Not all snuggly and gorgeous blankets are complicated. Take this blanket for example, this is this knit looking snuggle blanket that even beginners can make! It uses simple stitches and a special stitch that creates a beautiful drape and a nice texture.
To make this blanket, you only have to repeat a single row pattern.
"Crochet Baby Blanket patterns are one of my favorite things to make. There are so many Crochet Stitch variations you can try out for making a crocheted blanket. They really work up fast and if you use a Blanket yarn, Chunky or Bulky yarn , then you can whip up one in no time at all. Today am sharing a Quick and easy Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern with Moss Stitch. The moss stitch is similar to Single Crochet with a slight variation. It is worked with chains between single crochet stitches. I have used Blanket Yarn. I love working with these soft chunky yarns. They make these blankets so soft and snuggly. These Snuggly crochet baby blankets are the perfect things to make for newborn babies or baby shower gifts. Materials Used:- Blanket Yarn - Green and Light Brown 7mm Crochet Hook"
The Iris stitch is a very pretty stitch with a nice drape. It is perfect for a shawl, poncho, blanket or a throw. The stitch looks nice as a solid, and it has a stunning effect when worked in stripes. This Iris Stitch Free Crochet Pattern creates a texture that's elegant and beautiful and with an excellent drape. It is simple to do and works up fast. There is only a one row repeat and beyond the foundation row, all your stitches are placed in spaces and not in a stitch. It is so relaxing and easy to memorize. It looks great paired with basic stitches as an accent and pretty much any other project you can dream up. Thanks Wietske Meindertsma, The Unraveled Mitten and Happy Berry Crochetfor sharing these free patterns. The links for the free patterns are provided below photos. Happy crocheting.
"The glorious springtime blanket is another version of the new springtime soft shells crochet blanket pattern. Change up the crochet edge to create a completely different look. This pattern also uses two versions of the v stitch to achieve a beautiful look and feel. This pattern is a four-row repeat to create the luxurious crochet pattern.Each row is starts with a Chainless starting stitch. For instance, use the Chainless Double Crochet rather than a Chain 3. Use the Chainless Single Crochet rather than a Chain 1.The foundational row uses the No Chain Double Crochet rather than a chain of stitches and row of double crochet. For your convenience, here is a video on the No Chain Double Crochet Stitch. Use Stitch Markers after each four-row repeat. This will help be able to tell what row pattern you are on when you pick your work back up. There are video tutorials to help with the entire crochet pattern."
Crochet is know to be so soothing and has been proven to relieve stress. There is nothing better than sitting with a cup of hot coffee and crocheting your favorite crochet project. Crochet blankets are always a popular choice among crocheters , be a beginner or a experienced Crocheter. The crocheted blankets are so versatile. You can combine multiple crochet stitches and make a pretty textured crochet blanket. You can easily make them as small as you want, or as large as you want. Today am sharing the pattern for this Crochet Easy Shell Stitch Blanket. I just love the texture of this stitch. This pattern is very simple to work up. This stitch is made up of double crochets and single crochets worked up in a pattern. The Crochet shell stitch looks complicated, but its just a repeat of two rows and you end up with a beautiful crochet blanket. I have used variegated yarn for the blanket. I love how the color changes and you don't have to weave off the yarn ends in case of using different color yarn at end of every row. You can use this easy Crochet shell stitch pattern to also make a Placemat Tablemat or a full sized crochet afghan blanket or a crochet throw. Materials Used:- 8 Ply Cotton Variegated Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook Size:- 30 inches- Customizable to any size
Chain 140 (If you want a smaller or larger blanket, just make sure you chain in even numbers) Row 1: DC in 4th ch from hook. DC in each stitch to the last stitch. Ch 3. Turn. Row 2: Skip first stitch and DC in next stitch. DC in stitch just skipped. Repeat until 2 stitches remain. DC in last stitch. Ch 3. Turn. Row 3: Repeat row 2. Row 4: DC in next stitch and each stitch across. Repeat rows 2-4 until desired length. Mine measured about 36”.