I know that I’ve promised a lot in the last year, but let’s just blame my time constraints on the pandemic, okay? Whether or not my busy life has anything to do with that is a discussion for another time. 😉 To make up for my lack of productivity, however, I’m adding a very simple, bare-bones, crochet pattern for you here. It’s an easily improvised piece as well. I’ve added a few videos to help with the construction, should you need that.
- any kind of worsted weight yarn
- six 7oz skeins
- a K hook
- Chain 200
- First row: In fourth chain from hook, dc-chain-dc (all in the same stitch), skip stitch *repeat to end of row. At end of row, turn, chain three.
- In first V-stich, dc-chain-dc* repeat in each v-stitch until end, turn, chain three.
- Repeat this until you reach the desired length of your throw/blanket. Mine measures about 4 feet wide and 5 feet long. It’s pretty large, but you can make yours smaller or bigger. Your choice. Below, is a video to help you with the stitch. If you have any questions, you can go to my Facebook group and post them in DISCUSSIONS there, or leave them here in the comments.
You can watch the very short video here: https://youtu.be/6cr67t5pjcQ