If you are looking for a cozy, squishy, textured crochet blanket made with super bulky yarn – this is it! Made with Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick, this pattern is full of 3D texture and warmth. Find the free crochet pattern for this beautiful blanket down below.
- Get the ad-free PDF on Etsy or Ravelry (includes 8 sizes: security, baby, toddler, lapghan, throw, twin, queen, and king along with yarn amounts and beginning chain counts)
- PIN it to your Pinterest boards for later.
- View the pattern below for free on my blog supported by ads.
Super Bulky 6 Yarn
If you aren’t used to using bulky weight yarn, it can take a bit to get used to. However, the results are worth it!
Because the yarn is so thick, it creates beautiful texture and it also allows you to finish crocheting a blanket faster. I used 8 skeins of Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick for my blanket and it took me less than a week (total) to complete it.
I enjoy working with the Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick because the final projects always come out squishy and fluffy. Other popular Super Bulky 6 yarns is the Bernat Blanket and Bernat Baby Blanket yarn. However, this yarn has a totally different texture and feel (like chenille) from the yarn I used for this project.
Crochet Waffle Stitch = Cozy Texture
On top of the super bulky 6 yarn, I wanted to make this chunky blanket with a stitch that I knew had a lot of texture: the waffle stitch!
Just like its name implies, the waffle stitch looks like a waffle! Using front post double crochets, it gives a 3rd dimension giving that extra squish.
If you are new to crochet, I think the waffle stitch is totally doable – it is only comprised of two basic crochet stitches: double crochets and front post double crochets. I even have a video tutorial below to help you through the stitches!
Crochet Waffle Stitch Video Tutorial
If you are unable to view the video under this text, you can watch it on YouTube here.
Crochet Blanket Pattern
Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick Bonus Bundles (12oz/212yd) in the cold Fisherman
Scissors/ Tapestry needle
Blanket sizes, beginning chain amounts, and yarn amounts can be found in the paid PDF on Etsy or Ravelry.
Below, there is a blanket chart with sizes to help you decide what size you need.
Stitch multiple: 3 + 1
Beginning chain does not count as a stitch.
4” x 4” ~ 7 stitches across x 4 rows
Abbreviations (US terms)
Ch = chain, dc = double crochet, fpdc = front post double crochet, st = stitch
Row 1: Ch multiple of 3 + 1, dc into 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across, turn
Row 2: Ch 2, dc, *fpdc, dc in next 2 st, repeat from * across, fpdc in last st, turn
Row 3: Ch 2, dc, *fpdc in next 2 st, dc, repeat from * across, fpdc in last st, turn
Repeat Row 2-3 until you have the number of rows for the size blanket you are making.
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