Imagine having a cozy blanket covered in beautiful cherry blossoms in your home. Well, you can make one with this free pattern by Danielle Miller! It’s called the “Cherry Blossom Blanket,” and you can find it on a website called Ravelry for free.
This pattern gives you all the instructions you need to make a blanket of any size you want. The special stitch used in this pattern is super versatile, which means you can use it for other cool projects too.
The original design is for a throw blanket that’s about 50 centimeters by 180 centimeters in size. But here’s the fun part: you can make it bigger or smaller depending on what you like, though you might need more or less yarn (wool) for that.
Now, a quick note: This beautiful design isn’t suitable for a baby’s crib blanket because it’s quite delicate. It’s also not recommended for kids under 3 years old.
But don’t worry if you get stuck while making it! There’s a helpful video you can watch on Vimeo. It even has captions in UK English for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
So, if you’re up for a crafty challenge and want a flowery blanket to snuggle in, give this pattern a try! It’s a fun way to bring a touch of spring into your home.