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25 Free Crochet Bernat Velvet Yarn Patterns

There are some specific types of fiber and yarn brands that are worldly popular. Velvet yarn is also one of the famous yarns around the globe. If you are wondering which type of crochet patterns will work great with this type of yarn, then check these 25 free crochet Bernat velvet yarn patterns that are all beautiful. They involve all from comfy winter warmers to custom everyday yarn accessories. Most of the patterns here use the Bernat velvet yarn some involve Lion Brand too.

The list is sharing all famous to crochet with velvet yarn like a from a vintage pillow to adorable hats to outstanding sweaters. The velvet yarn is super soft to touch and hence provides the ultimate winter warmth in a softer way. Time to be on the Bernat velvet yarn patterns list to see what to crochet amazingly with this exceptional type of yarn.

Along with these free Bernat velvet yarn patterns, the projects will introduce stitches to spice up your crochet patterns. There are step-by-step instructions and tutorials to help you crochet every pattern like a pro. Most of the Bernat velvet yarn patterns are easy, but intermediate patterns are included too in the list. Furthermore, the velvet yarn is a smart choice to crochet stuffed animal toys and plushies.

1. How to Crochet Velvet Tote Bag

How to Crochet Velvet Tote Bag

Velvet is super soft and warm so making this crochet velvet tote bag would be a great idea for these winters. This gorgeous and lavish velvet tote bag is quite easy to make from the Lion Braid Luxe velvet yarn which seems to be cutely crushed velvet. Details here! sewrella

2. Crochet Velvet Yarn Cardigan &#; Free Pattern

Crochet Velvet Yarn Cardigan Free Pattern

If you want something tight-knit for the intense cold weather then this velvet yarn crochet cardigan is the best thing to get your hands on. You can get this lovely textured cardigan from the American Yarns to get such pretty crochet velvet yarn possessions like this cardigan. mypoppet

3. Free Crochet Velvet Berries Throw Pattern

Free Crochet Velvet Berries Throw Pattern

The velvet yarn is making quite a rage these days and these crochet velvet berries throw pattern is the example why. The thick textured velvet throw looks so warm and cozy and the tiny popping berries patterns add more appeal to the pattern. So get your yarn and mm hooks to easily work it up! daisyfarm

4. How to Crochet Velvet Twist Headband

How to Crochet Velvet Twist Headband

You can choose the yarn according to the weather and velvet is so perfect for the winters. Here is this lovely crochet velvet twist headband that you can easily work up at home and make yourself look super cute and adorable with. You would need Bernat velvet yarn and mm hooks to make this lovely headband! andshelaughs

5. Velvet Circle Pillow &#; Free Crochet Pattern

Velvet Circle Pillow – Free Crochet Pattern

Hand crocheted throws and pillows make the best living decor for your sofas. This time you can work with this velvet circle pillow pattern to get a fluffy and vibrant pillow for your places. The velvet would feel so soft and warm to your head when you are using this pillow! Details here mariasblue

6. Crochet Audrey Tunic &#; Free Pattern

Crochet Audrey Tunic Free Pattern

If you are also a fan of Audrey Hepburn then you are surely going to fall in love with this crochet Audrey tunic. The real beauty and appeal of this tunic lie in the velvet yarn that has been used to crochet it up. So add some vintage vibes in your winter wardrobe by crocheting this lovely Audrey tunic for your fun winter days. sewrella

7. Free Crochet Kid’s Velvet Sweater Pattern

Free Crochet Kid’s Velvet Sweater Pattern

The vibrancy of the velvet yarn really makes it a perfect and favorite pick up for the winter crochet stuff. If you want to make a sweater for your kids then making this crochet kid&#;s velvet sweater is the best thing you can get your crochet hooks on! Get the free pattern here hookedonhome

8. How to Crochet a Velvet Hat

How to Crochet a Velvet Hat

The yarn really matters when you are planning to crochet up something. A winter hat would turn out to be more pretty and warm if you work it up with the velvet yarn. This one has a thick texture with a white and blue floral pattern and you can do the same with your favorite hues. nickishome

9. Crochet Big Bernat Velvet Bear &#; Free Pattern

Crochet Big Bernat Velvet Bear Free Pattern

While crocheting something for your kids like a toy you should take care of the softness of the fabric or yarn. This time you can do it with the velvet yarn and this cute bear is the perfect example. The kids are going drool over this squishy and soft bear so do make it! Free pattern here repeatcrafterme

