Mega Bulky Yarn Crochet Blanket
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This easy Mega Bulky Yarn Crochet Blanket is perfect for crocheters who want to make something quick and affordable. Using bulky yarn means that you have less yardage needed to complete the crochet blanket pattern.
From The Blogger:
"Hi, I’m Marie Dabbs with The Inspiration Vault, and the only thing I love more than crafts and crochet projects is getting a great deal on my supplies. Imagine how excited I was when I saw a huge bin full of Bernat’s Mega Bulky Yarn for only $1 a skein at Dollar Tree! I grabbed 10 skeins thinking that would be plenty to make a blanket, based on the materials used for my Santa Hat Crochet Blanket. Well, it turns out I needed three more skeins and decided to use an accent color to break up all the taupe yarn. I didn’t pay full price for those either, thanks to some awesome 50% and 60% off coupons.
Since the Mega Bulky Yarn is so thick, I had to keep the stitch simple. I tried out several stitches, but at that size, most of them looked bizarre. A simple single crochet stitch looked the best and put the focus back onto the beautiful yarn. This would be a great project for someone who is just learning how to crochet or for someone who wants to make a blanket fast since each skein took less than an hour to finish! Who doesn’t love fast and thrifty?"
Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook
Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge3 sts in pattern = 2.5″
- 10 Skeins Neutral Bernat Mega Bulky Yarn
- 3 Skeins Cream Bernat Mega Bulky Yarn
- S-19/ 19 mm Jumbo Crochet Hook
- J-10/ 6 mm Crochet Hook
With CA, ch 50.
Ch 2 extra, turn, then sc into the 3rd st. Sc to the end of the chain.
Ch 1, turn, sc in 2nd st. Sc for 11 more rows, 12 total.
When you reach the end of row 12, instead of ch 1, loop in CB, turn, sc in 2nd st.
Sc 4 rows in CB.
Repeat, sc 12 rows of CA and 4 rows CB so you will have 5 blocks of taupe with 4 stripes of cream for the blanket.
Cut at least 100, 9-inch pieces of CB. Use these to tie a lark’s head knot into each st on the top and bottom of the blanket.
Weave in the ends of the yarn to finish.
That’s it! See, I told you this Mega Bulky Yarn Crochet Blanket would be fast and easy to make.
The finished blanket measures 58″ long by 46″ wide, not including the fringe.
- Color A (taupe)
- Color B (cream)
- single crochet
Have you ever tried crocheting with Bernat’s Mega Bulky Yarn? Which stitch did you use?
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