Crochet 3D Blanket is reversible and it’s suitable for four seasons. You don’t need more yarn for this blanket and it’s one row repeat. As it looks very different and beautiful, it is also very easy to make.
I used Kartopu Lulla Baby yarn for this blanket. (3 and a half ball) You can use any kind of yarn you choose. It will look pretty anyway 🙂
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Size 3 yarn
Single crochet: sc
Double crochet: dc
Slip stitch: sl st
When you see *( )** it means you repeat the instructions in between *( )** Where you see the word turn it means to turn your work clockwise and work back down the row.
Ch multiples of 3+1(only one time).
Row 1: Skip 3 ch and make a dc in every st.
Row 2: Ch1 and turn. 2hdc+*(ch3+skip 2st+3 dc in the 3th st)** at the end of the row ch3+skip 2st+3hdc
Row 3: Ch2 and turn. 2hdc+*( Ch3+make 3 bpdc over the first dc of previous row)**+ch3+3hdc
Repeat Row3 until you reach the size you want .
Finishing Row 1: Ch2 and turn. 2hdc+*( ch3 and insert your hook from the back to front then back from the 1st dc and grab the yarn then pull through two loops and insert again like that and repeat it 2 more times. You have 4 loops on your hook, pull through all together.)** +ch3+3hdc.
Finishing Row 2: Ch3 and turn. 2dc+*( 2dc in the ch2 sp+1dc)**+3dc
At the end of the row you have same st number with starting row.
1st-3rd side: Ch3 and insert the corner st and make a hdc+*( ch1+1 hdc in every row’s st)**
on the corner: (hdc+ch2+hdc)
Row 2: Sl st to the corner st+*( 1sc+ch1+1sc+ch1+1sc+ch1+1sc+ch1+1sc+insert the next st and grab the yarn then yarn over and insert insert the same st and grab the yarn and repeat the 3 more times. Yarn over and pull through all the yarns on your hook together.+ch1. You have a puff stitch ( draw up a loop 4 times )**
On the corner: sc+ puff stitch (draw up a loop 6 times )+sc
Finish with sl st to the first st.
Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by Gozde Gunes Tezcan (@crochetwithGG)
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