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24 Free Crochet Patterns for Striped Blankets

I used Vinnis Nikkim 100% cotton in a double knit. I worked a total of 200 rows by repeating the bands of stitches. You can crochet this striped blanket pattern in just two colors as well. You can easily customize this pattern to your liking and make it your own. This free crochet blanket pattern will allow you to make a lovely crocheted afghan.

Frilly stripedcrochet pillow cover free patternfrom Lazy Hobbyhopper. Crochet summer beanie free patternfrom @crochet_stuff. The rows of peach yarn separate the different bold colors that make up the stripes of this pretty crochet hat. It’s designed as a summer hat but really works for any season, especially if you switch up the color palette.

♥ These 15 balls are enough to make a single bed size blanket with a finished size of approximately 4ft x 6ft / 120 cm x 180 cm. Repeat above color changes 2 times, tenille arts husband and end with 6 rows Grey Heather, 9 rows White, 6 rows Grey Heather. I like that she made this blanket wide enough that she did not need to add a border.

I am currently making one and having a little trouble with the star row. At the end of the first stripe of the star, do I close the “eye” before the hdc in the last stitch? Thank you so much for kindly sharing this pattern, it’s so detailed and easy to follow! Am making a doll version 😉 to see if I could do it, and I can. With new color, dc across as instructed in the original Catharine wheel instructions.

And so now I’m teaching my 2 granddaughters and my daughter to crochet and sew they are 33, 8 and 5. You will change colors every 2 rows. You won’t fasten off but will drop the yarn to pick up later. The yarn will be carried loosely along the side of your work and get concealed once you add the border. You will also need to purchase extra yarn if you make a bigger size.

Oh my goodness I love following you. I learned how to crochet when I was like 7 to 9. Problem being I only knew a Sc stitch and I’m guessing a dbl crochet stitch. And I had a neighbor we called Aunt Ruby she taught me to sew. We made a pieces quilt which I still have.

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