Cuddle up and read your favorite book while tucked into this warm crochet mermaid tail blanket. The pattern is a simple design of single crochet and double crochet stitches, with strategic decreasing that creates the tail shape. This free crochet pattern is written for three sizes (child, teen, and adult). It is available as a written pattern as well as a video tutorial.
This is a redesign of the very popular Mystic Mermaid Cocoon by B.hooked Crochet published in 2015. Now you can crochet the most popular crochet mermaid tail pattern in baby, toddler, child, teen and adult sizes! Bernat POP! yarn really brings out a sense of uniqueness to every mermaid tail. Use Blue Blaze to get a classic mermaid tail or try gold rush river for a bright and bold look! You may also substitute any "cake" style yarn for this pattern.
The Cuddle Up Dinosaur Blanket features the corner to corner stitch and a roaring good time! Crochet one for your own little wild one with this crochet pattern on Moogly! With this pattern, it's all too easy to see the possibilities! Change up the colors, and you'll go from dino to Cuddle Up Dragon Blanket! Change up the spike colors, use color-changing yarn, your imagination is the limit. And it's a great accompaniment to the Cuddle Up Unicorn Blanket! I used the Corner to Corner or C2C stitch, aka the box stitch to create most of the pieces for this design. But if you're not a fan, don't fret! You can simply make the Body and Head with simple rows of double crochet, or your own chosen stitch. Just work to the dimensions for each piece given!
This surprisingly simple crochet mermaid tail blanket is made using almost entirely double crochet stitches, including some worked in the back loop only. The ruffles at the top add a creative flair to the design and also help to keep you comfy as you use the blanket. This free crochet blanket pattern is made using self-striping yarn. It comes in five sizes for all ages, and it is available as both a written pattern and a video tutorial. It begins with a magic ring, and there are links to tutorials for those who aren't familiar with starting in the round using that technique.
This week on the blog there has been a Fishing Net Blanket and a Mermaid Baby blanket, so let's keep that theme going with now a Marvelous Mermaid Tail Blanket. The Mermaid Blanket is designed for older children (about 3-12 years). This blanket is fun to make and bulky projects are quick projects too. Do you know of a little girl who would love to be a mermaid and can do that while being comfortable snuggled up reading a book or watching tv? The Mermaid Blanket uses basic crochet stitches to make this design.
Children of all ages enjoy playing dress up and imagining that they are someone else, and if they can become a magical character that only makes the activity more fun. This blanket is not only beautiful, but also allows the person wearing it to transform themselves into a mermaid complete with a fin that they can swish around. The pattern has instructions for three sizes so you can make this mermaid tail to fit a small child or an adult with a childlike imagination.