V stitch baby blanket is a seriously simple and easy crochet pattern to follow. I wanted to make something that matched the little dear set I made for my sister-in-law. The deer beanie can be found here while the diaper pattern can be found here. I did not add a border to this blanket since I wanted to keep the pattern very simple and easy. This pattern can be finished within one day or two depending on how fast you crochet. I would have finished this in one-day setting if I didn’t run out of yarn that day. If you use more than two yarn balls than it will take you a bit longer until you reach your desired length.
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- 5mm crochet hook
- Woodsy red heart super saver 2 yarn balls
- Crochet needle
- CH: Chain
- SK: Skip
- ST: Stitch
- SP: Space
- DC: Double Crochet
- F/O: Fasten Off
V Stitch Blanket
Row 1: Ch 100, dc in 4th ch from hook, ch 1, dc in same st,
Row 2: ch 3, [dc in ch 1 sp, ch 1, dc in same sp] repeat until end dc in last
Continue to repeat row 2 until the desired length
F/O sewing in all loose ends
There you have it the v stitch baby blanket! Hope you guys enjoyed this pattern.
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