Thick Crochet Blanket See How To Do

Thick Crochet Blanket. Thicken crochet blankets are a popular way to add warmth and extra padding to any bed. They’re also a great way to use up leftover yarn, or to make a personalized gift for someone special. In this blog post, we will walk you through the steps necessary to make a thick crochet blanket.

We will also provide tips on how to make sure your blanket is sturdy and stands up to wear and tear. So get ready to start crocheting like a pro!

Thick Crochet Blanket: What is a crochet blanket?

Crochet blankets are one of the most popular crochet patterns because they can be made in a variety of colors and sizes. Blankets can also be made with different types of yarn to give them a unique look. The blanket shown in this tutorial is made with bulky weight yarn and measures about 60 inches wide by 72 inches long.

What materials do I need?

To make a thick crochet blanket, you will need:
-Crochet hook size H/8 [5.0 mm]
-Yarn needle
-Wool or fleece fabric for the backing
-Crochet blanket pattern (found online or in a book)
-Polyester fiberfill
-Safety pins

Let’s start

1. Begin by crocheting a rectangle with the crochet hook size H/8 [5.0 mm]. Do not go too wide or too narrow – you want your finished blanket to be about 60 inches by 80 inches [150 cm by 200 cm].

If you have a different measurement, just use that as your starting width and height. Make sure to keep your stitches tight, but don’t get too obsessed with making them perfect – this is going to be a machine washable project!

2. Turn your work so that the right side is facing up and begin working in the opposite direction of the blanket pattern. Work 3 squares each row until the rectangle is nearly full (the last row should have 9 squares).

Change to the yarn needle and begin working in rounds – don’t worry if some of your stitches are still visible because you will be crocheting over them later on.

3. Start crocheting in the middle of each stitch on round 6, 7, 8, and 9 of the pattern (counting from the top down). Once you reach round 5, stop and slip stitch back into the first stitch. This “active” center stitch will help keep your blanket in place during the entire crocheting process.

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4. Continue crocheting in rounds, working 1 additional stitch into the active center stitch on every other round. When you reach round 10, stop and slip stitch back into the first stitch.

5. You’re almost done! On round 11, crochet 2 stitches into the active center stitch and then work 1 dc into each of the remaining stitches around. You now have a hole in the middle of your blanket – insert a safety pin through it and pull tight so that it doesn’t come out (you can also sew it if you want).

6. Weave in all of your ends and admire your hard work! Now it’s time to give your new crochet blanket a try!

How to make a crochet blanket

Crochet blankets are a great way to keep you warm on cold nights. This tutorial will show you how to make a crochet blanket using the thick yarn. The blanket will be about 76″ x 82″.

To begin, chain 102. Then single crochet in the first chain from hook and in each remaining chain until the blanket is the desired length. Turn work so that the wrong side is facing and single crochet in each stitch across. You will now do the edging stitches. Chain 1 and turn, SC in next 3 stitches, HDC in next stitch (3 HDC = one dc), SC in next 3 stitches, HDC in last stitch. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Tips for crocheting a blanket

There are a few things to keep in mind when crocheting a blanket:

1. Make sure your yarn is thick enough. A thinner yarn will not hold its own weight and may start to unravel quickly.

2. Be patient. It can take a while to crochet a blanket that’s the correct size and shape.

3. Keep track of your stitches. If you lose count, you’ll have to start over from the beginning.

4. Use a stitch marker if you need to stop and change colors mid-row. This will help you keep track of where you are in the pattern without having to count stitches every time you move your hook!

Finishing touches for your crochet blanket

If you’re looking for a quick and easy crochet blanket, you can use the crocheted shell pattern as a starting point. This pattern is worked in rounds, so it’s perfect for using up all of your scrap yarn.

Once the shell is complete, work on the border. The border is made up of multiple rows of single crochet stitches that are worked along the edge of the blanket. You can also add a fringe to the border if desired.

Finally, finish off the project by weaving in any remaining ends. Enjoy your new crochet blanket!

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All of us had a great week, full of God’s Desired houses in their works, and a lot of creativity to start another project mainly with crochet yarn.
With love and affection, Crochet To Day Free!

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