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#Hagstitch Wave Blanket Pattern

This beautifully textured blanket provides a squishy texture no matter what yarn you use. You will want to wrap up in it forever.

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This blanket is made using the #hagstitch. This stitch was invented by The Yarn Hag Ryan for a shawl pattern. She is an amazing crocheter and has a YouTube channel. She has the best personality and is such a caring person. If you aren’t subscribed to her, you should be.

Check out The Yarn Hag Ryan.

If you have seen the #hagstitch yet, you know this new stitch is so, so squishy and is exactly what you want to wrap up in.

Check out what else you can do with the #hagstitch.

Now let’s get to the pattern.

Size

34” X 36”

Materials

         Worsted Weight yarn

                  4 colors (275 yards each)

                           Or

3 colors (370 yards each)

         Size K hook (6.5 mm)

         Scissors

         Needle

         Measuring tape

Gauge

         21sts (or 1 wave section) X 10 rows = 4″

Abbreviations

Hdc – half double crochet  

Dec – decrease

Inc – increase

sp – space

sk – skip

         St(s) – stitch(es)

         Ch – chain

Sl st – slip stitch

BLO – back loop only

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Notes

  • This pattern can be made with any size yarn.  I recommend just going up one hook size from what the yarn recommends.
  • If you would like a different size blanket, the number of chains should be divisible by 21 plus 4.
  • This pattern is a very simple pattern.  It is a one row repeat.  You can follow the pattern and change color when it says or customize it to make it your own.
  • To make a full size adult size throw, ch 298.  If you are doing a 4 color repeat, you will make 168 rows.  If you are doing a 3 color repeat, you will make 147 rows.

Let’s Get Started!   

 Ch 172

  1. Hdc dec in the 3rd and 4th chs from the hook, hdc in next 9 chs, (3 hdc in the next ch, hdc in next 9 chs, sk 2 chs, hdc in next 9 chs) repeat until 12 chs remain, 3 hdc in next ch, hdc in next 9 chs, hdc dec in last 2 chs (8 waves)
  2. Ch 2, turn, hdc dec in the top of the last 2 sts of the previous round, (hdc in 3rd loop, hdc in BLO)repeat 4 times, hdc in 3rd loop,

[3 hdc in the top of the next sts, (hdc in 3rd loop, hdc in BLO)repeat 4 times, hdc in 3rd loop, sk 2 sts, (hdc in 3rd loop st, hdc in BLO) repeat 4 times,

hdc in 3rd loop only] repeat until there are twelve stitches left,

3 hdc in next st, (hdc in 3rd loop, hdc in BLO) repeat 4 times, hdc in 3rd loop, hdc dec in last 2 sts

3-7. repeat row 2

8-14. change color, repeat row 2

15-21. change color, repeat row 2

22-28. change color, repeat row 2

29-35. change color, repeat row 2

36-42. change color, repeat row 2

43-49. change color, repeat row 2

50-56. change color, repeat row 2

57-63. change color, repeat row 2

64-70. change color, repeat row 2

71-77. change color, repeat row 2

78-84. change color, repeat row 2

Fasten off and weave in ends.

When you are done, feel free to share your finished work on Instagram using #llamaunraveled. You are welcome to sell completed projects, but please link back to my site. Please do not copy my pattern, do not redistribute my pattern, do not claim it as your own, and do not publish it anywhere.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me.

llamaunraveled@gmail.com

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