Crochet Grey Scale Blanket Pattern

Crochet Grey Scale Blanket
Crochet Grey Scale Blanket
Crochet Grey Scale Blanket

Crochet Grey Scale Blanket

Learn how to crochet a Crochet Grey Scale Blanket. Simply put, this is a chevron or ripple afghan that is easy as 1-2-3. There is a very simple rhythm to the pattern to make this easy to follow along.

The multiples for this stitch are 14+3.

In the tutorial provided below, I show you key signs on what to look for while making this afghan so you can keep on track and the stitches landing in the right spaces. I know from experience of crocheters who struggle with this concept that keeping a straight edge is a challenge. In this tutorial, a crochet diagram is available and, of course, I demonstrate what to do. I also cover how to change the colours so you don’t have any pesky yarn tails.

Try this easy blanket.

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6 Comments

  1. Bonnie Nesdall

    Please tell me how many chains I have to single crochet for a KING SIZE blanket. My son & his bride asked me to make this pattern for them with the same colors. How many skeins do I need to buy for king size? Thank you in advance! Love your learning tutorials!!!

    • Mikey

      Morning, the stitch multiples for this stitch are 14+3. I don’t know the chain count for the king size unfortunately because I haven’t done that. As far as the amount of yarn needed, I don’t know that either because I haven’t done it myself to know. This was filmed long ago and I don’t have the tutorial sample to measure the width of one chevron to give an accurate number. I’m really not a help this morning. I don’t want to guess as I most likely will be wrong. I would guess it’s probably double the yarn though as you need twice the sizing for the king size.

      I’m sorry. Michael

  2. Lou Anne

    When trying to make this pattern, I chain 115. When I get to the end I do not have that one chain. Should I chain 116?

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