Canvas Blanket


Canvas Blanket with a beautiful stitch and beautiful colors that will surely amaze you, it has a very delicate final result and is perfect to make the environment very cozy. With its beautiful colors, it is a perfect piece to decorate the environment, it will match with various decorations. Comfortable and beautiful is very easy to make. Crochet is very useful for decorative pieces that complete the look of the house with comfort, leaving everything very elegant, like this blanket for sofa and bed.

The blanket suggested here has beautiful colors, but they are just a suggestion, the choice of colors is up to you and according to your decor to make the environment very cozy, if you want, change the colors to match your environment. A job that needs a little more attention, but has a worthwhile result.


Often, mixing colors can be fun and interesting, making your room feel cheerful and cozy in an amazing way. This blanket has a classic and stylish design that I’m sure you’ll love. Blankets are a very stylish and creative way to decorate sofas and beds, of any style.

See Also:
Ripple Pulp Crochet Gown
Crochet Hexagon Blanket Beehive
Crochet Shoulder to Shoulder Dress

Canvas Blanket

Materials:

Smoothie DK (Yarn}
Appropriate size crochet hook for your yarn (I used a 4mm)
Yarn needle

Definition of Terms:

Half double crochet (hdc): yarn over, insert hook in next stitch, yarn over and pull loop through stitch (3 loops on hook). Yarn over and pull through all three loops on hook.

Double crochet (dc): yarn over, insert hook in next stitch, yarn over and pull loop through stitch (3 loops on hook). Yarn over and pull through two loops on hook (2 loops remaining on hook). Yarn over and pull through two remaining loops on hook.

Puff stitch:

yarn over, insert hook in indicated stitch and draw yarn through stitch three times (7 loops on hook). Yarn over and pull through all loops on hook. Chain 1 to lock.

Cluster stitch: yarn over, insert hook in next stitch and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through 2 loops 4 times (5 loops on hook). Yarn over and pull through all loops on hook.

Treble stitch (trbl): Yarn over hook twice, insert hook into next stitch. Yarn over hook and draw yarn through stitch (4 loops on hook). Pull yarn through two loops (3 loops remaining on hook). Yarn over and draw through two loops (2 loops remaining). Yarn over and draw through the last two loops on hook.


Round 1

I prefer to start with a magic circle, but if you’d rather start with a chain: chain 5 and join with a slip stitch. Next, chain 3 to count as the first double crochet and work 15 more double crochet stitches into the ring. Join with a slip stitch to the top of the beginning chain 3. (16 double crochet stitches in total) Fasten off.

Round 2

Attach next color with a slip stitch to any dc, chain 1, puff stitch in the same stitch and in each dc around. Join with a slip stitch to the first puff stitch. (16 puff stitches in total) Fasten off.

Round 3

Attach next color with a slip stitch in the chain 1 space of any puff stitch, chain 2, (cluster stitch, chain 2) in the same space and in each chain 1 spaces around. Join with a slip stitch to the beginning cluster stitch. (16 cluster stitches in total) Fasten off.

To make a blanket for example – then you have to make a decision about how to join the squares before you start round 4. You have two options: finish all the squares seperately and sew or crochet the squares together* (in which case you can proceed with round 4) or join the squares as-you-go* (in which case you can proceed to make a required amount of three-round granny squares/rounds which you can eventually join).

Round 4

Whatever you choose, you will need round 4 sooner or later. I prefer to use the same color (white or black) for every fourth round of every square to create unity, but of course you can use any color you want.

To start round 4 attach your next color with a slip stitch to any chain 2 space. Chain 4 to count as the first treble stitch and then crochet two treble stitches in the same space. Now, the next steps might sound a bit tricky, but it’s not as bad as it seems: you’re

basically going to turn your Sunburst rounds into squares. In the picture below you can see which stitches you’ll use for the straight lines (pink) and the corners (blue).

First crochet 3 dc in the next chain 2 space, 3 hdc in the next chain 2 space and 3 dc in the next chain 2 space. You now made one of the four straight lines of your square. Next, you’ll make your first corner: all in the next chain 2 space crochet 3 treble stitches, chain

3, and another 3 treble stitches. Repeat this sequence (straight line + corner) two times, then repeat from * to * (straight line) once. To finish your last corner: crochet 3 treble stitches in the same space as the beginning treble stitches, chain 3 and join with a slip stitch to the top of the beginning chain 4.

Our Team’s Opinion About This Pattern

Crochet Virus Shawl, the blanket that’ll keep you warm at night and will complete the decor too, it will amaze everybody with these colors and patterns, i’m sure you’re gonna love it. This is a piece that is aways needed, that’s why it is so famous. This will surely make your customers want one like it, which will help you in sales!!

Want to make this amazing Crochet Virus Shawl? Then set aside all your material and tools before starting your piece so that you already have everything close at hand, this way it’ll be easy to carry out this project, follow the tutorial carefully, make your piece while following the tutorial and I’ m sure that you will be able to make this amazing work easily.


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