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Fluffy Clouds Baby Blanket - Crochet

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Author My Little Citygirl
Price $6.50
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by O. Romero
on December 7th, 2014

“Facilísimo de hacer, divertido y queda hermosa”

This fluffy dream of an afghan will float Baby’s cares away on a cloud. Puffy like a cloud, shells come together to create billows of heavenly softness. Fun to create your own and a perfect gift idea too!

Size: 33” x 33”

Skill level: easy

Yarn: Cascade Cotton Rich DK (64% cotton, 36% Nylon/ 50 gr (1.75 oz/135.6 yds)) - 12 skeins; Schachenmayr Catania (100% cotton/50 gr (1.75 oz)/135 yd) or Patons Grace (100% cotton/50 gr (1.75 oz)/136 yd) or ANY other cotton or blend yarn of similar yardage in light pink – 1 ball

* This pattern involves crochet skills ONLY.

7 pages; 5 pictures; 2 diagrams

This pattern has been edited by professional Tech Editor and tested by me. However, please contact me if you have ANY questions. I will happily provide email support for any of my patterns.


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by O. Romero
on December 7th, 2014

Facilísimo de hacer, divertido y queda hermosa

by R. temple
on November 29th, 2014

Luv this pattern. Carn't wait to see my daughters face when I give it to her for her first baby . Thanks so much.

by Kranz, Vicki
on July 11th, 2013

Very easy!

by Bloodworth, Virgie
on April 4th, 2013

Great pattern and easy to follow.

by C. Green
on January 5th, 2013

I love this pattern. I made one for my granddaughter to give her sister in law. When she saw it, she loved it. I had made a different one for her before her baby was born, but since she loved this one so much I am not making it for her too. It was an easy to follow pattern.

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