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Classy Crochet Textured Blanket In Blue

By: Vicky Pietz from Pattern Princess
Updated February 23, 2020
Classy Crochet Textured Blanket In Blue
Classy Crochet Textured Blanket In Blue

"This classy crochet textured blanket in blue adds a subtle personality to a modern home decor. Small accents can brighten and finish off the look of areas throughout your home. This crochet blanket has lovely texture that is easy to achieve. This pattern has alternating rows of double crochet; then the double crochet v-stitch cluster. Because I knew that I wanted to add a crochet border onto this blanket, I started off with the no chain double crochet as my foundation row rather than chains. If you are not familiar with this method of starting off your crochet, you can view the video on how this is done. This is a nice way to start a blanket if you have ever had the beginning chain stitch pull a bit looser than you would like when adding the crochet border. Additional crochet stitches such as the double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet, and the double v-stitch cluster are used in this crochet blanket."


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge is 13 stitches to every 4 inches. In order to make the blanket wider or narrower, the blanket it worked in multiples of 3 plus 5. This means my blanket that was started with 131 no-chain double crochet stitches is: 3 X 42 = 126 + 5 = 131.

Finished SizeThe blanket is 60 inches long and 52 inches wide measured with the crochet border.

Materials List

  • White Caron One Pound 1 3/4 skeins or 1,421 yards.
  • Sky Blue Caron One Pound 1 skein or 812 yards.
  • Grey Heather Red Heart Super Saver 1 skein or 482 yards.
  • Size J Crochet Hook 6.0 MM
  • Yarn Needle to sew in the yarn ends
  • Scissors
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