My latest pattern design, the Texagon Blanket, is now available in my shop on both Etsy and Ravelry. I never knew how much Texans love Texas until we lived there. EVERYTHING has Texas on it. Even the store brand zip bags we bought. 😅 If you have a Texan in your life, I am certain they will love this blanket.
This beauty is worked up using the filet crochet technique, like most of my other crochet blanket patterns. It features Texas as a tessellation. See it both upside down and right side up?
I used a 5.5 mm / I hook and Paintbox Simply Aran yarn to make this. However, like my others, this can be made in whatever hook and yarn weight you prefer and made in any size you like. The starting chain multiple is included so you can add or subtract until it’s the size you need.
The border is done with front and back posts, creating a nice ribbed effect that completes the look without distracting from the main design.
As with all my patterns, this one has been tested by others to make sure there are no errors. For the first time, I hired a tech editor to look over this pattern as well.
I hope you like it! 🙂