Gently lay this sweet blanket over your sleepy little one, and she’ll certainly dream of lollies and cotton candy!
- Location: Qatar
- Pattern: Free pattern!
- Materials: Mostly Hobby Lobby “I love this yarn” – The white background is Lion Brand “Pound of Love, and I have mixed in some New Fashion DK as well – Size K 6.5mm hook
- Dimensions: 36×36″
- Construction: 9″ squares with a lacy join and simple lace border – love!
- Similar Pieces: Textured Circles
- Design Inspiration: Custom request of a bright, funky palette set off by creamy lace!
- Shop this Piece: Etsy!
Pretty, pretty pastels bring out the sweet nature of this design, which is why I decided to go with the lacy join instead of my usual flat braid (Instructions for both as well as a Celtic Lace join are linked in the free pattern listed in the Design Profile above).
Also featured above is my awesome Sew Ray Me hook and notions keeper – one of my many Sew Ray Me storage products! – I just love her makes. She is so talented at choosing fabrics and the results are so professional and sturdy. Love!
I let my eldest daughter choose the color order for a few of the squares! Hehe she’s obviously on to great things in life. 🙂
Folded up and ready to go! 🙂
5 thoughts on “Textured Circles No. 15”
Simply gorgeous, the colours are wonderful zingy but with a softness too. Love it.
Do you have a tutorial video? That would really help me! I love this pattern but I am a visual learner.
Hi there! Unfortunate I don’t have videos yet, but that is a priority! I’ll be attacking that monster in 2017 🙂
Hi! I completed your Celtic Lace Join and it is simply beautiful. I made a large 6″x 6″ daisy centered granny square and used your join. I absolutely love it. It is a thing of beauty. But I cannot for the life of me figure out what to do with the ch 5 loops that are left all the way around the afghan. I have scoured your links looking for the illusive border that is promised over and over again. I may be looking right at it and just am not seeing it. Can you supply me with a direct link to the instructions for a border? I’ve just about lost my mind trying to find it. (lol) Thank you for supplying the instructions for the join. It looks amazing. I’m just ready to finish it. You are very talented!