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Double Crochet Blanket – Fall Leaves

Try this double crochet blanket if you want a fun crochet stitch. In addition to double crochet (dc), you will be also using chain (ch) stitches. Most importantly, even if you are a beginner, don’t be intimidated by this pattern. It looks more complicated than it really is. In fact, concentrate on the structure of the leaves made with double crochet stitches. After that, it is almost a mindless crochet project you can relax with.

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Cluster Crochet Stitch Blanket

This quick crochet blanket is created using a simple cluster stitch. Even a beginner would not have any trouble crocheting this crochet cluster. As a result, you’ll have a chunky handmade creation to warm you up during colder months. What yarn should you use for this quick blanket pattern? We recommend Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Grey Heather in combination with Caron Latte Cake Yarn or any contrasting yarn (you can use a small ball of leftovers).

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Easy Crochet Blanket Stitch: Blue Waves Blanket

Looking for a new original easy crochet blanket stitch? We are sharing our original stitch and a free crochet baby blanket pattern with a FREE PDF printout! If you are familiar with a few basic crochet stitches (chain, single crochet, and double crochet), you can master this stitch and crochet a modern textured baby blanket.

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