This is a quick and fairly easy crochet Afghan pattern. Perfect for the fall this Afghan uses Sport weight yarn and still works up fast! The stitch used is a variation of the waffle stitch / side saddle stitch and I was first introduced to it while crocheting a Christening gown. I think the stitch makes for a really nice texture and drape for a lighter throw. I made a few of these in different color combinations and just love the ombre effect!
One thing every household needs? A good Waffle Stitch crochet blanket, that’s what! This waffle blanket pattern makes for a squishy, comfortable throw you can cuddle up under to read a good book, spend time with the family, or watch an episode of your favorite show. The waffle is one of my favorite crochet stitches for blankets. The way the waffle stitch pattern works up, it creates a thick, warm fabric – perfect for people that are always cold!
One of the best things about crochet is the number of different stitches you can use to create different items. Incorporating different stitches into your work is an easy way to add personality and detail. Today we are going to feature the Beautiful Waffle Stitch Free Crochet Patterns and Projects. The waffle stitch is great to have in your arsenal of different stitches. It has a beautiful texture and is great for a granny square pattern or even a crochet Blanket
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The Easy Ombre Baby Blanket uses one skein of Red Heart Yarn's Super Saver Ombre to achieve a wonderful color effect. A border of Red Heart Yarn's Soft yarn completes the project. The body of this blanket uses a V-stitch that is made up of double crochets and chains. The border uses single crochet, double crochet, and slip sts to give a lacy effect. This project works up approximately 29" square and makes a great baby shower gift.
I would like to share with you my latest creation – this little Double Waffle Crochet Baby Blanket. It turned out so soft and squishy with a beautiful spongy texture. I used the Double Waffle Crochet stitch and I love the texture it has created. I didn’t make any border around the blanket as I like it as it is. But I can imagine a simple border in white or even the same colour would look pretty cute too... Materials used: light worsted weight yarn and 4.5mm crochet hook.
"The Arcade Waffle Crochet Blanket is a combination of two beautiful stitches. The raised texture of the waffle stitch is balanced by the stunning look of an arcade stitch border. A while ago I figured out how to turn the arcade stitch into a blanket border. I just loved how it looked, but sadly it required a complex stitch count and would not work on many blankets. You need a stitch count of 6+3 on each side for the blanket for the border to work."