Crochet Spider Throw
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Crochet Spider Throw
Crochet Spider Throw

Crochet Spiderweb Blanket

Introducing the playful and kid-friendly blanket called Spiderweb Blanket from Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts.

This is a 12 point ripple afghan coloured to appear like a spiderweb. With an added overlay afterwards to create the lines that jet out from the center.

This afghan is 55″ diameter and has 3 sections of blue, 3 sections of red with white rounds to separate them out to create the illusion of a web. Then top off with finishing touches. This is using the new Bernat Blanket Brights Yarn. It is vibrant and super soft. These would make nice gifts for someone you love.

Get hooked up with details and begin your project when you are ready!

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24 thoughts on “Crochet Spiderweb Blanket Pattern

  1. Mikey,

    Thank you for this pattern. I would like to get a printed copy of the diagram you kept referring to in the video. Is there somewhere I can go to and print it? Thanks

  2. Hello! I love this pattern so much and want to make one similar for a friend of mine for Halloween using just black-and-white. My question is she doesn’t want the bigger thicker yarn she would rather have a thinner yarn such as a worsened size for yarn do you think that it would look OK in that size yarn mainly the final web process you do at the end? Thanks

    • I think if you change the yarn, you can get away with the changes it creates. If you are concerned about the web not being so bold, you could double strand the chain when applying it to give it more lift.

      • I also am making using worsted weight yarn. Thought, just increasing rounds as had been would let me keep going to make big enough.
        Seemed to be working …but my rows after row 16, seem to be puckering more. I was increasing the next color band (3 rows) by an additional stitch (up/down), next band by additional stitch. Do you think I should increase,by 2 stitches?
        I get 1/2 of star/blanket to be fairly flat, but other half puckering/ curling. Help.

      • I also am making using worsted weight yarn. Thought, just increasing rounds as had been would let me keep going to make big enough.
        Seemed to be working …but my rows after row 16, seem to be puckering more. I was increasing the next color band (3 rows) by an additional stitch (up/down), next band by additional stitch. Do you think I should increase,by 2 stitches?
        I get 1/2 of star/blanket to be fairly flat, but other half puckering/ curling. Help.

      • I think your assumption to try increasing by 2 stitches will help it sit back down. Least you can see there is a problem by the puckering.

    • If you can be more specific, I might be able to assist. Why are you stuck exactly? The growth is equal on all points. Is the tutorial not helping you?

  3. I agree with Beba I am going to be starting this blanket soon and am nervous about continuing on without you because i cant read a pattern well, please do a continuation!

  4. Hi Mikey,

    I was very excited to start this blanket but lost interest once you stopped on row 8. There are lots of people that do get lost or have no idea how to read a pattern. It would be very helpful if you continued it all the way through.

    Hope you take this in consideration. Thanks

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