The Dragon Tail Blanket and Buddy Crochet pattern were inspired by my son and his love of dragons. <3 It includes both the blanket and dragon buddy. The blanket can be made from a toddler/preschool size all the way up to an adult by adding extra rows and spikes. It also turns into a backpack with a pouch for the dragon buddy!!!!
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“Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.”
― Neil Gaiman, Coraline
10mm (P)- for blanket
4.5mm (G)- for dragon buddy
4.0mm (F)- for dragon buddy, or hook to obtain gauge
Fiberfill for stuffing dragon buddy
24 inches of canvas binding for blanket strap
Lion Brand Hometown USA in colors:
Green Bay (dark green)- 6 skeins for Preschool size. For the blanket to be longer you need approxiamtely one skein per every 8 inches.
Tampa Spice (red)
Monterey Lime (light green)
Syracuse Orange (orange) 2 skeins
Yarn for dragon buddy:
Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in colors:
Fern (dark green)
Radiant Lime (light green)
Radiant Orange (orange)
Small amount of Black and White Yarn
pprox. 631 yards for blanket
Dragon Buddy: 125 yards
MC- Magic Circle
sl st- Slip Stitch
sc- Single Crochet
hdc- Half Double Crochet
dc- Double Crochet
tr- Triple Crochet
BLO- Back Loops Only
FLO- Front Loops Only
sc2tog- Single Crochet Two Together
sc3tog- Single Crochet Three Together
4 x4 inches
Blanket, P hook: 4 rows x 7 ½ stitches
Dragon Buddy, G hook: 17 rows x 18 stitches
The dragon blanket is 43 inches long and 44 inches wide at top.
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