Today I am welcoming Emma from @stitchedupbyemma to the blog with a beautiful crochet blanket pattern. Emma has created the Linked Hearts Blanket as a free pattern for you to enjoy.
Materials and Tools needed
1 x 50g Stylecraft Special DK in Pale Rose (Colour A)
1 x 50g Stylecraft Special DK in White (Colour B)
1 x 50g Stylecraft Special DK in Silver (Colour C)
1 x 50g Stylecraft Special DK in Duck Egg (Colour D)
Stitch Markers (optional)
Finished Blanket is approximately
24 inches x 28 inches .
Gauge – 15 double crochet
stitches x 9 rows = 4 inches x 4 inches.
Crochet Terms and Abbreviations
Pattern written in UK terms
Skip Stitch (sk): Skip stitch
Slip Stitch (ss): Insert hook into space, yarn over and pull through stitch and loop on hook
Chain (ch): Yarn over, pull through one loop on hook.
Treble crochet (tr): Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have three loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops, yarn over, pull through remaining two loops.
Double Crochet(s): dc(s): Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have two loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through remaining two loops.
Unsure of the differences between UK and US terms? Need a refresher on how to do your stitches? In my ‘How to crochet: A handy reference guide’ EBook I help you with all of these terms and you can always have them to hand! You will also get exclusive access to free video instructions. You can find my EBook HERE.
To start Ch90, tr in 3rd st from the hook.
Row 1: tr along the rest of the Ch and turn. (89)
Row 2: Ch 2, tr 27, ch 1, sk 1, tr 31, ch 1, sk 1, tr 28 and turn.
Row 3: Ch 2, tr 25, ch 1, sk 1, tr 3, ch 1, sk 1, tr 27, ch 1, sk 1, tr 3, ch 1, sk 1, tr 26 and turn.
Row 4: Ch 2, tr 23, ch 1, sk 1, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, tr 23, ch 1, sk 1, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, tr 24 and turn.
Row 5: Ch 2, tr 21, ch 1, sk 1, tr 11, ch 1, sk 1, tr 19, ch 1, sk 1, tr 11, ch 1, sk 1, tr 22 and turn.
Row 6: Ch 2, tr 11, ch 1, sk 1, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, tr 15, ch 1, sk 1, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, tr 15, ch 1, sk 1, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, tr 12 and turn.
Row 7: Ch 2, tr 9, ch 1, sk 1, tr 3, ch 1, sk 1, tr 4, ch 1, sk 1, tr 17, ch 1, sk 1, tr 4, ch 1, sk 1, tr 3, ch 1, sk 1, tr 4, ch 1, sk 1, tr 17, ch 1, sk 1, tr 4, ch 1, sk 1, tr 3, ch 1, sk 1, tr 10 and turn.
Row 8: Ch 2, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, [tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, tr, ch 1, sk 1, tr 19, ch 1, sk 1, tr, ch 1, sk1] twice, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, tr 8 and turn.
Row 9: Ch 2, tr 5, ch 1, sk 1, [tr 11, ch 1, sk 1, tr 19, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 11, ch 1, sk 1, tr 6 and turn.
Row 10: Ch 2, tr 3, ch1, sk1, tr 13, ch 1, sk 1, tr, ch 1, sk 1, tr 15, ch 1, sk 1, tr, ch 1, sk 1, tr 11, ch 1, sk 1, tr, ch 1, sk 1, tr 15, ch 1, sk 1, tr, ch 1, sk 1, tr 13, ch 1, sk 1, tr 4 and turn.
Row 11: Ch 2, tr 2, ch 1, sk 1, tr 14, ch 1, sk 1, tr 2, ch 1, sk 1, [tr 6, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 2, ch 1, sk 1, tr 11, ch 1, sk 1, tr 2, ch 1, sk 1, [t r6, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 2, ch 1, sk 1, tr 14, ch 1, sk 1, tr 3 and turn.
Row 12: Ch 2, tr, ch 1, sk 1, tr 16, ch 1, sk 1, tr 2, [ch 1, sk 1, tr 3] three times, ch 1, sk 1, tr 2, ch 1, sk 1, tr 13, ch 1, sk 1, tr 2, [ch 1, sk 1, tr 3] three times, ch 1, sk 1, tr2, ch 1, sk 1, tr 16, ch 1, sk 1, tr 2 and turn.
