The Easy Waves Crochet Blanket Pattern provides a repetitive pattern while relaxing. This piece of fabric is textured with a fun and easy pattern. You can made it a more fun modern piece by using a fun, bold color of yarn. This blanket sample is made in a baby size, although we have made it easy to adjust sizes with the multiples given below. As a little refresher, multiples are used for example as many groups of 2 chain stitch to your desired length plus 1 for the turning chain or any even/odd number you desire.
Who doesn’t love the feeling of curling up with a cup of coffee or tea during a chilly morning? Add a book and this beautiful throw to complete the scene, and you will be all set. This Golden Waves Throw Free Crochet Pattern is intricate and sophisticated. It is amazingly reversible, looking the same on both sides. It’s easy to customize. To make a wider throw, add more chains to the beginning chain for each additional column of “waves” desired. Similarly, to make a narrower throw, subtract chains from the beginning chain. You can use use any color you want for this throw. You’ll love the cushy coziness of this one color throw. Thanks Marianne Forrestal from Red Heart for sharing the wonderful free crochet pattern.The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
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Teal blanket yarn works perfectly with this wave crochet pattern to create a peaceful, ocean vibe for this Teal Waves Crochet Blanket. Wave stitches can be fun to crochet, you just have to develop a rhythm of sorts to keep track of which stitch you’re using. The upside is if you use the wrong stitch, it will quickly become very obvious when your waves don’t line up! This Teal Waves Crochet Blanket is definitely one of my favorite afghan projects to date!
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.
- Designed by Lisa Rollins
This great, repetitive blankie is such great project, that you can do without even thinking about it! In other words, it’s perfect to take your mind off things, and the wavy pattern is very eye pleasing and soothing, so great for a baby blankie.
PHOTOS by Lisa Rollins / Ravelry.com
"This small baby blanket is a new twist on the basketweave stitch except it is done in groups of 10 so that it looks like blocks. After the second row, you really don't need to do much counting as you will just keep doing the stitches in groups of 10s. You must know how to work around the post as the stitches used are front post double crochet or back post double crochet and regular double crochet. You will enjoy making this blanket in a variegated yarn or a plain color."