The Reference I used --> http://i1360.photobucket.com/albums/r645/LilliM00/tumblr_mr4c3ler8T1qgfm7ko1_400_zps388480fe.jpg
the reference I notice that there was a variety of shades of the color green (duh!) far more shades in the image than I had available in yarns, so I did the best I could with what was available at hand (Wal-Mart)
The yarns I used are all "Red Heart: Super Saver" yarn
I used 6 different colors of yarn
-Tea Green (TG)
-Medium Thym (MT)
-Frost Green (FG)
-Spring Green (SG)
and of course
I believe that in the end I had bought at least two of each yarn about $50 worth
(can't say for sure I was just buyong as I went, SORRY!)
Ok so for this Blanket I made 100 squares, i figured it fit the idea since it is Minecraft after all
So heres the pattern that you will do 1
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