A collection of crocheted dahlia blankets.

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Doubtless, a  Dahlia Blanket project is one of those versatile patterns which can be made in any colour set to match almost any interior or human taste. Of course, the pattern based on the spike stitch and it has a lot of colours and intriguing textures. Overall, this pattern is a marvellous example of how to gain an outstanding appearance based on the simplicity of the pattern. Indeed, there are few examples of patterns that combine looks and a lack of complication equally well to this one. However, they are also quite easy and fun to make.

Dahlia Blanket

To begin with, these fresh color combos are the closest to the archetype of the pattern based on the natural colors of growing dahlias. Without a doubt, this color combo will be perfect for children or anyone else, who likes vivid hues to reminisce about the summer and feels more energetic amongst a reddish palette.

Dahlia Blanket

The full article about this pattern is on attic24.typepad.com blog:

 Dahlia Blanket

More info about urbandabbler’s project on Ravelry.

Dahlia Blanket

Next, the Woodland colour pack from Stylecraft can be an inspiration for the creation similar color set. While the color pack allows one to introduce plenty of colors into the blanket, nevertheless the final effect is still elegant and toned.

dahlia blanket

The full article about this pattern is on attic24.typepad.com blog:

 Dahlia Blanket

More info about frank.and.rosie’s project on Instagram.

Spike Stitch Blanket

Lastly, the beautiful texture of the Dahlia Blanket pattern can give amazing results as a nursery blanket as well. Consequently, the spike stitch blurs the boundaries between colors and gives the additional effect of colors fading into each other.

Spike Stitch Blanket

The full article about this pattern is on attic24.typepad.com blog:

 Dahlia Blanket

More info about AmongGreenLeaves’s project on Ravelry.

Rainbow Dahlia

 

Rainbow Dahlia

The full article about this pattern is on attic24.typepad.com blog:

 Dahlia Blanket

More info about frank.and.rosie’s project on Ravelry.

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