How to Crochet knit ENGLISH Easy Cluster Stitch Blanket Afghan Free Online  Class Art

How to Crochet knit ENGLISH Easy Cluster Stitch Blanket Afghan Free Online Class Art


Make a chain of any amount. the amount is not going to matter as this is just a practice swatch. I am going to work my first cluster in the 5th chain from the hook. this first amount of chain will count as a double crochet. we’re going to count back one, two, three, four, and in the fifth chain, I am going to work my first cluster. I am going to start off like a regular double crochet. I am going wrap the yarn over the hook,leave the reamaing two loops on your hook. Wrap the yarn over put it back through the loop, wrap the yarn over and pull it back through the loop. Wrap the yarn over, pull it back through the loop. pull the yarn through two loops. I have three remaining on my hook. Wrap the yarn over and pull through all three loops and this creates our first cluster. Now I am going to chain two and work a second cluster in the same chain. Put the hook through the loop, wrap the yarn over, pull it through the loop, leave the last two loops on the hook. Wrap the yarn over, pull through the loop. Wrap the yarn over, pull through the loop. wrap the yarn over and pull through all three remaining loops. and I ahve completed my first cluster v stitch. Now I am going to skip two chains and work a cluster v stitch in the next chain. Chain two and work another cluster stitch in the same chain. I’ve completed two cluster v stitches.There are two chains between each stitch. One chain for the actual stitch which makes the multiple three. So for each cluster you want to add on, you will add on three stitches. I am skipping two chains and I am going to work my next stitch in the next chain. Chain two. Now I am going to complete the second part of my stitch. Starting off with the first part of a double crochet. pull through two loops leave two remaining on the hook. Wrap the the yarn over, put the hook through the loop wrap the yarn over pull through two loops, there are three loops on the hook. Wrap the yarn over pull through all three loops to complete a cluster. Skip two chains. Now we’ll work our first cluster. Put the hook through the loop. wrap the yarn over pull through two loops. We will leave these two loops on the hook. Wrap the yarn over, put the hook through the loop Wrap the yarn over pull it through. Wrap the yarn over pull through two loops, there are three loops on your hook. Wrap the yarn over and pull through all three loops. Chain two. Work the second part of the cluster v stitch. Put the the hook through the loop. Wrap the yarn over and pull through two loops, there are two loops on the hook. wrap the yarn over the hook. Put the the hook through the loop. Wrap the yarn over put it through the hook, wrap the yarn over adn pull back through the loop. pull through two loops. Wrap the yarn over pull through loop wrap the yarn over and pull through all three loops. Skip two chains and work the stitch in the next chain. Chain two. Work another cluster in that same stitch. I want to skip my last two chains and work a double crochet in the last chain. I want to end with an even edge and thats why I am working a doulble crochet. Now chain three and turn. Work a cluster v stitch in the chain two loop, and it will be created the same way. Work the first part of the stitch, chain two, and work the second part of the stitch, still working the same chain two space. And you copmplete the first stitch and the first chain three counts as a double crochet. Work the same stitch through the center of the next stsitch, or space, and this is what I am calling a space. A very generic term in crochet which can menaa lot of different things. this is a space. right here this could be considered a space. But this is the space we are working in right now, the chain two space. we’ll work the next tstitch through this chain two space. Chain two. Work the second part of the stitch. Now work through the chain two space of the next stitch. This will make a nice afghan, baby afghan, full size afghan for summer. It will also make a pretty scarf. Chain two. Now we over to the edge and I am going to work my last stitch which is a double crochet in the beginning chain. you will continue on with this pattern for the remainder of the length of your project. that completes five

98 thoughts on “How to Crochet knit ENGLISH Easy Cluster Stitch Blanket Afghan Free Online Class Art

  1. THANK YOu very much for sharing your. talent to us. i'm so inspired making a throw pillow. you're so great and do hope that more designs will be coming out. thank you and God bless you

  2. If I wanted to do a triangular shawl would you suggest starting at the bottom and increasing to starting at the top and decreasing?

  3. I would start at the bottom and increase. Increase stitches look nicer than decrease stitches. If you need to modify and work in extra stitches, you can easily double your increase stitches

  4. If you are making a baby blanket, you will work a chain of 125-150. Anything larger will be a chain of 180-240 or larger.

  5. Umm.. this might be a stupid question but, in the video you said it would make a nice summer afghan. Is there a tighter stitch that's better to use?