Pretty Crochet Velvet Cardigan Sweater &#; Free Pattern

Pretty Crochet Velvet Cardigan Sweater Free Pattern

Your simple day look of the winters would look much stylish with this velvet cardigan sweater. You can wear it with so many of your casuals to add some oodles of charm to your day to day personality.  Grab your crochet hooks and the velvet yarn to easily crochet this sweater up. mariasblue

How to Crochet Kelby Sweater

How to Crochet Kelby Sweater

You are wrong to think that the velvet sweaters only work for the winters. This crochet Kelby sweater is the best thing to crochet up for the light cold days. The breezy design of the sweater with velvet yarn and the off-shoulder style really turns out to be just utter captivating! Details of pattern here hookedontillylife

Crochet Velvet Dotted Lines Blanket &#; Free Pattern

Crochet Velvet Dotted Lines Blanket Free Pattern

Your winter wardrobe is so undone without a crochet velvet yarn possession. This velvet dotted line blanket is the perfect thing to get your hands on. The violet yarn blanket has popped up tiny balls of the white yarn to look just so tempting and cute. Make it for your kids and they would love it! daisyfarmcrafts

Free Crochet Beanie Pattern with Velvet Yarn

Free Crochet Beanie Pattern with Velvet Yarn

Do you want your favorite handmade beanie to have some vibrant hues and adorable texture? If yes then get your hands on this free crochet beanie pattern with velvet yarn. The pretty and simple beanie would add the perfect glam to your simple winter day look. Details and free pattern here theblueelephants

How to Crochet Velvet Ribbed Cowl

How to Crochet Velvet Ribbed Cowl

A crochet possession would be more warm and soft to our skin when you yield it out of the velvet yarn. This lovely cowl is not only a velvet yarn project but also has a gorgeous ribbed pattern to look more exquisite and hot. You can follow this pattern with any of your favorite hues for a custom made cowl! allaboutami

Crochet Bernat Baby Velvet Bunny &#; Free Pattern

Crochet Bernat Baby Velvet Bunny Free Pattern

When kids have a yarn or fabric made toy they hug it and sleep tight with it too. So it really needs to be soft and also catchy for the eyes. This crochet Bernat baby velvet is perfect due to the velvet yarn and the kind of texture it gives to it. Get it done with your favorite yarn hues. repeatcrafterme

Crochet Velvet Ice Cream Cozy &#; Free Pattern

Crochet Velvet Ice Cream Cozy Free Pattern

Your hands would be so warm and cozy while you are spooning on your favorite ice cream with this cute crochet cozy. The white and yellow velvet yarn with fluffy feels would really make the cozy look so soft to the hands. You can use it as a great gift idea too! nickishome

Free Crochet Velvet Scrunchie Pattern

Free Crochet Velvet Scrunchie Pattern

Flaunt your ponytails with more style and proud with this handmade crochet velvet scrunchie.  The use of velvet yarn really makes the scrunchie turn out to be so exquisite and vibrant to let everybody notice it. You can make a bunch of them use them with your favorite dresses. andshelaughs

Mysa Velvet Sweatshirt Sweater &#; Free Crochet Pattern

Mysa Velvet Sweatshirt Sweater Free Crochet Pattern

This Mysa velvet sweatshirt has so many things to catch your attention and everyone&#;s eyes on you. The sweatshirt has a lovely cowl neck and pockets and thus keeping you warm and cozy from your neck to your hands. The velvet texture and color really adds oodles of glam to the shirt. 1dogwoof

Crochet Velvet Throw Blanket &#; Free Pattern

Crochet Velvet Throw Blanket Free Pattern

Winter days are so impossible to imagine without our favorite throw blanket to be wrapped around while sitting on the sofa. Now your handmade throw can be your favorite and this crochet velvet throw is a perfect inspiration. Having the perfect shade and texture you are going to drool over it. mamainastitch

Crochet Velvet Dream Super Plush Circle Scarf

Crochet Velvet Dream Super Plush Circle Scarf

Velvet yarn is really making the rounds these days and making this dream super plush would give a fun chance to play with this yarn. You can choose any of the colors in the velvet yarn to work up this lovely scarf to not only feel warm but also look stylish and quirky too! Details here emsfiberarts

Red Velvet Rose Wrap &#; Free Crochet Pattern

Red Velvet Rose Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

This red velvet rose wrap is nothing less than an intimate dream for the ladies. The luxury appeal of the velvet yarn with so vibrancy and texture is just so fashionably alluring. The rose wrap would make you ready for a comfy and warm night out with your love!

