Adapting Patterns with ColorEasy
A great way to make a pattern feel like new is to change the color scheme, giving the project a totally different look and feel!
Our favorite piece right now, the Hibernate Blanket, is crocheted using Bernat Blanket in shades of grey for a cozy, neutral look that is perfect for a living room or bedroom. It’s a gorgeous afghan, and would be perfect for a baby’s nursery in more traditional baby shades.
Taking the exact same pattern, we used Bernat Baby Blanket yarn in Vanilla, Baby Sand, and Baby Yellow to make the Hibernate Blanket for a baby’s room! Muted yellows and brown are used to create a soft, and calming color palette, excellent for baby blankets.
Guest PostFor those patiently waiting, you will be glad to know that Mikey’s first professional afghan pattern is now ready for you to enjoy.
Crochet AlongIn 2013, we had a campaign simply called the Temperature Scarf. It was a Knit and Crochet Along and we had created a temperature guide of colour options.