Pulled Taffy Blanket Free Pattern

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Who doesn’t love pulled taffy candy, a childhood memory for so many of us? Well. Here are some blankets that are inspired by this trip down memory lane. While this blanket is designed to be a baby blanket, it can easily be adjusted up to any size needed. Moreover, the rich, variegated texture will be pleasant to hold in your hand, but it will be a veritable panoply of textures for your baby to explore and play with. More than that, this is a relatively easy pattern that works up quickly and allows you to make adjustments in terms of the colors you use. Crochet this for a bit of childhood nostalgia.The link to the pattern under the photos. 

Skills: Easy to Intermediate  Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Solids   Designer Marly Bird

Pulled Taffy Blanket Free Pattern
Photos: Red Heart / Twiggy3434

Pulled Taffy Blanket Free Pattern

Pulled Taffy Blanket Free Crochet Pattern



Get the pattern here:

Pulled Taffy Blanket


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      1. Go to red heart yarns and search there That’s where I found it

  1. He pedido que todo me lo manden en español ya que no se otro idioma y no me han echo caso voy A tener que desistalar la app

    1. So sorry, we don’t speak Spanish.

    2. use Spanishdict es muy bueno para traducir este patron.

  2. Love this!! Thanks for the pattern

  3. This is the blanket my husband’s grandmother taught me to crochet with. I still love making it.

  4. Where can I find this pattern, it’s beautiful.

    1. the link to the pattern is down of the website

  5. Where can I get some help with the pattern instructions.

    1. You can join and ask in our Facebook group.

  6. Cynthia Forness says:

    Why did you make it so hand to find?
    Tried over & over still have not found it!
    Try to tell me a simple way to find it.
    wed1968@ rocketmail.com
    70years old a hate going grim link to link.
    Really want to do this tardy blanket.
    Please help me.

    1. Hi, thank you for your comment. A link to the free pattern is under the NAME of the pattern at the end of the post or there is a name of a pattern + visit a PATTERN SITE”

  7. Marsha Williams says:

    Love this pattern making it now will let you know how it’s going

  8. Sheila Dorothy Smith says:

    Beautiful blanket x

  9. Julie+evans says:

    I’m Welsh so I’m a taffy that’s what Welsh people are called love the patterns on this blanket

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