Wavy Blanket

Author

Stephanie Gage

Introduction

This is a blanket made by using very basic stitches. Perfect for a beginner or advanced crocheter!
It is also a project that can be done with very little concentration, making it perfect for tv nights, or if you want to chat with your fellow crocheters and knitters.


Materials List

Materials:
(Worsted weight yarn)
— Red, White, Blue Version —
Berroco Comfort (210 yards/skein)
(A) – 2 skeins – Color 9755: Red
(B) – 2 skeins – Color 9807: Natural/Undyed
(C) – 2 skeins – Color 9703: Denim/Blue

Shown Above is:

— Pink, Brown, White, Green Version —
Cascade Luna (82 yards/skein)
4 skeins – China Pink 709
4 skeins – Chocolate 705
4 skeins – White 701
4 skeins – Oxide Green

Size I (5.5mm) hook
Tapestry needle

Scissors

Finished Size

Crib size: 42×35 in.
To make it bigger, increase the number of chain stitches by 12 until desired size is reached.

Gauge

Not necessary to check your gauge. As long as you’re using a worsted weight or heavier, the blanket can be modified to a size you want.

Not too tight, not too loose!

Notes

Remember your turning chains!

General rule:
1 for Single Crochet (sc)
2 for Half Double Crochet (hdc)
3 for Double Crochet (dc)

4 for Triple Crochet (tr)

The Pattern

With color A, ch 136 (includes turning chain), turn.

Row 1 (set-up row):
– 2 sc, *2 hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr, 2 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc*
repeat from * to * to end of row.

Rows 2 – 3:
With color B, ch 3
Begin next stitch in the 5th stitch/space from the hook.
2 tr, *2 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc, 2 hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr*
repeat from * to * to end of row.

Rows 4 – 5:
With color C, ch 1
Begin next stitch in the 2nd stitch/space from hook.
– 2 sc, *2 hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr, 2 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc*
repeat from * to * to end of row.

Continue working rows 2 through 5 until desired length is reached; end with a row 5.

Last row:
With color A, ch 1
Begin next stitch in the 2nd stitch/space from hook.
– 2 sc, *2 hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr, 2 dc, 2 hdc, 2 sc*
repeat from * to * to end of row.

Finish off. Weave in ends.

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