Row 13: Ch 2, tr, ch 1, sk 1, tr 17, ch 1, sk 1 [tr, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, [tr, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 15, ch 1, sk 1, [tr, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, [tr, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 17, ch 1, sk 1, tr 2 and turn.
Row 14: Ch 2, tr, ch 1, sk 1, [tr 19, ch 1, sk 1, tr 11, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 19, ch 1, sk 1, tr 2 and turn
row 15: Ch 2, tr, ch 1, sk 1, [tr 9, ch 1, sk 1, tr 9, ch 1, sk 1, tr 11, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 9, ch 1, sk 1, tr 9, CH 1, sk 1, tr 2 and turn.
Row 16: Ch 2, tr 2, ch 1, sk 1, [tr 6, ch 1, sk 1, tr 3, ch 1, sk 1, tr 6, ch 1, sk 1, tr 13, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 6, ch 1, sk 1, tr 3, ch 1, ck 1, tr 6, ch 1, sk 1, tr 3 and turn.
Row1 7: Ch 2, tr 3, ch 1, sk 1, *[tr, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, [tr, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 15, ch 1, sk 1* repeat * to * once more, [tr, ch1, sk 1] twice, tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, [tr, ch 1, sk 1] twice, tr 4 and turn.
Row 18: Ch 2 and tr in every st and turn.
Change to Colour B.
Row 19: Ch 2 and tr in every st and turn.
Row 20: Ch 3, sk 1, tr, [Ch 1, sk 1, tr] Rep to the end.
Row 21: Ch 2 and tr in every st and turn.
Change to Colour C.
Row 22: Ch 2 and tr in every st and turn.
Row 23 – 39: Rep rows 2 – 18.
Change to colour B.
Row 40 – 42: Rep rows 19 – 21.
Change to colour D.
Rows 43: Ch 2 and tr in every st and turn.
Row 44 – 60: Rep rows 2 – 18.
With the right side of the blanket facing attach Colour B into the top right hand corner.
When working the 3 stitches for the corner you may want to mark the middle st with a stitch marker.
Rnd 1: Ch 1 (not counted as a stitch), 3 dc in corner st. dc in every st along the top, 3 dc in last st to make the corner, working along the side of the blanket place 2 dc in each row end around the last st. Continue this around the blanket, making sure to place 3 dc in the corner. Join with a slst to the first st.
Rnd 2: Ch 1 (does not count as a st) tr in the same st as the ch 1, 3 tr in the middle of the 3 dc’s making the corner. tr in every st around the blanket, making sure to place 3 tr in the middle of the 3 dc. Join with a slst to the top of the first st.
Rnd 3: Rep Rnd 2 but join to the first tr with the invisible join.
Weave in your ends. Your blanket may need lightly blocking.
Chart: With your main colour Ch 90. tr into the 3rd ch from the hook and continue working from the chart below.
You may wish to alter the size of your blanket to make it bigger or smaller.
On the chart you will notice colour lines running through the chart. These are pattern repeats.
If you wish to make it longer work the chart through once, then add as many pattern repeats between the blue lines as you wish (Rows 2 – 22) but on the final repeat stop at the red line (Row 18).
In order to make your blanket wider add the pattern repeat between the green lines (32 extra ch sts). Working the repeat between the first green line (st 14) to the second green line (st 46) until you have reached your desired width ensuring after your last repeat that you work to the end of the chart.
I hope you have enjoyed this pattern and I cant wait to see your makes.
“I have always loved filet crochet. I like how simple it is. You can come up with the simplest or very intricate of designs depending on where you place your stitches. The filet technique is just Double crochet (US terms) and chain stitches placed in specific places to create open blocks that create a picture or pattern. If you can make a chain stitch and a double crochet stitch then you can crochet a filet blanket. The Linked Hearts Blanket is a beginner friendly pattern and has written row by row instructions as well as a chart to work from.”
