Crochet Cluster V-Stitch Blanket. What’s cozier than a crochet blanket? How about one that’s big enough to cover a queen-size bed? And what kind of project is this? It’s a V-stitch crochet blanket, of course! This blanket is a great way to use up any leftover wool and is super easy to make. All you need are a few basic crochet stitches and you can be on your way to creating the perfect throw for your sofa or bed. So why wait? Check out our step-by-step tutorial and get started today!

    This V-Stitch Blanket Crochet Set is a cute and cozy addition to your home. The blanket is made from a variety of yarn colors and takes just a few hours to make. The pattern includes instructions for V-stitch, chain-stitch and half-double crochet stitches.

    The Crochet Cluster Ponto V Blanket is a beautiful and practical project for your home. It will keep you warm during the coldest weather. The crochet cluster v-stitch blanket can be made in any size you like, and it’s easy to follow the pattern.

    Crochet Cluster V-Stitch Blanket
    by Pinterest

    The V-Stitch Cluster Crochet Blanket is a rectangular shawl that can be worked in any size. The pattern is written to one size, but the stitches can easily be adjusted to a different size. The blanket is worked in two blocks of alternating colors and then connected by crochet edges.

    To start with chain 112 (126), work a slip stitch in the first chain on needle, CH2, and work another slip stitch in the next chain on needle. Skip the next 2 chains, SC on the next chain. Repeat from * to * across the row. Chain 2 (3), turn.
    Round 1: SC on 2nd CH of hook and each remaining CH (counts as first SC), CH2, turn.

    Row 2: SC in each ST transversely (2SC per ST).

    Repeat lines 1 and 2 until blanket measures 44″ wide by 66″ long or desired length. Fasten off the yarn and knit in the ends.

    This crochet cluster v-stitch blanket is a quick and easy project that can be completed in just a few hours. If you’re new to crochet, this is the perfect project to start with – it’s super simple to follow and only requires basic crochet stitches.

    Learn how to make Crochet Cluster V-Stitch Blanket:

    Access the free pattern/ Crochet Cluster V-Stitch Blanket

    If you enjoyed this article please share and Like our Facebook.

    Please tag me in your photos on Facebook and post you final result on my group It’s





    If you liked this walkthrough, but want to see some more pattern options, below you will have more templates for you to view:



    Crochet Baby Star Blanket Wrap Cozy

    Chevron Baby Blanket

    The blog I Love Crochet wishes all our dear readers an excellent week, full of God’s grace.
    With affection, I Love Crochet!