Tron Light Cycle 80s Arcade Game Pixel Blanket by Grandma8bit

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Tron Light Cycle 80s Arcade Game Pixel Blanket by Grandma8bit @ Etsy.

Inspired by the classic 80s arcade game Tron! 
The image shows the blue and orange light cycles racing in the game grid!

This is a crocheted blanket made up of granny squares for a pixel/8-bit effect. Perfect as a throw for keeping warm on the couch while playing video games! Or use as a baby or toddler blanket to keep your little gamer warm and happy! Can also be used as decoration and sure to liven up any man cave, game room, living room, or bedroom!

– Handmade with 2295 crochet granny squares
– Finished with a navy blue border
– Measures about 60″ wide by 56″ tall
– Uses Red Heart and Caron brand 100% acrylic yarn

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There are also other ones too 🙂

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