7.01.2013

::Candy Stick Blanket Crochet Pattern::

Introducing the...

CANDY STICK BLANKET!!

Can you say, "Color options?" Anyone who knows me, knows that COLOR is one of my favorite design tools. I simply love playing with color! 


And this blanket does not disappoint. Isn't the ombre effect pretty nifty? 

But take a peek at some of these color schemes from my testers...


Made by Tammy!! Love the neon framed in black!


Made by Q of QCreated.

I know not everyone is quite as color-daring as I am, or is simply drawn to more muted tones. So, when I can create something that allows you to make it in colors that match your decor or suit your style, (or bust your stash), that's a very good thing.


The pattern includes lots of pictures and explanations for getting through tricky spots. It also includes instructions for making a blanket of any size!

Wow! Try scrolling the above picture up and down fast. A little trick for the eyes. Ok. Sorry. I get distracted easily.

You can find the pattern...
...on Etsy.
...on Ravelry.
...on Craftsy.

By the way, I've got a guest post today about how I use colors in my designs over at CrochetHappy. Please go take a little looksy.  

{On the Board} -- I'm going to stand outside. If anyone asks, tell them I'm OUTSTANDING!

I'll be linking up with my party folks. Join in the fun!

11 comments:

  1. What an amazing pattern! Thank you for posting and for the pattern links! :)
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    Lee Ann H
    Posted with Blackberry Z10!
    Crochet...Gotta Love It! Blog

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  2. Lovely pattern. Enjoyed reading your guest post too!

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  3. Ingenious pattern design and lovely colours. Love it!

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  4. This is so beautiful! I saw it on Hookin on hump day.
    Julie from julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

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  5. Really really nice design!!

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  6. Çok güzel, renklerin uyumu çok harika olmuş. Ayla-İzmir

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  7. Thanks, all for the kind words! I really appreciate it!

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  8. Gorgeous! I would love to be tester! Your work is amazing!

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  9. Beautiful - how does one go about being a tester. Would love to be one in South Africa, using the yarn that is available here.
    Regards
    Carol

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    1. Carol,
      I call for testers on my Facebook page at facebook.com/feltedbutton. I typically select two or three and would love to have you test in the future. It would be fun to see the yarns, too!

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