This video tutorial with English subtitles will walk you through the beautiful embossed crochet 3D stitch for a baby blanket. This embossed stitch makes that classic texture for blanket.
CROCHET 3D STITCH FOR SOFT BABY BLANKET?
It takes around 8 hours to make a beautifully soft blanket using this crochet 3d stitch. The border should also be made using the same pattern. About 4 ½ yarn balls of 100% acrylic yarn that contains 100 grams each. They also need a number 4mm yarn hook.
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Keep reading to learn how to make this beautiful embossed crochet stitch.
Ideas on using Crochet 3d Stitch
The embossed 3d stitch is fairly simple and you will need a lovely baby wool of a light color such as white like in the video, or a light pink. The ideal length of a blanket is 40 inches and in the shape of a rectangle. This crochet 3d stitch blanket is so beautiful and soft, perfect for the delicate skin of babies. It is the perfect length for a baby size around 35 and 36 inches.
There are so many things that you will adorn using the crochet 3d stitch! Aside from a warm baby blanket, you can make scarves, hats, sweaters, and pillowcases. Another creative idea to make a charming summer wrap or light sweater for your baby.
The particular shape of the 3d stitch shown on this video are very easy to make and easy to incorporate outside stitches and adored. Have fun picking the yarn colors and beginning your embossed crochet stitch today!
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Tutorial and photos of this stitch by: my knitting way.
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this is very pretty were can i find the pattern for this??
I love the 3 D chevron stitch wanna try it out. Thank you for sharing this.
How do I get the instructions for this baby blanket in English?
I watched the video and wrote it down, step-by-step – it took a few hours to do it (she crochets very fast – it required a LOT of rewinding and reviewing), but it was well worth it.
Would you be willing to share it? She uses terms, translated in English, that I’ve never heard of before ; like a railing and a floor stitch. Any help would be appreciated
I would like the pattern in English. Thank you very much.
I would like the pattern …..thank you.