Crochet Interlocking for Beginners Pattern

Interlocking Baby Blanket
Interlocking Baby Blanket
Interlocking Baby Blanket

Interlocking Crochet for Beginners – Vintage

An experienced level crochet baby blanket in a slow step by step tutorial to help crocheters try an advanced level of crochet. Introducing the Interlocking Stitch Baby Blanket.

Interlocking is the art of two crochet meshes working together to form a pattern. They are not connected to each other but are woven in and out of each other.

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Crochet Interlocking for Beginners Pattern

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Tips to Get Started

  • Take your time.
  • Keep yarn organized.
  • Follow the diagram carefully.
  • Watch the shapes form.
Interlocking Baby Blanket
Interlocking Baby Blanket

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9 Comments

  1. Amy DeSantis

    Hi Mike,

    I am using this video to try to do the Yarnispirations Reversible Geometric Crochet Blanket CAC0502-027778 10/29/2019. It looks like the same kind of weaving but I am having problems at the end with color B not ending up in the correct side (RS or WS).

    Any chance in doing a tutorial for this blanket? I know you get tons of requests. Putting mine in the bucket!
    Thank you for all of your tutorials~ you are amazing!!!

    • Mikey

      Morning, In this article is the tutorial for this blanket already. Just scroll near to the bottom of the article and you will see it there. 🙂

      Interlocking is a tough project generally. I know myself, many interlocking concepts have kicked my butt.

  2. Melanie

    Is it possible to just start with Colour A and make like a big net. Seems like colour A is the same pattern. The double crochets just stack up on top of each other. And then use Colour B and do the rest of the work? Or this blanket/technique can only be done simultaneously with both colours, row by row.

    • Mikey

      Unfortunately it would be too easy. The yarns change positions of back and front to create this look. So one mesh cannot be made in advance. I wish it was that simple.

  3. Hey Mikey, is there any chance that there is a crochet pattern available for the character Deedee from Dexters Lab? I haven’t found it so far and am not very confident on trying to create my own. Any help you can give me would be appreciated… Thx!

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