I had some luxury and chunky pure wool yarn in hand, just couldn’t help crocheting a puffy and cozy baby blanket to pair with one of my favorite crochet amigurumi designs. Here’s the woolly love baby blanket.
Materials: ( I used )
6 mm crochet hook
Chunky weight yarn: flamme pure wool- cream,brown shades (800 gr for the sample – stroller size/ 50 gr or 50m per skein)
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Note: I used chainless starting dc for every first dc of each row/round instead of ch 3. There’s another good crochet technique to use is ch 2, dc into same stitch ( counted as 1st dc). In the pattern below you’ll see I simply state dc into 1st stitch for every first dc of each row/round, so just choose your best technique 🙂
This crochet woolly love baby blanket is an easy and free-size pattern, decrease or increase the foundation chain for sizing. (Blanket size chart for your reference here)
Special stitch used: 2dc-V stitch ( 2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc into same stitch or space )
Skill level: Easy
Gauge: cluster of stitches ( dc, 2dc-V stitch ) x 2 rows approximately 1.5 inches
Make a multiples of 6 foundation chain + 3 chain
R1: dc into 3rd chain from hook ( first 2 chain doesn’t count as 1st dc ), skip 2 chain, 2dc-V stitch into next chain, skip 2 chain, *dc into next chain, skip 2 chain, 2dc-V stitch into next chain, skip 2 chain* repeat ** across, end with 1 dc into last chain, turn.
R2: 3 dc into first stitch, *skip 2 sts, dc into next ch1-space, skip 2 sts, 2dc-V stitch into next dc ( the dc of previous row )*, repeat ** across, end with 3 dc into last stitch, turn.
R3: dc into 1st stitch, *skip 2 sts, 2dc-V stitch into next dc ( the dc of previous row ), skip 2 sts, dc into next ch1-space* repeat ** across, end with 1 dc into last stitch, turn.
Repeat R2 and R3 alternately untill you reach your desirable length. Crochet border around with sc ( 3 sc into each corner ).
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