If you are ready for chilly days, then this simple blanket is perfect for Fall with its mustard, browns and yellow hues! Plus, the fact that is works up quick since it uses only ONE stitch is also another great reason to make this blanket!
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Happy Fall Crocheting!
This Fall blanket is designed with six autumn-inspired colors varying from yellows to oranges! You can change up the colors to suit your style or even make one for a different season. The color-blocked look along with the simple stitches make this a great beginner-friendly pattern that’ll look great when finished.
Scroll on down to learn about the yarn to use, the ONE stitch that you’ll need to know and finally remember to enjoy the pattern!
For the entire blanket, you will need to get your hands on some Vanna’s Choice yarn from Lion Brand. Most craft stores, big box stores, and Amazon usually have it in stock.
It is a great yarn to use for items that will get lots of love! Since it is 100% acrylic it washes up great and looks fantastic wash after wash. It is a must keep in my yarn stash for this momma of three!
Don’t forget about looking at lionbrand.com too for your yarn shopping needs (wants!)
Check out the colors I used below!
For those of you that have trouble finding the Vanna’s Choice, then the new Basic Stitch yarn which is also from Lion Brand would work perfectly too. It crochets up similarly and has some great colors to pick from in its line.
The Herringbone Half Double Crochet Stitch
The Herringbone Half Double Crochet is a variation of the basic crochet stitch the Half Double Crochet. It is easy to learn. Promise. I will explain it below and also link up to my Youtube tutorial too!
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The Stitch: It is worked up by yarning over, inserting the hook through the designated stitch, yarning over and pulling the hook back through the stitch (three loops on hook) now pulling the hook through one loop (two loops on hook) then yarning over and pulling back through the last two loops.
Learn more about the HHDC in this video tutorial/lesson here.
Ready to get started?
Once you learn the HHDC stitch and have your yarn picked out and your size is chosen then you are ready to go! Read on down to find the full free pattern.
HHDC Fall Blanket Pattern
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Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
CH = Chain
HHDC = Herringbone Half Double Crochet
ST = Stitch
REP = Repeat
- Crochet Hook H 5.5 mm
- Yarn needle
- Worsted weight four yarn Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand
The yarn is listed below as COLOR A, COLOR B, COLOR C, etc. below.
- COLOR A: Vanna’s Choice Linen
- COLOR B: Vanna’s Choice Terracota
- COLOR C: Vanna’s Choice Cranberry
- COLOR D: Vanna’s Choice Chocolate
- COLOR E: Vanna’s Choice Mustard
- COLOR F: Vanna’s Choice Rust
At the end of each group of colors, you will need to change colors in your crochet blanket. Learn how to do that here.
13 st’s x 10 rows = 4″ x 4″ = 10 grams of yarn
Baby 32″ x 32″: Ch 106 x 80 rows = 640 grams
- Rust = 106 grams or 2 skeins
- Terractota = 106 grams or 2 skeins
- Linen = 106 grams or 2 skeins
- Mustard = 106 grams or 2 skeins
- Chocolate= 106 grams or 2 skeins
- Cranberry = 106 grams or 2 skeins
Throw 52″ x 60″: Ch 170 x 150 rows = 1,950 grams
- Rust = 325 grams or 4 skeins
- Terractota = 325 grams or 4 skeins
- Linen = 325 grams or 4 skeins
- Mustard = 325 grams or 4 skeins
- Chocolate= 325 grams or 4 skeins
- Cranberry = 325 grams or 4 skeins
Twin 60 x 84″: Ch 195 x 210 rows = 3,150 grams
- Rust = 525 grams or 6 skeins
- Terractota = 525 grams or 6 skeins
- Linen = 525 grams or 6 skeins
- Mustard = 525 grams or 6 skeins
- Chocolate= 525 grams or 6 skeins
- Cranberry = 525 grams or 6 skeins
Queen 80″ x 92″: Ch 260 x 228 rows = 4,600 grams
- Rust = 767 grams or 8 skiens
- Terractota = 767 grams or 8 skiens
- Linen = 767 grams or 8 skiens
- Mustard = 767 grams or 8 skiens
- Chocolate= 767 grams or 8 skiens
- Cranberry = 767 grams or 8 skiens
King 96″ x 92″: Ch 312 x 228 rows = 5,520 grams
- Rust = 920 grams or 10 skiens
- Terractota = 920 grams or 10 skiens
- Linen = 920 grams or 10 skiens
- Mustard = 920 grams or 10 skiens
- Chocolate= 920 grams or 10 skiens
- Cranberry = 920 grams or 10 skiens
- The pattern is written in standard US terms
- The stitch count for each size will be in parentheses in the following order: (baby) (throw) (twin) (queen) (king)
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Foundation Row: With COLOR A CH 105 (169)(195)(260)(312)
Row 1: in the second CH from the hook HHDC, HDDC into each CH across, turn. (104)(168)(194)(259)(311)
Row 2: CH 1, in the first ST, HHDC, HHDC into each ST across, turn. (104)(168)(194)(259)(311)
Row 3- see below: Repeat Row 2
When to change color:
*** Change colors every (13,25,35,38,38) rows repeating row 2 in the following order COLOR B, COLOR C, COLOR D, COLOR E, COLOR F ***
Finishing: Fasten off the yarn after the last row and weave in all the loose ends throughout the pattern with a yarn needle.
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