Hopscotch Crochet Blanket Pattern


Hopscotch Crochet Blanket Pattern

Hopscotch Crochet Blanket Pattern
Hopscotch Crochet Blanket Pattern

The pastel colors on this Hopscotch Crochet Blanket Pattern look like this afghan crochet would just melt in your arms. Even though the zig-zag design of the spaces looks a little intimidating, this is actually an easy crochet blanket! It only uses chains and basic crochet stitches, so you will get an intricate appearance without the stress of a complicated pattern. The colors naturally lend themselves to an easy crochet baby blanket, but this can also be adjusted for adults because, of course, you are never too old to snuggle into a cocoon of soft, warm yarn.

Learn how to easily change colors while you crochet and weave in your ends at the same time when you check out the awesome video tutorial below!

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Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge9 sts and 11 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) over filet pattern using dc sts

Finished Size30 x 35 inches

Materials List

  • Sirdar Snuggly DK¬†(55% Nylon, 45% Acrylic; 165 meters/50 grams): Pastel Lemon (251), White (320), Pearly Pink (302), and Pearly Green (304) 100 gr of each
  • 3.5 mm US size (E/4) hook
  • Tapestry needle

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Any pattern that uses the technique of changing colors can be intimidating. However, the tutorial video here will give you the confidence to complete the project and any other that changes yarn colors. Thanks for the tutorial.

The finish hopscotch blanket is really dreamy. I agree with the designer. The colors selected can easily be used for a boy or a girl. There are two beautiful aspects to this blanket, the color and the texture design. I think when I crochet this I will use a single color. Right I am partial to yellow or white. Thanks for the free pattern.

That is absolutely adorable

I love this Rug, I am currently crocheting baby rugs for my (potential) great grandchildren, just in case i pop my clogs before they arrive. This one is very pretty, not to lacy (for little fingers to get caught in) but still has a lovely look and appeal.

I've been looking for the perfect summertime pattern and have finally found it!


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