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Victorian Lattice Square Project Ideas

The Victorian Lattice is a classic, airy pattern. It is very versatile, and yet possesses a timeless beauty that it imparts onto the projects you use it in.

Despite the lacy interior, the square has very crisp edges. Assuredly, this makes larger projects with well-fitting blocks a snap. The Victorian Lattice Square pattern will definitely allow you to make a stunning blanket or pillow with minimum effort. With this simple but undeniably extraordinary square you will create an elegant lattice texture with many possibilities for your own creations. To this end, let’s see some of the best project making use of this pattern.

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Victorian Lattice Square in Mixed Colors

As you can seen, this is pattern is in a class by itself as is. However, you can easily try to mix colors to get surprisingly different effects on you blanket. Truly, versatility is the watchword.

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Victorian Lattice Square in Violet

Occasionally, a pattern or its adaptation really stands out from the rest. In brief,  such is this embodimentof the Victorian Lattice Square. In truth, the beautiful shades of violet and gentle grays demonstrate the huge versatility and delicate beauty of this wonderful pattern.

Skills: Easy     Designer Destany Wymore

Victorian Lattice Square

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Victorian Lattice Blanket in White 

Rich, vibrant hues have their place, but for that serene, classic style, a plain white Victorian lattice square is just the thing. Consequently, the timeless beauty of this pattern will be the highlight of the room it’s in. All things considered, it may even one day become a family heirloom.

Skills: Easy     Designer Destany Wymore

Victorian Lattice Blanket in White

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Victorian Lattice Blanket in Yellow

Yellow and grey are very fashionable this autumn. Therefore, if you follow this color suggestion, you can easily align your projects with fashion trends. Given this, you will also be able to buy additional decorations to your interior in perfectly matching hues.

Skills: Easy     Designer:  Destany Wymore

The full article about this pattern is here:

Victorian Lattice Square    

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Victorian Lattice Blanket

Although you may think that a victorian lattice square is limited, here is an idea that demonstrates it’s versatility. Indeed, the beautiful white border offsets the colored squares so nicely.

Skills: Easy     Designer:  Destany Wymore

 Victorian Lattice SquareThe full article about this pattern is here:

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Victorian Lattice Baby Blanket

Of course, you can also make such projects in miniature and here us a baby blanket along those lines. Overall, I adore the simplicity of the design coupled with very intricate looking patterns of voids.

Skills: Easy     Designer:  Destany Wymore

Victorian Lattice Baby Blanket

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Victorian Lattice Square    

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9 comments

Christine Brockman 17 March 2020 at 4:18 pm

This is such a beautiful pattern and so easy to follow. Thank you for sharing

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Valerie 25 March 2020 at 12:32 pm

What a lovely design, I’ve started in burgundy, mink & cream. I’m going to make a king size blanket while isolated. Thank you so much for the inspiration.

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Dianne Comber 3 April 2020 at 5:17 am

Awesome, thankyou so much, new to crochet.

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Debbie 17 June 2020 at 1:07 am

I’ve looked on several sites to find how to sew together. Haven’t found any? Can you tell me how to sew together? Thanks

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Louise walsh 25 April 2021 at 12:29 pm

hi there I need to know what pattern you used for the border and what colour

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Kimberly A. Cook 10 September 2020 at 3:50 am

i like it

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susana rodriguez 30 September 2020 at 5:24 pm

muy lindas ideas

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Paula Sibert 30 September 2020 at 6:46 pm

Elegant

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Wanda Herron 19 July 2021 at 7:16 pm

Lovely! Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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