Cozy Cables Blanket By Elisabeth Davis de Herraiz

A warm and cozy blanket made with two colors of DK weight yarn that is quick to make. 8 blocks in total make up the blanket, each block is made individually and later seamed together making this an easily portable project – just choose your two favorite colors and start crocheting!

The Designer: Elisabeth Davis de Herraiz

Elisabeth has been hooked on crochet since 2007 and has been publishing crochet patterns since 2012. She loves to crochet and knit and hopes to pass on that passion and inspire both veteran and new crafters a like to pick up their yarn and get lost in the stitches! She loves to design shawls and accessories as well as blankets, garments and home décor items. You can find her designs on Ravelry and published in Crochet! Magazine, Crochet World, Cascade Yarns Website, Crochet Today!, Crochet Now, Love Crochet, Simply Crochet, Inside Crochet.

About The Pattern

Skill Level


The Yarn – Drops Merino

Drops Merino Extra Fine, DK, light weight #3 yarn, (100% Merino (115yds/105m per 1.76oz/50g/1.76oz skein)

11 skeins Light Grey Mix (A)

11 skeins Red (B)

Yarn Substitutions

Lion Brand Vanna’s Style

Paintbox Yarns Simply DK

Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly

Hook & Other Materials

US Size 7 (4.5mm) crochet hook 

Yarn needle

Sizes/Finished Measurements

51” x 51”


1 small block = 5.5” x 5.5”

Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain gauge.

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Emily is a WAHM of 4 children. She is the Editor of Happily Hooked Magazine and Pattern Pack Pro and the owner of Em’s Corner. She spent her years before children as a middle school math teacher, but now enjoys crocheting at her kids’ sporting events and spoiling her nieces and nephews. She loves to teach her children and her nieces and nephews to crochet. When she’s not crocheting, she’s outside with her camera. She was raised in San Diego but now finds herself in the very hot Southern California desert.

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