Although is hot outside, cooler weather will soon prevail.
So, it’s definitely good to start making denser, warmer blankets . Thus, here are some moss stitch and blanket ideas. To summarize, these exhibit a solid texture and resemble a knitted fabric. Thus, with this relatively simple technique, you can achieve some pretty amazing effects, without going to a lot of effort of matching various stitches. Indeed, you can concentrate on the colors and patterning of the surface, without troubling yourself with the texture. After all, the moss stitch takes care of that. The resulting blankets will be dense, luxuriant and consequently absolutely perfect for wrapping up in on a cold evening.
Hydroponic Moss Stitch
This project uses the Madelinetosh yarn in Hydroponic colorway and an Antler colorway border. Should you add the border on just 2 edges, you’ll give it a super modern look.
The project was based on Moss Stitch in a Square Blanket; full article about this pattern is on www.repeatcrafterme.com blog:
More info about Hydroponic Moss Stitch blanket project on Ravelry.
Mossy Miter Blanket
Here is another moss stitch project idea. As mentioned, it’s based on the Moss Stitch worked into a in a Square Blanket pattern by Sarah Zimmerman. The geometric illusion is super well conceived, and will undoubtedly draw in many an unwary eye. To summarize, the project uses Bernart pop yarn in ebony and ivory colorways.
Fall Colors Moss Stitch Blanket
Lastly, how about a fall-colored blanket? Of course, it’s great. You simply combine three things: the moss stitch, an off-white background and earth tone infill. Truly, it’s a fitting and beautiful piece for autumn.
The full article about this pattern is on daisyfarmcrafts.com blog:
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