My father just turned 96 this year, I thought a new blanket would make his day. This is a nice soft cozy blanket using mostly Caron simply soft yarn. Can’t wait to see his face when l give it to him. ❤
I call this blanket Lucky Stripes because I was lucky to receive a large container of beautiful yarn, just by chance. I was in the hospital get a procedure done and I was talking to the nurse about Project Linus and how much l like to make blankets. The nurse couldn’t believe her luck as she had been driving around for a few days with a Rubbermaid container full of yarn, and she wanted to find someone who could put the yarn to good use. I truly believe that things happen for a reason. 48×52
Nothing you do for a child is ever wasted. GARRISON KEILLOR
This is a very sweet cheerful spring inspired blanket that l just finished today. Cute popcorn stitch trim on a corner to corner rectangle blanket. l think a little girl should love. 43×50
There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place where colors are brighter, the air softer, and the morning more fragrant than ever again. ~Elizabeth Lawrence
Here is a cute snuggly warm blanket, for a small child. I find it hard to believe that it is just about two years, that l have been crocheting blankets for Project Linus . Time sure does fly when you are doing something that you are passionate about, I really enjoy making the blankets for children. 48×48
“A blanket that has arms to hold you when you are sad, now that’s what I call a comforter.”
― Jarod Kintz
I started this blanket a few months ago and put it down and got caught up doing other style blankets for Project Linus. I call this the “Magic Blanket” because I wasn’t happy with the colors, until I added the orange and magically I got the pop I was looking for. 50×50 .This is a solid granny square, you can find the free pattern, with excellent instructions at Fiber Flux .
We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today. ~Stacia Tauscher
Here is a “Rectangle Granny” that was very easy to make and large enough for a teenager. This is the largest blanket l have made for “Project Linus”. Thanks to the “Crochet Crowed“ for the inspiration and pattern video. 68×50
How beautiful is youth! How bright it gleams with its illusions, aspirations, dreams!
— Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Here is a cheerful “Skittles” inspired blanket for Project Linus. A heavy warm blanket to supply hugs to a child. 50×50 Happy Easter 🙂
There’s nothing that can help you understand your beliefs more than trying to explain them to an inquisitive child. ~Frank A. Clark
The greatest poem ever known Is one all poets have outgrown: The poetry, innate, untold, Of being only four years old. ~Christopher Morley, To a Child
Celebrate this year with new hope, new resolutions and new creativity. Try to find a new way to live a wonderful life. Wishing you a Happy New Year ! This is my first Project Linus blanket for 2015, wow how time fly’s! This “Little Boy Blue” blanket is another corner to corner blanket, that is 46×46 and is very soft.
I call this blanket the Berry Patch because it reminds me of the colours of summer berries, another corner to corner blanket trimmed with the picot stitch.
This blanket was created by my sister , who happens to be left handed. She completed the blanket in less then ten days.
I had a laugh trying to teach her the corner to corner pattern. Thank goodness for the internet, we found a left handed crochet pattern, demonstrating the pattern easily. Here is a link for right and left handed box stitch to make a corner to corner blanket. 46×46