Premier® Gingham Blanket Yarn Kit

Item 204984P
Suggested Retail: $24.99    
Our Price: $21.99
Create a classic gingham look using tapestry crochet. Choose a traditional holiday color as pictured or any of the 18 coordinated shades to complement your décor. Kit includes Premier Everyday Bobbin yarn and intermediate crochet instructions. 34 × 35" (86 x 89cm). Imported.
Require US size I-9 (5.5mm) hook to complete.
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Angel Angel

Cordial Cordial

Nighttime Nighttime

Rosy Outlook Rosy Outlook

Sand Dollar Sand Dollar

Serious Gray Serious Gray

Snowy Owl Snowy Owl

Tulipwood Tulipwood

Deep Sea Deep Sea

Peachy Keen Peachy Keen

Sable Sable

Blue Moon Blue Moon

Cherries Jubilee Cherries Jubilee

Lime Green Lime Green

Terracotta Terracotta

Goldenrod Goldenrod

Peacock Peacock

Periwinkle Periwinkle

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 1 review)

January 25, 2021
"I just finished up this 'blanket' in the serious gray color and yes it is beautiful but there are a few drawbacks. It is stated as a blanket but definitely is more the size of a small throw or lapghan. Because the marl yarn is used in every row and the solids in every other row, I ended up with lots of the solid yarn. It would have been nice to have perhaps a skein or two of the marl so that the final product would be a bit longer and minimize the excess yarn. "