Chunky Blanket

Happy Monday readers!

I hope you’ve had a great weekend, it has been productive here! I have told you before about the Lottie and Albert vlog that I watch on Youtube. I’ve had my eyes for a while on her chunky rainbow blanket and I took advantage of a sale at one of our craft store to buy heaps of acrylic yarn for $2 each! Lindsey recommends 6 balls of yarn and I also got myself a 20mm crochet hook before happily starting my blanket!

I loved working on it, it was just super fast! This is a baby size blanket, but you could easily adjust it to make it bigger by starting with a longer chain. I’ve decided to make tassels instead of pompoms too, I love how they turned out.


How cute is it? This is definitely a good size for a baby blanket, but it may be a bit small otherwise, except maybe for a lap blanket (that’s what I’m using it for, as we don’t have a baby 😅)

As promised, here is a picture of the ornament I’ve made for my nana too, I think it turned out great! I had lots of fun making it, so it was a complete win in my books 😊


I hope you all have a great week and that your Christmas preparations are going smoothly too!





Filed under Crochet, Embroidery

14 responses to “Chunky Blanket

  1. That is such a cute ornament! I love the colours of your blanket, it looks so cosy!

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  2. Deb

    Iovely blanket! Chunky yarn is fun to crochet.

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  3. I have never used chunky yarn, but this looks like a nice project. The ornament is going to be a hit for sure! You had a very productive weekend!

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  4. Love the ornament! Nice stitching 😊

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  5. Oh your grandma is going to love that handmade ornament! And the chunky blanket throw is perfect for throwing in the car for trips. Sew much fun!!

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    • I think you’re right, she will love it 😊 actually that’s a great idea! I didn’t even think of it as a car blanket but it’s such an awesome idea! Thanks Tracy

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  6. claire93

    lovely ornament, and gorgeous blanket. I really love the bright turquoise & grey

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  7. jessicacrafts

    I absolutely love the tassels! They look so much nicer than his I imagine pompoms would look there. And having both colours mixed in works so well.

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    • Thanks Jess, I didn’t really like the idea of pompoms either, but I love the tassels too 😊 it was also a great way to use all the leftover yarn!


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