My new love! The Babouska Rose Blanket. I am making this blanket, and have documented some tips for maximized results, so I decided to write some pattern support.
- Second Babouska Rose piece (Includes free pattern for simple Picot Scallop Edging)
- Original Blanket pattern at Sewing Daisies blog
- Actual motif chart found on Pinterest
See my horrible phone screenshot of the motif chart below… I interpreted the little plus sign in the circle as “SC in the back bars of the stitch indicated.” (Notes: Not the stitch *post*, rather just the back bars. Also, I worked a slip stitch instead of an SC to eliminate extra bulk.)
Here is a square from the pattern, with my modifications that I documented below.
***Due to a high number of requests, I have re-organized my entire collection of free patterns! The bad news is, this pattern has been relocated to my crafter site…
37 thoughts on “Babouska Rose Blanket Tutorial”
So bright and colourful – love this design and the colours you’ve used! =D
Thank you! I’m trying to stay close to Heidi’s original blanket – I’m smitten! 🙂
n the first 2nd 3rd row how many stitches do u add for ea. pedal
According to the pattern, it’s 5 stitches in each petal for petal rounds 1 & 2, for petal round 3, it’s 7 stitches per petal. I didn’t modify it – came out great!
A beautiful blanket, I love it. Gorgeous jewel colours too.
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I wish I could read charts. Maybe one day soon I will figure them out.
Hace you learned to Read charts yet?
Could you pls explain the meaning of the sc stitches in circles and also those circled twice..
The chart isn’t mine actually! I don’t know what it means either, but I interpreted it as SC on the back side – where it won’t show.. Like a post stitch.. Good luck! 🙂
Thanks for the help… Your flowers look great !! 🙂
Rachel, Just wondering if you may have an update on my order. Thank you! Laurie Williams
Love it I’m crocheting the roses seperatly then sowing them on might be much faster doing it this way , my roses are smaller then these though, and I’m a beginner
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This is sooo lovely. A beautiful interpretation of a Crochet Granny Square…
Thank you so much! 🙂 You’re so kind!
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Do you have any sort of tutorial of how to do the small twist join? Currently making this blanket and real;ly like this join
It’s just a Flat Braid Join – I do have a tutorial on my site – search “Flat Braid Join” 🙂
Hi, I can’t stop admiring your beautiful rose crochet.However how do I read the crochet pattern from the chart.Will appreciate your help in this.
Hi there! The chart is not mine, but I suggest an Internet search on reaching crochet charts. There is a lot of info out there! Happy crafting! 🙂
I would like to add the leaves to the babouska rose and subsequently form the granny square. Pls help.Thx
Was wondering how to start the roses. I see above it says what to do starting on the 3rd row. Need to know how to get that far please. Thank you…
Hi there! All I know of is the chart, as this is not originally my pattern. One day if I get to it, I’ll write it out step-by-step! For now, it isn’t on the horizon, and the chart is all I have to offer. I know that isn’t much help! Sending positive crafterly vibes your way 🙂
Last time i looked, this was a paid pattern. So I was curious, is it now free for this gorgeous pattern?
i have to try again to recover files from old computer. I’ve had a crash and lost ALL data – including hundreds of patterns, some of which I had to buy.
I know I had bought this Babouska Rose – I fell in love with it the first time I saw it!
Hi there! Babouska Rose isn’t my pattern – and I’m not sure if the author has had it paid or free. Mine is just a mini tutorial of photos and the granny joining. But check the link for the original pattern author! It may have more info ❤️❤️
I would like the pattern for this rose afghan. I would also like your idea on working this pattern with the roses as a coat. Please respond.
How do you print the free patterns? I have nothing but problems in trying yo print a Grayy Rose Afgan pattern.