Crochet Chunky Throw Blanket

Hi friends,

I’ve been working on this Crochet Chunky Throw Blanket off and on for a while and I finally finished it!! I am so happy with the way it turned out and it was super simple to make. 🙂

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I used Bernat Blanket yarn in Whipped Cream and an N/9mm crochet hook to stitch up my blanket. It’s beginner friendly and a great project to work on while you’re watching your favorite movie or Netflix show. 🙂

To make my blanket, I started with 150 foundation double crochet stitches. Then I chained 2 – which counts as the first stitch of the next row – and turned my work. I skipped the first stitch and worked a double crochet in the back loop of each stitch across. Each row is just a repeat of that – chain 2 (counts as first stitch), turn, skip first double crochet, double crochet in the back loop of each stitch across. Continue the pattern until desired size.

My throw measures about 72 inches wide and 62 inches long. I used seven (10.5 ounce) skeins of Bernat Blanket yarn to make my throw. The best thing about this simple pattern is that you can make your throw any size you want! Just make your foundation double crochet row the width you want and continue adding rows until it’s the length you want.

If you’re interested in the Chunky Crochet Farmhouse Pillow Cover in the 2nd pic above, you can find my free pattern here.

What color will you make your Crochet Chunky Throw Blanket?


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2 Responses to Crochet Chunky Throw Blanket

  1. ArtyMissK says:

    Thats so beautiful, I’ve never been able to get the hang of crochet.

    Liked by 1 person

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