Mini Rings of Change Free Crochet Pattern

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Mini Rings of Change is a round baby blanket (approx. 40″/101 cm if you use worsted weight and a J/6 mm hook) or a doily if you use thread and thinner hook. I love this pattern, because it gives you a lot of space for your own innovation and will look amazing no matter whether it is plain or very colorful. Don’t believe it? See the prettiest realizations of this pattern. The link to the pattern is below.

Skills: Easy to Intermediate  Designer: Frank O’Randle

Mini Rings of Change Free Crochet Pattern


Mini Rings of Change Free Crochet Pattern

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Mini Rings of Change Free Pattern

Mini Rings of Change Free Crochet Pattern

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  1. Would love to do this blanket but nothing happens when i hit the go to pattern?

    1. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by its name and click on it. (Optionally, it may said „the free crochet pattern is >here<").

  2. Nancy Barber says:

    Frank O’Randle- I am prepared to beg u for the remainder pattern for the rings of change pattern. I had no idea when I started that the full wasn’t there /0( soooooooo now I’m prepared to beg for the rest of the pattern because I’m making the for my terminally ill husband – please msg me – pm, dm, email me : Nancy Barber on FB I live in NY ——if I could include a photo I would – eek 😬

    1. Hi Nancy, you can find a link to a free pattern on a site (under the sentence: Mini Rings of Change Free Pattern) or go directly to Ravelry.

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