52 thoughts on “How to make a Crochet Blanket Tutorial #CrochetGeek

  1. OMG your nails match your hook!!!! aren't you cute! ^_^
    and i love the pattern and that yarn is real nice too ! got a new idea! thanks again, you always give such great tutorials!

  2. thank you for showin how to do the foudation single crochet…i've seen it done on different crocheted items, but never could figure out how to do it…i usually do the single crochet stitch chain,then do a row of double stitches,but won't that foundation stitch row save tons of time…when i get some more yarn,i intend on practicing…because i believe once you know how to do the foundation(or knkowing the basics) you can build on that…

  3. This is a great video! I finally understand the foundation single crochet! And, this is an adorable scarf idea! Thank you for all of your videos!

  4. Not to speak for Teresa but she usually has the video up first, then the written instructions will be posted as soon as she can. Teresa has to juggle many balls (of yarn, tee-hee) every day to do all that she does for the crochet world. 🙂

  5. You make everything look so easy!! I bet I have to "frog"" a few dozen times before I finally get it but I won't give up til I have it down pat. Such an unusual pattern!!!

  6. I very much appreciate the teachings of their videos, I do not speak English but I learned a lot watching them like I should tell you that I made a dress for baby, a pair of shoes, a few stitches and really is so simple that I can imagine if you understood the verbal explanation Thanks again and God bless =). Sorry for the comment I translated it into google and do not know if I understand. Thanks.

  7. I love all your videos, I also love the nail color in this one!! 🙂

    I recently used your foundation chain instructions, worked out great, only I made it a little too tight. I'll work on that…but I love it already and will be using that a LOT for future projects! Thank you!

  8. I don't know how to explain it, but since I was 7 (I'm 46) My crochet was backwards and it was almost like knitting. You taught me to crochet properly and my work gets so many compliments. I can never, ever thank you enough.

  9. I made this as a scarf but i would like to know what kind of hat will match with this, thanks for this amazing videos!!!

  10. Now I want to make this as a belt with a flower on one end and a hook to stick the flower on the other end, any ideas? thanks

  11. What is the multiple on this? I would like to make an afgan. So would i just go from 27 like it is here to say 100 and add seven, to make it even?

  12. Thanks for sharing I've been looking for a tut on this stitch for weeks I saw a pic and have been trying to learn it on my own for the past two days then I saw you post this on fb I will share a pic with you when Im finished with my project thanks again Teresa 😉
    by the way what is ths stitch called?

  13. Teresa, I plan to do a queen size bed cover – could you tell me how many stitches I need to start with? Thank you. Your video is very easy to follow, even though the pattern looks too scary complicated to even try!!!

  14. Excellent! I'm looking for a different pattern for a baby afghan….this will work quite nicely! I have your blog bookmarked….I'll send you pics!

  15. this is awesome, I subscribed to you because you are very patient on teaching how and slow down the video so we can actually get it, thanks so much

  16. tjw1963 hai. I assume from your username , you are 48, 49 this year. wow!!! that was super excellent. you are just like my mum, great in doing crochet. and she is also 49 this year. I would like to know how long did you take to become master like this? im doing it, and I spent 2 hours for doing this 5 rows only and u spent only like approx 20 minutes. This is my first time doing a crochet project. And I love your passion so much, you are such a great crochet teacher.

  17. @tjw1963 hai. I assume from your username , you are 48, 49 this year. wow!!! that was super excellent. you are just like my mum, great in doing crochet. and she is also 49 this year. I would like to know how long did you take to become master like this? im doing it, and I spent 2 hours for doing this 5 rows only and u spent only like approx 20 minutes. This is my first time doing a crochet project. And I love your passion so much, you are such a great crochet teacher. You are so patient too.

  18. love this pattern. started it with variegated yarn found out really fast that was a bad idea. after changing to a different yarn it turn out great.

  19. Sorry – this has probably been asked already – is this pattern suitable for a knee rug? How many foundation stitches should I do and how many balls of wool would I need approximately?

  20. Oh sorry – my 'Australianism' – a knee rug is a rug/blanket you might put over your knees when you're sitting on the couch at home and it's a bit cold – so like a small blanket. I think I will give this pattern a go. Thanks:)

  21. in the beginning, I just can't see which two loops you put it through, so this is a hard pattern for beginners or maybe its the yarn? I find it hard to follow 😛

  22. U didn't read all the comments, so I'm not sure it was mentioned but you call it a double crochet cluster, isn't it double crochet 2 together?

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