Narrow Steps Crochet Blanket Pattern


Narrow Steps Crochet Blanket Pattern


Narrow Steps Crochet Blanket Pattern
Narrow Steps Crochet Blanket Pattern

The bright, colorful and captivating Narrow Steps Crochet Blanket Pattern is a stunner of a crochet blanket for sure. This blanket pattern is worked mostly in double crochet and double treble stitches and can be easily customized. Whether you want your pattern to feature more staggered lines and zig zags or not many at all, you can work up your crochet blanket according to your own interests. This crochet pattern produces a thick and dense blanket, making it super warm and bright for the colder winter days. Choose your favorite bright color palette and get started!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This pattern is lovely and I would love to make it. I would like to know the size it becomes with a spacing of eight . Would I just keep adding 81 until I get the size I need? Thanks for your help.

Hi there! I would click through to the blogger's website and ask her directly there - she would be able to tell you what the multiples are so you can have a proper starting chain length. :) Good luck! Julia, AFCAP editor

This is a very beautiful Apache Tears Crochet Blanket Pattern. It is very well written but The pattern is written in Australian/UK terms. To convert to American terminology Dc = Sc Dtr = Tr I am not sure I will leave all the ends like the pattern shows, I'm sure they would be a mess after washing. So I will crochet over the ends when changing colors. I think this will be a great way to use up the scrap or half skeins of yarn I have. I love the bright colors and will be doing this one.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I THOUGHT it looked like single and double crochet! Thanks for your comment concerning the conversion to American terminology because there was no way I could see that as being ANYTHING other than single/double crochet. And I do agree that I wouldn't leave the ends free. I haven't accessed the pattern yet and don't actually know that I need to. Just the idea of it will get me going. )


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