This crochet lapghan pattern is for the crocheter who is tired of people bugging them all the time!
Fucking FINALLY. The house is quiet.
You finally grab a crochet hook and your latest WIP from the baskets.
You pour a glass of wine….well…maybe that’s technically a glass and a half…but who’s counting.
It has arrived.
Your me time.
You can shut your brain off.
You start stitching…1,2,3,4,5…
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Then you hear it. The sound of every fucking living thing in the house suddenly realizing that you are doing you time.
And you can almost FEEL it…the moment that everyone decides they need something from you RIGHT NOW.
And perhaps normally you would put your hook down and get up to attend to all of the things.
But then you see that new lapghan you made for yourself.
You look at the people in front of you and silently cover your lap with the blanket.
Then you continue to stare at them while silently pointing to the words emblazoned across your lap.
And return to your stitching.
It is a good day.
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This lapghan is made with three different colors to help keep it interesting since, I don’t know about you, but I can get a bit bored doing larger patterns that are just the same stitch over and over. At least you get to change yarn colors with this one 🙂
Since there are color changes for this pattern that couldn’t be carried on a wrong side, I recommend the tapestry crochet method for carrying colors. Unless you’re one of those people who like working with tons of bobbins…in which #YouDoYou friend.
The border utilizes a crossed double crochet, one of my favorite stitches to easily add a bit of texture to a pattern that has lots of double crochet.
And the tassels. Holy shit the tassels just bring me all the joy. I hope they do the same for you. If you need some pointers on making tassels, you can check out my tutorial here.
aka The Boring Shit.
Terms / Skill Level
US / Intermediate
- Yarn Needle
Using 6.0mm hook and any Caron one pound yarn, 12ldc x 6 rows = 4″x4″
beg – beginning
blo – back loop only
ch – chain
cdc – crossed double crochet
dc – double crochet
flo – front loop only
hdc – half-double crochet
ldc – linked double crochet
rep – repeat
RS – right side
sc – single crochet
sl st(s) – slip stitch(es)
sp(s) – space(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)
tc – triple crochet
WS – wrong side
Uses Linked Double Crochet instead of sc like traditional colorwork. Find a tutorial for linked double here.
Uses a crossed double crochet. Find a tutorial for the crossed double crochet here.
Has tassel details at the corner. Find a tutorial for how to make a tassel here.
NEED HELP WITH COLORWORK?
Find my tutorials on tapestry crochet and graphs at the end of this post!
How to do the linked double crochet!
Check out this video and learn how to do the linked double crochet, which is the primary stitch for this pattern!
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Need some help in the crochet colorwork arena?
How to Read a Crochet Graph>
Change Colors Fair Isle Method>
You’ll see this called Intarsia in the video, but I have since learned that, after all this time of doing this thing, this method is actually called Fair Isle.
Intarsia is specifically where you would use a separate bobbin for each and every section where the color changes (using the video’s example, the H, I, ! and Background would all have a separate bobbin in Intarsia. Where Fair Isle, the colors are carried across the wrong side of the work.
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