Rainbow Sampler Blanket
The Rainbow Sampler Blanket is as colourful as it is exciting! With over 13 different stitch types, this sampler blanket is perfect for the ambitious beginner who wants to learn new stitches and create a rainbow blanket in the process.
The pattern for the Rainbow Sampler Blanket is extensive. The printable PDF consists of 69 pages, divided into 11 chapters. Each chapter has accompanying photo tutorials for the different stitches, a written pattern that's written in a way so beginners can read along easily, and a full-colour crochet diagram. A print-friendly version is also included, which consists of 20 pages of condensed pattern and all charts.
Advanced Beginner. You’ve mastered the basic stitches such as chains and double crochets and you know how to join colours and fasten off. You’re looking to expand your stitch knowledge with more interesting stitches. You are looking for a pattern with tutorials, and perhaps a simple crochet diagram to practice.
5.0mm (US size H/8), testers worked the blanket on 4.5mm (US size 7).
The blanket measures 195 x 190cm (75 x 77in) after blocking.
- ch: chain
- dc: double crochet
- hdc: half double crochet
- RS: Right Side
- WS: Wrong side
The product you make following this pattern is yours and you are free to sell the product in small quantities, as long as you credit Haak Maar Raak as the original designer. Please do not reproduce, share or copy the pattern, full or in part, in any way.
The pattern will be sent to you in an e-mail as a digital download after your payment has been processed.
A few reviews
Haven't yet started the pattern but did read it through and found it easy to understand and follow. I look forward to starting it this fall.
This pattern is fantastic. Great for learning so many stitches in a fun way. Colour guidelines are great choices. I have 6 students learning using this. Thank you
It is beautiful and the instructions are super easy to follow. Great Afghan to use your yarn stash.
Incredibly detailed, well formatted, easy to read. I use it on phone and computer with a pdf reader. All techniques are explained with a separate explanation section, along with written row by row instructions. Very helpful for tracking the base technique vs any little adaptations to fit the row count. Even the very basic techniques, like chains and hdc, are explained, so this pattern would also be suited to someone who is close to absolute beginner. The charts are what I use the most after the first row of a new stitch, as they have handy indicators of ws, rs, and so on. I'm on part 5, super fun and motivating pattern :)