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Mary ReavisFebruary 19, 2020 at 7:13 pm
The counts in this pattern are not adding up. Am I doing something wrong? It says 89 tr for row 1 then row 2 only has 88 stitches.. Row 7 has over 100 stitches. I love this blanket but the pattern is confusing. Is the ch 2 counted as a stitch or not as a stitch, it seems like it is on some rows while it’s not other rows.
BellaCocoTeamFebruary 20, 2020 at 6:30 pm
Hi Mary I have contacted Emma on your behalf and here is her reply:-
I’ve had a look at the pattern on the website and I’m not sure where the problems they are experiencing are.
I’ve double checked the stitch counts and they are all 89 like they should be.
The ch2 counts as a stitch throughout the blanket. Row 20 starts with a ch3 as this is counted as one stitch and a ch1.
The only thing I can think where they are increasing the stitch count is counting the ch1, sk1 as 2 stitches when it is just 1 stitch.
If they need anymore help then I’m happy to help further.
Hope this helps 🙂
JulieJune 4, 2020 at 4:29 pm
I have had the same issue as you. If you read the pattern at face value, then the sums do not add up. Did you manage to work it out? This is a beautiful blanket, but I’m not experienced enough to work this out. I’m thinking if you haven’t been able to work it out, then in view of the other post as well, I might find a different pattern
BellaCocoTeamJune 9, 2020 at 8:28 am
Hi Julie as this was a guest post you would be better contacting Emma direct 🙂
LinJune 11, 2020 at 5:25 pm
I’VE just finished this blanket last night and it worked out fine. Need to pay attention as its easy to confuse 1 row for another when coicheting along. Came out GREAT!!
BellaCocoTeamJune 15, 2020 at 5:38 pm
Yay well done, glad it all worked out 🙂
JeannetteFebruary 20, 2021 at 4:03 am
I’ve having the same problem. It adds up to 88 stitches not 89 which throws off the pattern by the time you get to row 9
BellaCocoTeamFebruary 20, 2021 at 8:42 pm
Hi Jeannette as this is a guest post you will need to contact the designer direct with any queries 🙂
MaryFebruary 21, 2020 at 3:34 am
I have been busy busy the last few days and thought crocheting would help me relax. LOL Do not try patterns when you are exhausted I guess. I looked at it again a few minutes ago and I can’t figure out what I was counting either. Sorry about the confusion. Is there a way to print this pattern? Would probably help me out to have it off the screen. lol
BellaCocoTeamMarch 3, 2020 at 9:23 am
Hi Mary as this was a guest post I do not have a written pattern for this blanket maybe you could try to copy and paste? 🙂
Jaymi TaylorMarch 15, 2020 at 4:02 pm
For row 12, if the ch2 counts as the first TR then shouldn’t it be a ch3 since it’s creating a space?
BellaCocoTeamApril 2, 2020 at 8:16 am
Hi Jaymi as this is a guest post it’s better that you contact Emma directly so that she can answer your question 🙂
JessieJune 8, 2020 at 7:35 pm
The yarn you for the heart blanket is it baby yarn.. If not then could you tell me how you do your count for the blanket.
BellaCocoTeamJune 9, 2020 at 7:58 am
Hi Jessie as this is a guest post you are probably better asking Emma directly 🙂
Chelsea ReynoldsJune 17, 2020 at 7:55 pm
Started this yesterday and have just completed row 9 and loving how this is coming out. I added an extra 2 repeats so it is a bigger blanket.
Very easy to follow… thanks for the great pattern Emma and thanks for sharing Bella Coco
Lin MacQueenJuly 9, 2020 at 2:27 am
I would like to contact Emma to buy a copy of this pattern (without the noise of the ads etc).
Is there an email address for her as we cannot go to instrgram at work.
BellaCocoTeamJuly 9, 2020 at 8:22 am
We are not permitted to supply her e-mail address due to data protection, however I will pass your comment onto her and ask her to reply to you direct if you give us your permission to do so 🙂
Julia CobbJuly 9, 2020 at 6:13 pm
I am seriously frazzled with not being able to get this count to come out correctly. Can’t get past row 2,,, has anyone been able to figure this out? I do see others have posted as to this same problem? Any help would be greatly appreciated
BellaCocoTeamJuly 15, 2020 at 5:18 pm
Hi Julia would you like me to pass your e-mail onto Emma so that she can answer you direct?