  6. I find that when you voice the movements I talk out loud as well when I talk myself into doing each stitch. There is also a different method another youtuber posted but yours makes sense for the pattern I want to make but need to switch up from how its written. for a more finished end, another youtuber posted that she single crocheted the first chain. Would this be okay to do? I just don't want to start over again because the pattern calls for 51 chains for the shawl.

  7. If you use a smaller hook, the stitches will be tighter together. If you use a larger hook, the stitches will be looser for a lighter weight blanket. Some are concerned about the holes made with a looser stitch. When you cover up with an afghan even with larger holes, it will keep you warm.

  8. can you possibly make a tutorial for the leg warmers on this link? They are so cute. Ive tried and tried, but cant seem to do it. I would appreciate it so much for the help!!! Thank you!! <3

    crochetncrafts. com/crochet/babypicotlegwarmers .html
    (I left spaces between because it would not let me post a link)

  9. GRACIAS MIL GRACIAS POR EXPLICAR TODO LOS PUNTOS TAN BIEN…MILES DE BENDICIONES AMIGA Y FELICIDADES…..MARIA ELENA

  10. ****I wanted to make the chain but didn't know how many multiples to work the beginning chain after many trials….it's a multiple of 6….chain 8 and add 6 to that number….14…add 6 20….add 6….keep going until it's the size you want it to be…hope this helps

  11. Seems like if you do groups of 3 and make it as long as u want than just add 2, that should be right for the initial chain. Also I am making my puff stitches with 3 dc instead of 2, makes it fuller. Thanks for this tutorial it is great. I am using a 5.5mm hook. I even thought of using 2 contrasting yarns at the same time.

  12. I must say that this is my favorite stitch ever! It is so beautiful! I'm currently making a blanket (queen size) with this stitch. I did however alter it slightly. I only chain 1 in the "V" and I only skip 1 chain instead of 2. I also started with a chainless single crochet foundation. I have very tight tension that's why I altered it. This stitch is almost a double crochet decrease, but not quite. I think you created this stitch if I'm not mistaken. I've looked everywhere on the Internet and can't find it anywhere else! Thank you for this!

  13. making this blanket for my son , due in august! I realized I made the length too long and I am wondering if there is any way to make shorter without starting all over again. 

  14. thank you for this video, im a newbie in crocheting and it helped a lot. you got yourself a new subscriber! 🙂

  15. Thank you so much for taking it slow. You are very thorough in your explanation of what you are doing. I am going to use this pattern to make my daughter a scarf 🙂 Thanks again for helpin us beginners!

  16. hi, i made a blanket with your help, however i am considering doing a border. however, i have no idea how to start some single crochets along the edges to make a border. i was wondering if you could show how to add the single crochets along the sides, or show how you would make a border for this blanket?

  17. You are a good teacher. My only complaint is that the words block the view of the stitches sometimes.

  18. i love it, I am doing this and i wanted to make a blanket I changed the colors after about 10 rows, and then add another color after those 10 rows, but worried now, that it looks more like a scar, is there a way I can do something to add and join so it wider?? Please I have already started?

  19. no se tu idioma, eres tan encantadora que si, puedo realizar mis prendas tan bellas, muchas gracias los subtítulos y cámara lenta es lo mejor gracias

  20. Can I use a Bernat 6 super bulky yarn and if so does that change the amount I do on chain? or still do multiple of 3 till I get my desired length?

  21. I like the yarn and the stitches are beautiful but sometimes it's hard to follow because the work drops below the camera. it would work better if it was a little further away maybe an inch or two so you could see the whole stitches

  22. Using a DK weight wool and a 4.o size hook, how many chains are needed for a blanket of 36 inches wide. do you need to add any chains onto the multiples of 3 for the start and finish?

  23. thank you for this wonderful pattern. I was looking for an easy pattern as I am a beginner and this is perfect for the project. Keep up the good work for those of us 'newbies'

  24. I first saw this video almost five years ago. It taught me to crochet. I have been working on my very first blanket for nearly five years, and I'm about to finish this KING SIZED blanket! My question is, can you tell me or post a link on how to finish off the blanket? Finish it off with a row of single crochet? I'd just like to see it done or have it explained to me since I've made it this far. Wouldn't want to mess it up at the very end.

  25. The instructions were good but, the camera was too close to stitches and as you worked stitches the camera had a hard time getting a clear focus. Need to move back just a tad. Thanks for the instructions.

  26. I refuse to watch your video because it comes on the screen that I am watching, while I am trying to watch someone make stitches. Ordinarily, I would watch your video next anyway, but because the video that I happened to be watching at the time was interrupted, not a chance.

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