Summer Seaside Blanket

I am so happy to share with you my very first crochet pattern I made awhile ago.


I must admit I was pretty scared to make my own pattern. I heard lots of stories about crochet designers that they were sued by another one because of the stealing patterns and also the rules when you can claim a pattern as your own etc. I was just simply intimidated by that.



One day I just woke up and just did it. I created my first blanket pattern. Since than I can't stop designing and my head is full of ideas.


This pattern also comes with YouTube video so if you are more a visual learner feel free to watch it right here.






If you'd like to get printable and ad free pattern, feel free to buy this pattern right here. If you prefer one of the familiar platforms, check my Ravelry or Etsy where you can also find this pattern.


I hope you will enjoy this pattern. It's super easy and once you get familiar with the order of the rows, you don't have to think about anything and just enjoying your crochet time.


So let's do it <3



What you need for this pattern:

• Yarn - I used 7 skeins of RED HEART super saver fleck 6oz/170g, worsted weight,

approx. 2100 m in total

• Hook - 5mm/US 8 H

• Scissors, Ruler min. 12inch/30cm (for the tassels, optional)



Abbreviations and symbols:

ch - chain


TR - treble crochet


ESC - extended single crochet




ch sp - chain space

sk - skip

st - stitch


Crochet Chart:






NOTES:

  • You crochet this blanket in lengthwise

  • Chains at the end of the rows count as first stitches for the next rows

Directions:

Ch 251 (or any odd number if you want the blanket longer or shorter). If you follow my pattern you'll get approx. 43" wide and 74" long blanket.


Row 1 - 1 tr into 4th ch from the hook, 1 tr into next ch. Repeat until the end of the row ending with 1 tr into the last ch. Ch 3 and turn.



Row 2 – 1 tr into the next st, 1 tr to the each next st until the end of the row. Ch 4 (counts as a 1 tr in the 3. row PLUS 1 ch). Turn.


Row 3 – 1 tr into the second st from the first tr, *ch 1 (skip 1 tr from the previous row), 1 tr into the next st**. Repeat * to ** until the end of the row. Ch 4. Turn.


Row 4 – 1 tr into the first ch sp, ch 1 (skip 1 tr from the previous row), 1 tr into the next ch sp. Repeat until the end of the row. Last tr is NOT into the last ch sp BUT into the last st. Ch 2. Turn.



Row 5 – *1 Ex SC into the ch sp, 1 Ex Sc into the next st.** Repeat * to ** until the end of the row. Last Ex SC into last st. Ch 2. Turn


Row 6 – 1 Ex SC into the 2nd st (first st counts as a first ExSC), 1 Ex SC into the each st until the end of the row. Ch 4. Turn.



Row 7 + 8 – same as row 3 and 4.

Row 9 + 10 – same as row 1 and 2.


REPEAT ROW 2 to ROW 10 until you get in total 66 rows. Your last rows of the blanket is row 9 and 10 (triple crochet in each stitch)



FRINGE – cut 5 strings of yarn x 30cm (approx. 12inch) folded on half for each fringe. I’ve attached 1 fringe to the end of 2 rows in the middle. See pictures below.



This pattern and all images associated with this pattern cannot be sold or claimed as your own. Feel free to sell your finished product and you can also mention me in social media as the creator. I would really appreciate it:)


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