Project Linus Blanket #31

Project Linus Blanket #31:

Project Linus Blanket #31 3-29-20 - Baby Elephant

“Baby Elephant”

I don’t know why, but this reminded me of a baby elephant so that’s why I chose this name. Maybe it’s because in the Disney cartoon “Dumbo” he had blue eyes and that’s what I think of when I hear the name Dumbo. Anyway…

This blanket comes from a downloadable book that can be found at Annie’s:

LapThrows for the Family

This was the Misty Morning lap throw.

I made this blanket because my sister is trying to crochet this same blanket, but is having some difficulties. She lives a few states away so it’s not like she can get help from me or my mom easily. I decided the best way to help her would be to record myself crocheting the blanket and giving tips while doing it. Obviously this is a copyrighted pattern, so I bought a copy of the booklet and the video I recorded will never be made public. However, it’s a resource that my sister can use whenever she has a moment to sit down and work on it.

Project Linus Blanket #31 - Detail

Front and back post crochet stitches can be tricky, and I think that’s what she was having the hardest time trying to make.

Other than the blanket I have also made a few hats.

Hats #5 thru #9.

Crocheted Hats 5-9

I made a few of the beanie style and two of the ribbed hats.

Crocheted Hat #5 & #9

Crocheted Hats #6-8

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2 Responses to Project Linus Blanket #31

  1. Jamie says:

    Oh, very nice! It’s super cool that you thought to crochet the same thing as your sister and make personalized help videos as you went! The blanket is beautiful. : )

    Congrats on getting more hats knocked out, too!

  2. Pingback: Vacation Crocheting | Kerry'd Away

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