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Crochet Hibernate Blanket Pattern

Crochet Hibernate Blanket

Hibernate yourself with a snuggly blanket to tuck yourself into the sofa. Using Bernat Blanket Yarn that is thick and quick to crochet, introducing the Hibernate Blanket by Yarnspirations.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Hibernate Blanket

The stitchwork demonstrated is called the Mesh Stitch. We have existing tutorials to show you the technique on how to achieve this look. Once you see the tutorial, you will learn how fast it is to crochet one of these blankets.

For the tutorial, I am demonstrating a baby size version, just use the pattern to substitute the starting chain width and follow the instructions for ball counts and more.

The advantage to Bernat Blanket Yarn is that you have the thickness and warmth without being buried under a lot of weight.

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20 Comments

  1. Lori Radavich

    For some reason I struggled with keeping the 2 rows straight and I would lose stitches. I started using 6 stitch markers in 2 colors and just setting them on the table next 2 me. That way I can keep track of which row I am supposed to be on. I identify issues right away. I love your videos. They are the easiest to follow.

  2. Jenni

    If I want to make this wider do I just need to make sure my chain is an even number?

  3. Renee

    Hello,

    The link for this pattern is broken.

  4. Nancy

    Hi I’m making the blanket full size.. for some reason my blanket is not as wide as I go further up the blanket..is it something I’m doing or is it different colour of yarn using Bernat blanket in 3 colours..

    Thank you

    • Are you skipping stitches at the end if you are losing stitches? If you are not losing stitches, maybe your tension is getting too tight?

      • Linda

        Would love a printed version of the blanket…thanks

  5. Sandi

    Thank you so much for posting a left handed version!

  6. Susan

    I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT THIS PATTERN. I THINK I’M READING IT RIGHT. HOW CAN YOU END UP WITH 105 STITCHES WHEN IT TELLS YOU TO REPEAT FROM THE* WHICH HAS YOU SKIPPING CH1 SPACES? THANKS FOR YOUR HELP. SUSAN

  7. Claire

    Miley, I love your enthusiasm and how easy you are to follow in your tutorials! I just started one of these blankets and have decided to make 3! One for my dad, one for my friend and one for me; so that we can each have our own coordinating blankets as we hang out on the couch. If you’re ever in Texas, I would love to meet you in person! 😀

  8. Any chance you can say how many balls are needed for the adult size in the photo?

    • Yes, if you click the GET PATTERN button in this article, it takes you right to the pattern with all of the details included. 🙂 Good luck. Mikey

  9. Perfect. And I just found out that I need a baby gift. How much yarn did the baby blanket take?

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