No Beginning Chain Egg Blanket


You'll love working up this No Beginning Chain Egg Blanket because you don't have to find the chain stitches. This beautiful crochet design is an easy crochet pattern that uses single crochet and double crochet stitches. The step-by-step crochet instructions are easy to follow, so get started on this free pattern today. This crochet blanket can be made in any size; five widths are given in the crochet pattern instructions.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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I enjoy making items that use DTC, or double treble crochet. To me, it just feels like the projects get completed quicker. Any opportunity to use it, I like to. This egg crochet blanket is the perfect excuse.

Love this afghan. It doesnt look too hard to make. Its an absolute beauty. I cant wait to make one. I am so excited to see this pattern. I have this same afghan that my mother made for me a very long time ago, but she couldnt find her pattern. Thank you for sharing this.

The delicate design of this afghan is breathtaking. It looks light and airy and suitable to use when the weather does not merit a heavy blanket. Thank you for providing alternative sizes to crochet this project. The directions are clear and the video very helpful in crocheting this No Beginning Chain Egg Blanket.

I do like the look of this No Beginning Chain Egg Blanket. The pattern is well written and easy to follow with some great pictures. I really like the look Double treble crochet stitch gives. I like that there are directions for different sizes and appreciate Lynpreby comment below. I'm starting this one soon and being winter time I need to get this one started.. Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

Just finished this one It's a very easy pattern but unfortunately I chose the largest size and finally just decided to end it after it nearly covered a queen-sized bed I used Caron Simply Soft which was a pleasure to work with however for an afghan I would suggest not starting with the largest size It's really nice very soft but became uncomfortable when working on it in degree weather I should have started it a few months sooner Lovely though when finished I will give it to my sister as a Christmas gift I made it in a lovely shade Country Blue and only made it in this color because it was the only yarn Michael's had enough of in stock That is typical of Michael's If I had used the other three skeins I purchased for this little project it would have been waaay too big to be usedRead More as an afghan but closer to a king-sized coverlet

I'm not quite sure why this is called a "chainless foundation". The chain in simply made simultaneously with the designated stitch. It is probably more appropriately called a foundation stitch and the foundation, itself, is a series of foundation stitches, be they sc, dc, hdc etc. BUT, there IS a chain.

I just finished making this with Red Heart With Love, Eggshell. I'm a beginner and I loved this pattern. It was a pleasure to do and looks great. Thanks!

how many skeins of yarn for each size?? thanks, luv the pattern.

This pattern gives yarn quantities for the various patterns. When using yarn other than what the pattern calls for, how do you determine how much yarn to the required number of yards?

why won't it let me get the pattern for no chain egg pattern

go here :) Its where the link is supposed to send you :)


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