Welcome back everyone to a new post and pattern here on my blog.
So scrolling into one of my oldest videos , I found that I made the granny rectangle tutorial that I have filmed and decided why not make a blanket pattern from it as it is a very easy pattern and doable within few days, so I started this blanket and here as always I am sharing it with you so you can create something easy, fun and quick, whether for a gift or for yourself.
The good thing about this blanket that the width and length doesn't depend on how many chains you do but how much bigger you want it to be, you can control it.
You'll find below the videos of how to make rectangle granny square part 1 and 2 and also how I made this blanket for your reference.
Head on to the written pattern and let me know what you think 😊
CROCHET HOOK SIZE
32 Rows: 56cm/99 cm
cluster: 3 double crochet in the ch or in the space.
Dc: double crochet
Row 1: in the fourth ch from the hook, make 2dc, sk 2, 3dc in the next ch. Repeat sk2, 3 dc in the next ch until the end of the row..
Row 2: is the lower side of the initial chain. In the same ch as your last 3dc, ch2, 3dc,ch2,3dc. Opposite the next cluster, 3dc, 3dc in every space where you previously worked your initial clusters. Once you reach the end of the row, ch 2,3dc,ch2 join to the beginning cluster.
Row3: ch3, in the next space,make a cluster, cluster in every space till you reach the corner, ( 3dc,ch2,3dc) all in the corner,repeat same in the next corner, cluster again in every space, repeat process till the end of the row.
Repeat row 3 till width required obtained or till row 30 for a baby blanket.
The corners are always worked the same way ( 3dc,ch2,3dc) there will always be 4 corners in every row which will never change,whether in numbers or place.
Clusters mean 3dc in the space , these are always worked in the spaces between previous clusters.
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