Emma Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

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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.

During autumn evenings, when the days are entirely gray, everyone looks for projects which are cozy and warm, but also colorful and reflect sunny summer weather.  Today, I would like to add a new project to the best blanket patterns collection, although this project will also be perfect as a baby blanket.

Emma Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The Emma Blanket consists of 49 Emma Squares designed by Dedri Uys; the finished blanket measures 46” x 46”. A link to the free pattern for Emma Square and all details needed to make Emma Blanket are below.

Skills: Easy         Designer: Dedri Uys – square, Hazel Raven – blanket

Emma Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

This pattern is based on Emma Square designed by Dedri Uys:

Emma Square Free Crochet Pattern

Emma’s Throw Free Crochet Pattern

Here is the next beautiful square very similar to the Emma Square. Emma’s Throw is a wonderful lacy textured square which allows you to create a remarkable blanket, pillow or bag. The finished square measures approximately 8 3/4″ x 8 3/4″ (22 x 22cm). A link to this amazing free pattern is under the photos.

Skills: Easy         Designer: Red Sparrow Crochet

Emma's Throw

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Emma’s Throw

More info about the projects:  Martin Up North.



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4 Comments

  1. Lydia Delao says:

    Where is the pattern???

    1. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by the name of the pattern and click on it.

    2. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by its name and click on it.

  2. Nancy J Stevenson says:

    Look closely under Pin it for later (and under go to the pattern) where it says Emma’s Throw & click on Emma’s Throw

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