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Blue Boyfriend Blanket

By: BeanCrochets

A crocheted afghan can be the perfect gift for your loved one. Free crochet afghan patterns like the Blue Boyfriend Blanket are fun projects you will be proud to give as gifts.


Crochet HookP/16 or 11.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Very nice! A close family friend is going to college in a few week and now I know exactly what to make him, lol. I love the shades of blue but I think perhaps I will add one brighter color just for a bit of fun and because he is a bright color kind of guy. It is great that the pattern is so easy because at the moment I am mainly crocheting in the evenings after a long day at work.

ALL FREE CROCHET EDITOR - Please check this pattern! I could not locate which stitch was used anywhere nor details of how many stitches at the end of the row, etc. According to the picture it looks like the reverse single crochet was used for border but nothing mentioned in pattern. The pattern only states how many rows per color and that's about it. So, since it is a beginner pattern, if the person who wanted to crochet it is truly a beginner the wouldn't have a clue what to do.

Hi Betsy, This pattern seems to be a fairly straightforward one: you simply chain 136 stitches (or however wide you want your afghan to be), then just continue single crocheting row by row. If you chained 136 for your foundation row, then every row after that will have 136 single crochet stitches. I hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

I love this! have been looking for a quick, easy pattern to make for 2 relatives heading off to college in the fall. This will be easy to make in their new college colors.

I agree with lockyerlt, it does need a border, or maybe some fringe on the two short ends

I made a variation of this blanket for my daughter several years ago. I used navy, an emerald green and an off white for the stripes. Instead of single crochet I used the following all across the row: single crochet followed by double crochet. It gives it an interesting texture. It's a very simple pattern. Just decide how wide you want the stripes, and how long & how wide you want the blanket, and which direction you want the stripes to go, then make your "cast on" chain accordingly. A pattern really isn't necessary. I really don't even count the cast on chain stitches. I just keep going until I like the length. I count the rows in the 1st stripe so I know how many rows I'll need of each color. The number of skeins of yarn will depend on the size you want to make. I always get the "no dye lot" skeins in case I misjudge and have to go back for more.

This blanket is cute and looks fun to make, but I think it needs a border.

Dlrsling - if you click on the 'Click here' link, it takes you to a LiveJournal page with several pictures. At the bottom of those pictures is the pattern. (It isn't a very complex pattern, I can see why you missed it.)

I haven't been able to find the instructions , just a picture .

No pattern needed it only depends on whether or not you are doing single crochet or double or half double crochet, just chain up as wide as you want, add 1 for single add 2 for half double or 3 for double, then go as many rows as you want for each color, to add a new color join a new one to the last stitch in you last row, and keep going as many as you want.


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