19 Gagging Jacob’s Ladder Patterns

19 Gagging Jacob’s Ladder Patterns

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Twisting Braid Crochet Blanket

Twisting Braid Crochet Blanket

The crochet ladder-stitch could also be called Jacob’s Ladder. It also looks like the braiding of chains that interlock with each other.

The way this stitch can puzzle together has me gagging in excitement. Daniel did a project called the Crochet Polish Star Pillow with this type of concept. Just stuns me half to death.

Gagging: Slang term something is so fierce you can’t help but wanting to gag from the overload of extreme fierceosity.

Let’s kick-off and review some patterns where this feature is the main crochet stitch feature.


Twisting Braids Crochet Blanket

Twisting Braid Crochet Blanket

Twisting Braid Crochet Blanket

The Twisting Braids Crochet Blanket brings a decor touch to Bernat Blanket yarn. This free beginner pattern teaches you how to form chain links by twisting the previous foundation row of the double crochet stitches, to make a braid-like effect. The blanket is finished with an interesting fringe, made by twisting the yarn and letting it coil around itself. The result? A sweet take on extra snuggly Bernat Blanket.

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Twisting Braids Pattern


19 Crochet Patterns to Calm Deja Poo

Suicide Help Lines

Suicide Help Lines

If you are looking for other patterns than Jacob’s Ladder concepts, we have another article called 19 Patterns to Calm Deja Poo.

I used crochet to help regulate my mood-swings and personality fluctuations to calm myself.

I have provided suicide prevention numbers in the event you may need that extra help.

 


Crochet Cable Hat with Pom Pom

Crochet Cable Hat with PomPom

Crochet Cable Hat with PomPom

The Crochet Cable Hat with Pom Pom really surprised me with the execution of this hat.

With Jacob’s Ladder Cabling like this, there is usually space between the cables that go right through the project. In this case, the backing behind the cables is solid. During the tutorial, you will see how that is done in real-time.

This is a slouchy based project. There are 3 sizes, so ensure you are completing the size you want. They are all adults, but you have small, medium and large. I did the large on camera which is a bit too big for my head. I knew that in advance but thought I am a tight crocheter. It’s just something to think about.

Tutorial


Crochet Tea Pot Cover / Cozy

Crochet Tea Pot Cozy

Crochet Tea Pot Cozy

Crochet this really cheerful Crochet Teapot Cover / Cozy using the Jacobs Ladder Stitching Concept.

This pattern had me intimidated by looking at the picture over the past year. I decided to suck it up and look at the pattern and realized it’s not as hard as it looks. I made assumptions such as the cover is done as a one-piece unit. It’s not, it’s 2 separate panels sewn together strategically where the handle and spout are so you can leave a hole space.

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Free Pattern for the Tea Pot Cozy

The Jacobs Ladder concept is the thick braid you see. Me, I love that concept as it’s fun to do the braiding at the end.

Video Correction: I made a small boo in the tutorial. I said the leafy thing at the top isn’t part of the cover. I overlooked the instructions that it’s sewn to the top at the end. So ensure you do that. I have made note of that on the tutorial as well.

Video Tutorial


Crochet Mock Cable Hat

Crochet Mock Cable Hat

Crochet Mock Cable Hat

Introducing the Mock Cable Hat for women. It’s a really neat concept as it’s using the Jacobs Ladder Concept for the brim. There are two Jacobs Ladders that slink around the outside of the brim. For me, just making that element makes me giggle with excitement.

The buttons are for decorative reasons but act as a hiding spot for where the jacobs ladder starts and finishes. So it’s an element of necessity but hidden by decorative buttons.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Mock Cable Hat

In the tutorial, though the designer is asking you to do 22″ for the jacobs ladder element, I didn’t fasten off so I did the chain technique and then tried it on my head. I figured if I was too loose or too tight, I could adjust it instantly before fastening it off to start the top. Just a little thought but it may be helpful for you. You might have a different size head to fit.

