This one is an old pattern from a tutorial I posted last year. Originally, this pattern was posted in my old blog, but I inadvertently deleted it when I closed the website. The pattern was recently requested, so I’ve typed it up and here it is!

You really can use any yarn size and hook you want, but here is what used:

Yarn: #2 Sports Yarn

Hook: G, 4.25 mm
Additional materials: Scissors, and yarn needle.

Sizing:

You can make this blanket in any size you want. Your initial chain will need to measure the width you want your blanket to be. Here are a few commonly used blanket sizes: 

Size             Inches            Centimeters

Baby            30 x 35            75 x 90 

Toddler            45 x 50            115 x 125

Throw            50 x 65            125 x 165   

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The pattern is worked in multiples of 10 + 1.  Chain as many stitches as you need in order to reach the desired width measurement of your blanket. The width measurement does not include the border. The border is optional, and will add additional width and length to your blanket.

Abbreviations:

CH – Chain                                                   SK – Skip stitch

SC –  Single Crochet                                   BPDC – Back Post Double Crochet

DC – Double Crochet                                 FPTC – Front Post Triple Crochet

FPDC – Front Post Double Crochet         BPTC – Back Post Triple Crochet

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Row 1: CH 2, turn your work around. DC into the 3rd stitch from your hook, and into every stitch of the row. .  

Row 2: CH 2, turn your work around. FPDC, FPDC, DC (refer to photo 3), SK, SK, FPTC, FPTC. Go back to the 2 skipped stitches, and BPTC into each of the 2 posts. DC (refer to photo 4), FPDC, FPDC. 

Repeat Row 2 until you complete the row. Then DC into the space between the last posts of the row, and the chain space (refer to photo 5). 

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Row 3: CH 2, turn your work around. BPDC, BPDC, DC (into the DC of the previous row). BPDC, BPDC, BPDC, BPDC, DC (into the DC of the previous row). BPDC, BPDC. 

Repeat Row 3 until you complete the row. Then DC into the space between the last posts of the row, and the chain space (refer to photo 5).


Row 4: Ch 2, turn your work around. FPDC, FPDC, DC, FPDC, FPDC, FPDC, FPDC, DC, FPDC, FPDC.

Repeat Row 4 until you complete the row. Then DC into the space between the last posts of the row, and the chain space

Row 5: Repeat Row 3.

Repeat Rows 1-5 until you complete the desired length of the blanket. Do not cut your yarn unless you want the border in a different color.  If you switch colors, weave in your ends before beginning on the Border. 

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Round 1: Ch 1. SC  into the top side stitch (next to your last DC). SC into every stitch along the side of the blanket. SC 5 into the corner stitch, then SC into every stitch along the bottom of the blanket. SC 5 in the corner stitch, then SC into every stitch along the right side of the blanket. SC 5 in the corner stitch, then SC into every stitch along the top of the blanket. SC 4 in the corner stitch. Slip stitch into the top of the first stitch to close the round. 

Round 2: CH 1, SC 3 into corner. Then SC into every stitch along the side. SC 3 into the corner stitch, then SC into every stitch along the bottom of the blanket. SC 3 in the corner stitch, then SC into every stitch along the right side of the blanket. SC 3 in the corner stitch, then SC into every stitch along the top of the blanket. Slip stitch into the top of the first stitch to close the round. 

Repeat Round 2 until you complete the desired width for your border. 

Cut your yarn, weave in ends, and you are finished! 


For questions or comments on this pattern, please contact Atenas at: atenas@modebespoke.com

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Atenas

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