Amazing And Easy Crochet Blanket Patterns For Beginners
Dahlia Scrapgan Pattern
Crochet blankets are a popular choice for sewers due to their versatility. They can be made in any stitch pattern, any thread density, almost any size. All crocheted blankets will keep you and your loved ones comfortable, making you feel good both while making them and using them. 15 patterns of crocheted blankets showcase the variety and possibilities inherent in this type of project.
Some of the most popular crochet blanket designs are stripes, with chevron stripes being a favorite variation. This free drawing showcases a classic design in vibrant, vibrant colors. It is called the joyful wavy blanket, and you will experience this joy as soon as you start working on it. This is a project made for fun!
A continuous crochet connection technique brings everything together seamlessly, so you have fewer ends to weave in and create a blanket without sewing!
This pattern is a perfect way to use up those leftover half strands you’ve been holding onto. Category 4 (worsted) and Category 5 (bulky) yarn is used for the circles in the pattern, but Category 3 (DK weight yarn) can also work. You will need category 4 thread for the main color.
Instructions are written for making a blanket the size of a blanket (44 x 53 inches) and details are provided for making a smaller baby blanket or a double bedspread. Pattern contains video and photo tutorials.