Piqué Stitch Blanket: 1-Row Repeat, Easy Reversible Pattern!

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This Piqué stitch blanket is an easy pattern to work up.

One of the things that makes it so simple is that it's a one-row repeat, which means you only have to do half as much work!

One of my favorite things about this project was how relaxing it felt to crochet over and over again in the same stitch.

One thing I don't know about you but I find there can be joy in repetition.

This One Row Repeat Crochet Blanket is perfect for those who want to create a one-row repeat pattern that's easy and relaxing.

The One Row Repeat Pattern incorporates the Piqué Stitch, which is made up of the special cluster stitch – a combination of a double and half double crochet all worked into the same stitch.

It creates such wonderful texture and it's not difficult to do (see how easy it is in the video tutorial below).


Piqué Stitch Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Yarn: Category #4 / worsted / aran / 12 ply yarn. I used 4 balls of Deramores Studio Aran Acrylic Yarn, 180 yds / 3.5oz (165m / 100g) (if you don’t want to add pom poms you will only need 3 balls).
Crochet hook: J (6mm)
Yarn needle (the bent tip makes sewing and weaving in ends much easier)
Scissors (super sharp… and pretty)
Pom Pom Maker

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There are many beginners out there who would love to know how easy it can be to make one row repeat crochet blanket for themselves.

So here it is!

The stitches create this beautiful texture that looks really great in any kind of yarn you choose.

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Piqué Stitch Blanket: 1-Row Repeat, Easy Reversible Pattern!

The piqué stitch is reversible, making it a great choice for baby blankets.

This means that no matter which side of your project you want to show off with pride – whether it's an adorable photo or cuddly design- the other half will look exactly as amazing!

Get the Piqué Stitch Blanket Free Crochet Pattern via Maisie and Ruth.

Thanks to Maisie and Ruth for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

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