Easy Crochet Velvet Infinity Scarf &#; Free Pattern

Easy Crochet Velvet Infinity Scarf Free Pattern

Infinity scarves look best with the much-added texture and fluffiness and velvet yarn can do it the best. This easy crochet velvet infinity scarf is going to be the hit in your winter wardrobe. It is not only cutely stylish but also super warm and cozy to make you sweat in the intense cold. Details here daisyfarmcrafts

Free Crochet Velvety Pullover Pattern

Free Crochet Velvety Pullover Pattern

Get comfortable in the chilly cold weather by wearing this super soft velvet pullover, It will be best to add to your winter fashion wardrobe. The easy crochet pattern to crochet with 5mm hook. You need lion brand vel-luxe yarn in silver to crochet this velvety pullover, will make a hearty gift too. mamainastitch

Crochet Velvet Yarn Beanie &#; Free Pattern

Crochet Velvet Yarn Beanie Free Pattern

You will appreciate your cuteness while being in front of the mirror wearing this crochet velvet yarn beanie, provides a free velvet yarn pattern, will work up super quickly. The design has been crocheted in two different styles, one for the main hat and one for the brim. Use pom-pom, 6mm crochet hook, and Bernat velvet yarn to crochet this beanie. mariasbluecrayon

How to Crochet Marie Pillow

How to Crochet Marie Pillow

Work in bobble and magic circle crochet stitches to make this crochet Marie pillow. The perfect vintage styled pillow to crochet at home. The crochet pillows are soft and comfy to rest upon your head. Use gain the Bernat velvet and 6 mm crochet hook to crochet this 12&#; pillow. Details here stacysstitches

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Tips for Working with Bernat Velvet Yarn

Have you had a chance to run the new Bernat Velvet yarn through your fingers yet? If you&#;ve seen it in the store, or if you&#;ve brought some home already, you know how delicious it feels next to the skin. It is soft and luxurious and it just glides through your fingers. After working up four of my new Velvet Cardis, I think it&#;s safe to say that I have fallen in love with this yarn. That being said, there are a few things I&#;ve noticed while working with it that can be aggravating given it&#;s slippery texture. I decided to compile this list of tips for working with Bernat Velvet (or any velvet) yarn that helped me.

Tips for working with Bernat Velvet Yarn

Tips for Working with Bernat Velvet Yarn

While designing the Velvet Cardi, I noticed that tension played a huge factor in how well my piece turned out. Because velvet yarn is so slippery, it is very common for the stitches to &#;worm&#; their way out of alignment. These are simply yarn loops that pull away from the fabric creating little (or big) loops which looks like worms and can throw off your entire project &#; or worse, make you want to throw it in the trash. We will also discuss how hook size plays an important roll in the outcome of said project and other tips to start you out on the right foot with velvet. Grab your hook and let&#;s check it out!

tips for working with Velvet yarn

Keep tension tight

While this yarn is a dream to the touch, it is slippery to work with, which can cause the yarn to pull away from the other stitches, causing a &#;worming&#; effect. This happens when the tension is too loose allowing the stitches to settle and relax in a way that creates unseemly (and super aggravating) loops. To combat this, you&#;ll want to keep your tension tight while working with velvet yarn. Consciously pull your loops a bit tighter than normal.

Bernat Velvet hook size

Consider going down (at least one) hook size

After realizing how much of a role tension plays on how well the finished product turns out, I ended up going down TWO hook sizes from the recommended hook size (from mm to a mm) in order to get a fabric/weave I was happy with. The smaller hook makes the stitches smaller, and I found that working smaller stitches, in addition to this, further helped to keep the yarn from worming. Consider using smaller stitches when working with this yarn.

For example, I used double crochet to make my first gauge swatch and single crochet for my second swatch before switching to a happy medium, the Half Double Crochet paired with a smaller hook. I loved the fabric it created so much I ended up using it in my new Velvet Cardi pattern.

Leave longer velvet yarn tails to weave in

As I worked with this yarn (through four cardigans now) I noticed that the yarn ends like to wiggle their way out with wear and that the yarn ends shed. For this reason, leave your yarn tails about twice as long as you normally would. This allows you to SUPER weave in your ends (back and forth through several rows and going in several directions) so that if the pesky little yarn end DOES pop free, you can simply snip it without fear that the entire piece will work itself loose and unravel.

