Crochet Rose Baby Blanket, Weekend Snuggle Sweater, How to Make a Kitchen Towel Scarf ; Link Party 453

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At Wednesday Link Party 453 our features include the beautiful Crochet Rose Baby Blanket from @haekelfieber_austria, a lovely Weekend Snuggle Sweater (pattern review included) from @eyeloveknots and this great How to Make a Kitchen Towel Scarf Tutorial from @hellosewing1.

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Wednesday Link Party 453 Rose Baby Blanket, Snuggle Sweater, Kitchen Towel Scarf

This Week at Link Party 453 we feature projects from Häkelfieber Austria, EyeLoveKnots and Hello Sewing.

  1. Crochet Rose Baby Blanket | Häkelfieber Austria
  2. Weekend Snuggle Sweater Project | EyeLoveKnots
  3. How to Make a Kitchen Towel Scarf | Hello Sewing

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Wednesday Link Party 453 Crochet Rose Baby Blanket, Snuggle Sweater, Kitchen Towel Scarf

WLP453 Crochet Rose Baby Blanket

Crochet Rose Baby Blanket

This gorgeous crochet rose baby blanket is super soft and squishy! The finished blanket measures 80 cm in diameter when crocheted a 4.5 mm hook. The free pattern is in German and you can translate it using the "Translate" drop-down box option on the left-side of Sandra's blog page at Häkelfieber Austria.

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WLP453 Weekend Snuggle Sweater

Weekend Snuggle Sweater

This pretty Weekend Snuggle Sweater was crocheted by Abigail, and she has written a detailed pattern review for this project and shared it on EyeLoveKnots. The crochet pattern is available for free and linked in the post and the review is very helpful. Didn't the sweater turn out beautifully?

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WLP453 How to Make a Kitchen Towel Scarf

How to Make a Kitchen Towel Scarf

This is such a smart idea! Learn how to make a kitchen towel scarf, also called a Kitchen Boa, with the helpful step-by-step instructions, photo and video tutorials from Helen at Hello Sewing.

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How to Make a Kitchen Towel Scarf


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