Inside: This stunning geometric Marguerite crochet blanket pattern has been a huge hit. You’ll enjoy making it as much as you’ll enjoy snuggling up in it!
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Marguerite Crochet Blanket
If you love geometric designs you’ll love this crochet blanket. It’s bold and striking and will look amazing on your couch!
You’ll need about 3500 meters of DK yarn to make the blanket. The one in the photograph was made with 15 skeins of Madelinetosh DK Twist and 2 balls of Cascade 220 Superwash.
You’ll also need a 5.5mm and 4.5mm crochet hook, a tapestry needle and some scissors.
This is an intermediate-level pattern because it uses tapestry crochet and join as you go techniques.
The pattern is a 16 page PDF which you can download immediately. It is written using US crochet terminology.
It has step-by-step photographs to help you through the tricky steps as well as a coloring sheet so you can plan out your colors.
You can download the pattern here.
Check out these completed projects from Ravelry
I’m not the only fan of the Marguerite crochet blanket. Take a look at these completed projects from some other crocheters over on Ravelry.
GrannySnuggle made her blanket in about 5 weeks as a gift for her partner.
She used Stylecraft Special Double Knit in 14 colors.
She thought that the pattern was well written and appreciated the photos to help her with the tricky bits.
She doesn’t usually like sewing but didn’t mind putting this blanket together at the end of each phase.
She loved making it so much she wants to plan a color scheme for a second blanket!
Snowfingan’s cat loves the Margurite blanket as much as she does!
She used Stylecraft Special Double Knit and I love the splashes of orange to offset the blue.
She loved the pattern so much she made two, and the cat loved them so much she wanted to snuggle up before the blanket was even stitched together!
You can even use this pattern as a stash buster for leftover yarn!
Mama David used leftover Hayfield Bonus Spirit DK in all sorts of colorways and stash acrylic DK.
She found working on every stage of the pattern very satisfying!
If you love the motifs on the Marguerite, but don’t have time to make a whole blanket why not do what Laramiloop did and make a tote bag instead! So clever!