Whether you’re a pro crocheter or you’ve just started, you can easily make this easy beginner baby blanket with using this free written pattern & video tutorial.
This particular crochet pattern is written as a baby blanket, but if you want, you can make an afghan square or a king-sized crochet blanket with it. I used a simple border so you can finish it easier 🙂 I hope you’ll like it. ♥
Size 3 yarn 250mt
6.0mm hook for blanket
5.5mm hook for the border
Single crochet: sc
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 4 than add 3 ch for one time.
Row 1. Make a sc in every st to the end of the row.
Row 2. Ch3 (this is your first dc) and turn.*(Skip 2 st,2dc+ make a dc in the first skip st of previous row+ make a dc in the 2nd skip st of previous row)**
Repeat row 1 and 2 until your blanket reach the size you want.
1st+3rd side: Ch1+a sc in the first st+*(dc+sc)**
On the corner; dc+ch2+dc
2nd+4th side: *(sc in the sc space of previous row+ (dc+sc) in the dc space of previous row+ dc in the sc of previous row+ (sc+dc) in the dc of previous row)**
When return to the first corner, make a sc+ch1 and sl st to the first ch.
1st+3rd side: Ch1+a sc in the first st+*(make a dc in the sc space of previous row+make a sc in the dc space of previous row)**
On the corner; dc+ch2+dc
When we turn to the first corner, make a sc+ch1 and sl st to the first ch.
Repeat row 1 and 2 until your border reach the size you want, recommended 6 rows.
Row 7: Ch1+a sc in the first st+ 3sc+make a picot (picot: ch2+insert your hook from the front loop of the sc+insert your hook from the left leg of the sc . Have 3 loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull of them together.)
Before the last st from the corner is a sc. make a sc+ (2sc+picot+2sc) on the corner+make a sc of the first st after the corner. Continue all over.
When return to the first corner; (2sc+picot+sc) and sl st to the first ch.
Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by Gozde Gunes Tezcan (@crochetwithGG)
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