Crochet Blanket Pattern pdf: Star Burst blanket - granny square, child size, adjustable sizing, crochet pattern

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A mid-size blanket from the “Eventually Granny Square” series, this design was inspired by stars. The idea for the colours came from a Minute Physics video about how we see stars.

Estimated yardage for a 63" square finished size: 3125 yards

The pattern includes specific instructions (including individual yardage estimates for each colour) to make a blanket that is approximately 63” square. It also includes instructions for how to alter the pattern to fit the size of blanket you’d like to end up with.

Gauge in the pattern as written: a 4-round granny square = 4.5”


Not up for making this yourself? The pattern sample is for sale here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/223751052/starburst-rainbow-blanket-63-inches

More blanket patterns: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/fantasticmio?section_id=16797006


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I can customize any of the physical items in my shop: from colour, to size, and sometimes even the over-all design. Send me a convo and we'll figure it out!

All of my items that are made of yarn can be washed. Your best bet is to wash in cold water, and can be dried in a dryer, but one should be careful not to over-dry the item. The yarns used dry very quickly, and you want to remove the item from the dryer before it is completely dry, allowing it to air dry the rest of the way. Usually 5-10 minutes is sufficient.

Yes! My preference would be to be credited in the listing as the designer (Becky Simmons and/or fantasticmio.com), but please do what makes sense for your shop.

I can customize any of the physical items in my shop: from colour, to size, and sometimes even the over-all design. Send me a convo and we'll figure it out!

All of my items that are made of yarn can be washed. Your best bet is to wash in cold water, and can be dried in a dryer, but one should be careful not to over-dry the item. The yarns used dry very quickly, and you want to remove the item from the dryer before it is completely dry, allowing it to air dry the rest of the way. Usually 5-10 minutes is sufficient.

Yes! My preference would be to be credited in the listing as the designer (Becky Simmons and/or fantasticmio.com), but please do what makes sense for your shop.



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