Check your work frequently

Periodically stop to review your work. When you stop to take a drink, get up to use the bathroom, stop to count a row etc, take a quick look over your recent work. This way if, in the last few rows, you see a loop that is noticeably looser than the rest, you can frog (rip the stitches out) back to correct this tension issue &#; and the almost certain &#;worming&#; that will take place as a result. It is much easier (and less painful) to fix a mistake one or two rows back rather than frogging all the way back to the beginning of your project. I had a few mini-frog sessions myself while using this velvet yarn and going back to fix it was worth it in the end. Take it from me and check your work periodically. The more often you check the less frogging you&#;ll have to do.

how to crochet with velvet yarn

Pay attention to your loops

Pay close attention when inserting your hook into the stitches. Because the velvet stitches (and certainly the individual loops, back loop and front loop) are harder to see than stitches worked with regular yarn, it can be easy to insert your hook into only one of the loops instead of both of the loops along the top of the stitch. If you pick up just one of the loops, this can create small holes in the fabric that are noticeable both immediately after crocheting them and after you&#;ve finished your entire project. If it feels like you didn&#;t hook enough of the stitch, you may not have gotten through both loops.

I recommend trying this intentionally so you can see &#; and feel &#; the difference.

Caring for velvet yarn

This yarn is recommended as hand wash only. While not my favorite thing in the world, it is better than losing your hard work! Hand wash and lay flat to dry. You might consider a sweater dryer like this one from WeCrochet. The less you jostle the stitches (especially in the washing machine), the less chances of worming.

In short, you&#;ll want to keep tension tight, use smaller stitches, and leave longer tails to weave in. I just love how this yarn feels against my skin, so I say its worth it!

Have you tried velvet yarn? I&#;m curious to know what you think, and I love to hear any tips or tricks that worked for you. Leave a comment if you care to share!

Velvet yarn tips & tricks

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Velvet Crocheted Blanket Pattern &#; Vel Luxe Throw

Scroll down for the free pattern or you may choose to purchase the inexpensive, ad-free, printable version from my Etsy shop HERE or the kit from Lion Brand Yarn HERE -available in 3 colors

If I could pick only one crocheted throw blanket for my living room, THIS would be it!  It has the look and feel of an expensive brand name knit throw, but it’s special because it’s handmade. &#; My daughter and I sit with this afghan nearly each evening as we wind down for the night.  The drapey, super soft velvet feels like luxury and it’s simply the most comfortable blanket that we have.  I even added a little leather tag to it that says “Love” because it’s that cuddling, snuggling type of blanket.  There have been some really cute and velvety, chenille type Ugg blankets that have been in stores this year, and this blanket reminds me a bit of those!

Update: I just wanted to let you know that after use, I’ve noticed some loops coming out of the blanket. From talking with others, it seems this is the nature of the yarn.  While I’ve taken a needle and thread to weave in the loops, it may just continue.  Definitely consider this as a possibility before making the blanket.

Have you crocheted with a velvet yarn? When I heard that Lion Brand was coming out with the Vel-Luxe yarn, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it.   I’d never worked with velvet before!  While I made a blanket from it this time, it would also be a lot of fun to make a cardigan or a hat.   I was concerned it might shed or be difficult to work with, however, it doesn’t shed at all. Not even a tiny bit, which surprised me.  It also maintained its softness.  Sometimes certain acrylics feel soft to me, but once I crochet them into a fabric they seem to become stiffer. Not this velvet.  It’s drapey, lovely and soft as can be.  I have absolutely no complaints and want to use it again.

During the design phase of this crocheted blanket ( fancy speak for how I decided to make it ), I tried several different stitches holding the two strands of yarn together.  One thing was true – stitches looked quite different with the yarn! First, I thought the granite stitch (here) would be perfect, but when I worked up a swatch it looked completely different than what I’m used to.  If you try it, you’ll see what I mean!  I don’t know if this was due to the fact I was holding two strands together, or the nature of the velvet, but it was rather interesting to see how some of my favorite stitches worked up in crochet.  It will be fun to try knit stitches sometime as well to see if they are any different.

In the end, I liked the clean, knit-like look of using half double crochet stitches through the back loop for this blanket.  The slight ribbing gives it a nice, understated texture and makes it cozy too. It’s also completely beginner friendly, so no being intimidated by this project. If you can count stitches, and know how to half double crochet, you are good to go with this pattern.  &#;

Below: SQUISH!!!

