Blankets have been a popular choice for both seasoned crafters and novices alike for centuries. They are versatile, comfortable, and can be made in a variety of styles and colors. One of the most striking styles of crochet blankets is the transition of colors, where one color blends into another in a gradient or ombre effect.

    Crochet blankets with a transition of colors are not only visually stunning but also offer a sense of warmth and coziness to any room. They are perfect for snuggling up with on a cold night or for adding a pop of color to a neutral decor scheme.


    If you are in the market for a new crochet blanket, consider opting for one with a transition of colors. Here are some reasons why:

    1. Unique Style: A crochet blanket with a transition of colors is a unique and eye-catching addition to any room. The blend of colors adds depth and interest to an otherwise plain blanket.
    2. Versatility: With transitions of colors can be made in a variety of styles and colors, making them a versatile addition to any home. Whether you prefer bold, bright colors or muted, earthy tones, there is a crochet blanket with a transition of colors to suit your taste.
    3. Personalization: With the ability to choose your own colors, you can personalize your crochet blanket to suit your preferences. Whether you want to match it to your existing decor or create a statement piece, the options are endless.
    4. Handmade: A crochet blanket with a transition of colors is a handmade item, crafted with care and attention to detail. It adds a personal touch to your home decor and is a unique way to express your creativity.
    5. Durable: Crochet blankets with transitions of colors are not only beautiful but also durable. They are made with high-quality yarn, and with proper care, can last for many years.
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    Lion Brand Mandala Bonus Bundle (1,181 yards) in Genie

    7mm hook


    Tapestry needle & Scissors

    Notes: Make the blanket any size you’d like using the multiple 6 + 1 for the beginning chain.

    Gauge: 4” x 4” ~ 13 stitches x 7 rows in the pattern below

    Abbreviations: (US terms)

    Row 1: Ch multiple of 6 + 1, 2dc in 4th ch from hook, sk next 2 ch, sc in next ch, *skip next 2 ch, 4dc in next ch, skip next 2 ch, sc in next ch, repeat from * across, turn
    Row 2: Ch 3, 2dc in first st, skip next 2 st, *sc between 2nd and 3rd dc of previous cluster of 4 dc, skip next 2 st, 4dc in next sc from previous row, skip next 2 st, repeat from * across, sc in between last st and beginning ch from previous row
    Repeat Row 2


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