Make a crochet baby blanket with a beautiful stitch and a crochet as you go blanket border. This blanket is very easy to adjust to any size.
Below you will find the complete pattern and instructional photos for the All in One Crochet baby blanket pattern. You will also find all the materials, stitches, gauge, and sizing information.
A One Skein Crochet Baby Blanket?
No, I will not call this a one skein blanket. I actually use just a little over half of this skein, but the Caron Anniversary Cake Yarn is not your typical skein of yarn. It is 35 ozs of yarn which is the same as 4.5 skeins of a normal Caron Chunky Cake skein. But it was still a fun yarn to leave on the kitchen table for my husband to find.
Make your own size Crochet Blanket
This is a very easy pattern to adjust. Just chain any odd number of chains, work the bottom border, work as many middle rows as you would like, and then finish up the top border. It is just that easy. I did my best to give some recommendations on the starting chain, row count and yarn needed for different sizes of crochet blankets.
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Caron Chunky Cakes (Size 6 Yarn) (Amount in Chart)
Color – Rainbow Jellys
Size 9mm Crochet Hook
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Stitches and Abbreviations
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
BLOSC – Single Crochet in the Back Loops Only
DC – Double Crochet
ST(s) – Stitch(es)
Gauge and Size
9 BLOSC = 4 inches
7 rows = 3 inches
Note: I used the Caron Chunky Cakes (9.8 oz/ 290 yds) skein to calculate the skein amounts. Keep in mind the wider your blanket is the smaller the stripes will be.
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All in One Crochet Baby Blanket
-Written in US terms.
– I do not count my CH1, turning chain, as a stitch.
-Your stitch count will be one less than your starting chain and will not change throughout the project.
– Row counts will restart in the last section since the row number will vary by size.
– This pattern is easy to adjust. Just start with an odd number of chains for your starting chain. Row 1 will have an even number of stitches.
Part 1: Bottom Blanket Border
Small Baby Blanket CH 69
Large Baby Blanket CH 91
Small Throw Blanket CH 117
Large Throw Blanket CH 135
Twin Size Blanket CH 135
Full-Size Blanket CH 203
Queen Size Blanket CH 203
King Size Blanket CH 243
Bottom Border Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from the hook. SC in each ST across.
Bottom Border Row 2–10: CH1, turn, BLOSC in each ST across.
Part 2: Middle of the Blanket
Note: We are continuing the row count from the previous section since it is still the same for all sizes.
Middle Row 11: Ch1, turn, BLOSC into first 9 STs, *(SC, DC) into next ST, Skip a ST* repeat from *to* until you reach the last 9 STs. BLOSC into last 9 STs.
Middle Row 12: Ch1, turn, BLOSC into first 9 STs, *(SC, DC) into next ST, Skip a ST* repeat from *to* until you reach the last 9 STs. BLOSC into last 9 STs.
Notes: How many times you repeat the stitch pattern between the *s will depend on your blanket size. When working row 12 you will work your (SC, DC) into the top of the Double Crochets of the previous row.
Now we will repeat row 12 until you reach the total number of rows indicated for your size below.
Small Baby Blanket – Repeat row 12 until you have a total of 58 rows.
Large Baby Blanket– Repeat row 12 until you have a total of 82 rows.
Small Throw Blanket– Repeat row 12 until you have a total of 129 rows.
Large Throw Blanket– Repeat row 12 until you have a total of 157 rows.
Twin Size Blanket– Repeat row 12 until you have a total of 199 rows.
Full-Size Blanket– Repeat row 12 until you have a total of 199 rows.
Queen Size Blanket– Repeat row 12 until you have a total of 241 rows.
King Size Blanket– Repeat row 12 until you have a total of 241 rows.
Part 3: Top Blanket Border
Top Border Row 1: CH1, turn, BLOSC in first 9 STs, SC in each ST until you reach the last 9 STs, BLOSC in last 9 STs.
Top Border Row 2-11: CH1, turn, BLOSC in each ST across.
Final Row Count:
Small Baby Blanket – 69 total rows
Large Baby Blanket – 93 total rows
Small Throw Blanket – 140 total rows
Large Throw Blanket – 168 total rows
Twin Size Blanket – 210 total rows
Full-Size Blanket – 210 total rows
Queen Size Blanket – 252 total rows
King Size Blanket – 252 total rows
After working the Top Border Row 11, fasten off and weave in all your ends. Your All-in-One Crochet Baby Blanket (or larger blanket) is complete and ready to be enjoyed.
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