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Free Crochet Blanket Pattern Falling in Striped Review

Chain 3 , then work 1 treble into the same stitch. Work 1 treble into each stitch along, until there is just one stitch remaining…. Work 1 treble into the top of the very last stitch, then fasten off leaving a 15cm tail end for darning in later. To make a blanket with a width of 120cm chain 198 to begin.

I can print off a less printer intensive pattern. Thank you so much for this beautiful tutorial! I am super excited to work on my blanket. I have one question…I am buying one ball of each color for a small blanket.

Using the blanket stitch described in this pattern, you can make the ideal baby blanket, lapghan, or throw with your favorite worsted or chunky yarn! This blanket makes an excellent, easy gift. Another thing you’ll need is a crochet hook. The size of your crochet hook will determine the gauge, which is the number of stitches per inch. Getting the exact gauge isn’t too crucial for blankets, but you’ll still want to use an appropriate hook for your yarn.

Pattern will note when the repeat starts. You can find the free crochet pattern + guided video tutorial by scrolling down or continue to read through some of the inspiration behind my latest make. I love this and would love to make it. I don’t seem to be very good at reading the crochet directions and being able to do them. But I’m really good at actually crocheting, if I can follow along.

Work 3 DC into each space along the row until you reach the end. Then work 2 DC into the top of the turning chain at the start of Row 3. To give the blanket a firm start, DC into the second chain from crochet beginner supplies the hook and then into every chain that follows. Sarah Stearns has helped thousands of makers find their next craft project with free patterns and step-by-step tutorials on her blog, sarahmaker.com.

♥ These 15 balls are enough to make a single bed size blanket with a finished size of approximately 4ft x 6ft / 120 cm x 180 cm. Repeat above color changes 2 times, and end with 6 rows Grey Heather, 9 rows White, 6 rows Grey Heather. I like that she made this blanket wide enough that she did not need to add a border.

I’m now trying to do the Chevron/Ripple rows and have run into the same problem that the lady above ran into. Sorry to report that a your Row 32 is not correct. Prior to this, I ripped out its, reread your instructions over and over – even read thru all the above comments to see if anyone else found this to be a problem. So I have done my own thing in Row 32 by sc 7 between the 3 sc at the top of the tri3 and finally come out the the 192 that I’m supposed to have.

🧐 It would be great to have a video tutorial. To join another color at the end of a sc row, start working your last sc, and when you have 2 loops left on your hook, YO and pull through the new color. Learn 30 new stitches while you create this lightweight afghan. The soothing colors will add calmness and happiness to any home. If you look at the images you’ll see that there are only two types of crochet stitches and sections used in the stripe blanket.