Crocheted Popcorn Stitch Baby Blanket

Unfortunately, I do not have time to answer questions about this pattern. I hope it is accurate and that you enjoy. 

This is my favorite crocheted baby blanket - the popcorn stitch and v-stitch are so easy to remember that this is something my fingers can do without think my having to think..  (Click on photo to enlarge.  When done viewing, click on the 'x' to return to this page)



Popcorn stitch close-up


The pattern is super easy.  Chain desired # of stitches (I usually do 74)

First row: DC in 4th chain from hook, ch3, dc in same stitch, work V stitch across to end, dc in last stitch, ch1, turn


Row 1: SC
Row 2: Popcorn stitch
Row 3: SC
Row 4: V-stitch

Then I finished it with a scalloped edging.  Quick and cute.

SC= single crochet 3 in each V-stitch and 1 in each join across row
Popcorn stitch=Single crochet in next 2 stitches. * Work 5 double crochet (dc) stitches in the next stitch. Insert your hook from front to back under the top 2 loops of the first double crochet of the group. Grab the dropped loop with your hook and pull it through the stitch. Single crochet in next 3 stitches and then repeat from *
V-Stitch: Chain 3 for first 'post', *double crochet (dc) into 3rd stitch from hook, chain 3, dc into same stitch, sc in next 3 stitches and then repeat from *

3 comments:

  1. Elle, I meant to post earlier and time gets away from me! Thanks for posting your current patterns. This baby blanket it so sweet. I also like to knit washcloths to use for my face. One of these days I'd like to crochet an old fashioned granny squares blanket....on my long list of to do's!!! Have a great week and upcoming Memorial weekend. xoxo --Anne

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    1. Oh Anne, I hear you on time getting away from you as it does for me as well! I hope you make the time to do a granny square blanket as I am sure that would be so relaxing and rewarding and with it being squares, something you could work on whenever you had time. I am hoping to maybe work on my black sweater this weekend. I hope that you have a fabulous long weekend. xoxo

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  2. I love this! I don't crochet often, so was wondering what yarn and hook size you used for this. Since you make this pattern often, do you have a favorite yarn for this pattern? Love your YT channel and especially your daily living advice. Love your confidence and outlook on life 🙂

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