Raspberry Road Blanket
The Raspberry road blanket is a great way to show off your gradient yarn. This blanket is worked in the round and this makes the gradient change even more gradual. The incorporated Jacobs ladders are a fun little addition to the star shape.
The pattern contains photo instructions on how to assemble your Jacob’s Ladders and a crochet diagram. The pattern uses stitches suitable for beginners.
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.
3.5mm (US size E/4)
The blanket measures 104cm in diameter (41in).
- beg: beginning
- ch: chain
- ch-sp: chain space
- ch2-space: chain 2 space, the number denotes the amount of stitches in the chain
- dc: double crochet
- sc: single crochet
- ss: slip stitch
- st(s): stitch(es)
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.
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A few reviews
This is a beautiful pattern to make, being so well written it is one I have recommended to many others and will be making several more!
easy to follow
I enjoyed crocheting this pattern. It was easy and relaxing to hook and the end result was very pretty. I made it as a gift for my friend's baby and she was really pleased with it. I have recommended the pattern to others wanting to make a baby blanket.
I found the pattern easy to follow and also the instructions for the ladder. I knit more than crochet, but didn't need to seek help from my crochet friends, as I have with some crochet patterns. I was really please with how it turned out. I used a Scheepjes Whirl - Melting Macaron. The expectant Mum was very delighted with it.
I absolutely love it. I have made a number of these now. They work up quickly, are fun to make and the pattern is well written.