Saturday, January 16, 2010

Cuddle Me Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

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- Do not resell, share or redistribute the pattern.
How to Read this Pattern:
1. When a number is before the command, such as 3hdc, you
will work in the SAME stitch.
2. When a number is AFTER the command, such as hdc3, you
will work that command in the number of FOLLOWING stitches.
3. The number in parenthesis () at the end of the round is the
TOTAL number of stitches for that round.


H/8-5.0mm hook
Bernat Pound of Love Baby Yarn
100% Acrylic; weight 3
1 skein of color choice

Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Skip (sk)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)

4 sts x 4 rows in sc = 1”

1. The blanket is made in rows 
2. You can make the blanket larger or smaller by increasing or decreasing by the count of 12 from the main chain count.

Row 1: Turn, sc in first chain from hook and in each across (105 sts).
Row 2: Turn, Working in BACK LOOP ONLY throughout, ch1, * sc, dc in next 2 sts, repeat from * to complete row.
(NOTE: The stitch pattern looks like this: sc, dc, dc and then it repeats across)
Repeat Row 2 To complete desired length of blanket. 
To finish, fasten
off. Weave in ends.

Border: Join yarn in any stitch, * ch6, sl st to next stitch, repeat from * until you reach a corner. In each corner (ch6, sl st to corner, ch6, sl st to corner), repeat from * until you reach next corner. To finish, sl st to the first stitch, fasten off. Weave in ends.


  1. SC in the first stitch and DC in the next two stitches (not the same stitch). So, SC, DC 2 is over three stitches. Hope that helps!

  2. I am confused with the border and can't see it in the picture. Is it chain 6 then a sl you are ending up with a lot of loops on border?

  3. it is ch6 and then sl st to the next st. so yes, it does create a lot of lil 'loops. Thanks!

  4. Thank you for this pattern loved working it.

  5. Can you tell me how you arrive at the add 3 or subtract 3 to make the size you want on the blanket. I've never been able to figure that out. Thanks.

  6. The count of the pattern on the middle section is the count os, dc2 so it can be increased or decreased by 3.

  7. I don't understand the double crochet 2 after the single crochet. Can you clarify what you mean by double crochet 2,please?

    1. It is worked in 3 stitches. Single crochet, double crochet, double crochet.
      You can look at it that way or say it out loud as: single crochet (in one stitch), double crochet in the next two stitches. SC, DC 2.


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