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Textured Ombre Crochet Blanket

By: Vicky Pietz from patternprincess.com
Updated December 03, 2019
Textured Ombre Crochet Blanket
Textured Ombre Crochet Blanket

"This Textured Ombre Crochet Blanket will be a beautiful addition to the decor at the farmhouse. If you can double crochet, you can create this lovely afghan. Are you looking for the perfect crochet blanket pattern? This is one of those relaxing patterns that is easy to crochet with gorgeous results. The colors of this ombre yarn are long. Therefore, this yarn lends itself to crocheting a large blanket like this one. I just love the hues of changing colors without the hassle of having to weave in tons of yarn ends. This was a very nice yarn to work with. This crochet pattern uses double crochet to achieve this beautiful textured look. Repeat rows 2-16 throughout. However, due to the turning at the end of each row, some of the row directions are slightly different. That way, the texture will stay on the correct side of the afghan."

NotesThis crochet pattern includes video tutorials to help with understanding the stitches.

Easy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeFour double crochet to 1 square inch.

Finished SizeThe size of this blanket with the border is 53 inches wide by 74 inches long.

Materials List

  • Size I crochet Hook
  • 7 Skeins of Red Heart Ombre Yarn Anthracite. Approximately 3,374 yards. I started a fresh skein for the border and did not use it all; so just a bit less than the full 7 skeins of yarn.
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

Instructions

Begin: 180 foundational no chain double crochet, Turn.

Row 2
Ch 3, DC in each ST across (Turn at the end of each row).

Row 3
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 4
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 5
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 6
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 7
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 8
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 9
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 10
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 11
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 12
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 13
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 14
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 15
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 16
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 17
CH 3, DC in each ST across (Turn at the end of each row).

Row 18
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 19
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 20
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 21
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 22
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 23
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 24
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 25
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 26
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 27
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 28
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 29
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 30
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 31
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 32
CH 3, DC in each ST across (Turn at the end of each row).

Row 33
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 34
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 35
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 36
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 37
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 38
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 39
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 40
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 41
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 42
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 43
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 44
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 45
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 46
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 47
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 48
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 49
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 50
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 51
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 52
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 53
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 54
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 55
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 56
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 57
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 58
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 59
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 60
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 61
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 62
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 63
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 64
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 65
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 66
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 67
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 68
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 69
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 70
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 71
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 72
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 73
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 74
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 75
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 76
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 77
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 78
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 79
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 80
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 81
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 82
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 83
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 84
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 85
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 86
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 87
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 88
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 89
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 90
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 91
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 92
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 93
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 94
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 95
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 96
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 97
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 98
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 99
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 100
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 101
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 102
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 103
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 104
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 105
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 106
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 107
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 108
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 109
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 110
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 111
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 112
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 113
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 114
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 115
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 116
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 117
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 118
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 119
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 120
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 121
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 122
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 123
CH 3, BPDC in each ST across

Row 124
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Row 125
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 126
CH 3, FLDC in each ST across

Row 127
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 128
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 129
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 130
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 131
CH 3, BLDC in each ST across

Row 132
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 133
CH 3, alternate FPDC and BPDC across

Row 134
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 135
CH 3, DC in each ST across

Row 136
CH 3, FPDC in each ST across

Do not cut off yarn. However, as yarn skein runs out, join another skein.

Border

  1. Round 1: Continuing in the corner 3 SC. Then continue up the first side. Complete 2 SC in each CH 3 SP or DC SP. For each corner, complete 3 SC. For the ends, complete a SC in each ST. After you have completed a SC for each side, join with a SL ST to the first SC.

  2. Round 2: CH 3, 3 DC in corner ST. DC in each SC around making sure to do 3 DC in each corner. SL ST into the top CH of initial CH 3. 

  3. Round 3: 1 Slip stitch in the next ST so you can complete 3 DC in the corner ST. Then complete FPDC and BPDC alternating between the two with 3 DC in each corner. End with the last FPDC or BPDC and SL ST into the top of the first DC.

  4. Weave in yarn ends and cut of the excess yarn.

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