If you want to learn how to crochet and have a nice output at the same time, you better checkout this chunky blanket. It’s a really easy project that even beginners can finish. Aside from that, the pattern you’ll be receiving has lots of tips and photos to guide you as you work.
Are you looking for something spectacular? This amazing eye-catching blanket is easy to make and will give you lots of fun! Each rectangle hue can represent your everyday mood. That's how we explain the name! If you are not particularly moody, you can treat this blanket as a way to use up yarn scraps. A pretty one, we might add! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.
If you've never tried making this beautiful crochet afghan in the pictures below, you have to give it a go! It's absolutely gorgeous and will be a stunning addition to your home, no matter if you want it to be in your living room or bedroom.
I have been teaching beginners (read: novice/first time crocheters) to crochet for a couple of years. My favorite projects are any that include a super bulky yarn and a 15 mm hook. Why? These projects can be started and finished in one class and the beginner can leave with a hat on their head (or a cowl around their neck). I designed this blanket with the true beginner in mind. Maybe you took a class, or a friend taught you the single crochet. You’ve made a stack of hats, but you want more! This is the project for you. You will learn the four basic stitches and how to work in rows (working in rows is a beginner skill, but I don't like teaching it for a first time crocheter). I have added notes here and there to help guide you and give you an understanding on the basics of pattern-reading. I have also included a full photo tutorial for each stitch to help you along your way.
Whether you have a ton of yarn you'd like to use up or you want to make a mindless, colorful blanket, you're going to love the Double Strand Scrap Blanket. This free crochet pattern is easy, beginner friendly, and works up fairly quickly for a blanket. This pattern holds double strands throughout the entire blanket but I'll give you tips on how to work with multiple strands along the way. There are also tips within the pattern on how to truly make this scrap blanket your own and really use up the scraps you have in your stash.