It’s finally ready! I’ve been working on this project for weeks and it is finally finished and ready for you to dive in! This blanket measures approximately 64 x 74 and is so fun to make!
3 Black Skeins of blanket yarn
3 white skeins of blanket yarn
1 P hook
1 plastic or metal yarn needles for weaving ends.
Some Yarn choices
Instructions – Want the PDF? Click HERE.
Blanket measures: 64 x 74 (yours may very slightly based on your gauge)
Use 3 skeins of each color, I used the Bernat Blanket yarn but you can substitute with any other chunky yarn that is comparable! Each large skein of the Bernat yarn is 258 yards, so you will need the equivalent of another size 6 yarn.
dc = yarn over, insert your hook, yarn over, pull through, yarn over and pull through 2 loops on the hook, yarn over, pull through remaining loops on the hook
Begin with a slip knot
Chain 96 (make sure the foundation chain isn’t too tight)
dc (double crochet) in the 3rd chain from the hook.
dc in each stitch for a total of 8 (the turning chain does not count)
skip 2 chains
8 dc (1 in each chain) and then dc 3 (3 double crochets in the same stitch) repeat until the end…
At the end of the row, you need an extra dc stitch. So you will have 8 plus 1 extra. chain 2 and turn your work.
dc in the first stitch and repeat.
Continue until you run out of yarn and cannot complete another section. Fasten off and weave in the ends with the yarn needle.
Enjoy your blanket!
Here is the full video tutorial!