Friday, April 3, 2015

A Woven Crochet Baby Blanket

This beautiful baby blanket came about when a local customer asked me to make his son a blanket using the same material as one his grandmother had made him because that one was about done in! I instantly thought of post stitches because of how thick they are... might make it a little more durable for the little guy! And bam, a basket weave stitch met a celtic weave stitch to make this beauty :) 


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Hook: I
Material: Bernat Softee Baby (8-9 skeins)
Gauge: Non-essential

Row 1) Ch 129, turn, sc in 2nd ch from hook and across – 128 sc

Row 2 - 5) Ch 1, turn, sc in every st across – 128 sc  

Row 6) Ch 1, turn, dc in every st across – 128 dc

Row 7) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, *fpdc around next 4 st, bpdc around next 4 st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 8) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, *bpdc around next 4 st, fpdc around next 4 st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 9 - 10) Repeat row 7

Row 11) Repeat row 8

Row 12 - 13) Repeat row 7

Row 14) Repeat row 8

Row 15) Repeat row 7

Row 16) Ch 1, turn, dc in every st across – 128 st

Row 17) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, *sk next 2 st, fptrc around next 2 st, working over st just made, fptrc around 1st and then 2nd sk st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 18) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, bptrc around next 2 st, *sk next 2 st, bptrc around next 2 st, working behind the last 2 st bptrc around 1st and 2nd sk st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 19 – 22) Repeat rows 17 – 18

Row 23) Ch 1, turn, dc in every st across – 128 st

Row 24) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, *bpdc around next 4 st, fpdc around next 4 st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 25) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, *fpdc around next 4 st, bpdc around next 4 st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 26 - 27) Repeat row 24

Row 28) Repeat row 25

Row 29) Repeat row 24

Row 30) Repeat row 24

Row 31 - 98) Repeat rows 28 - 30

Row 99) Ch 2, turn, dc in every st across – 128 dc

Row 100) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, bptrc around next 2 st, *sk next 2 st, bptrc around next 2 st, working behind the last 2 st bptrc around 1st and 2nd sk st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 101) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, fptrc around next 2 st, *sk next 2 st, fptrc around next 2 st, working over st just made, fptrc around 1st and then 2nd sk st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 102 – 105) Repeat row 100 & 101

Row 106) Ch 2, turn, dc in every st across – 128 st

Row 107) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, *bpdc around next 4 st, fpdc around next 4 st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 108) Ch 1, turn, dc in 1st 2 st, *fpdc around next 4 st, bpdc around next 4 st* to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st – 128 st

Row 109 - 110) Repeat row 107

Row 111) Repeat row 108

Row 112 - 113) Repeat row 107

Row 114) Repeat row 108

Row 115) Repeat row 107

Row 116) Ch 1, turn, sc in every st across – 128 sc

Row 117 – 120) Repeat row 116 and tie off. 



3 comments:

  1. Do you think this pattern would work with bernat baby coordinates??

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    1. I think it would work up great with any type of material so long as you adjust for different material size by altering your hook and adjusting your gauge!

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