If you’re curious about the tag, it was very easy to make.  First, let me say that you might save yourself money by finding a shop on Etsy that will personalize tags for you.  I was in a bit of a hurry and didn’t have time to wait for tags to be made for me, so I did them myself.  I purchased scrap leather from Michaels and a set of leather stamps which included the letters of the alphabet.  I already had a leather hold punch at home and wax thread.  From there, I simply cut out a leather rectangle, stamped the word “LOVE” on my tag with the letter stamps, punched holes in each of the four corners and sewed it onto the corner of the blanket.  It was an investment, but I love that I now I have the letter stamps to make tags that say anything that I want! The stamps aren’t cheap, nor is the hole punch, so go to Michaels armed with one or more of their coupons that you can grab online.

I added poms to my blanket, but if I make it again, I’ll add tassels instead.  It’s a lot of work to give these poms just the right hair cut to have them looking clean.  You’ve also got to make the pom very tight and secure so that the slick velvety pieces don’t slide out! The tassels are just as beautiful as I did test out making a large one to see how they looked. It was much easier and just as nice.  But the poms are pretty, so if you’re up for the challenge, go for it!

Below: Loving this lighter Silver color as well

Let’s get to this Vel-Luxe Throw pattern!

Free pattern below, or you may choose to purchase the printable version in my Etsy shop HERE

Vel-Luxe Throw Blanket Crochet Pattern

Pattern Description: Luxurious velvet yarn and modern crochet stitch work make this a timeless blanket that’s perfect for year-round use.  Understated ribbing gives this crocheted afghan the look of knit and the comfort and quality of an expensive store-bought throw. Perfect for gift giving or to make as a special throw blanket for yourself.

Skill Level: Beginner +

Materials:

US Size L mm crochet hook

9 Lion Brand Yarn Vel-Luxe Yarn in Charcoal ( g/skein) Pattern uses approximately

         1, grams including poms  Kit available from Lion Brand HERE in Charcoal, Dusty Pink & Marigold 

(You may also purchase the yarn, without the kit from Lion Brand HERE)

Scissors

Tapestry needle

 

Dimensions (approximate)

45” X 50”

Abbreviations & Skills:

ch – chain

st – stitch

hdc – half double crochet

hdc blo – half double crochet through the back loop only

Gauge:

Approximately 10 stitches and 6 ¾ rows per 4” x 4”

Notes: This blanket is crocheted while holding two strands of yarn together throughout the pattern.

Pattern Instructions

Holding two strands of yarn together, ch

Row 1 Hdc in 2nd ch from hook and in each st across the row ()

Row 2 Turn, ch 2 (doesn’t count as a stitch), hdc blo in each st across the row ()

Repeat row 2 until you’ve used 8 skeins of yarn or your blanket is approximately 45” wide.

Tie off and weave in ends.

Add Poms or Tassels (optional):

Tip: Poms might be more challenging to make than tassels due to the nature of the yarn.

With a pom maker or your preferred method, create 4 large poms or tassels.  Trim as needed. Securely tie one pom or tassel to each corner of the blanket with a length of yarn and weave in ends. You may find many pom and tassel tutorials by doing a simple online search. You may also view a picture tutorial on how to make a pom at the Mama In A Stitch Blog at: https://www.mamainastitch.com/how-to-make-an-easy-pom-pom-from-yarn/

A simple tassel tutorial can be found here:

https://www.mamainastitch.com/how-to-make-tassels/

 

Enjoy your new, luxurious blanket!

Hope you enjoyed this my friends. I’d love to hear your thoughts and have an amazing day.

XO

Jessica

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Welcome to Daisy Farm Crafts!

Hello, Hannah here, I&#;m starting off the new year by trying out some new yarn! This is Bernat Velvet Plus, and if you saw my mom’s post from a few days ago you know she’s been busy using this yarn for scrunchies and headbands, but I wanted to see how this yarn would work up as a blanket!

Here’s what I’ve learned so far about working with this yarn:

-It’s just as soft and luxurious as regular Bernat Velvet, but it works up much differently. It’s not nearly as slippery as the regular velvet, so I don’t feel like I have to worry as much about extra loops coming loose.

-Since it’s more furry, it does shed a little bit more than the other velvet yarns. I don’t think I would make something with this yarn that involves a lot of color changes or tassels &#; the less cutting the better.

-It’s hard to see stitches, so any stitches where you insert your hook into a space instead of a stitch makes things go faster. I used the moss stitch for this one, which is SC, chain one, skip one, and it helps to use my finger to find the space for each stitch. It gets easier to find the stitches the more your blanket grows, but I don&#;t think I would recommend this yarn for a brand new crocheter &#; it helps to have a few other projects under your belt so you know where to feel for the stitch spaces. 

