Crochet Blanket Free Pattern Quick and Easy


First go ahead and see if you can take out
the yarn from the middle of your skin – that’s easier to work with. And then, just start with a slip knot. And for the first row you’re going to make
a row of foundation double crochets. To do that, you’ll start by chaining 3, then
yarn over, insert your hook into the first chain, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over
pull through 1 loop, yarn over pull through 2 loops, yarn over pull through 2 loops. So that’s your first foundation double crochet
– or actually it’s your second, because the first was your chain 3. So now you’ll go into the opposite side of
the st you just made, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over pull through 1 loop, yarn
over pull through 2 loops, and yarn over pull through 2 loops. And again, you’ll be working into the opposite
side of the st. Yarn over, pull through 1, pull through 1,
pull through 2, pull through 2. So just continue on like this until you have
a total of 47 st (or a multiple of 2 + 1). And now the next row is going to be a bubble
st row – you’ll chain 1 and turn. And then you’ll start with a single crochet
in the first st. And now a treble crochet into the next st. And then chain 1 and pull the chain tight. And now 1 single crochet in the next st. And this is basically the pattern you’ll be
repeating across the row…..after you make a single crochet, you’ll make a treble in
the next st, then you will chain 1 and then pull tight and make a single crochet in the
next st. So normally, maybe you wouldn’t pull your
ch-1 so tight for other projects, but in this case it helps to secure the bubble st if the
ch-1’s aren’t too loose. And here we’re at the end of the row and I
have 3 st left…and you’ll make a single crochet in the next…..a treble crochet in
the next….and a chain 1 and a single crochet in the last st. And then you have completed your 2nd row. And your st count should be 47. And for the next row you’re going to start
with a ch-3 and turn….and then you’re simply going to double crochet in each st across
the row. And if you’re having trouble identifying the
bubble stitches, it helps to tip your work a bit to the back so you can see the backside
of the st. And just continue until you get to the end
of the row and here I have 2 st left…..and I’m just double crocheting into those. And the next row is exactly the same, so you’re
just going to start by chaining 3 and turn.And then dobule crochet into the next st and into
every st across. And also, row 5 is worked the same way as
the 2 previous rows so start by chaining 3 and then double crochet across. And this is how it’s going to be – you’ll
be making a row of bubble st and then you’ll be making 3 rows of double crochets. And that’s basically it. But I’ll just show you one more row of bubble
st. So you’ll start by chaining 1 for row 6 and
turn…then work a single crochet into the first st…..and a treble crochet into the
next st….and chain 1, single crochet in the next.Treble crochet in the next, ch 1,
single crochet in the next and so on…..and just continue on like this and I will meet
you at the end. So here there are 2 st left and you’ll be
treble crocheting into the 2nd to last st then chaining 1 and then work a single crochet
into the last st of the row. And here I am chaining 3 for the next row
of double crochets. And the next double crochet goes into the
bubble st and the one after that into the single crochet and so on. And that’s basically it. You’ll just be making 3 rows of double crochets
and then 1 row of bubble st until you are happy with the length of your blanket. And when continuing on like this, you’ll get
a really nice and textured blanket.

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