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Imagical Seasons. Crocheted Silverlace & Topicana Blankets Pattern

Silverlace Blanket P


Make the ultimate in fine lace for your child! Lace square motifs are worked in white sport weight yarn for the featured blanket; it will look equally stunning in colors of your choice. Rows of scallop edging add both style and depth, letting the piece drape beautifully any way it is worn. Trim it with soft green satin ribbon and matching ladybug accents, for a sweet spring touch.

IMAGINE THIS: Use the popcorn edging of the Tropicana Blanket for added texture. Opt for wool or mohair yarn to make a blanket suitable for colder weather. You can even add metallic or silvery threads to make this blanket the perfect holiday gift!


Skill Level

Finished Sizes

With Scallop Border: 41” (104 cm) square.
With Popcorn Border: 32” (81 cm) square.

Sport weight (#2 Fine).
Shown: Omega Trigo (100% cotton; 295 yd [270 m]/3.5 oz [100 g]): 5 balls of #201 white.

Note:  For Silverlace Blanket with Popcorn or Shell Borders you will need only 4 balls of yarn.

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Tropicana Blanket


Welcome the summer with the coolest beach blanket ever! Each Kristal motif is worked in layers of soothing color, and joined to contrasting motifs for visual interest. Watch the central flower pop out of each motif! Made with worsted-weight yarn and a size H/8 (5 mm) hook, the blanket is soft and comfortable yet sturdy enough for beach and outdoor use. Sure to be a summer favorite, it is finished with a lively popcorn border to protect the edges from fraying!

MAGINE THIS: Use the scallop edging of the Silverlace Blanket to add to the overall size and more sophisticated look.


Finished Sizes

With Popcorn Border: 45” (114 cm) square.
With Scallop Border: 55” (140 cm) square.


Worsted weight (#4 Medium).
Shown: Lily Sugar’n Cream Cotton (100% cotton; 200 yd [183 m]/4 oz [113 g]): 4 skeins each of #201712 hot green and #00010 yellow; 2 balls each of #01111 mod blue and #01223 mod green.

Note: For blanket with scallop border you will need 2 extra skeins of #201712 hot green.

* This pattern includes instructions for both: Silverlace and Tropicana blankets and involves crochet skills only.

19 pages, 4 pictures, 7 diagrams




Copyright: 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 My Little CityGirl. The purchaser of this pattern is granted permission to sell the finished product for profit on a limited basis. © 2012 Alla Koval Designs, Inc. http://mylittlecitygirl.com.


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22 Responses to Imagical Seasons. Crocheted Silverlace & Topicana Blankets Pattern

  1. 1
    Darsy says:

    I’ve been admiring these since the first time you posted a preview! I love what you’ve done.

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    Marsha says:

    Awesome as usual! Just absolutely beautiful!

  3. 3
    tat says:

    Always, beautiful work :-)

  4. 4
    becky says:

    love love love!!!

  5. 5
    May Zeki says:

    Awsome desings

  6. 6
    Gen says:

    It’s beautiful! So delicate.

  7. 7
    Ayesha says:

    Lovelyyy :)

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    Nancy says:

    Your designs inspired me to learn to crochet. This blanket is beautiful.

  9. 9
    Bredja says:

    They are so georgious!

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    Mary from Australia says:

    Gorgeous work as always!

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    Sandhya says:

    A very beautiful blanket.

  12. 12
    vinolin says:

    Very beautifule blanket.. I love them very much!!

  13. 13
    Brenda Jones says:

    Hi Anna love your newest design and am going to get it as soon as I finish another project I want to do. I was wondering if you might know of a pattern like this? It is in Russian but does not have a pattern. I am asking around the net to different designers to see if they can help me figure out what the stitch is. Any help would really be appreciated.



    • Alla says:

      Hi Brenda,

      Oh yes, I know that stitch (variety of puff st) and love it so much! I’m not sure I saw the pattern(s), but the photo tutorial (if scroll down that page) – pretty clear and detailed.

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    Alla says:

    Thank you so much dear Ladies!!

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    Sarah Jones says:

    Wow, wow, wow!!! This is indeed gorgeous!!

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    marisol plaza says:

    me podrian enviar el gráfico,es muy lindo ,gracias

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    debbie says:

    How do I find the pattern to purchase without having to scroll through every item on your website? I see no way to narrow down the options.

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    tracey says:

    I love the fact that you have put written instructions for those of us who do not understand diagrams as well,thank you

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