35-Square Blanket – Nuts about Squares CAL [Free Crochet Pattern]


Nuts about Squares in a blanket made from 35 unique squares. What makes it so special? The squares for this blanket were designed by 11 designers. Contributing designers are Dedri UysHelen ShrimptonPolly PlumSigrun HugoeyMelissa GreenHeather GibbsJulie YeagerMargaret MacInnisSusan Stevens/Mellie BlossomAurora Suominen, and Tatsiana Kupryianchyk. Each square was carefully selected to fit the others in order to create this astounding blanket, afghan or bedspread. As you can see, you can use any hues you want to fit to your interiors. To see more designs: Link to the free pattern is below.
35-Square Blanket - Nuts about Squares CAL [Free Crochet Pattern]
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  1. Looks wonderful! I am keen to follow and get patterns. Been wanting to do exactly this type of blanket for some time.

  2. Saw bits and pieces of this pattern before. So thrilled to have it all in one pin now. Thanks! You designers are amazing!

  3. You might guess since nobody sees a link to the pattern that your link and your response to the question are inadequate. Can you make a large brightly colored link with a large brightly colored arrow pointing to it? Because I would like to make this blanket but can’t find the instructions.

  4. I have tried multiple times and still cannot get the pattern. Obviously I am missing something. Clicked ‘show more’…still no pattern.

    1. ..when you clicked “show more” please find “35-Square Blanket – Nuts about Squares CAL – Free Crochet Pattern is >>here<" at the end of the post.

    1. Link to the pattern is at the end of the post, but first there is ‘+” to click to show more and go to the second part of post.

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