Once the brim is complete, the rest of the hat is pretty simple to finish. In the tutorial, I have to improvise a bit on the first revolution of starting the shaping of the hat. I did this on purpose as you may have to do the same thing because each of our tensions can be different. Instead of being crochet perfect, sometimes we need to cheat a bit. The brim is so wide that most of the hat is complete by the time you finish it, that’s another really positive element, in my mind.

Tutorial


Chain Links Pillow

Crochet Chain Links Pillow

Crochet Chain Links Pillow

Crochet this easy Chain Links Pillow using Bernat Blanket Yarn. I wish I would have done this concept a long time ago. I’ve never done it before and now I am hooked on the concept.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Chain Link Pillow

I have provided the free pattern and have a video tutorial below to show you to do it too. I think many crocheters are going to love this concept. Use the information you gather to go outside of the box and potentially make a scarf or even an afghan using this concept.

Video Tutorial Below


Crochet Snowflake Baby Blanket

Magic Snowflake Blanket

Magic Snowflake Blanket

In 2017 there had been a plan for 2 Stitch Alongs which were the official blankets taught on JOANN Fabrics and Craft’s behalf. Both the Bernat Blanket Mystery and Snowflake Baby Blanket were designed for the stitch along with the purpose.

Crochet this modern and soft baby blanket called the Magic Snowflake Baby Blanket. This easy to follow design requires only 4 balls of Bernat Baby Bundle Yarn. Also for this time frame, there was another product called Bernat MIXX.

The yarn is unique as it has for types yarns inside the same ball. How the project turns up is unique.

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Crochet Magic Snowflake Blanket

This pattern is a star with the jacobs ladder effect between each point. For me, it took me about 6 hours to make one of these from start to finish. It’s fairly straight forward.

See 275 examples of what crocheters finished. See the Crochet Baby Snowflake Blanket Gallery.

Tutorial


Crochet Blizzard Snowflake Afghan

Crochet Winter Blizzard Afghan

Crochet Winter Blizzard Afghan

Designed by Daniel and finished by Mikey. We called it the Crochet Winter Blizzard Afghan. There is a tutorial for this version available.

This has an amazing centre that does colour step-outs with jacobs ladder effects. It’s a join as you go concept so there is no sewing.

 

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Free Pattern: Crochet Winter Blizzard Afghan

Tutorial


Crochet Faux Cable Cowl

Crochet Faux Cable Cowl Pattern

Crochet Faux Cable Cowl Pattern

If you like big and chunky and Jacob’s Ladder Crochet, you may just fall in love with this super quick project! It’s called the Crochet Faux Cable Cowl.

This project may take you about 40 minutes from start to finish. No kidding! It’s quick and easy. The funniest part is doing Jacob’s Ladder Technique at the end.

Using Bernat Mega Bulky Yarn, this project requires a size ‘S’ or a 19 mm crochet hook. Thick and chunky yarn needing a big fat hook to play with. In the tutorial below, just for fun, I showed 31 minutes of me working behind the scenes in sonic speed.

If you are looking for something super chunky and quick to make… plus warm for the winter! Check this crochet cowl out!

Yarnspirations Patterns

Crochet Faux Cable Cowl Pattern

Video Tutorial


Crochet Polish Star Pillow

Crochet Polish Star Pillow

Crochet Polish Star Pillow

The Crochet Polish Star Pillow is something Daniel followed to do a panel to test himself. The pattern includes a photographic tutorial.

This is by Haven Cottage Happenings.

 


Brim or Not to Brim Hat

Jacobs Ladder Brim Hat

Jacobs Ladder Brim Hat

The Brim or Not to Brim Hat by Bob Wilson is terrific. Clare, aka Bob Wilson is an amazing tutorial host.

Clare has a matching tutorial for this. You can do this with a beanie with this concept or add the optional brim.

To brim or not to brim? That’s the question.


