4 Crochet and Knit Herringbone Patterns

4 Crochet and Knit Herringbone Patterns

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Crochet and Knit Herringbone Blankets

Crochet Herringbone Blankets

Crochet Herringbone Blankets

I was taught the Herringbone stitch awhile ago, and love how it looked worked up in the pattern I was shown it is a really neat stitch.

I was curious and as always, got me wondering what else there was to play with so I went to Yarnspirations to search what else there was, I came across these blankets and right away my bucket list grew! I want to play with a couple of the patterns I came across for more than just blankets, I think a couple of these will make really lovely shawls!  I would love to see any patterns you have used and what colours you played with if you made any. Happy Stitching!


Crochet Cuddly Herringbone Blanket Pattern

Crochet Cuddly Herringbone Blanket

Crochet Cuddly Herringbone Blanket

To make this cozy blanket you crochet these diagonal stripes using Bernat Blanket Breezy yarn by Yarnspirations then seam the tips together to get the fun pattern. This Crochet Cuddly Herringbone Blanket really plays with your eyes in a fun manner when it’s worked up and assembled. Using 2 different balls at the same time, the yarn colour is intermixing with each other to provide the striping effects you see. It’s so soft and squishy and blanket you will love curling up with.

Yarnspirations Patterns

Crochet Cuddly Herringbone Blanket Pattern

Two-Tone Knit Blanket Pattern

Two Tone Knit Blanket

Two-Tone Knit Blanket

The Two-Tone Knit Blanket is made of snuggly soft Bernat Crushed Velvet in a beautiful herringbone design. This free intermediate knitting pattern, from Michaels, uses an easy slipped stitch technique, and an applied garter stitch border. We love how the shine of Bernat Crushed Velvet plays together between the contrasting colours of this project.  It looks, and feels, like an instant classic. Just a note I find I sometimes have to click on a pattern a couple of times before it will actually load for me the first time I get an error message but when I click the second time it tends to work.

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Two-Tone Knit Blanket Pattern

Crochet Vertical Herringbone Blanket Pattern

Crochet Vertical Herringbone Afghan

Crochet Vertical Herringbone Afghan

I love this Vertical Herringbone Crochet Blanket it is one that I want to try a shawl size with. I think it would make a really pretty shawl once I find the right yarn to play with.

This easy level blanket was made using Caron® One Pound™ any 4 weight can be used. I’d love to see this made up in a variegated yarn. It is a very pretty blanket that would make a lovely gift for those of us who enjoy gifting out works.

Yarnspirations Patterns

Crochet Vertical Herringbone Afghan Pattern

Tutorial

Crochet Herringbone Stitch Afghan Pattern

Crochet Herringbone Stitch Afghan

Crochet Herringbone Stitch Afghan

This Crochet Herringbone Stitch Afghan is a repeating of rows 2 – 13 as you will see in the pattern. There are 4 rows where the herringbone stitch is used to make the gorgeous texture. You see the photo has white and those are the herringbone stitch.

This pattern idea came in based on a crocheter requesting help for this. I was able to look at this old pattern and use it as a tutorial as it’s part of the Yarnspirations family of free patterns.

Yarnspirations Patterns

Crochet Herringbone Stitch Afghan Pattern

Printable PDF Diagram

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Crochet Herringbone Stitch Afghan Diagram

Crochet Herringbone Stitch Afghan Diagram

 

Tutorial

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Crochet Afghan Pattern Ideas

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4 thoughts on “4 Crochet and Knit Herringbone Patterns”

  1. Bonnie Ratcliff says:

    Beautiful choices! I think the Crochet Vertical Herringbone Blanket Pattern would look great as a shawl if you use Caron Simply Soft. I think that yarn would make a really pretty and soft drape as a shawl. Thanks for sharing these with us and for the videos!! Love you guys!

    1. Mikey says:

      You’re most welcome Bonnie.

  2. Janelle says:

    Glad to see you have a video tutorial for the vertical herringbone blanket (the teal one). I would strongly encourage those interested in this blanket to use the video tutorial. I’d made a sample piece for this pattern when it was first released and it’s a good thing I can read charts in addition to the pattern because of the errors in the written pattern. I’m not sure if they ever fixed the written copy other than a copy and paste job correction they emailed me at the time when I pointed out the errors. The video tutorial will be very helpful when making this.

    As a small note, I was curious what this would look like if I changed colors every other row so that each row of herringbone was a different color. It didn’t end up looking good.

    1. Mikey says:

      I will email Yarnspirations inquiring. Thanks for letting me know.

      Michael

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