This easy stitch color block pattern is perfect for beginners! I can promise that this simple color-blocked blanket pattern is excellent for new crocheters!
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I promise you can learn how to make a blanket with this free and beginner-friendly design. Read on down to find the blanket tutorial & pattern.
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THE YARN That I used for this Colorblocked Crochet Blanket
I recently finished a crochet Three Striped Blanket for my living room couch and still being inspired I attempted to make something similar for son Sam’s bedroom. I used Red Heart Soft Yarn for the whole blanket and let Sam pick out the colors. I think he did a pretty good job on his color choices. I love how this colorful throw turned out and how much he enjoys using it.
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BEGINNER Color Block CROCHET BLANKET
I promise if you are new to crochet, then this blanket is for you! The best thing about this simple beginner blanket is that it works up so fast and uses only single crochets throughout the entire design! Single crochets are the perfect stitch to use when first starting a crochet journey.
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Read on down to find the full, free throw pattern! Enjoy and..
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COLOR BLOCKED CROCHET BLANKET PATTERN
- Size H Crochet Hook 5.00 mm
- Yarn needle (to weave in ends)
- 4 Skeins of Red Heart Soft Yarn
- Approximately 50 inches x 25 inches
- To change sizes simply chain any # starting chain.
- Gauge is not important for this pattern
- Here is a tutorial for changing colors in crochet if needed.
- Written in Standard US terms.
- When you’re ready to change colors pull up the first loop for a single crochet in the old color, then pull the new color through the last two loops to complete that single crochet, it’s that easy.
Single crochet in the top loop of the second chain from the hook and in each chain across for a total of 80 stitches. Turn
Chain 1, Single crochet in each stitch across.Turn.
Repeat Row 2 until you reach desired length.
Cut yarn & weave the cut ends back and forth through the last row of stitching.
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