Granny Stripe Crochet Blanket Pattern

 

 

 

 

 

Granny stripe crochet blankets hold a special place in the hearts of crocheters for a multitude of reasons. These delightful creations are not just blankets but treasured heirlooms, passed down through generations. The appeal of this pattern lies in its versatility, simplicity, and its ability to turn ordinary yarn into extraordinary works of art.

The Granny Stripe Crochet Blanket holds a special place as one of the initial patterns shared on the Daisy Cottage Designs blog. When you explore my latest patterns, you’ll notice significant advancements in both my photography and pattern-writing skills. Nevertheless, I continue to cherish this charming little blanket.

Creating granny stripe blankets remains a personal favorite of mine. They offer a delightful blend of simplicity and beauty, and the creative possibilities for color combinations are limitless. While numerous granny stitch crochet patterns can be found online, the detailed instructions for creating my version can be found at the end of this post!

One of the most exciting aspects of crafting a Granny Stripe Crochet Blanket is the opportunity to play with colors. The possibilities are nearly limitless. Crafters can choose a single hue for a timeless and elegant design, or they can experiment with a kaleidoscope of colors to create a vibrant, eye-catching piece. Whether you’re a fan of subtle pastels or bold, contrasting shades, the Granny Stripe Crochet Blanket welcomes all creative palettes.

A Perfect Project for All Skill Levels

Whether you’re an experienced crocheter or just beginning your journey with this art form, the Granny Stripe Crochet Blanket pattern is a fantastic choice. For beginners, it offers an excellent introduction to crocheting, with its repetitive yet simple stitches. More seasoned crocheters can use this pattern as a canvas to showcase their skills through intricate variations and colorwork.

Online Resources and Communities

For those who seek guidance, there are numerous online resources, tutorials, and crochet communities that offer valuable support and inspiration for your Granny Stripe Crochet Blanket project. These platforms are excellent places to exchange tips, showcase your work, and receive encouragement from fellow crochet enthusiasts.

Pattern

Notes:

dc cluster – Create a cluster of three double crochet stitches in the same stitch.

Directions:

Begin with Raspberry yarn and chain 63.

Row 1: Start by working 1 double crochet into the third chain. Skip 2 stitches, work a dc cluster into the next stitch across. Repeat this sequence 18 more times (for a total of 19 clusters). Conclude with 2 double crochet stitches in the last chain. Chain 2 and turn.

Row 2: Craft a dc cluster into the first space between the clusters on the previous row. Repeat this for the entire row (a total of 20 clusters). Finish with a single double crochet into the top of the ch-2 at the end of the row. Cut the yarn and weave in the loose ends.

Row 3: Attach white yarn with a slip stitch. Chain 2, and work 1 double crochet in the same space. Proceed to create dc clusters in all the spaces. Add 2 double crochet stitches into the top of the ch-2 at the end of the row. Chain 2 and turn. (19 clusters created)

Row 4: Continue to work dc clusters in all the spaces across. Complete the row with a single double crochet into the top of the ch-2 at the end. Cut the yarn and secure the loose ends. (20 clusters in total). Repeat rows three and four 18 more times.

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Your stripe pattern will consist of two rows of Raspberry, two rows of White, and two rows of Mint, repeating until you reach a total of 22 rows.

Granny Stripe Crochet Blanket

Optional Picot Border:

Round 1: Single crochet around the entire blanket, working 3 single crochets into each corner stitch. Cut the yarn and weave in the loose ends.

Round 2: Join the second border color and single crochet around the entire blanket once more, working 3 single crochets into each corner stitch. Cut the yarn and secure the loose ends.

Round 3: Attach white yarn. You will now create a picot edging. Join the yarn, single crochet in the next five stitches, chain 3, half-double crochet in the first chain around. You can adjust the stitches between picots to ensure there’s one in each corner, but don’t worry too much about exact spacing, as the imperfections won’t be noticeable once the blanket is finished.

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Video Tutorial

For those who prefer video tutorials, we’ve got you covered. I recommend this comprehensive tutorial
designed specifically for visual learners who enjoy video content more than following written instructions. The video was Bella Coco channel. You can find the video tutorial here.

If you’ve enjoyed this crochet thread craft pattern but would like some additional inspiration before embarking on your next crochet project, I’ve got more ideas in store for you. Keep in mind that here on the Manual Crafts blog, you’ll discover a wide array of crochet patterns catering to various skill levels, including easy, intermediate, advanced, and even professional designs. So, dive in and have fun exploring the creative world of crochet!

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The Granny Stripe Crochet Blanket pattern is a testament to the enduring appeal of classic designs in the ever-evolving world of crochet. It brings warmth and style to any space, and its simplicity and adaptability make it an ideal project for crafters of all skill levels. So, pick up your crochet hook, select your favorite yarn, and embark on a journey of creative expression, one stitch at a time. Craft your own Granny Stripe Crochet Blanket and bring timeless elegance to your home or share it as a heartfelt gift with loved ones.

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