Using the classic chevron pattern, I designed this solid color lapghan that you can work up quickly and keep your lap warm when working at a desk or sitting in your favorite chair. It is also a wonderful pattern to work for someone who is in a wheelchair and doesn't need the full size afghan. I decided to use the peephole chevron stitch for this pattern because I wanted something with more drape and that felt a little more open. Since I was using one color and a super soft yarn, I wanted to have those peepholes in the pattern to give it a bit of interest.
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Easy Peephole Chevron Blanket
The chevron stitch is a trendy (sometimes infuriating) pattern in the crochet world. When it comes to the chevron stitch, there are many different variations using different stitches. In today's tutorial, I'm going to show you how to crochet this easy, Peephole Chevron Crochet Blanket. This is a free crochet pattern using double crochet stitches in the back loop only to create a beautiful texture. This lightweight baby blanket would be the perfect baby shower gift and you're going to love working on it. Also, this chevron stitch is one of the EASIEST variations out there because it requires NO decreasing! "
Easy Cross Stitch Crochet Lap Blanket
This Easy Cross-Stitch Crochet Lap Blanket is an excellent project to have at a joyful 4th of July celebration. Made with comfortable worsted weight yarn and worked into an eye-catching texture, you'll be amazed at how soft and warm this little crochet blanket will feel. Once completed, you can easily keep it at home or use it to keep warm at an exciting Independence Day fireworks show. With so many possibilities, this cute crochet lapghan is sure to be a great project for whatever you decide to use it for. Find out how easy it is to make with this free pattern and you'll have your own crochet lap blanket in no time!
Wheelchair Lapghan Pattern
This easy crochet pattern is a nice gesture to make for nursing homes for those in wheel chairs. Worsted weight yarn was used to keep this blanket nice and cozy. This will keep you or a friend warm. Use a favorite color for a great personalized gift, or use a mix of colors for a fun spark of color.
Unforgettable Hazel Birthday Blanket Lapghan
Unforgettable Hazel 100th Birthday Blanket/Lapghan designed as a birthday gift for my husbands Nanny. Wheelchair sized lapghan blanket crochet pattern. Lightweight, and soft, lots of texture from the variety of crochet stitches used, and beautiful roving colour changes from the Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable acrylic yarn in Tidal, you will need 3 skeins for this project. This yarn will give the blanket a lovely silky feel and a gorgeous drape that will not overwhelm whoever you want to make it for.
Grandma's Lap Blanket
This blanket is crocheted using the Trinity Stitch and the finished fabric does not have any large spaces or holes. Grandma’s Textured Lap Blanket is warm, soft and sized to fit a lap comfortably.The finished blanket used 2 balls of Caron Big Cakes and a 5 mm (H) hook. The finished size is approximately 29 inches by 39 inches.
You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern - just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size of your project will also be different.
Crochet Lap Blanket Pattern
Are you looking for an amazing lap blanket pattern? This crochet lap blanket is the perfect choice for winter to warm yourself. This blanket involves one, double, and half crochet stitches. So, it's stress-free even for a beginner crochet crafter to work on this blanket. You can also find out and download the pattern online to customize this blanket in your desired way. Luckily! This blanket pattern is washable in the machine.
Ferguson Lap Blanket
The Ferguson Lap Blanket crochet pattern uses the same amazing, textured stitch combo as the Ferguson Hat and Scarf patterns. This lovely stitch combo makes a gorgeous lap blanket to make for yourself or gift to a friend! Make it any size you want with easy stitch multiples! All of my patterns are thoroughly tested by experienced pattern testers and fellow designers to ensure you get a pattern that is easy to read and follow. All of my patterns are in american terms.