Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket

Snuggle up and stay cozy in our Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket free crochet pattern. Our blanket has a gorgeous range of blue hues that are separated by blocks of white. It’s worked in a simple cluster crochet stitch one-row repeat, therefore, making it an easy crochet for beginners striped blanket pattern.

Calming Stripes Crochet blanket

4 reasons why you’re going to love the Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket

Firstly, If you love crocheting and learning a new simple stitch, you’ll love this pattern. Secondly, it’s a calming and relaxing blanket to work on because it’s a 1 row repeat. Thirdly, the clean and fresh stripes are modern and appealing. fourthly, everyone who sees it will be requesting orders!

Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket

The day she let go of the things that were weighing her down, was the day she began to shine the brightest.     

Katrina Mayer

Crochet Blanket Colour Inspiration

My mudroom is my favourite place to be. I spend my mornings snuggled up in my chair drinking my coffee. It’s the perfect spot to read, catch up on social and of course crochet.

Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket

If you hadn’t already guessed, my favourite colour is blue. It’s the calming tranquil effect I get just from looking at it. A new blanket was needed for my mudroom so blues were definitely my top choice. I was lucky to discover that Brava Bulky from WeCrochet had the perfect colours I was looking for. But if you need a little help on how to pick your colours, here’s my designer tip! Search for colour palette inspiration on Pinterest. This blanket is basically a colour chip!

Brava Bulky yarn

I wanted a simple textured crochet stitch that would be easy to work up and compliment the striped pattern. So after swatching several stitch options I settled on a single crochet cluster stitch. I then modified it to work up faster and use a little less yarn. Because we all want to spend a little less right?

crochet swatch in brava bulky yarn

Added Crochet Pattern Value

The calming stripes crochet blanket includes a video tutorial you can watch on YouTube. This will ensure you get the stitch pattern down without any problems. The blanket is worked in a 9mm crochet hook so it will work up quick. So settle in with a coffee and some Netflix and let’s get started on how to crochet a blanket!

calming coffee and crochet blanket

Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket

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Yarn Requirements:   

WeCrochet – Brava Bulky 100% Premium Acrylic (100g/136yds)

One Size: 60″ X 64″ Shown in MC White (6 balls), Solstice Heather (3 balls), Peacock (3 balls), Cornflower (3 balls), Tranquil (3 balls), Dove heather (3 balls) – 21 Balls or 2856 yards

Crochet Hook Requirements:

US M/13 (9mm) or size needed to obtain gauge

Gauge: 

5 Clusters and 8 Rows = to 4″

Additional Supplies:

Abbreviations:

Ch – Chain

MC – Main Color

Rep – Repeat

RS – Right Side

Sc – Single Crochet

Sk – Skip

Sl St – Slip Stitch 

St(s) – Stitch(es)

Special Crochet Stitches:

Single Crochet Cluster (scCL) – Draw up a loop in each of the next 3 sts, YO and draw through all 4 loops on hook

Modified Single Crochet Cluster (mscCL) – Draw up a loop in st, sk ch, draw up a loop in next st, YO and draw through all 3 loops on hook

Video Link:

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Instructions:

Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket

Notes:

Blanket is worked in rows, when changing colors, work last yarn over of last stitch with next color. Always start new color of yarn on RS of work. Video tutorial provided on YouTube.

Crochet Blanket

Row 1 (RS): With MC ch 179, work 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, turn—178 sts.

Row 2: Ch 2 (included as a st), *scCL over next 3 sts, ch 1, insert hook in last st of prev scCL; rep from * across, end with sc in last st, turn—178 sts (cluster equal to 2 sts).

Row 3: Ch 2, *mscCL over next 2 sts, ch 1, insert hook in last st of prev mscCL; rep from * across, end with sc in turning ch, turn—178 sts (cluster equal to 2 sts).

Repeat Row 3 for pattern

Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket

Colour Pattern as follows;

6 Rows MC (1 ball of yarn)

18-20 Rows A (work even number of rows using 3 balls of yarn)

6 Rows MC

18-20 Rows B (work even number of rows using 3 balls of yarn)

6 Rows MC

18-20 Rows C (work even number of rows using 3 balls of yarn)

6 Rows MC

18-20 Rows D (work even number of rows using 3 balls of yarn)

6 Rows MC

18-20 Rows E (work even number of rows using 3 balls of yarn)

5 Rows MC

Last row: Ch 1, work 1 sc in each st across, fasten off and weave in ends.

Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket

I hope you enjoy making the Calming Stripes Crochet Blanket pattern! For more designs by MJ’s Off The Hook Designs see our Ravelry, Etsy, LoveCrafts, or WeCrochet Shop. Check out our Facebook and Instagram for daily inspiration!  

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