm and brings back wonderful memories!

  298. Beautiful blanket

  299. Penny Gray says:

    Love it! Can’t wait to try work it up!

  300. This is gorgeous! Would love to win the yarn!

  301. Sandra Rayner says:

    I love the soft, vintage colors. This would accent any room recor.

  302. Dorothy Davidson says:

    This is so pretty. I love the colors. I have a feeling my daughter might take it from me to knit for herselfQ

  303. Cheryl Meehan says:

    bEAUTIFUL HEIRLOOM BLANKET FOR A CHILD

  304. Great project for spring! Love the colors!

  305. Beth Tallon says:

    I would love to make this afghan. I love the colors and also the pattern. Thanks

  306. lindarumsey says:

    This would be a real comfort blanket!

  307. Mary Gleason says:

    It’s very beautiful! It looks as though it would be fun to make and, oh so comfy!

  308. Just getting back to knitting, this is good.

  309. I love it! It’s so cheery and cozy looking. Perfect for curling up on the couch with a cup of tea and a good book. 🙂

  310. I don’t crochet but I know someone who does.She’d love this!

  311. Helen Thurston says:

    This is beautiful – such gorgeous colours too x

  312. marilyn Gill says:

    This is the ONE I have been looking for!!! Sounds easy and quick and great colors. can’t wait to begin!

  313. This is gorgeous!! Gotta love an easy and beautiful afghan!

  314. I love the coordinated colors!

  315. Such a beautiful design. Love the colours!

  316. This would look beautiful in my bedroom. Love the colors and pattern. Thanks.

  317. Love afghan, the colors are perfect spring colors, would look beautiful in my bedroom, thrown on the bed.

  318. This is a gorgeous pattern, only if I could knit!

  319. elaine simmons says:

    I absolutely love the colors in this afghan! I have recently got back into knitting after a long hiatus.

  320. I’ve only recently learned to use DPN’s. This project would give me lots of practice.

    darla

  321. Love the afghan! Would love to win the yarn to make it too! Thanks!

  322. Michele T says:

    This pattern is beautiful and I love the colours – perfect for our family room! Thanks for the chance!!

  323. Mischelle Johnson says:

    This is beautiful! My granddaughter would love this!!! I’d use the same colors that are shown. Thank you for the free pattern!!!

  324. Tammy Tansey says:

    What a lovely blanket! I colors remind me so much of the long awaited flowers of spring. I live in Ohio and any reminder of the impending arrival of Spring is greatly appreciated! ;0)

  325. cathe barron says:

    beautiful colors! would love to win this yarn 🙂

  326. Kristan Anderson says:

    I would love to try this beautiful project!

  327. Susan Hill says:

    Love the colours, would love to win, need to start knitting again.

  328. This blanket is absolutely beautiful! Would love to make it.

  329. Jeanette Smith says:

    I love this pattern and love that it looks like a patchwork quilt. Being that it looks like that I would actually make it larger to fit my queen size bed as the first new, not hand me down, bedding for me and my new husband. Even love the spring colors it would really brighten up a room!!!!

  330. marie sierra says:

    WOW!! AWESOME BLANKET! i would love to win the yarn to make this! thank you marie

  331. Carol Schick says:

    this is a very nice afghan….the colours are wonderful,,,,,it looks like a challenge and I’m ready for the challange

  332. Vicki Wurgler says:

    my grandmother made patchwork blankets like this one-I love the light colors

  333. This is beautiful! I love old-timey patterns like this. I feel connected to all those (mostly) women who have done patchwork before me.

  334. Colleen James says:

    What a beautiful Patchwork Blanket..something very special that could become an heirloom to pass down, stunning

  335. Linda Donnelly Smith says:

    love the beautiful afghan…the spring colours are delightful! the pattern is reminiscent of a patchwork quilt <3

  336. I love this!!! Reminds me of Fall. Fall was my belated mothers favorite time of year. Would love to make this.

  337. Carol Sharpe says:

    Beautiful colours, I can hardly wait to start this project!

  338. That blanket is beautiful, looks like I found my next project

  339. These are the perfect colors for my baby-boy-to-be (his room is going to be yellow and gray with colorful items throughout), and this pattern is the perfect amount of work for me to finish before he arrives! Can’t wait to get started. Thank you for posting it!

  340. This is beautiful…. I wonder if it would work well for a baby blanket….

  341. helen prior-townsend says:

    Gorgeous would love to make thid

  342. Margaret Pennington says:

    Lovely pattern, lovely giveaway. Fingers crossed. xx

  343. Mary McBride says:

    Love this project! The colors are so beautiful! Looking forward to doing this!

  344. Great project. Combines my two favourite crafts, crochet and patchwork!

  345. kay petley says:

    Looking for a new craft to start this looks ideal love the colour palette too

  346. This is. Sooooo pretty ! I just love it !!

  347. Lovely blanket. I can imagine it is so many colors.

  348. The blanket looks great and I would love to knit one too. It would be a wonderful start up project that I can do .
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  349. Such a pretty pattern! This would be a great project to do.

  350. Linda Ginn says:

    Love the colours. Just getting back into knitting after a bit of an absence and looking to try more than the usual jumpers, scarfs,etc.

  351. Gloria Day says:

    I love this blanket, would look great in my front room 🙂

  352. This is a beautiful project cant wait to win and get started 🙂

  353. I am so glad that this is a knit pattern! It’s reminiscent of the granny square afghans my family would make!

  354. Elizabeth McDowell says:

    I love it! I want to get started now!

  355. I would love love love to win this yarn! Beautiful pattern

  356. Gwynn Harlow says:

    I would love to knit this pattern. It has been a few years since I have been able to knit because of a disability and now I think I am at a point that I could knit again. This would be a lovely first project and the free yarn would help. thank you

  357. Stephanie says:

    Gorgeous!

  358. jeannineleavitt says:

    its nice. looks like a quilt I made. would like to crochet one .

  359. Beautiful. I would love it 🙂

  360. Callie wehrman says:

    Oh so pretty! I’d love to give it a go!

  361. Andrea Johnson says:

    This looks like it would be fun to knit. I’d love to win the yarn for it.

  362. gonetobeach says:

    Pretty with soft colors that won’t be glaring or out of style in a few years.

  363. Francesca says:

    I love this blanket! Such beautiful colours 🙂

  364. Celia Sharbo says:

    Beautiful and I love the word “easy”. Can’t wait to begin.

  365. Diana Baber says:

    What a pretty blanket. It would be a great housewarming gift for my grandson and his wife.

  366. I love the scrappy quilty look of this!!! It’s gorgeous!

  367. Love the blankie ❤️ and the colors used…. Would love to have it as a cover on my bed

  368. Linda Allen says:

    I like it.

  369. Beautiful!

  370. Beautiful blanket.

  371. Katznknit says:

    Love the colors used in the gorgeous patchwork blanket. It looks like it would be a beautiful blanket to make.

  372. Looks like a good one! I will add to my to do list.

  373. Christine dorsey says:

    Have fallen in love with this blanket, I have just got to get my needles clicking!

  374. What a great idea for a competition…would love to win…good luck all : )

  375. Angie klinzing says:

    Beautiful I’m just a beginner knitter. Want to some day make blanket.

  376. Love it.

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