So, if you’re seeking for a wonderful source of inspiration, shell-stitched or shell-inspired items are a terrific place to start. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of shell blanket ideas to help you incorporate this lovely motif into your crocheting. They’re lovely and lively, and they’re also fitting for the season.
After all, who doesn’t like strolling down the beach and collecting seashells? As a result, we’ve compiled a modest collection of shell-stitched blankets that will be ideal for working on while on vacation. Whether you want to use them as a throw, blanket, or baby blanket, they will be enjoyable, satisfying, and healthy crafts.
Rainbow Beautiful Shells Blanket
Because it’s dripping with sweetness, this luscious rainbow blanket will delight even the pickiest newborns! Wendi used a variety of Stylecraft Special yarn colors to create this lovely blanket, so save this palette to your collection if you like it. It’s possible that you’ll utilize it in your future project!
Pink Shells Free Pattern Blanket
Have you attempted to make a shell blanket before? If you haven’t tried it yet, you should! This wonderful blankie will be perfect for soothing your newborn while strolling with him in the pram! This project may be made in whatever combination you wish!
Designed by Lahoma Jayne Nally | Photo by julmurph | Ravelry
Deluxe Baby Pink Blanket
If you decide for an ombre effect, you’ll definitely end up with a one-of-a-kind blanket, like the one shown below by kaptijnhandmade! It’s constructed of 100 percent soft cotton and comes in a rainbow of color choices. It’s a terrific pattern that, once you get the hang of it, makes a great baby shower present!
free pattern on Hobii.com
Beautiful Shells Blanket by Lahoma Jayne Nally
This is a beautiful and popular pattern that has been developed and rewritten by many people over the years. In this rewrite, I have utilized all American English crochet vocabulary, employing “modules” of stitches to make the pattern structure simpler to follow. Once you get the hang of it, this is a very fun and simple pattern that works up fast to create a really nice present for a baby or just about anybody… Who doesn’t like a warm, snuggly blanket crocheted by hand?
Free on Ravelry
Shells Squared Blanket
You may add additional colors by repeating the pattern and producing little squares instead of constructing one large square blanket. It will result in an exquisite and colorful blanket with a theme that resembles a flourish. Below the photographs are links to helpful information on how to build and connect squares. You’ll also learn about the edging that was employed.
Design by Lahoma Jayne Nally | Ravelry