Diamond Lattice Crochet Blanket


Hi my colleagues, it’s great to meet you here at I Want Crochet. We didn’t show up for a few days, but that didn’t stop us from crocheting. How were the last few days out there? Did you get some practice? It’s so good to be able to do a few rounds every day, to understand well what we’re doing, each stitch. You may have noticed that the first round is always the hardest, but once you learn it, you don’t even have to go back to the pattern every time.

Feel proud, you dedicated yourself to get it done. Today we want to show you a beautiful blanket model, another wonderful item made of crochet, this technique is so versatile. Diamond Lattice is that amazing pattern, a design that looks really nice. It serves both to decorate the environment and to snuggle up on cooler days.

Yes, the blanket looks very nice as a decorative item and in various environments. The crochet blanket can be an excellent accessory option to protect furniture such as sofas, armchairs, children’s beds and cribs.

   See also this free pattern “Mary Weave Baby Blanket”

Depending on the blanket style, its use to cover a piece of furniture can be the perfect solution to highlight the piece by exploiting contrast.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Yarnspirations

Nothing like resting in a cozy and comfortable environment, right? Whether for use in the living room or bedroom, blankets keep us warm and help us relax. So it’s always good to have one within reach, especially on cold days. A well-made bed is always an invitation to a night of rest and warmth. It is through sleep that we will restore our energies for a new day of activities.

herefore, it is important that this piece of furniture, which is so important for the bedroom and personal well-being, is properly appropriated to receive us. Transform your home into a more charming and cozy environment with this elegant blanket.

Come learn Diamond Lattice with us, then don’t forget to come back here and tell us how it was. We’re sure this blanket will be a big hit out there.

   See also this free pattern “Mary Weave Baby Blanket”