• [Video Tutorial] Surprisingly Fast And Easy Crochet Blanket All Sizes

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    Baby blanket, queen coverlet or king sized bed spread, this beautiful crochet blanket is so easy to make. Virus Blanket by Jonna Martinez is a simple pattern with four repeating rows. This blanket works up very quickly and “grows” to the size you wish very similarly to a granny square.


    Fast And Easy Crochet Blanket


    Crochet this beautiful virus blanket as a baby blanket or as a king sized bed spread.
    There are 4 repeating rows that “grow” the blanket.
    Please watch my video tutorial for more detailed visual description of this pattern.

    I have a 4.25 MM hook that I used for the pattern. I’m sure all G size hooks will work (4.00-4.50MM)

    I used 2 skeins of Red Heart shimmer for a small baby blanket. Please grab extra yarn if you are unsure of sizing because personal tension and gauge will differ.

    Crochet Virus Blanket Video Tutorial

    Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Jonna Martinez 

    Thanks to Jonna Martinez for the article inspiration and featured image.

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    60 Comments to [Video Tutorial] Surprisingly Fast And Easy Crochet Blanket All Sizes

    1. That one measures 22″ so far and I just started on the second cake. I do tend to crochet a little tighter than some though. I only have the one cake left and I cannot get another of the same color (nor will I pay the ridiculous prices on ebay) so I might have to stop after this. I was going to stop after one cake but I just couldn’t, I loved it so much I had to keep going! Good luck with yours 🙂

    2. That is absolutely beautiful! I want to make it in the purple colours though, but when you go onto the video/pattern it just shows pink and white in thick bands of colour. Are there any instructions anywhere that show what purple wool is used and when to make the colour changes?

    3. Antonia beles

      Just purchased the Partten Would like to know what color and yarn you used for the purple virus Patteren

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