The word kaleidoscope is used to mean several things.
However, whether you mean a colorful layout of repeating geometric patterns or simply a panoply, you know that the project will be mesmerizing and brilliant. Therefore, if multi-colored, mind-expanding setups are your thing, a kaleidoscope-inspired crochet blanket is your best bet. In short, the following blanket patterns of color kaleidoscope blankets are legendary! Truly, these hypnotizing kaleidoscope will make your head spin (with delight :D)!
The Kaleidoscope Blanket
This pattern from the brilliant designer Catherine Bligh is simply iconic. In brief, its highly developed surface intricately interplays with the color selection. Thus, it’s the project you want if you need a chance to focus on your crocheting and color selection. Which version will you choose? The one below is undeniably perfect for spring!
Designer: Catherine Bligh
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Color Kaleidoscope Blanket
In contrast to the previous one, this blanket is an example of the panoply of colors, rather than a geometric layout. Although it looks a lot more abstract and intermixed, it achieves its effect through brilliant color transitions. Consequently, it will also be a great way to gently liven up a minimalistic, modern room.Designer: Joanne Loh