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Crochet The Bees Knees Honeycomb Baby Blanket

Leyla
Leyla
Jul 06, 2024 09:41 AM
Crochet The Bees Knees Honeycomb Baby Blanket

The Crochet The Bees Knees Honeycomb Baby Blanket is a delightful creation that perfectly combines warmth and charm for your little ones. This cozy blanket showcases a beautiful honeycomb stitch pattern that not only provides a soft embrace but also an adorable aesthetic that will surely be loved. The soothing hues of the honeycomb design make it a versatile piece suitable for any nursery decor. Crafted with love and attention to detail, this blanket is not only a practical essential but also a sweet keepsake that can be treasured for years to come. Wrap your bundle of joy in the softness and sweetness of the Crochet The Bees Knees Honeycomb Baby Blanket – a cozy companion for endless cuddles and snuggles.

Materials;

  • Size 4 mm hook
  • Weight 3 Yarn (I used Premier Yarns Deborah Norville 'Everyday Baby' in Princess (Main blanket) and Coral for border.
  • Yarn Needle

Pattern

Ch 171

R1: DC in the 3rd chain from the hook and in each chain space across (170 dc - first 2 ch's count as DC)

R2: Ch 2, (initial ch 2 counts as first stitch here and throughout so you will skip the first dc space) dc in the next 3, *(ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next) 4 times, dc in next 10 spaces, rep from * to last 4 spaces, (ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next) twice.

R3: Ch 2, dc in the next 3 spaces, *ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next 9 spaces, ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next 7 spaces, rep from * to last 4 spaces, ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next 3 spaces.

R4: Ch 2, dc in next space, *ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next 9 spaces, ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next 7 spaces, rep from * to last 5 spaces, ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next 4 spaces.

R5: Ch 2, dc in next 4 spaces, *(ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next) 4 times, dc in next 10 spaces, rep from * to last 2 spaces, ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in last stitch.

R6: Ch 2, dc in next space, *ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next 9 spaces, ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next 7 spaces, rep from * to last 5 spaces, ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in next 4 spaces.

R7: Ch 2, dc in next 2 spaces, *ch 1, skip next space, dc in next 9 spaces, ch 1, skip next space, dc in next 7 spaces, rep from * to last 4 stitches, ch 1, skip 1 space, dc in last 3.

R8-R83: Rep R2 through R7

BORDER:

*If you are not changing yarn color you can just turn and continue. Otherwise, finish off after row 83 and reattach yarn where you left off to begin the following rows:

R1: Ch 2, DC in each stitch across working back across R83. When you get to the end of that row, ch 3 and then working along the side of the blanket, 2 dc in the side of each row along side of the blanket. At the end of the side, ch 3 and work along the bottom of the blanket, crocheting 1 dc in each stitch across. At the end of that row, ch 3, 2 dc in the side of each row along the side of the blanket- ch 3, and slip stitch to starting chains.

R2: Ch 1, sc in each stitch around. At corners- sc into 1 chain, chain 3, skip 1 chain, sc into next chain, continue sc around.

R3-R5: Rep R2

Finish Off.

Sew in Ends.

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