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Swirl Crochet Baby Filet Blanket – Free crochet pattern

This Swirl Crochet Baby Filet Blanket has beauty in style instead of texture. This would make a great spring or fall crochet blanket for not just babies, but adults too. The multiples of the stitch are given so you can make this any size you want.

For my next Filet crochet baby blanket I wanted to do a design that had a bit more focus to do. Even though once I had the first swirls done, I could use it as a row reference really easily so this one because as easy as the last 2 filet baby blankets I made.

I’m really happy with the way it turned out, how about you?

 

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Swirl 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: 39 inches / 100 cms

Width: 36 inches / 92 cms

 

Gauge

3 sts = 1 inch / 2.5 cms

 

ABBREVIATIONS

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ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

sk a st = Skip a stitch

sts = Stitches

DC = Double Crochet

beg = beginning

DCFS = Double Crochet Foundation Stitch

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

 
 

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The Multiples of this stitch is 24 + 6 so feel free to make it wider if you want to go for a full size. Every 24 stitches is a block. The + 6 is what you need to add right before you start.

I used only one color on my crochet baby blanket, but if you did want to add a second color then I would do it on the border rows where you have just DC’s. Example, like Rows 1 or 11.

 

To Start

Multiples of the stitch are 24 + 6 or for DCFS 24 + 4

Baby size = Width 40 x 60 in or 101 cm x 152 cm – Ch 126 or DCFS 124

twin size = Width 65 x 90 in or 165 cm x 229 cm – Ch 198 or DCFS 196

If doing DCFS’s then skip to row 2.

 

Row 1

DC in 3rd ch. DC in all chs. ch 3 and turn

 

Row 2

The Ch 5 counts as 1st DC and ch 2

* Ch 2, sk 2, DC in next * repeat for the end.

Ch 3 and turn

 

Row 3

The Ch 3 counts as 1st st. DC in next 3 sts.

*ch 2, sk 2, DC 22* repeat until the end.

DC in last 4 sts. Ch 3 and turn

 

Row 4

The Ch 3 counts as 1st st. DC in next 3 sts.

*|ch 2, sk 2, DC | repeat 4 more times until you have 5 ch 2 space.

DC in next 3 sts. ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 4 sts* repeat for the row.

At the end: after your last DC 4, ch 2, DC in last 4 sts.

 

Row 5

The Ch 3 counts as 1st st. DC in next 3 sts.

*ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 4 sts.

ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 10 sts*

Repeat for row.

At the end: after your last DC 10. ch 2, sk 2, DC in last 4 sts.

ch 3 and turn

 

Row 6

The Ch 3 counts as 1st st. DC in next 3 sts.

*ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 4 sts.* repeat for row.

ch 3 and turn

 

Row 7

The Ch 3 counts as 1st st. DC in next 3 sts.

*ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 10 sts.

ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 4 sts

ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 4 sts*

Repeat for row. ch 3 and turn

 

Row 8

The Ch 3 counts as 1st st. DC in next 3 sts.

* ch2, sk 2, DC in next 4 sts.

|ch 2, sk 2, DC | repeat 4 more times until you have 5 ch 2 space.

DC in next 3 sts. ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 4 sts* repeat for the row.

ch 3 and turn

 

Row 9

The Ch 3 counts as 1st st. DC in next 3 sts.

*ch 2, sk 2, DC in next 22 sts*

Repeat for row.

At end: ch 2, sk 2, DC in last 4 sts.

ch 5 and turn

 

Row 10

The Ch 5 counts as a DC and ch 2.

*ch 2, sk 2, DC, * repeat for row.

ch 3 and turn

 

Row 11

The Ch 3 counts as 1st st. DC in all sts.

At end: DC 2 in ch 5 space, DC in 3rd ch of ch 5.

ch 3 and turn

 

Repeat rows 2 – 11

 

THE BORDER

For the border I did a row of DC’s on both sides of my blanket only. Because the top and bottom row were already DC’s.

I slip stitched in top of corner stitch and chained 1. DC 2 in all side stitches of the DC’s. I added one DC and Ch 1 space to corners to make them look correct. So after your done with your DC’s down your row and you reach the top or bottom section again, just DC and ch 1 then slip stitch in first stitch of top or bottom stitch.

 

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