GemmaJuly 19, 2020 at 8:14 am
Hi. Row 8 of this pattern has a typo. It says “[tr 7, ch 1, sk 1, tr, ch 1, sk 1, tr 19, ch 1, sk 1, tr, ch 1, sk1]”. The 3rd and 5th tr have no number. The amount of stitches listed in this row is short by 4, as this is a repeat twice section I am assuming it should say tr1 in both missing places. Well I hope so because that’s what I’m doing!
BellaCocoTeamJuly 19, 2020 at 2:21 pm
Hi Gemma as this was a guest post you will have to contact Emma directly with any queries 🙂
Diane HarrisonSeptember 25, 2020 at 6:18 pm
I am confused on the repeats. It looks like it starts with an upper heart, half way through. Does that work out? Did you just do it on the end? In my mind, starting the heart on the right half at the end of the pattern row doesn’t add up?
BellaCocoTeamSeptember 29, 2020 at 5:38 pm
Hi Diane as this is a guest post you will need to contact the designer direct with any queries 🙂
Navy choudhuryOctober 4, 2020 at 1:53 pm
Will there be a YouTube tutorial for this lovely pattern please?
Many thanks Navy
BellaCocoTeamOctober 6, 2020 at 8:45 am
Hi Navy as this is a guest post their won’t be a tutorial 🙂
NikoNovember 7, 2020 at 2:47 pm
Hello there, after making a lot of this I realized something…. Your definition of treble/triple crochet is wrong. For a treble/triple crochet you yarn over twice before you insert the hook in the stitch to start it. You have that you yarn over once and then insert into stitch… Which would make it a double crochet. Then the double crochet is actually a single crochet. I’m pretty new to the crochet world but I’m fairly certain that these terms are described incorrectly. In the project though, from your pictures it does look like they are double crochet all the way through so at least I don’t have to go back on the pattern (if I even would have because I got through the colors one time each so far, haha). It was confusing to notice anyways. Love the pattern though 🙂
BellaCocoTeamNovember 7, 2020 at 5:12 pm
Hi Niko This has been done using UK terms not US terms. They are the same stitch but with different terminology. This maybe of use to you :- bit.ly/Conversionchart 🙂
Sandra HadenAugust 9, 2021 at 5:14 pm
This pattern is written in UK terms. A Tr in UK is a double in US terms. A double in UK is a single in US terms. Hope this helps
AmandaDecember 29, 2020 at 2:53 am
I’m not exactly understanding how to make it bigger. For some reason my brain is just not figuring out the instructions ♀️♀️
BellaCocoTeamDecember 30, 2020 at 7:53 pm
As this was a guest post you will need to contact the designer direct and she maybe able to help you 🙂
ManiDecember 29, 2020 at 2:55 am
I’m not exactly understanding how to make it bigger. For some reason my brain is just not figuring out the instructions ♀️♀️
BellaCocoTeamDecember 29, 2020 at 7:21 pm
Hi Mani as this is a guest post you will need to contact the designer direct and she will be able to help you 🙂
ErinJanuary 15, 2021 at 11:36 pm
All of the counts on this pattern are off, not by much, but if it’s off at all, it throws the whole thing off. I have been using the pic at the top to figure out the counts, so I’ll post them when I’m done and have the finished product to make certain my counts are correct.
First off, if you chain 90 and then start back on the row in the third chain from the hook, that can’t leave you with 89 stitches. 90 – 3 is 87, which is the correct count. If you do the rest based on having 87 stitches, things will come out correct.
On row 2, it has you work 27 stitches in, and then 28 on the other side. Those should always match, otherwise the hearts will be off center and look weird. So you should have 27 stitches on either side of where you started the hearts. I’m up to row 8 so far and all my counts are adding up to 87 across and the pattern is looking like the pictures above. Anyway, I’ll comment again when I’m done if anyone else needs this corrected. This is a beautiful pattern, but if the math and counts are all wonky, it’s not going to turn out right and just frustrate most of the people trying to make this.
