Shells Blanket Crochet. Crochet has been a favorite craft for a variety of reasons. First, it’s easy to learn. Second, there are an infinite number of points you can create. And finally, crochet is versatile enough that you can use it in a wide variety of projects, from blankets and throws to hats and bags. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create beautiful crochet shells. We’ll start by teaching the basics of crochet and then move on to the shell stitch. In the end, you will have a beautiful blanket that will add style and warmth to any space.
This Crochet Shell Blanket was designed to be worked in the round and can be made with any weight of yarn. The blanket is worked into a Notes section as you go so you can follow the pattern exactly or make it your own.
Start by making a magic ring and chaining 3 together (counts as the first CD), then make 2 more CDs in the ring. (Ch 3, 3 pa)
Row 2: 2 dc in next dc, 1 dc in next dc around; repeat from * to * two more times. (6 dc, 12 dc)
Row 3: ch 3, turn, 2dc in next dc, 1dc in next sc; rep from to around. (8dc, 16sc)
Row 4: ch 3, turn, 1 dc in each of the first two sts and 2 dc in the last st; rep from to around. (4dc, 8sc) Finish off leaving a long tail for later. Pass the tail through the remaining sts and cast off.
The Shells Blanket Crochet pattern is a great way to use up leftover yarn and is perfect for using the last piece of bulky weight yarn. The shell pattern is simple but takes some time to make. You will need to chain 34 stitches before starting the shell pattern. This crochet blanket is about 68 inches wide by 84 inches long before blocking.
To make the shells you will need to start with a slipknot and then work your way across with sc in each stitch. You will then knit 2 sc in the same space, then 1 sc in every 3 stitches, and so on until you reach the end of the row. You will then sl st the first sc you made and move on to the next row. When you reach the end of the round, make another sl st in the first sc and move on to the next round. Do this until you finish the blanket.
This crochet blanket is a beautiful way to use up any leftover yarn. The shell pattern is simple and easy to follow, but looks intricate and complicated because of the rows of shells. The finished blanket is soft, warm and perfect for a cozy bed or sofa. You can make it in any color you like, and there are no wrong answers when it comes to size. This crochet blanket is versatile enough that you can use it as a blanket or cover. So start making your own beautiful Shell Blanket Crochet today!
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To start, make a chain of 72 stitches. The pattern instructions recommend finishing this chain with a slip stitch, but you can also make a single basic crochet or even work the first chain of the next chain to increase your security.
Then, working in rows, start crochet shells as follows: * ch 3 (count as 1 dc), 2 dc in next ch-3 sp*, repeat from *-* around. When you reach the end of the round, join your rounds 1 and 2 together by sl sting on top of round 1 and chain 3 of round 2. Pin and weave the ends.
Your blanket is now complete! To start using it, just spread it out on a flat surface and start filling it with your favorite pillows or blankets!
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