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Basic Pattern Idea *20 rows of sc (ch2) 1 row of dc (ch1) 1 row of sc (ch2) 1 row of dc* Repeat from * to * until you reach your desired length. Since you start with 20 rows of sc, make sure you end with a completion of a group of 20 rows of sc to make it look even.
Â Now that I’ve completed a baby blanket, I can do anything!
Â It took me a month to do, but I was only putting in a few hours or so here and there (maybe once a week? Â This could easily be done in a weekend if you are a veteran crocheter. (And please be kind, it’s my first time writing a crochet pattern!
) Notes This blanket is built body first, then the scalloped top and bottom edges are done afterwards.
Â The body has a simple pattern that even the newest crocheter can handle!