Crochet Pattern: Mile A Minute Shell Blanket

By Rachel Choi – 4 Comments
There’s a new pattern in the Crochet Spot Store! This mile a minute styled blanket is crocheted in several long, skinny strips that are then sewn together. Mile a minute blankets allow for you to crochet strips of the blanket one at a time without having to carry around an entire blanket, which is great if you are crocheting away from home or during the warmer weather months. Each strip is filled with shell stitches, and the ends of the strip are nicely curved to create a scalloped edge on the finished blanket.

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  1. shelby says:

    Oh, that’s so pretty! I love the colors!

  2. Kristina F says:

    I agree, and with those colors I can imagine that the gray done in a shimmery cotton or silk would look quite interesting. Similar to a carpet that is mostly cotton with some silk accents.

  3. Lil Conner says:

    I just finished a lapghan in a slightly different pattern. My panels are pointed an the panel edging is 3DC shells. Not too much of a learning curve.

  4. Lil Conner says:

    PS…I like Rachel’s better!

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