I have several new standards to start the day thinking about new projects to learn and make more products for your store or for new decoration. It is great to challenge yourself, learning every day with new standards and thus improving skills.
In this regard, we will learn a crochet pattern called the Bavarian crochet blanket that is one of the most wanted to do intermediate level, but nothing is impossible if the newbies want to do and increase our projects, we always have to challenge ourselves and make new projects if updating, so stay tuned for all the news I’m going to put to you and the standards you already have here.
This pattern is beautiful if you use light colors or degrade but nothing prevents you from using other strong colors, the choice is yours, is that I always prefer light and fluffy colors. I hope you enjoy it because I like this pattern, make it as big as you want, it all depends on how many lines you make. I leave you the link with the step by step of the standard and also the video tutorial to better understand and come back when you have doubts.
With a hook that complements the wire, you can achieve that point. Mikey used Caron Simply Soft and a 6mm size, J Crochet Hook in the video example.
You can use as many or as few colors as possible. Most people run around with colors because this pattern really works well with it.
In the video, I explain how each square is a quadrant of 4. The instructions below correspond to this concept.
ch = string
tr = treble
beg = start
sl st = slip point
sc = Single Crochet
st (s) = sew
4-tr cl = Hold the last loop of each point on the hook to join them, 4 tr at a point mentioned, pass the wire, pull all 5 loops on the hook.
4-bptr dec = Hold the last loop of each point on the hook, bptr around each of the next 4 points indicated, pass the wire, pull through all 5 loops on the hook.
8-bptr dec = Hold the last loop of each point on the hook, bptr around each of the next 4 points indicated, use only the points tr and ignore the mean sc point between the squares. Collect all 9 loops on the hook and wire to pull all the loops on the hook.
Pattern Free ☞ Bavarian Crochet Blanket ☜