You'll love working up this No Beginning Chain Egg Blanket because you don't have to find the chain stitches. This beautiful crochet design is an easy crochet pattern that uses single crochet and double crochet stitches. The step-by-step crochet instructions are easy to follow, so get started on this free pattern today. This crochet blanket can be made in any size; five widths are given in the crochet pattern instructions.
This No Beginning Chain Crazy Block Afghan doesn't require finding chain stitches, even in the first row. The fun zig zag pattern makes this crochet blanket not only quick and easy, but also really fun and stylish. Work it up in five different sizes for every member of the family to enjoy at any time of year. This is definitely a new kind of crochet blanket to add to your collection just because it is so fun and unique.
Work up something new with this No Beginning Chain Basket Throw. Even though it uses bulky yarn, it's light for summer because of the chainless crochet. I bet this is one of the easy crochet blanket patterns that you've never tried before, because it's not like the rest of them. You don't start off with a typical chain stitch- you actually do the opposite! Find out what it means to make a crochet blanket with no beginning by following this tutorial.
"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."
"Depending on the height of the stitches used in the blanket design, you will need to make one or more single crochet stitches per each row along the side of your blanket. The bottom and top edges of your blanket only require you to crochet 1sc in each stitch, while the corner stitches will have 3sc to help carry over the yarn to the other side. Today I’m going to show you how to crochet a simple single crochet border for blankets that are made with double crochet stitches or have double crochet stitches at the end of the rows, such as the classic basketweave stitch or the gingham pattern."
This modern double crochet v-stitch chunky blanket is a wedding gift. I have had this Caron One Pound yarn in my stash for a while now. Thought it was time to get something made with it. The blanket had to be large enough to cover a queen sized bed. As you can see from the photo, it is large enough. Not too large though so that one or two people can snuggle under it. Additionally, this had to be warm enough to be the go-to blanket on our cold winter nights. Using two strands of yarn makes this a fun and chunky blanket. It also makes for a very warm blanket. I will miss having this cover me up while crocheting when it is below zero here this week. Brrrr. The double crochet stitch is a quick stitch to master and once the pattern is started, there is really little need to count. For me, this makes for a great crochet pattern to work on while watching movies. I think this is a great beginner stitch once you have mastered the double crochet stitch. It is always easy to see where you need to insert your hook in the previous row.