Are you looking for crochet blankets that look knit? Or always ask yourself can I get the look of knitting with crochet? If, so I can help with this free crochet (that resembles knit) pattern!
Do you want to try your hand at knitting too? Make the RPD beginner-friendly knit blanket pattern today!
I can’t wait for you to try this simple crochet-knit look blanket!
Crochet That Looks Like Knit!
I love the look of simplicity, and this knit like crochet blanket pattern is just that! If you love classic looking blankets just like me, then this crochet pattern is for you!
Happy Blanket Making!
The Yarn That Is Perfect for This Crochet Knit Blanket
This blanket is extremely easy to make and a perfect first (or second) project for beginners. For this sample, I used Hobby Lobby I love this yarn, but any worsted weight yarn like Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice would work great!
Click the yarn image below to check it out and all the colors that are available!
This Blanket Only Uses One Crochet Stitch
Really what makes this pattern so simple is the fact that the whole blanket is worked using half double crochets! Once a row of half double crochets is finished the next row is worked by half double crocheting in the back loop of the previous rows hdc!
If you are wondering how to work a hdc in the third & back loop, then don’t worry! I have a full picture tutorial about it!
Ready to Get Started?
Ready to get started? Read on down to find the full crochet knit-like pattern that looks knit below!
Happy Crocheting Friends!
Crochet that Looks like Knitting Blanket Pattern
Skill Level: Advanced beginner
- Crochet hook size J (6.00 mm)
- Worsted weight yarn (4) I used Hobby Lobby I love this Yarn in Sea Blue Tweed
- Yarn needle
- ch = chain
- hdc = half double crochet
- st = stitch
- How to hdc in the third loop & into the third back loop
- The blanket can be made using any even number for a starting ch but, remember to add one to whatever number you choose.
- Written in Standard US terms.
The Pattern Steps
To Start: ch any even number +1
Row 1: in 2nd chain from hook hdc , hdc in every ch across, turn.
Row 2: ch 1, hdc in the 3rd loop (in the front), hdc in the 3rd loop in every st across, turn.
Row 3: ch 1, hdc in the 3rd loop but from the back of the stitch, repeat across on every st, turn.
Row 4: ch 1, hdc in the 3rd loop (in the front), hdc in the 3rd loop in every st across, turn.
Row 5- ?: repeat row 3 & 4
Fasten off when you have reached your desired length and weave in ends with a yarn needle. You may want to block your blanket to get it to lay flat and look smooth.