Monday, December 1, 2014

How to Crochet a Blanket Pattern Tutorial

This Shell Blanket makes for a nice baby blanket. This crochet shell blanket can be made with a nice soft yarn and made bigger with a bigger hook or smaller with a smaller hook size.

Are you looking for the easiest way to make a baby blanket in minutes? Look no further! This crochet baby blanket tutorial is simple to follow and will have you knitting or crocheting a blanket in no time at all!

This blanket is perfect for use as a baby shower gift, or to keep your little one warm on cold days. Plus, it's a great way to use up some of that leftover yarn from other projects! If you're looking for a quick and easy project, this crochet baby blanket tutorial is perfect for you!

Measures approximately 32" x 38"
2 balls of yarn

sc=single crochet
dc=double crochet
sl st=slip stitch

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Unknown said...

How do you finish to make a straight last row?

amyscrochetpatterns said...

Did you watch the video?, its not exactly straight because of the type of stitches used, but Im sure if you used just sc across the last row then it would straighten it some.

Pheldon said...

I watched your video and have completed 65 rows. Now I'm ready for the edging. Do I just put an edging on the first row or all four sides of the blanket?


amyscrochetpatterns said...

You could do it either way, I usually do it all the way around.

Unknown said...

I need my blanket to be 60" wide by 75" long. Do i do the foundation chains in multiples of 6 to make the 60" wide?

amyscrochetpatterns said...

Im not sure sorry

Unknown said...

Really enjoyed this pattern! I completed a baby blanket with two colors and it came out so beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

Barbara said...

I think to make the blanket bigger or smaller make the chain a multiple of 4. So the pattern is 156 chains which is 39 x 4. Take off or add any number of 4s to get the size you want.

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