Mosaics, like toy blocks for adults.
So, Valentine’s is done, Easter is over and Christmas was so long ago we don’t even remember it. However, there’s always a need for an attractive pattern to crochet. In this case, why not consider the perennial, and infinitely variable mosaic blanket. After all, it’s a wonderful and fun way of building a stunning project using small simple blocks. However, if you think this is limited, just have a look at the following projects which will show you the true versatility of mosaics.
On The Spot Throw
To begin with, we have this mosaic blanket done in modified earth tones. Undobtedly, it would be a great center piece in a pale-colored room.
Woven In Time Blanket
This mosaic blanket combines various iterations of the rainbow one way and blue color gradients the other. Consequently, it’s a beautiful field of intermittent stripes that nevertheless have a wonderful continuity.
The full article about this pattern is here:
more info about project photographed here.
Lastly, the cascade blanket is probably the acme of geometric mosaic blankets. Although it looks highly complex, it actually makes use of relatively simple shapes and will be quite easy to make, but to great effect.