B&W knitted blankets.

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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

While color is pretty, B&W is an Art form.

Although colors can be stunning, black and white patterns have an elegant and subdued simplicity that makes them timeless and endearing. Undoubtedly, two-tone designs lend themselves very well to repeating, geometric motifs that highlight the interplay of light and dark and thrive on the contrast. Therefore, the motifs themselves can be as simple or intricate as the crocheter wants to make them, and serve to support the yin-yang relationship of the colors in a B&W blanket. As usual, a link to free patterns is included under the photos.

Modern Moss Stitch Blanket

So, you want a baby blanket in elegant, fashionable colors. In fact, you want a B & W blanket for the little one. To this point, we have this always elegant combo, in colors that have come back into style.Modern Moss Stitch Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Modern Moss Stitch

Nordic Stripes Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The Nordic stripes B&W blanket is a Scandinavian-inspired project that makes use of varying and alternating techniques to keep your eyes on the prize and provide a challenge that will build your skills, and a rewarding item at the end.

Skills: Easy   Designer : Red Heart Design Team

nordic stripes blanket

The full article about this pattern is on yarnspirations.com blog:

Nordic Stripes Blanket

The Mabel Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The Mabel Blanket is an alternate take on the B&W blanket motif, with the entire surface covered in evenly spaced point-on diamond shapes. You can just picture snuggling in it with your favorite cup of java, can’t you?

Skills:  Intermediate         Designer:Meghan BallmerMabel

The full tutorial about this pattern is on meghanmakesdo.com blog :

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