• [Free Pattern] Moms Agree: This Classic Coverlet Crochet Pattern Is Very Pretty

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    The truth is: we all know that pretty baby blankets are more for the moms than for the babies. Agree? This very pretty Classic Coverlet pattern is ridiculously easy for the intermediate crocheters. The pattern is simple and repetitive. This simple but elegant little blanket can be easily modified to be smaller and the lacy and delicate pattern looks great with variegated or solid colors. Makes such a beautiful and loving baby gift! You can see a couple of examples in the pictures below.

    This turned out smaller than the pattern. Still a great size though. It’s beautiful and very feminine for a baby girl. I think this easy pattern looks much more difficult. Very happy with the end result and I think the new parents will be too! Source: Linz13 

     

     Classic Coverlet Crochet Pattern

    This lacy coverlet makes a beautiful decorative accent.

     Classic Coverlet Crochet Pattern

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    132 Comments to [Free Pattern] Moms Agree: This Classic Coverlet Crochet Pattern Is Very Pretty

    1. is there a site that has instructions for crochet and diagram for the same pattern. I can only read a pattern, but I think if I had both, I could figure it out

    2. Here is the pattern, also can find it on Ravelry: Classic Coverlet
      Lion Brand® Babysoft®

      STITCH EXPLANATION:

      Shell (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in indicated st.
      BPDC (back post double crochet) Yo, insert hook from back to front then to back, going around the dc post, draw up a loop, (yo and draw through 2 loops on hook) twice. Skip st in front of the BPDC.
      FPDC (front post double crochet) Yo, insert hook from front to back then to front, going around the dc post, draw up a loop, (yo and draw through 2 loops on hook) twice. Skip st behind the FPDC.

      AFGHAN
      With larger hook, ch 111.
      Row 1: Shell in 5th ch from hook, sk next 2 ch, *dc in next ch, sk next 2 ch, shell in next ch, sk next 2 ch; rep from * across to last 2 ch, sk next ch, dc in next ch—18 shells.
      Row 2: Ch 3, turn, shell in ch-1 sp of first shell, *sk next 2 dc, FPDC around next dc, shell in ch-1 sp of next shell; rep from * across, dc in top of turning ch.
      Row 3: Ch 3, turn, shell in ch-1 sp of first shell, *sk next 2 dc, BPDC around next dc, shell in ch-1 sp of next shell; rep from * across, dc in top of turning ch.
      Row 4: Rep Row 2.
      Rows 5–66: Rep last 2 rows. Do not fasten off.
      Border
      Change to smaller hook.
      Rnd 1: Do not turn; working around edges of Afghan, work 131 sc evenly spaced across each long edge, 107 sc evenly spaced across each short edge, and 3 sc in each corner; join with sl st in first sc – 488 sc.
      Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in each sc around, working 3 sc in each corner; join with sl st in first sc – 496 sc.
      Rnd 3: Ch 4, sk next sc, dc in next sc, *(ch 1, sk next sc, dc in next sc) across to corner, shell in corner sc; rep from * 3 more times, ch 1, sk next sc, dc in next sc, ch 1; join with sl st in 3rd ch of turning ch.
      Rnd 4: Ch 1, sc in each dc and ch-1 sp around, working 3 sc in each corner ch-1 sp; join with sl st in first sc.
      Rnd 5: Sl st in next sc, ch 1, sc in same sc, *(sk next 2 sc, shell in next sc, sk next 2 sc, sc in next sc) to 1 sc before next corner sc, sk next sc, shell in corner sc, sk next sc, sc in next sc, sk next 2 sc, shell in next sc; rep from * around; join with sl st in first sc. Fasten off.

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