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Duo Diamond Crochet Baby Filet Blanket – Free crochet pattern

This easy crochet Filet blanket uses diamonds crocheted in two different ways to make this beautiful effect. This is very beginner friendly.

I love the use of diamonds in crochet, it’s done using many ways, through mesh, stitch texture, chains like when used to make the pineapple stitch. It’s the easiest shape to make next to the square.

The multiples of this stitch is included so feel free to make it in any size you need. To keep it simple I didn’t add a border, but it would be very easy to do because all side stitches are equal to DC’s.

 

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Duo Diamond Crochet Baby Filet Blanket – Free crochet pattern

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For this project you’ll need:

HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US

YARN: I used 5 Skeins of worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU

Each Skein was – 100 grams / 3.5. oz or 210 meters / 230 yards

 

SIZE

My blanket measured

Length: 35 in / 88 ½ cms

Width: 35 in / 88 ½ cms

 

Gauge

3 sts = 1 inch / 2.5 cms

 

ABBREVIATIONS

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ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

sk 2 sts = Skip two stitch

sts = Stitches

DC = Double Crochet

beg = beginning


Repeat what’s in between * for rest of row.

 

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The Multiples of this stitch is 18 + 5

 

To Start

Chain 113 (108 + 5 = 113)

 

Row 1

DC in 4th chain and in next 7 sts (8 total).

*ch 2, sk 2. DC in next

ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 13 sts.* repeat for row.

To end. DC in last 8 sts. ch 3 and turn.

 

Row 2

The ch 3 counts – DC in next 5,

* ch 2 and skip 2 DC’s and the 2 chs and DC 5 in the center DC.

ch 2, sk 2, sk 2 DC’s. DC in next 9. * repeat for row.

To end: DC in last 6 sts ch 3 and turn

 

Row 3

The ch 3 counts – DC in next 3,

* ch 2 . sk 2 dc’s and DC 5 in the 1st DC of the 5 DC’s from previous row and then the last DC of this same DC 5 from last row.

ch 2, sk 2 DC in next 5 * repeat for row

To end: DC in last 4 sts. ch 3 and turn.

 

Row 4

the ch 3 counts – DC in next st.

*ch 2, sk 2. DC 5 in 1st DC, skip to space between shells and DC 5,

then DC 5 in the last DC of the last shell.

ch 2 and DC in middle DC. * repeat for row.

To end: DC in last 2 DC’s. ch 3 and turn

 

Row 5

the ch 3 counts – DC in the DC. DC twice in ch 2 space. (3 DC’s total)

ch 2, sk 2 dc’s and DC 3 in space between the two shells

*then move over and DC 5 into the next space between shells.

ch 2 and DC twice in the ch 2 space. DC in DC. DC twice in ch 2 space * repeat for row.

To end: DC twice in ch 2 and in last 2 DC’s. ch 3 and turn

 

Row 6

the ch 3 counts – DC in next 3 sts. DC twice in the ch 2 space. (5 DC’s total)

* ch 2 and move over to DC 5 in the space between shells.

ch 2 and DC twice in the ch 2 space. DC in next 5 sts.

DC twice in the ch 2 space * repeat for row.

To end: DC twice in the ch 2 space. DC in last 4 DC’s. ch 3 and turn (6 DC’s total)

 

Row 7

the ch 3 counts – DC in next 5 sts. DC twice in ch 2 space. (7 Dc’s total)

*ch 2 and DC in the middle DC of the shell.

ch 2 and DC twice in the ch 2 space. DC in next 9 DC’s

DC twice in ch 2 space.* repeat for row.

To end: DC twice in the ch 2 space. DC in the last 6 sts. (8 DC’s total)

 

repeat rows 2 – 7

End the blanket after a repeat of row 7.

 

BORDER

 

I CHANGED TO GREY COLOR FOR FIRST ROW

Row 1 (With Grey)

Attach your color using a DC attachment or sl st and ch 3 into a top corner to create the first half of your corner. DC in all sts along top. DC 2, ch 1, DC 2 in corner.

DC twice into all the side stitches of your DC’s. Repeat along the bottom as well using the bottom side of the stitch. Repeat last side as like before.

To end: DC twice in last corner and sl st in beg st to end row. I cut my yarn here and used White for my next color.

 

Row 2 (With White)

Attach your color using a DC attachment or sl st and ch 3 into a top corner to create the first half of your corner. *Skip 3 sts and DC 2, ch 1, DC 2 to create your shell. * repeat until corner.

If you have 5 sts before reaching your corner then only skip 2 sts to do your last shell before corner. In corner DC 2, ch 1, DC 2 as well. Then skip 3 sts and repeat this pattern all the way around.

To end: DC twice in last corner and sl st in beg st to end row. I cut my yarn here and used White for my next color.

 

Row 3 (with Gold)

Attach your color using a DC attachment or sl st and ch 3 into a top corner to create the first half of your corner.

*Ch 1 and DC in the following space between shells. Ch 1 and working in the shell now, SC, Picot (Ch 3, sl st in 1st ch), SC. * repeat for all side stitches. In your corners DC 2, Picot, DC 2.

To end: DC 2 in final corner, Picot and sl st in beg st to end.

 

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