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Dream Catcher | Crochet Blanket/Throw for Baby Boys Girls Adult

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Dream Catcher

On a wonderful and cool night or day, feel warmth and love when you wrap your special little boy in this stylish Dream Catcher Blanket! Give your boy a soft snuggly hug with this very first piece from the boy’s collection. As he falls into a gentle slumber, may his bad dreams get tangled in the blanket’s intricate basket-weave design, and his good dreams softly slip through. While promising a peaceful bedtime, this blanket’s versatility allows it to make a stylish, fashion-forward addition to your nursery or home décor.

Crochet with gorgeous merino wool yarn for cold days, or use any yarn weights for other seasons and occasions. Make an equally stunning blanket in colors of your choice! Because the blanket size is so easily adjusted, make it a baby blankie, a king-size comforter, bedspread or a stylish scarf for yourself by working first 23-33 rows of stitch pattern. Experiment with two different designs of border stitch patterns – as in the featured white blanket – and easily apply them to any custom-sized pieces without any adjustments and recalculating. Even more, work only first 6 rounds of white blanket’s border to get a third option of different looking and fun border!

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03-intermediate

FINISHED MEASURENENTS
Option 1 (blue): 47″ (120 cm) x 53″ (135 cm) without tassels
Option 2 (white): 41” (104 cm) x 49” (125 cm)

YARN
Worsted weight (#4 Medium).
Option 1: Cascade Yarns Pacific (60% acrylic, 40% superwash merino wool; 213 yd [195 m]/3.5 oz [100 g]): 12 skeins of #20 baby blue.

Sport weight (#2 Fine).
Option 2: Omega Isuela (100% mercerized cotton; 295 yd [270 m]/3.52 oz [100 g]): 9 skeins of #51 white.

NOTIONS
•  1 spool (10 yd [9.5 m]) of 3/8″ (1 cm) wide printed ribbon (shown: Celebrate it, item #107045)
•  4 stitch markers
•  4” (10 cm) long piece of cardboard
•  Sewing needle and coordinating thread
•  Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

* This pattern involves crochet skills only.

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16 pages, 2 pictures, 3 diagrams, schematic, glossary, techniques, conversion charts, yarn care symbols and yarn substitution charts.

Dream Catcher Pages

 

Copyright: All graphics, template and photos are copyrighted. All rights reserved. Please be respectful of the designer’s rights to this pattern.
No portion of this work may be photocopied or reproduced by any means without written authorization from Alla Koval Designs.
Unauthorized distribution or duplication is a violation of applicable laws.
You are more than welcome to sell items made from AllaKovalDesigns™ patterns. Credit to the designer is greatly appreciated (example: pattern is designed by
www.AllaKovalDesigns.com) but not required.

 

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Hat & Cowl 2 in 1 pattern is coming tomorrow!

 

This pattern is available in my Shop, Etsy, Raverly, DaWanda and YCMT.

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27 Responses to Dream Catcher | Crochet Blanket/Throw for Baby Boys Girls Adult

  1. 1
    Judy orrego says:

    Awesome designs ;)

  2. 2
    becky says:

    So love this

  3. 3
    Alla says:

    Thank you so much my dear!!

  4. 4
    Loraine says:

    I’m in awe at your creativity. Just outstanding!

  5. 5
    May says:

    You are truly a talented designer!!!

  6. 6
    Nadine Farmer says:

    We are expecting a new granddaughter and this would be precious

  7. 7
    Tracy says:

    The ribbon woven into the openwork adds a beautiful dimension to this blanket.

  8. 8
    Ayesha says:

    So beautiful xxx i need to make more blankets ^_^

  9. 9
    Charie R. says:

    This blanket is just gorgeous! Thanks for the pattern!

  10. 10
    sherri says:

    yes i would love the free pattern to your baby blanket cake seem to find where i downloaded it please and thank you

    • Alla says:

      Sherri,

      thank you for your interest. This pattern was available for free download only one week. Now it’s back to paid pattern. Sorry.

      Alla

  11. 11
    Adelaide says:

    Tanks for the free patern.
    I made one for a little prince.

