The crochet has been modernized every day and is no longer a pastime for the elderly, but also reaching more and more people of all ages.
The Block a Week 2014 crochet bedspreads will surely make you think of a more handcrafted quilt or blanket style and even your grandmother spend hours with a crochet in her hand, increasing and increasing as hours go by.Whether in bed or on the couch, in winter we always want to be under warm blankets.
Crochet bedspreads, in addition to super comfortable and warm, still bring a lot of style to your home decor.
Be up the bed, finishing the coverage of the sheets and duvets, or the sofa, accompanied by cushions to leave the space super cozy.
TIPS OF LINES AND HOOKS
Hooks 3.5 mm (E)
① Elle Premier Natural Cotton Double Knit
② Elle Premier Natural Cotton Double Knit
③ Elle Premier Natural Cotton Double Knit
The Week Crochet Quilt is one of those that never goes out of style, because the craftsmanship is always renewed in its combinations, points and utilities, entering very well in new and modern styles.
After all, they are doubly useful: to warm us up and make the house more stylish and cozy.
18.5cm Smaller Blocks / 40cm Large Block
That’s why today we brought a post with only the most interesting crochet Week CAL quilts, for almost all styles, from the most rustic to those who like a more modern tone.
The center of this pattern you find here (The Enchanted Garden Tote) this step by step you find in ravelry.
Follow the 2 patterns for the confection of this Crochet Patterns Block a Week CAL 2014 – (The Enchanted Garden Tote) For those who already know how to crochet, it’s time to lose the fear of bigger projects and start using this craft to decorate your home!
For those of you who are completely new to the game, we’ve separated some tips to get you started on how to choose your graphic, line, needle and quilt type, of course, from our traditional photo gallery with many different designs – some with graphics and tutorials.
Take advantage to know our popular articles on crocheted carpets, crochet curtains and crochet sousplat. The pattern found was made by photos above © SharonBlignaut.