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Bernat Blanket Stitch Along: Complete Project
Bernat Blanket Stitch Along: Complete Project

Bernat Blanket Stitch Along with JOANN

A beautiful multi week tutorial that makes you expand your stitches. This Stitch Along is complete.

I think you will end up with a beautiful example just like you see in the photo. It doesn’t take long using Bernat Blanket yarn.

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48 thoughts on “Crochet Bernat Blanket Stitch Along with JOANN

  1. Love the mystery crochets. Finished mine and then added to it as I decided that I wanted to make it bigger. Really happy with it.

  2. I have been trying to submit my blanket but it keeps coming back MAILER-DAEMON. I have copied and pasted the information and still it comes back. Also can we submit more than one blanket? I have made two and just wondered if I could submit both in separate submissions?

  3. I really enjoyed the CAL. The videos really helped with the stitches and also the finishing. My blanket turned out great.

  4. How do I access the gallery for finished projects for the Bernat Blanket Stitch Along fall 2017? I just cannot seem to find a link to it and nothing related comes up when I place it in the search bar.

    Thanks

  5. I’m addicted to this yarn BERNAT BLANKET YARN , but I’ve never washed it. Does the yarn keep it’s shape? Or does the sts loosen up? Thank you 🙂

  6. I’m addicted to this yarn, but I’ve never washed it. Does the yarn keep it’s shape? Or does the sts loosen up? Thank you 🙂

    • It washes beautifully! I wash on delicate and then dry on low but it does take extra time to dry whether or not you put it in the dryer alone doesn’t seem to make a difference just make sure it’s super dry before you take it out.

      But don’t forget wash on delicate!!! dry on low!!!!

  7. I’m looking for the written pattern. I don’t have enough data to watch videos and that stinks. I would appreciate a way to get the written pattern, thanks!!

  8. Hi, Mikey
    It’s official. I give up. You and your video are excellent but I just am having a heck of a time with the tension. I have ripped the entire project back to the beginning SEVERAL times and gone up a size (or two) in hooks and it still comes out looking like a salad bowl. I am so frustrated that I spent all this money on yarn I’m not comfortable with. Maybe I will go back in a few months and do this pattern using double or triple strands of regular yarn, but right now I just want to pull my hair out.

    • I did it in regular worsted weight, 4 play with yarn left over from another project. I had never done the over lay stitching. It is the size of a fair lapghan. It lies flat and I really like it. I’m handicapped and the blanket yarn is was too expensive. Especially for nine balls. I used a K hook. The pattern was fun. Hope all works out for you.

  9. I wasn’t going to do this CAL….too many other projects to do, too many WIPs calling my name, the Blanket yarn is hard to work with, excuse after excuse in my mind. Then the first clue came out and I fell in love with the first week’s work. I loved the push to “check your gauge.” This was a problem for me last year. When I checked, I had to go from the recommended 8 mm hook to a 10 mm, but my square turned out so nice. Can’t wait for the continuing weeks mystery. Thanks to Yarnspirations, Joanns and The Crochet Crowd (Mikey especially) for what looks like will be another beautiful blanket.

    • I’m afraid they’re calling them all “Contrast colors”, which is confusing. You only need 4 colors. I guess they just wanted to let you know that there are 4 colors in the project instead of just one.
      They confused me with this last year, too, but now I know how they word things.

      • They are saying that due to being a mystery. Would normally be MC, A, B and C. However, you are crocheting in the dark, sort of speak. So they colours are suggesting of contrasting to give a hint on how far the colours should be from each other. I was confused by this as well at first.

  10. I would like to do this project but do not have the money to buy the Bernat Blanket yarn. Beside it is too hot for where I live. I have medium weight yarn available would it be all right to use that. Should I use the J hook?

  11. Hello I have a simple question. The Twist contrast yarn is that baby twist? That is all I’m finding. Plus where can I get it if it is not.

