Hello my crochet lovers!
How wonderful they are here on this site looking for crochet patterns and I'm sure this is the right place, I feel like you liked this detailed zigzag stitch pattern, it really is a lot going on, and here you will have the step by step in addition to the graphs for free and video tutorial. These stitch patterns are very useful, as you can use in almost everything related to crochet, I will mention a few things to get an idea, this is like a blanket, but you can create rugs, quilts, blankets and much more. Who is looking to decorate your home or use as a beautiful blanket is quite comfortable, so lovers of crochet don't waste time and let's crochet.
Materials needed for this blanket:
Acrylic yarn combed in the desired colors. About 12 ounces of each of the 3 different colors (36 ounces in total) will form a 40 by 60 inch Afghan (the ideal size for Project Linus). I made a 40 by 60 inch Afghan using 10 skeins of three ounces of variegated thread.
Sport yarn or baby sport. I made a 42 by 39 inch blanket with about 21 ounces of baby sport yarn.
Crochet hook size I for combed yarn
G-size crochet hook for sports weight / 3-layer yarn
(Increase or decrease the hook size if you crochet firmly or loosely.)
Here is the chart with all the details of points and their chains:
As this point is wonderful, I hope to find many works like this after you follow the step by step:
Start the pattern
With color A, ch 105 (To make your blanket bigger or smaller, chain a multiple of 17 + 3) Row 1: (RS) 1 sc in the 2nd ch of the needle, 1 sc in each ch until the end.
6DKB-Row-2-Photo.pngLine 2: ch 3, sk first 3 sc (the sc at the end of the row, the one below your turning current counts as 1 [3dc in the next sc, sk next 2 sc] twice, [3 dc, ch 3, 3 dc] next sc * sk next 2 sc, 3dc into next sc, sk next 2 sc, dc3tog sk next 4 sc, dc3tog, sk next 2 sc, 3 dc in next sc, sk next 2 sc [3 dc, ch3, 3 dc] in the next sc; rep from * until the last 9 sc sk next 2 dc [3 dc in the next dc, sk next 2 dc] twice, 1 dc in the last dc.
Line 3: ch 3, sk sp between turning ch and the next group of 3 dc, 3 dc in each of the next 2 sp [3dc, ch3, 3dc] in the next ch-3 sp * 3 dc in the next sp, dc3tog in next sp sk next sp, dc3tog next sp, 3 dc next sp, [3dc, ch3, 3dc] next ch- 3 sp rep from * to the last 3 sps, 3 dc in each of the next 2 sps 1 sc in sp between the last 3 groups of bp and ch turning.
Line 4: ch 1, sc in the first sc of the line (the one just below its turning current) sk next dc, 1 sc in each of the next 8 dc * 3 dc in the next ch 3 dc, 1 dc in each of the next 14 stitches repeat from * to the last ch-3 sp, 3 dc in the last ch-3 sp 1 dc in each of the next 8 dc, sk next dc, 1 dc in the 3rd dc of ch 3.
Line 5: Ch 3, sk first 2 sc of the line below (the sc of your turning current is leaving the count as the first). 1 dc in each of the next 8 sc * 3 dc in the next dc (you must work these at the center point of the 3 dc. Otherwise, you may have skipped incorrectly at the beginning of the row.) 1 dc in each of the next 7 dc sk next 2 sc, 1 dc in each of the next 7 sc rep from * to the last 11 sc, 3 dc in the next sc, 1 dc in each of the next 8 sc skip the next 2 sc, 1 sc for the current career turn below.
Line 6: Ch 3, sk first 2 dc on the line below (the dc below its spin current counts as 1) 1 dc in each of the next 8 dc * 3 dc in the next dc (you must work at the center point of 3 bp) 1 dc in each of the next 7 dc, sk next 2 dc, 1 dc in each of the next 7 dc rep from * to the last 10 dc 3 dc in the next dc, 1 dc in each of the next 8 dc, sk last sc, 1 sc in 3rd point of ch 3, turn.
Line 7: Ch 1, sc in the first sc (the same from where the turning current is coming from), sk 1 dc 1 dc in each dc along the row until the last dc sk last dc, 1 dc in the 3rd dc from floor 3, turn. Repeat rows 2-7, changing the threads before rows 5 and 7 nine times, for a total of 10 pattern repetitions.
Every detail of the video tutorial is very useful for its completion, do not waste time and pay close attention to this wonderful work: