Making a two-sided crochet blanket is a lot of fun! You practically get two patterns for one! Reversible crochet blankets are a beautiful use of yarn and your time. You can never get bored with the finished project.
It is exciting to share with you my very first two-sided crochet blanket.
Not only would you be getting a blanket, but 5 different patterns. The two-sided blanket comes in the following sizes
Baby reversible crochet blanket
Toddler two-sided crochet blanket
Twin reversible crochet blanket
Queen two-sided crochet blanket
King two-sided crochet blanket
|Baby||40” X 40”|
|Toddler||42” X 52”|
|Twin||60” X 82”|
|Queen||80” X 90”|
|King||96” X 90”|
The pattern includes lots of photos and a video tutorial to help you make yours.
If you love the reversible crochet blanket, you should also check out the other range of reversible crochet patterns here on my blog.
How about having a look at my other crochet blankets? I am sure you would have lots of fun making these.
The two-sided blanket pattern is only available as a paid pattern, but you can read through the needed materials for the project.
As part of the Granny stitch hop hosted by Fiona of cosyrosieuk.com, you get this reversible crochet blanket @50% off.
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Materials needed for the two-sided crochet blanket pattern
Sirdar Cotton DK, #3 (100% cotton, 100g skein)
Sample made in grey (A) and white (B)
1800 (2800, 3600, 4000, 4800) yards in color A
1400 (2400, 3000, 3600, 4400) yards in color B
Hook and other Materials
- 5 mm Crochet Hook or any other suitable hook size.
- Stitch Markers – 2 pieces (in different colors)
13 sts over 16 rows
Chain 14, and follow the written pattern.
Your stitch counts should be:
With A = 4 shells, 5 ch-1 sps, 2 dc
With B = 4 V sts, 5 ch 1 sps, 2 dc
Difficulty Level – Intermediate
Terms – US Terminology
- Please kindly read through the pattern before starting.
- Chains at the beginning of the rows do count as a stitch.
- Stitch count is written after each row.
- The pattern is worked in rows with turning done after every 2 rows.
- This pattern uses each Color per row, a little different from the “conventional” crochet but easy to master.
Chain(s) – ch(s)
Double crochet – dc
V stitch = (dc, ch 1, dc) in same st
Shell = shell in indicated stitch
Petal = (shell, ch 2, shell) in same ch sp.
Sizes – Baby (Toddler, Twin, Queen, and King)
I hope you have some fun making your own two-sided crochet blanket from this pattern.