Bear’s Rainbow Blanket

Crochet is a very popular craft that delights many people. It is made with a special needle and has this name because it is derived from the French word “croc”, which means hook, which is precisely the shape of the needle used in crochet. There are many ways to produce and use crochet, but the Bear’s Rainbow Blanket is one of the most sought after pieces, as they are versatile. It can be used in many ways and can be applied in different decorations and make this crochet blanket more beautiful. From this technique, we can produce objects and parts used in our daily lives, such as towels, rugs, clothes and many other accessories.

For some, it may even be considered a form of therapy to relieve the stress of everyday life. Get your hands dirty, give wings to your creativity and so a new Bear’s Rainbow Blanket that we will learn as a hobby or even a new source of income to help at home can be born. Thinking of embarking on the world of crochet? So, be aware of the tutorial guidelines below. You’ll find that, even for beginners, it’s incredibly easy to learn.

Colors influence moods, even if only by a small percentage. Purple, orange and yellow: These are exciting colors, which activate and give energy. They stimulate activity and give a sense of humor. Indicated for people who feel sad and have a tendency to be discouraged. If we want to have a feeling of optimism, it would be good to use these colors in winter, since they cause a visual sensation of warmth and life. When decorating the walls of a room, these colors that “light up” and give energy, can be placed in places where we want to do activities, never in places where we want calm and tranquility. Green, blue, and violet: These are calm colors that offer tranquility. They encourage relaxation. They have a calming and peaceful effect on the mind. They are ideal colors to use in a job interview, as they convey calmness, sincerity, and responsibility. Green is the color of nature, blue is the color of the sky, violet the color of elegant flowers… They all convey the message of emotional healing. Ideal for painting the walls of places where we want to immerse ourselves in relaxation.

White and beige: These are neutral and cool colors. The clear symbol of purity and simplicity. Ideal to put in places where we want maximum concentration. They do not produce emotional changes and, therefore, the ideal place to have them as a wall color is a study room. Perfect to use in summer, due to its refreshing effect. Pink and magenta: The color light pink conveys kindness, innocence, and good intentions, even if unconsciously it can be interpreted as the color of immaturity. Ideal to use if you need someone to trust you to accomplish something. As for decoration, it is usually used for children, even though mature people love this color… This should not be considered negative, since this color symbolizes altruistic, sensitive, and good-hearted people. The color magenta, which is nothing more than a stronger and more powerful pink, can be compared to the colors that activate and give energy, such as purple, orange, and yellow, which I mentioned above.

Black and gray: Black transmits sadness and pessimism, but in clothes, it gives an air of elegance and seriousness. It is not recommended to wear it in the summer, since it gives the feeling of heat and little freshness. The color gray also has a charge of sadness, pessimism, and bad vibes. On the other hand, on clothes, it has a meaning of independence, mistrust, boredom, and discouragement, but it also transmits respect, professionalism, and seriousness.

Purl Soho Bear's Rainbow Blanket made with Scheepjes Catina yarn (100%  Cotton) by Crafty Okasan(手芸好きなお母さん) | Crochet blanket, Knitted afghans,  Knit crochet

Free Pattern Available: Bear’s Rainbow Blanket

In this tutorial, you will learn how to make this beautiful and delicate crochet snowflake, following the step by step. I’m sure you will love it.

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