  12. 12
    Carol says:

    Beautiful blanket for any baby. :) Thank you so much.

  13. 13
    Rosetta says:

    Hi, love this baby blanket, I’m a visual crocheter, I don’t know how to fallow a pattern, any way that you can give me a graphic print out? and how much would that be?
    Thank You so so much
    Best regards
    Rosetta

    • Alla says:

      Hi Rosetta,

      thank you so much for your interest. All my patterns are including stitch diagrams for visual crocheters as well as written instructions. But I am not sure what you mean graphic print?

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    Gillian Gordon says:

    Hi, I’m trying to make your dream at her for my future grandson. I have translated some of it into UK stitching but am still getting problems with the horizontal puff stitch. Do you have a video by any chance of the stitches?

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    Gillian Gordon says:

    I just don’t seem to be able to get it right, the change to UK from US must be the problem can anyone help please, the stitches in row 5 are just not working out right. I have undone it so may times trying something slightly different in case my understanding is wrong

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    Carol says:

    I have reworked Row 5 over and over and just can’t seem to follow. My horizontal puff stitches are not placed over the correct gaps from Row 4. Am I supposed to be chaining 1 after completing the puff stitch? And is there supposed to be a dc on both sides of the group of 3 puff stitches? Am I looping around the wrong dc to make the puff per chance? Ugh! I need this blanket by next weekend and know once I get it down I’ll be fine

    • Carol says:

      Thanks! I finally figured out Row 5 but now can’t seem to figure out the back loop horizontal puff stitch in Round 3 of the border.

  17. 17
    Valerie Bridgers says:

    Please advise where I can find the pattern for the blue dream catcher crocheted blanket. Love the details

    Thank you!

  18. 18
    sharon says:

    It says that this dreamcatcher blanket is free for weekend, but for some reason i cannot get the pattern. it is very beautiful…could you please send me pattern per email..tysvvm

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    Donna Mahony says:

    I HAVE EMAILED YOU TWICE WITHOUT A REPLY. I GUESS HOW YOU HAVE MY MONEY YOU DON’T CARE. AS IN MY EMAILS AND OTHER COMMENTS ABOVE YOUR INSTRUCTION ARE NOT CLEAR FOR ROW 5- GRAFT SHOWES A CHAIN BETWEEN PUFF STITCHES BUT YOUR WRITTEN INST DOES NOT, SENCE YOU DO NOT ANSWER MY EMAILS i WANTED TO WARN OTHERS YOU ONLY WANT THE MONEY AND DON’T CARE ABOUT HELPING

    • Alla says:

      Hi Donna,

      Oh my, I replied you as soon as was able (please see a copy of my email below) and explained the delay with response.

      Please let me know if you may have any other questions.

      Sincerely,
      Alla
      ________
      From: Alla Koval [mailto:allakoval@gmail.com]
      Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2017 8:32 AM
      To: ‘Donna Mahony’
      Subject: RE: dream catcher pattern1 space

      Hi Donna,

      My apologies for the delay with response, unfortunately I spent last 5 days with 101.84-103.64 fever and was not able even check emails … 

      I don’t have a video, but please watch this one of Horizontal Puff Stitch, which is crocheted a bit different, but I like how this stitch explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLSdnPQkfc8

      And now what a difference between stitch in video and mine. I crocheted my horizontal stitch around 2 dc and without ch 2 before making horizontal puff. Please take a look at first puff st in Row 5 : Dc in next dc of Row 4, then you work partial dc in next ch-1 sp of Row 4: yarn over, insert hook into next ch-1 sp and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through 2 loops, and now you work horizontal puff st over first dc and next partial dc: (yarn over, insert hook from front to back under posts of previous dc and current stitch and pull up a loop) 2 (3, 4) times, yarn over and pull through all 6 (8, 10) loops on hook.

      Please let me know if you may have any questions. I’ll be in touch.

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    Smith Mary says:

    I bought this pattern on Raverly but its not showing up.
    I really want to make this, can something be done.
    Thanks
    Mary

    • Alla says:

      Hi Mary,

      Thank you so much for letting me know. I just emailed your pattern. Please let me know if you may have any questions!

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