I’m here with you, with a new beginner blanket tutorial. Who don’t like to use bobble, puff or popcorn stitches for a baby blanket? I love to crochet and use them. I think babies will love them too.
Besides having a very nice texture, also suitable for use in both winter and spring. You can use cotton or wool, in any case, the blanket will look beautiful.
This blanket could easily be made with scrap yarn to make a colorful scrappy stash busting blanket. Just use a different color for every other row. It is up to your imagination to get a blanket as you wish.
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Size 4 yarn
Double crochet: dc
Triple crochet: tr
Single crochet: sc
Bubble : Yarn over and insert your hook 3th st.n over and pull 2 of it. do it 5 times. at the end of, you have 6 yarns on the hook. Then pull of it all.
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.
Row 1. Ch multiples of 4+3,and turn,skip 3st,and dc to the 4th.And make dc every st untill end of the row.
Row 2. Ch 1 and turn, 2 sc+ *(bubble+ 3 sc )**
At the end of the row you have 3sc. First sc, make a bubble+2 sc.
Row 3. Ch 3 and turn. make a dc every stitch untill at the end of the row.
Row 4. Ch 1 and turn, 4 sc+ *(bubble+ 3 sc )**
Row 5. Ch 3 and turn. make a dc every stitch untill at the end of the row.
Repeat row 2 – 5 until your blanket reach the size you want. Make sure to end with a row 3 before making the border.
Our border is only a row. You don’t cut your yarn and keep going like the below.
On the corner; 3dc+3tr+3dc
1st-3th side: (Ch3+2dc+3tr+3dc)in the same stitch(this is first corner)+*(skip the dc part of blanket.+sl st to the next stitch.+skip tc dc part of blanket+(2dc+3tr+2dc) in the same stitch)**
2nd-4th side: skip 2 st and sl st to the 3th st.+ *(skip 2 st+ (2dc+3tr+2dc) in the same st )**
Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by Gozde Gunes Tezcan (@gozdetariflerr)
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