Book Review - Tails of the Sea: Children's Crochet Blankets

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Crocheted mermaid and shark blankets have beeneverywhere the past couple years! Tails of the Sea blankets look perfect for you little one's bed.... Especially if they love sea creatures!

Tails of the Sea: Children's Crochet Blankets

Publisher: Annie's Craft Store

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 fun & practical way to make a sea creature 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.


These blankets that Christine designed are a more practical version of the sea life blankets, but I’m all about things that will get a lot of use, so these are great!

All the blankets are made with basic crochet stitches and have a skill level or easy. There are written instructions and graphs for each pattern. The booklet includes all your general pattern info (gauge, terms, abbreviations), a photo tutorial for the border, as well as a list of yarns that were used for each project. There are also a few photo tutorials in the back. 

Happy Crocheting!

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

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