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Crochet Easy Beginner Cable Blanket Tutorial With Written Pattern


Have you ever wanted to try crochet cables? Today’s pattern is going to teach you everything you need to know to make your very first beginner crochet cable blanket.

It’s only a fairly simple 2 row repeat and don&#;t take so much yarn like other cable blankets. It&#;s so easy that even a beginner can easily make it and it&#;s also a simple way to take your crochet skills to the next level!



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Materials
Size 4 yarn m
5mm​ ​and mm hooks
Tapestry needle

Stitches used
Chain: ch
Crab (​reverse single crochet)​: rsc
Double crochet: dc
Front post triple crochet: fptr
Half double crochet: hdc
Skip stitch: sk
Space: sp
Stitches: st(s)




Notes
When you see *( )** it means you repeat the instructions in between *( ) **. Where you see the word ​turn​ it means to turn your work clockwise and work back down the row.
Crab stitch​ is also known as reverse single crochet because each ​stitch​ is the same as a single crochet ​stitch​, but you work in the opposite direction.




Start with mm hook
Row 1. ​Ch, 1sc into second ch from hook and into each st across.
Row 2.​ Ch3 (counts as first dc) and turn, 1dc into each st across.
Row 3.​ Ch1 and turn, 1sc into each st across.
Row 4.​ Ch3 and turn, 1dc into the next 2 sts, *(fptr around the 4 st of the dc row, sk 1dc st, 1fptr around the next 2 sts, going in front of the last 2 st do 1fptr into the sk dc st, 1fptr around the next dc st, 1dc into the next 3sc sts)** repeat to end.



Row 5.​ Ch1 and turn, 1sc into each st across.
Row 6.​ Ch3 and turn, 1dc into the next 2 sts, *(1fptr around the next fptr, sk 2fptr, 1fptr around next 2 sts, going in front of last 2 sts do 1fptr around the skipped st, 1dc into the next 3sts)** repeat to end.

Repeat row 5 and 6 to desired length ending with a row 6. Ch3 and turn, 1dc into each st across.





Change to 5mm hook
Border

Rnd 1.​ Ch2 (counts as hdc st) and turn, 1hdc into each st across, do 2hdc into the top of the ch3, ch2, 1hdc into same sp, 1hdc into each row across, into the first st do 1hdc, ch2, 1hdc, 1hdc into each st across, ch2, 1hdc into same sp as last, 1hdc in each row across, 1hdc into the first st and join with sc into the top of ch2.
Rnd 2. ​Ch2, 1hdc into corner sp, 1hdc into each st across, *(2hdc, ch2, 2hdc into corner sp, 1hdc into each st across)** repeat 2 more times into last corner do 2hdc, ch1 and join with sc into top of ch2.

Repeat rnd 2 one more time
Finish off by doing a crab st around in corners do 2 crab sts. Cut yarn and weave in tails.



Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by  Rachel Websdale (rachelweb31)

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