BellaCocoTeamJanuary 16, 2021 at 3:19 pm
Hi Erin as this was a Guest Post you will need to contact the designer direct 🙂
ErinJanuary 19, 2021 at 3:45 am
I was able to figure it out! If everyone will just know that the original row count is 87, not 89, they should be ok. I found an online graph paper, made it 90 rows by 18 rows and then took the up close picture of just the pink section and counted stitches and laid it out on the graph paper. It came out perfectly.
ErinJanuary 19, 2021 at 3:46 am
I’m sorry, I made the graph paper 87 rows by 18 rows.
Fiona HuckvaleFebruary 1, 2021 at 7:19 pm
Hi Erin, so pleased to see your comments on this pattern. I started it yesterday and keep undoing my work, thought i was loosing my mind. I shall start again now, changing that last treble number. Thanks x
EmmaFebruary 11, 2021 at 10:15 pm
The pattern has been fully tested and I can assure you that the stitch counts are correct.
When you chain 90 and work into the 3rd chain it will give you a count of 89 as the 2 skipped chains at the beginning are counted as a stitch too and need working into at the end of row 2.
The reason why you start row 2 with 27 and finish with 28 is the CH2 at the beginning of the row counts as the 1st stitch which will give you 28 in total. You then need to make sure you are working into the top of the chain for your last stitch of the row.
Samantha j KirkJanuary 16, 2021 at 9:52 pm
Is there a video tutorial for this blanket? I learnt to crochet through Bella Coco youtube
BellaCocoTeamJanuary 17, 2021 at 3:15 pm
As this is a guest post their is no tutorial for this blanket 🙂
Clare BarberFebruary 21, 2021 at 5:33 pm
I made this blanket for a friends sisters baby and it was very well received. The pattern was easy (ish) to follow. I found that at some points in the middle of the pattern I had to really concentrate and tick off the stitches as I went so I didn’t get lost, but it all worked out great and it looks amazing. I am going to make a second one soon for a family baby.
Marion C ColburnFebruary 25, 2021 at 10:53 am
Thanks for sharing this pattern, the blanket is too sweet! I did two back to back in coordinating colors for twin girls and they turned out great. The first one went perfectly, the second one I tried to rush through and did a fair share of frogging.My best advice for those having problems is PAY ATTENTION! Pay attention to stitch placement, be sure you are doing the repeats correctly, STAY AWARE that in UK terms ‘tr’ is the same as ‘dc’ in US terms. When it says ‘tr’ without a number, that means do only one! And yes, the chain 2 at the beginning of each row counts as the first stitch (I did ch 3 for my projects). I hope this helps, it really is a precious blanket
Bonnie_in_MI.January 26, 2022 at 6:50 pm
Hi Marion, If I understand your post correctly, where I see just ‘tr’ and no number, this is not a mistake in the written pattern? I’ve had to refer to the chart, (unfortunately for me, I have difficulty reading these charts when trying to teach myself how to work with them) In Row 8, then again in Row’s 12, 13, 14, and 15 so far, I see this happening, a tr and no number following it. If not going by the chart and using the wording for rows, there is no indication of just how many stitches are to be done. These are all just ONE stitch then? I’ve also already goofed and did the US stitches of a treble where it listed tr and not a double. I’ve trying to just follow through since I really do not want to rip out all of these rows and begin again, as I’ve done this multiple times already trying to fix the counts. Thanks, Bonnie
VictoriaMarch 26, 2021 at 9:21 am
Was working amazingly out then the 2 year old decided to dance with it ♀️
This will teach me to put it up. Ha thank you i shall restart.
Fingers cross i put it up
DonnaApril 1, 2021 at 11:03 pm
I was just wondering how to crochet this for placemats.
How can I do that and what size hook is best? I’m gonna use 100% cotton yarn.
BellaCocoTeamApril 8, 2021 at 6:21 pm
As this is a guest post you will need to contact the designer directly 🙂
Antonia Nicoletti-EatonMay 2, 2021 at 6:23 pm
I want to make this basically double the size but I can’t figure out how to set the repeat at stitch 14-46 when several of the rows have more than that-if I just double it the hook of the heart doesn’t cross. Is there a way to get this pattern doubled more specifically? The math is just killing me right now.