      • I live in Canada. Ordering from Joann’s is expensive. Exchange and shipping. Plus I have 2 colours chosen so far and they are Plum Forest (Variegated), Purple Plum (Contrast A) and I’m thinking a an off white (Contrast B) if I can find it. All I can find is vintage white. I may pick another colour though. The variegate gives me a few options. I just need a twist colour to go with what I have.

  12. I love your CAL but I don’t have the money to buy that much blanket or bulk type yarn so it looks like I can’t join this one but I will follow along and try it when I can get the yarn it will have to be after Christmas as all my yarn is made up for presents. (7 grandchildren 2 great-grandchildren 2 adult children and their spouses, a mother and 5 nieces and nephews and 25 great nieces and nephews

  13. I did the one last year, and it went well beyond anything I thought I had the skill for at the time–but it turned out great, and it’s my cats’ favorite blanket now. 🙂 I think I’ll need to do this one so they each have one!

  14. I cant locate the colors you suggested cloudy sky varig or twist online, can you give me some other suggestions that would go with the other 2 colors…….if not something in shades of plum/burgundy as I love red tones? Thanks love you to pieces.

    • I cannot find the ‘twist’ anywhere, and I’m confused…the info at Joann.com says you will need 7 balls of yarn, yet the written instructions indicate 9, also, written instructions say to use a L hook and the info at the Joann sight says M hook…can you please clarify the information for me….

    • I, too, am wondering about this.. It says the clues will be emailed to us, but I can’t find where to sign up for them…(?)
      On the The Mystery Stitch page at the bottom, there is a place to sign up for emails, but it is not working. (Or is that for emails from joann’s in general?
      Thank you in advance,. & I’m so excited to try these (I’m going to try both crochet & knitting (even tho knit skills are beginner) lol
      Cathy

  15. I couldn’t see which size ball you are using. I could just be overlooking as usual. I assume these are the large balls.

  16. I am a beginner i have only done 1 blanket so far at what level will this cal be i dont want to go out and purchase all the yarn if i wont be able to do this project

  17. Where do I find the written instruction the the crochet videos. I’m confused at the end of my t the stiches as I start my new row so that my work will be square when I’m done.

  18. Hi Mikey, I can’t wait to get started. I love crochet projects. I’ve been crocheting for 44 years. Ever since my mother taught me how to crochet, in 1973, when I was pregnant with my first child. Since then I’ve crocheted hundreds of afghans, baby afghans, dresses, dolls, shawls, doilies, baskets and so on. I love your love of crochet, your enthusiasm and techniques. Plus, teaching the next generation of crocheters is so important. I taught my daughter and others to crochet also, in hopes of passing along this wonderful craft. I love the projects you come up with as so many others do. Keep up the wonderful work you do so well and I will be following you and doing your projects along with all your followers for years to come. Thanks for all you do and continue to do. Terri ~

  19. Hi Mickey
    I attended the first day of the huge tent sale in Listowel Ontario Canada. I have attended many others in Listowel and it was amazing! I have one sugestion and that is that the line ups are very long as is the line inside to pay , a big majority of the people attend are elderly and this year there was absolutley no where to sit down if necessary. I was there for 3 hours and most of that time was spent in line ups! not sure who’s idea it was not to have tables but my suggestion is to rethink that dicission .
    one elderly lady had to be brought to the front of the line to go thru due to the fact that she was going to pass out with the lack of circulating air and long standing time.

  20. Love your tutorials, but as I was going through FB this morning a lady was saying that she had paid for the unicorn pattern? I thought it was free!

  21. I enjoy ALL you do, it’s incredible the projects and wonderful videos you produce…. and the cruises and the awesome community you’ve created, Keep up the super terrific energy and LOVE… from a happy hooker THANK YOU SO MUCH ????

  22. Can we download the patterns of the projects you do, I have been following the videos but can never actually find the patterns of what you are doing on red heart or crochet crowd. Love you videos, and thanks. Bev, Australia

  23. I am excited to get started. I already know I want to make one in the fall colors available, so I am getting 2 sets of yarn!!

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