More Confirmed Free Patterns

  1. Ripple Jacob’s Ladder by Mama’s Stitchery. Incredible potential for doing projects with examples like Caron Cakes and planned colouring. Really stunning examples could be made with this free pattern.
  2. Twisted Strands Wrap by Jessie Rayot. A gorgeous stunning opportunity for casual to former wear. Wrap yourself up and settle in.
  3. Ladder Loops Blocks by Kimberlie Goodnough. Absolutely has me gagged in amazing possibilities. These blocks can puzzle together with motifs. You have so much colour yarn play.
  4. Jacobs Ladder Afghan by Bev’s Country Cottage. I love the concept as you can do one ladder in one direction, the next is the opposite. Warp Speed Linda does this afghan and shows what it can look like by changing the directions of the ladder. Pretty ingenious. Check out Linda’s Version on the Landing Page of Ravelry.
  5. Jacob’s Ladder Shawl by The Yarn Adventure. Smart shaping in this shawl that isn’t the typically pointed shawl at the bottom. Like a loose resemblance to angel wings.
  6. Jacob’s Ladder Baby Blanket in the Round by Julee Fort. This is like a pointed round blanket where Jacob’s Ladder is the spot between the points. You may be able to make this into a larger version. Have fun, play!
  7. Tamara’s Kismet Square by Jessie Rayot. It has multiple ladders that are in the square. A mesmerizing square that draws you in. Definite a worthy click to check out.
  8. Almost Round Baby Blanket Mandala-Like by Bev’s Country Cottage. Play with the colouring with this 3D Texture blanket. There’s some amazing colouring play you can do.
  9. Loopy Love Cowl by Jessie Rayot. Delicate with multiple ladders that circle in this really nice example of creativity.

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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

11 thoughts on “19 Gagging Jacob’s Ladder Patterns”

  1. Laurie Mathews says:

    I can’t believe everyone’s having a fit over the word “gagging”. I wasn’t put off by it. If y’all can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all people. Thank you for all you and Dan do for us!!!

    1. Mikey says:

      It’s a gay man’s term. It could be related to that or the fact people don’t get its slang for really amazing work. I don’t know.

  2. Jane says:

    I don’t think that you can be told enough that “gagging” is a very off-putting term. It leads me to believe that these will be disgusting patterns and encourages me to skip the article. I’d be interested to know what YOU mean by it or if it merely some local slang. Remember, some of us are reading this at breakfast!

    1. Mikey says:

      I saw this expression on one of the fashion reality shows. Gagging is slang for awesome or outstanding. I’m sorry if you read this during breakfast and assumed it was for disgusting projects. That wasn’t my intention. Like sick doesn’t mean sick, it could mean awesome in slang as well.

      I do have some slang that is my own but there isn’t that in this article.

  3. Pamela A Stegall Chant says:

    The time taken on content is appreciated, but makes it even stranger that you did not proofread or that nobody stopped the article’s title for its negative connotation. Stick to fiber arts and let the writing thing go.

  4. Juanita says:

    Mind in the gutter, barfing, misplaced word, spell correction nightmare, all of the above.
    Aside from that, I love your instructional and informative videos. Thank you for all of those free patterns that you help us to read correctly, with video spoken word reinforcement. Thank you again, sincerely, Juanita Randall.

  5. Sandra says:

    “Gagging” is the least attractive word you could have chosen here. I would rather have heard about “moist” crochet. Couldn’t even read this one, mate.

  6. Jena says:

    I love this accent in crochet and knitting.

    But the word “gagging” is throwing me off – it doesn’t necessarily have a positive connotation at all … odd choice. I’ve never heard “gagging with excitement” outside of a 50 shades of grey novel 😂

  7. Jena says:

    I love this accent in crochet and knitting. But the word “gagging” is throwing me off – it doesn’t necessarily have a positive connotation at all … odd choice. I’ve never heard “gagging with excitement” outside of a 50 shades of grey novel 😂

  8. Martha Garza says:

    I love all your designs ♡♡♡
    Thank you for sharing with us

    1. Sara says:

      No. “Gagging” is NOT a slang term to use in this context. Very poor choice of words.

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