Crochet, Free pattern

Button Blanket Finished!

With excitement I would like to show you my new blanket, my Button Blanket is all done! I have turned my Scheepjes Catona Cutie Pies into a colorful blanket, decorated with 88 wooden buttons.

Yarn for the Button Blanket

I made my Button Blanket using a Scheepjes Catona Colour Pack with 109 Cutie Pies, and a few extra balls of Catona to join the squares. Scheepjes Catona Colour Packs are available from Wool Warehouse (UK)/International, Black Sheep Wools (UK), Knotty House (USA/CA), Caro’s Atelier (NL/EU), and (NL).

Button Blanket

I believe many of us have a little box of buttons somewhere, sometimes old buttons that maybe belonged to your mother or grandmother. Sometimes spare buttons from clothing that you no longer own. Sometimes nostalgic buttons that remind you of something or someone. I too have a lot of buttons, and I keep many of them in an old tin I inherited when my grandmother passed away.

With this blanket I want to encourage you to use all those buttons, and make a memory blanket in the process. I hope to give you an impression of what my blanket looks like.

Curious about the rest?

Below you find links to the other posts and the pattern related to my blanket. Want to know more? Be sure to follow the links.

Be sure to visit my blog next week for the free pattern. Follow me on Instagram to see my finished blanket.

With love,


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