Choose your own adventure with this customizable beginner crochet blanket pattern. This will guide you through the entire project, but this pattern is so flexible, you can switch things up with any yarn, any stitch, and any size you'd like.
It's a wonderful way to use up scrap yarn you have laying around, and can be worked in pieces at your leisure. There are endless color combinations!
Choose your own adventure with this customizable beginner crochet blanket pattern. My step-by-step instructions will guide you through the entire project, but this pattern is so flexible, you can switch things up with any yarn, any stitch, and any size you'd like. It's a wonderful way to use up scrap yarn you have laying around (I recommend using at least 5 different colors if you want them to alternate nicely), and can be worked in pieces at your leisure. There are endless color combinations!
Jagged Scrap Yarn Afghan
For this project you will need: HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US YARN: All the scrap yarn colors were worsted weight yarn 4 ply US, 10 ply AU Also the Off white color I used in between as well. I was able to get 10 rows of Off white before I had to change to a new skein. I used 2 and a 1/2 skeins of it, but I didn’t make a border. If you wish to, then I would grab a third. I didn’t want to use much of this color because it's a scrap yarn afghan and don't want you to have to go get more yarn. About the color pattern Since this pattern uses scrap yarn, I won't be telling you which colors to use. I used this color wheel to help me organize my color choices. I've never been a fan of the mixed color of scrap yarn afghans so I decided to do mine in a more organized fashion starting with my Maroons, Reds, Oranges, Browns, Yellows, Golds, Greens, Blues, Purples, Pinks and back to the beginning of the color list. Feel free to go with what feels right to you. This Jagged Scrap yarn afghan is made using a stitch I discovered while playing around with yarn. I don't know why all my discovered stitches mostly use two stitches to create and this one is no different. Lol. But other than the butterfly stitch this one is surely the most easiest one to recreate! Let me take you step by step on how to make this stitch so you can use it in making your own scrap yarn afghan to use up some of your left over wool.
Double Strand Scrap Blanket
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.
Happy Lark Scrap Blanket
Sigh. There's something about a crochet scrap blanket that I just love. Taking bits and pieces of yarn leftover from other projects and crocheting them into something beautiful just makes my heart sing. A New Year awaits. Full of possibility. It's time to cleanse my life of the baggage and extra things to make my journey into the new year light and free. And even though these bits of string don't seem like much, sometimes they speak of unfinished business. Maybe they hold me back. Or maybe it's something completely different: like they beckon me to a far off adventure! This year we're making another crochet scrap blanket together! I'm so excited!
Quick Scrap Yarn Baby Blanket
What to do with all those piles of scrap yarn collecting in the scrap box ? We all have a box that has some or ever more than some balls of yarn from previous completed crochet blankets. Here is a quick baby blanket pattern for the use if all those scrap balls around the house. Start your pattern of with your smallest ball of scrap yarn and add your bigger balls of yarn as you go along. Pattern Information Yarn 100 % Cotton scrap balls Approx Skeins 15 x 120m skeins Crochet Hook : 4mm (G-6) Pattern written in : US terms Finished Size : 105 cm x 80 cm
Tried and True Beginner Blanket
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.
Crochet Scrap Blanket
A crochet scrap blanket is meant to use up your scrap yarn that you don't have a particular use for. This blanket uses corner to corner stitches and seaming together to create a beautiful chevron pattern. Use all the colors you have in your yarn stash to make this colorful throw blanket. First, make strips of corner to corner in varying colors. Last, sew the strips together to make the chevron pattern. It is a great mindless project!