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Looking for a quick, easy, and gender neutral baby blanket?! This one is going to be your new go-to pattern! I’ve combined my two newest obsessions: Bernat Blanket Yarn and C2C (corner-to-corner) to create this extra soft and snuggly Teddy Bear Blanket! If you aren’t familiar with Bernat Blanket Yarn, it is a bulky weight, soft …


Planned Colour Pooling I saw this over at the Repeat Crafter Me FB page. AMAZING and all from one ball! Have you heard of planned color pooling?! Many variegated yarns have a repeating sequence of colors. Patterns like this can be created with simple stitches! This is Bernat Softee Chunky yarn in Shadow. With a size H hook I chained 28 and used the moss stitch.


Want to feel like your walking on clouds? Oh So Plush! House Slippers will do just that! With less than a skein of yarn, you can whip these up in an hour or two! These make the perfect gifts…if you don’t end up keeping them for yourself!


Hot Off My Hook! Project: Cowl Neck Poncho Started: 14 Jan 2016 Completed: 16 Jan 2016 Model: Madge the Mannequin Crochet Hook(s): 7mm, Cowl portion, K, Granny Stitch portion Yarn: Bernat Super Value, RedHeart Super Saver Color(s): Alpine Snow, True Grey, Perfect Pink Pattern Source: Simply Crochet Magazine, Issue No. 25 (Hard Copy) Pattern Designed By: Simone Francis Notes: This is my 68th Cowl-Neck Poncho!


Freshen up your home decor with this vibrant throw blanket. Knit in Bernat Blanket, this is an ideal beginner project in a fresh, fun colorway! Get Fresh Throw - Patterns | Yarnspirations


Hooded Baby Cocoon: I used Bernat Baby Blanket yarn, Little Cosmos. Beanie was made using Bernat Blanket Yarn, Baby Sand. You can purchase the Coccon pattern at Etsy: