Crochet Kit - Elmore Blanket

SKU: B71034

Simple doesn’t have to be boring, especially when you make the Elmore Blanket. This Tunisian crochet stunner has a simple stitch body with a built-in honeycomb stitch border. Worked up in silky 100% bamboo yarn, this beautiful unisex blanket will surely help you win the baby shower.
    Pattern Designer Information
    Toni Lipsey- TL Yarn Crafts After I've had my morning coffee (at least 2 cups), I spend every possible moment creating new crochet designs, teaching the craft, and connecting with all the makers I possibly can. My favorite things are meeting my Insta-friends in real life, smiling with all my teeth, and adding to my craft stash with frequent trips to my local yarn stores. I share this craft life with my Hubs of 7 years and my feline fur babies Peanut Butter and Sheba.
    Skill Level
    Level 1 - Beginner
    Project Type
    Blanket
    Yarn Used
    Truboo - 837
    Pattern Gauge
    4” = 17 stsx 15 rows in Tss pattern, unblocked
    Pattern Size Options
    One Size
    Pattern Yarn Weight
    3 Light
    Dimensions Detail
    36” wide x 36” long after light steam blocking
    Pattern Corrections
    No
    Pattern Craft
    Crochet
    Made For
    Gift, Home

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    Sheila Netti
    Beautiful yarn but with a bit of splitting

    The yarn is gorgeous. I bought marigold and the color was better than I expected. The luxurious feel is worth it. The yarn splitting happens quite frequently with bamboo yarn. I am using a larger hook as well as crocheting slower which reduces the splitting.

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    Sheila Netti
    Beautiful yarn but with a bit of splitting

    The yarn is gorgeous. I bought marigold and the color was better than I expected. The luxurious feel is worth it. The yarn splitting happens quite frequently with bamboo yarn. I am using a larger hook as well as crocheting slower which reduces the splitting.