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Tails of the Sea: Children’s Crochet Blankets – Book Review & Giveaway

Mermaids, sharks, octopi…..oh my!!! Tails of the Sea blankets look so fun! What child wouldn’t love one of these on their bed?! Especially if they love sea creatures!

(Please see the bottom of the post to find out how you can win a copy.)

 

Tails of the Sea: Children's Crochet Blankets - book review by Ambassador Crochet.

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Tails of the Sea: Children’s Crochet Blankets

 

Publisher: Annie’s Attic

Author: Christine Naugle

Number of Pages: 56

Number of Projects: 4 kid’s blankets

Types of Projects: Blankets

Difficulty Ratings: All patterns are rated as easy

Yarn Used: #4 worsted weight yarn

First Impression: Such a cute, fun, and practical way to make a mermaid tail or shark blanket for the kids!

My Favorite Project Pick: One of my daughters wants to be a marine biologist and has this huge love for the octopus, so I’m picking the You Octopi My Heart as my favorite project pick.

 

Tails of the Sea - octopus children's crochet blankets - book review by Ambassador Crochet.

You Octopi My Heart

 

Tails of the Sea - octopus children's crochet blankets - book review by Ambassador Crochet.

Mermaid Dreams

 

Review 

 

Mermaid and shark tails have been huge the past year or two! These blankets that Christine designed are a more practical version of their counterpart. I’m all about things that will get a lot of use, so these are great for kids beds.

Made with basic crochet stitches, these blankets are all rated easy. If you’re familiar with sc, hdc, and chain stitches you’ll be able to make these. And if you’re not familiar with this crochet technique, there are both written instuctions and a graph.

The book also includes all your general pattern info (gauge, terms, abbreviations), photo tutorial for the border, as well as exactly which yarns were used for each project, so you can match it exactly if you choose to.

 

Tails of the Sea - shark kid's crochet blankets - book review by Ambassador Crochet.

Shark Bait

 

Annie’s Attic has offered to give one of my readers a copy of the Tails of the Sea book. (Winner will receive an ebook.)

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Winner will be announced on March 1.

 

 

Happy Crocheting!

 *Disclaimer* – This book was provided to me for a review, but all opinions are strictly my own.
 
 

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