BellaCocoTeamMay 4, 2021 at 7:35 am
Hi Antonia as this was a guest post you will need to contact the designer directly and she maybe able to help you 🙂
GwenMay 28, 2021 at 11:50 pm
Not sure why people are struggling but like any filet crochet you must pay attention. While I have had to pull out some stitches, it was certainly my error not the pattern creators error! Wonderful pattern. Instead of playing around with additions to make it wider I just added 16 stitches or each side. The first color section is beautiful and it works up fast. Looking forward to the end result.
Cara LangleyJune 2, 2021 at 6:57 pm
Made this blanket for my new baby granddaughter and her mother loves it…. I found the pattern easy to follow
Loved doing it
CathySeptember 15, 2021 at 7:53 pm
Hi is there a video to this pattern?
BellaCocoTeamSeptember 16, 2021 at 12:55 pm
Hi Cathy as this is a guest post there is no video 🙂
LoriFebruary 4, 2022 at 3:42 am
This patter instructions are way off..not sure what ur writing but it could be beautiful if u don’t mind correcting the pattern for I see alot of us
BethFebruary 6, 2022 at 10:17 am
I’m just about to finish this blanket and it’s been quite the adventure. I didn’t realize the chain 2 counts as a stitch and it was throwing me way off. I spent 4 days rereading the pattern, printing out graph paper to make my own chart, reading through everyone’s comments, and a lot of frogging. Eventually everything clicked and it was smooth sailing and all my rows add up to 89.
I’m about to start the border and that’s when I noticed a mistake in this pattern. The written pattern and the graph work out the same but they are different than the blanket in the pictures. The picture of the pink section that’s right before the border instructions was not made using this exact pattern. I counted the stitches in the picture and they only add up to 87. In the written pattern and graph there has been an extra stitch added on both sides so it adds up to 89.
Maybe this is where people are getting confused. I also think that it would be worth mentioning in the pattern that the chain 2 counts as a stitch and needs working into at the end of the rows. I wasn’t counting it so I would work my first double crochet into that first stitch instead of skipping it and it was throwing my stitch count way off. I didn’t realize about the chain 2 until I read Emma’s response and it would’ve saved me a lot of frustration had it been mentioned. I love the blanket though, very cute!
*I posted this comment twice because it somehow was made as a reply instead of its own comment.
BethFebruary 6, 2022 at 6:38 pm
There are 89 stitches in each row of your written pattern but only 87 stitches in your pictures of the blanket. It should be noted in the pattern that the chain 2 counts as a stitch and needs working into at the end of each row. Beautiful blanket and the pattern works great but you really have to pay close attention.
BellaCocoTeamFebruary 6, 2022 at 9:19 pm
Hi Beth, this is a guest post so if you have any queries regarding the blanket please contact the designer directly and she will be able to help you 🙂
Effie BailyFebruary 10, 2022 at 2:19 am
I purchase #3 yarn to do this blanket. When I work the gauge, it turns out way too small. The pattern doesn’t say what size yarn to use. Could it need to be a #4 yarn instead of #2?
BellaCocoTeamFebruary 16, 2022 at 8:01 pm
Hi Effie as this is a guest post you will need to contact the designer directly and she will be able to help you 🙂
JohnnaJuly 19, 2022 at 11:37 pm
This is the most confusion pattern I’ve encountered. I’ve tried it 4 times and I’ve finally given up. The pattern is not written correctly and it is too back because the blanket is beautiful. I would be nice if there was a video or just better instructions. It looks like I’m not the only one having the issues.
BellaCocoTeamJuly 21, 2022 at 10:41 am
Hi Johnna this was a guest post so there isn’t a video tutorial to go with it. If you are having issues with the pattern you could reach out to Emma and I’m sure she will be able to help you 🙂
MichelleOctober 26, 2022 at 2:02 am
I have searched for the link for the written pattern but I can’t find it. Please could you send it to me.
BellaCocoTeamOctober 26, 2022 at 8:29 am
I can be found on my blog at bellacocoblog.frogspark.agency, however here is the link for your convenience :- https://bellacocoblog.frogspark.agency/linked-hearts-crochet-blanket/ 🙂