I loved crocheting the Greyson Baby Blanket, and I want you to love it too! But chevrons can be tricky - so here to help is the Greyson Baby Blanket tutorial video!
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How to Crochet: Greyson Baby Blanket - Right Handed
How to Crochet: Greyson Baby Blanket - Left Handed
As Seen in this Video (click for more info!)
US – K, 6.5mm hook – Furls Crochet
Greyson Baby Blanket - free crochet pattern
The Greyson Baby Blanket is a 4 row repeat - all of which are demonstrated above. Be sure to go to the Greyson Baby Blanket for the other stitch tutorials mentioned, as well as all the written instructions, stitch counts, yarn amounts, etc! And you can Pin this image to save it to your Pinterest Crochet board:
I hope that this video helps you crochet your own Greyson Baby Blanket! The stitch multiple is listed in the pattern linked above, and explained on the video, so you can expand it to any desired size too - for a Greyson Grownup Blanket! Thanks so much for watching!
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I'm loving the pattern and your tutorials. Seems like a silly question, but could you do a tutorial of how you weave in the ends? I think I do it differently every time I make something but am always concerned that those ends will work their way out or unravel over time. Thank you!
Hi Lavonne! Thank you so much! Not silly at all - here you go: https://www.mooglyblog.com/weaving-in-ends-crochet-video-tutorial/ 😀
I love your patterns! I have started this one 3 times. I keep getting a slight curve at the bottom. I started the foundation chain this time with an L hook and switched back to the k. I Still have a slight curve....any suggestions.
It's normal for a little curve with the foundation stitches, it generally straightens right out after you get a bit into the project. If your foundation stitch rows are too tight in general, a good tip is to pull that first loop - the one that represents the chain - higher/taller than you do the other parts of the stitch. That loop is where the tightness happens. 🙂
Is there a reason not to simply change colors after each row , turn, and leave the last color on and pick it up next time it is needed so as not to have to weave in so many ends?
The colors will be on the wrong side when you need it again, and if you used multiple skeins to avoid that, the floats along the side would be super long. But you can try!
This is an amazing pattern! I was mesmerized watching the video! Thank you so much for the free pattern and the video!
I am new to your site, but am loving the patterns and your easy to follow videos! And I LOVE! LOVE! that you give the info for different size blankets for some of your patterns! That saves so many of my brain cells! LOL!
♥ Thank you so much, Shelly! If you have any questions, please let me know!