Big Crochet Snow Drift Blanket

Hello my darlings, what a joy it is to be here once again with you, here who speaks is again Mommy, today we will talk about crochet, we all know that the art of crocheting is one of the most beautiful. This sturdy crochet blanket pattern is a well-known Big Crochet Snow Drift Blanket, it is a perfect and timeless gift for babies, but when you feel how soft it is, there is no way you won’t want to make one for yourself too!

This pattern explains how to make larger sizes and works super fast in Bernat Blanket Yarn. Now my dears let’s use our imagination, let’s put the gift we’ve been given into practice and put it to the test, apply your style and let’s get hands-on – and then you used your perfectly old-fashioned Laura Ingells-Wilder style wire spinneret to turn those fluffy balls of sky into long macarons of cloud yarn, calm down your imagination doesn’t stop there!!!

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Friends, let’s use this step by step that we are going to make available so that this pattern, besides coming out the way it is proposed, it can have your face and your personality, right? It is vitally important that we apply our personality in each thread. Let’s put some points for you to observe. Stitches such as Bernat blanket yarn, which we know has a very high volume. The “Peephole Chevron” stitch will be used for this project, Bernat blanket yarn is very bulky… it is a perfect blend of delicate, soft and gender neutral, and the resulting blanket is practical enough to actually wear and wash.

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Below we will not provide the beginning of the step by step, we hope you make a beautiful project.
If you have a heart for the 30ft x 30ft Afghan version of “The Snow Drifter”, don’t worry. Below, we have included instructions on how to adjust the stitch count to make blankets of any size.

 

Step by Step Big Crochet Snow Drift Blanket

Completed measurements: 35 x 46 ”
To adjust the size, see the note below.

Supplies:
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• Bernat blanket yarn – 2.5 skeins in vintage white (approx. 650 m)
• Tapestry needle
• Crochet hook size N [9 mm]

Caliber:
10 st in standard = 4 “

4.5 lines = 4 “
The meter is not critical to this standard.

Abbreviations:
dc – double crochet

chain – ch
sk – skip
st – stitch

Standard Notes: To increase or decrease the size of your afghan, start with a chain with a multiple of ten points (10, 20, 30 …) and then add two points to that number to determine your foundation chain (12, 22, 32 …) Every 10 additional chains added will increase the mantle width by about 10 cm.
Foundation line: cap. 92.

Line 1: sk 2ch (counts as 1 dc), 1 dc in each of the next 4 channels, * sk 2ch, 1 dc in each of the next 4 channels, 2 channels, 1 dc in each of the next 4 channels; repeat from * for the last 6 channels, skip 2 ch, 1 sc in each of the next 3 channels, 2 sc in the last ch; turn.

Line 2: 3 channels (counts as 1 sc), 1 sc in the first stitch, 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts * sk 2 sts, 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts, [1 sd, 2 ch, 1 sc] in 2 sp channels, 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts; repetition of * to the last 6 sts, knit 2 sts, 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts, 2 sc at the top of the ch; turn.

Repeat line 2 49 more times, for a total of 50 lines.

Finishing: Secure and weave at the remaining ends.

Take off your clothes and curl up like a burrito in your new crochet cloud tortilla. Cozy. Cozy. And more cozy.

 

A kiss from Mommy and until next time.  

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