This Awesome Mermaid Tail Blanket Is An Easy Pattern For Beginners

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Crocheted Mermaid tails blankets are cozy and fun and they add a touch of playfulness to one’s life. It's a beautiful way to keep warm while reading a book or doing something you love: like crocheting or knitting. They are also adorable gifts to make.

Learn how to crochet a mermaid tail blanket that's so easy to crochet, even a beginner can make it! This pattern, courtesy of Crochet Lovers is super easy to make as it only requires you to know single crochet and double crochet.

Have fun making your very own mermaid tail!

Crochet Mermaid Tail Blanket Pattern

Yarn: 600 grams (near 800 yards) of chunky/bulky yarn (number 5)
Hook: 10 mm hook (US: N-P or number 15)
Other materials: scissors and yarn needle

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This Awesome Mermaid Tail Blanket Is An Easy Pattern For Beginners
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58 thoughts on “This Awesome Mermaid Tail Blanket Is An Easy Pattern For Beginners”

  1. In the materials it said 600 grams (6 balls) of yarn. Does she mean 600 grams x 6 balls = 3,600 grams? Or 6 balls of 100 gram/ per ball = 600 grams? Pls help. Newbie here. Tnx so much.

  2. Susan Ziolkowski

    Is there a written pattern for this. I don’t have the time to watch a video and write down how to make it. I have someone that would like one but I really need a written pattern. Can anyone answer this question. I know that someone asked about a written pattern back on 4 April 2016. But no one answered her.

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