All that being said, this yarn does work up really fast and so far I really love how wonderfully soft my blanket is turning out. It is a little bit heavy, but since I live in Denver I can never have too many warm blankets! I made this one for my guest room: 

I have some more of this yarn in a really pretty cream color that I want to use to make a throw for my living room couch and I&#;m excited to keep experimenting with which stitches work best with this yarn! Thank you to our friends at Yarnspirations* for sending us this yarn to try!

7 skeins of Bernat Velvet Plus (% polyester g/ oz, 71 m/78 yds)

Size N/P 10mm hook

Tapestry Needle

Scissors

Finished size appx 34 in x 44 in

Gauge 4 in = 5 moss stitches and 8 rows

Chain any even number. (I chained If you&#;d like to make your blanket bigger or smaller, chain any even number and make sure the chain measures 2 inches longer than your desired blanket width &#; the chain will shrink a bit after the first row because of the skipped chains in the moss stitch.)

ROW 1: Starting in the 4th chain from the hook, work a SC, CH 1. Skip the next chain then work SC, CH 1. Continue working SC, CH 1 in every other chain. You should end with one SC in the last chain. CH 2 and turn.

ROW 2: Work SC, CH 1 into the chain one space of the row below. Skip the next stitch, then work SC, CH 1 in the next chain one space. Continue working SC, CH 1 into the all the chain one spaces from the row below. End with a SC that is between the last stitch and the turning chain of the row below. Chain 2 and turn. 

Repeat row 2 for the remainder of the blanket. 

Here is a quick video of the moss stitch (worked in a different yarn) if you&#;d like to see how it&#;s done: 

Weave in all ends before beginning the border. 

Round 1: Pull up a loop in any corner and chain 2. Work the moss stitch (SC, Ch 1) around the blanket. On the sides you want to work your SC, Ch 1 on the end spaces of every other row. Work 3 SCs into each corner, then chain one, then resume working the moss stitch around the blanket. When you get back to the corner you started with, slip stitch into the corner, then chain 2 and turn. 

Round 2: Continue working the moss stitch (SC, Ch 1) around the blanket. When you get back to the corner you started with, slip stitch into the corner, then chain 2 and turn. 

Repeat round 2 until you reach your desired border thickness (I had enough yarn to go around 4 times total.)

Thank you so much for visiting our blog! If you decide to make this blanket please take a picture and share with us on Facebook or Instagram using #daisyfarmcrafts, we&#;d love to see!

xo, Hannah

Materials

  • 6 skeins of Bernat Velvet Plus (% polyester g/ oz, 71 m/78 yds)
  • Size N/P 10mm hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors

Instructions

Finished size appx 34 in x 44 in
Gauge 4 in = 5 moss stitches and 8 rows

Pattern

Chain any even number. (I chained If you'd like to make your blanket bigger or smaller, chain any even number and make sure the chain measures 2 inches longer than your desired blanket width - the chain will shrink a bit after the first row because of the skipped chains in the moss stitch.)

ROW 1: Starting in the 4th chain from the hook, work a SC, CH 1. Skip the next chain then work SC, CH 1. Continue working SC, CH 1 in every other chain. You should end with one SC in the last chain. CH 2 and turn.

ROW 2: Work SC, CH 1 into the chain one space of the row below. Skip the next stitch, then work SC, CH 1 in the next chain one space. Continue working SC, CH 1 into the all the chain one spaces from the row below. End with a SC that is between the last stitch and the turning chain of the row below. Chain 2 and turn. 

Repeat row 2 for the remainder of the blanket. 

Here is a quick video of the moss stitch (worked in a different yarn) if you'd like to see how it's done: 

Border

Weave in all ends before beginning the border. 

Round 1: Pull up a loop in any corner and chain 2. Work the moss stitch (SC, Ch 1) around the blanket. On the sides you want to work your SC, Ch 1 on the end spaces of every other row. Work 3 SCs into each corner, then chain one, then resume working the moss stitch around the blanket. When you get back to the corner you started with, slip stitch into the corner, then chain 2 and turn. 

Round 2: Continue working the moss stitch (SC, Ch 1) around the blanket. When you get back to the corner you started with, slip stitch into the corner, then chain 2 and turn. 

Repeat round 2 until you reach your desired border thickness (I had enough yarn to go around 4 times total.)

*Daisy Farm Crafts in sponsored by Yarnspirations 

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