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Simple crochet blanket that looks like the Aurora Borealis
This simple throw is the perfect stashbuster. This piece is crocheted back and forth in a granny stitch pattern and is extremely customizable. Just add more yarn as you go!

Abbreviations:
ch = chain stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
ch sp = chain space
hdc = half double crochet

Posted by natashaprice from Anchorage, Alaska, United States • Published See natashaprice's 7 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Ch. 157

  • Step 2

    Foundation Row: 1 sc into 2nd chain from hook, 1 sc into each chain to end (156 stitches)

  • Step 3

    Set Up Row: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 1 dc into first sc, [skip 2 sc, 3 dc into next sc] to 3st before end, 2dc in last stitch. — Your row should contain a 2dc cluster, 50 clusters and a 2dc cluster. Ch3 turn.

  • Step 4

    Row 3: 1 dc into very first stitch, [3 dc into next ch sp between dc groups] repeat to last space, 2 dc into last space and then 1 dc into 3rd stitch of ch 3 from previous row. Ch 3, turn.

  • Step 5

    Continue row 3 until your blanket is the length you prefer.

  • Step 6

    Final row: Hdc in every stitch across.

  • Step 7

    Cut yarn and weave in ends with a darning needle.

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