The Lucky Legacy Blanket

I am so excited to share with you our next Legacy Blanket Pattern!

The Lucky Legacy Blanket.

Since all of us are cooped up inside trying to keep some type of normalcy, maybe this can help with the stash busting we have all been talking about.

What’s great about this pattern?

It is designed using the same C2C square throughout the entire blanket. The way you lay out the squares will create the pattern.

AND

You can use ANY white and green medium weight yarn you already have in your stash!

So….let’s get started!

Materials:

For this blanket I used Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek Yarn

(4) White (5 oz – 232 yds ea)

(2) Green Multi (4 oz – 186 yds ea)

BUT – use whatever white or green (size 4/ medium weight) yarn you already have on your stash.

Size J (6 mm) Crochet Hook
(or whatever you need to obtain gauge)

Tapestry Needle

Scissors

Blanket Size:

Approximately 37” square

Pattern:

You will be creating a total of (36) identical squares. The videos below will show you how to begin the square, how to decrease to finish the squares and how I connected the squares using an easy method so there is not a lot of counting stitches.

Video 1:

How to begin your C2C square:

Video 2:

How to finish your C2C square:

Video 3:

How to connect your squares:

Once you have made all 36 squares, you will lay them out to create a pattern that looks just like this:

Lucky Legacy Blanket

Once all of your squares have been connected, take time to weave in any remaining ends you have left.

To create your border: 

With white yarn, HDC around entire edge of blanket, increasing in each corner (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc).

Finish off and weave in remaining ends.

If you make the blanket, let us know! Tag us in your photos on social media using the hashtag #legacyblanket.

Stay healthy, friends!

**You are more than welcome to make and sell items from my patterns, but please make sure to link back to my page. Please don’t copy and paste this pattern and claim it as your own. You may share photos of your finished blankets, but please do not share photos from my patterns and claim them as your own**

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