Two pictures of a crocheted Catherine's Wheel Stitch blanket and a cup of coffee.

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Squares from wheels, what will they think of next?

So, the this unusual method gives the Catherine’s wheel stitch blanket a unique and very interesting texture, with a raised weal in the middle of each segment. While perhaps it’s a little more involved than some other types of crocheting, this is nevertheless still an easy stitch that can be attempted by pretty much anyone. Moreover, it’s also a a great way to showcase colors, by making it dazzling or subdued within a single palette. Regardless, this is definitely a stitch you will want to explore.

Greenway Blanket

This beautiful Catherine’s wheel stitch blanket is a true panoply of colors. However, the gradient of hues passing through the shades on a diagonal gives this blanket an almost C2C appearance. Wonderful!

Greenway Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Greenway Blanket, more info here.

Catherine’s Wheel Waves

However, this next Catherine’s wheel stitch blanket is a totally different approach and shows off that this stitch is not a one trick pony, and that it can be used in a great variety of projects.

Catherine's Wheel Waves

The full article about this pattern is here:

 Catherine’s Wheel Waves



More info about project photographed made by Crown Point Crochet here.

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