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Crochet Garden Blanket Free Pattern

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Why do you need an outdoor blanket?

Love sitting around a campfire or on the front porch? With amazing texture and cotton yarn, this blanket can withstand the outdoors with ease. Having a patio blanket adds to the outdoor lifestyle and decor. Plus this crochet blanket is easy to wash!

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Crochet Garden Blanket Pattern

Crochet Hook:

5.0mm, H Hook

Notions:

Blocking Mats & Pins
Yarn needle to weave in ends
Scissors

Yarn:

Dishie Cone by We Crochet (weight 4 worsted, 100% Cotton, 760 yds/694 m, 400 g), Silver
3 Cones or 1200 yards

Yardage:

1200 (1,098m) total yardage

Abbreviations/Stitches:

Stacked Single Crochet (Stsc): Insert your hook into the first stitch, YO, and pull up a loop,
YO and pull through both loops on the hook, insert your hook into the vertical bar below,
YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through both loops on the hook. See Video Below.

Puff Stitch (ps): Yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull lp through st and make lp same
the height as previous sts in working row, (yo, insert hook in same st, yo, pull lp through st and
make lp same height as working row) twice, yo, pull through all 7 lps on hook

Gauge:

13 sts by 6 rows = 4” square in the stitch pattern from the first 6 rows
Gauge description/instructions if needed

Skill Level:

Skilled Beginner

Size:

55” x 38”

Crochet Garden Blanket Free Pattern Notes:

This crochet blanket uses textured stitches and is created in rows with a border down each
vertical side. It’s very helpful to use a stitch marker at the beginning of each row to keep
track of stitch placements.

Crochet Garden Free Blanket Pattern

Stacked Single Crochet Instruction Video:

Center of Rug

Row 1 (rs): Ch 114, starting in the first ch from the hook Stsc, hdc in each remaining st
across, turn. 114 sts

Row 2 (ws): Working in the third loop for this row, stsc in first, hdc in each remaining st
across, turn.

Row 3: Stsc in first, tr in each remaining st across, turn.

Row 4: Stsc in first, hdc in each remaining st across, turn.

Row 5-6: Repeat Rows 3-4.

Row 7: Ch 1 (does not count as a st), skip the first st, hdc in the next, work a ps into the skipped st; repeat from * to * across, turn.

Row 8: Repeat Row 7.

Row 9: Repeat Row 4.

Row 10-13: Repeat Rows 3-4 two times.

Repeat Rows 2-13 for a total of 8 repeats or desired length. Fasten off and go to Rug Edge
Border.

Crochet Garden Free Blanket Pattern


Rug Edge Border

Row 1(rs): With the rs facing, attach yarn to the corner of the rug and slip stitch across one
of the longer sides, keeping the slip stitches even without causing any tucking or tippling,
turn.

Row 2(ws): Stsc in first, hdc in the flo of each st across, turn.

Row 3: Stsc in first, tr in each remaining st across, turn.

Row 4: Stsc in first, hdc in each remaining st across.

Fasten off and repeat Rug Edge Border on the opposite long side of the rug.

Block (the sample was steam blocked), weave in any ends.

Crochet Garden Free Blanket Pattern

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