Crochet Baby Blanket With Interlocking Shell Stitch

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How to Make an Adorable Baby Blanket with a Quirky Variant of the Shell Stitch

This interlocking seashell stitch creates a nicely closed pattern that can be used for any project, such as a blouse or scarf, and both sides will look great.

However, you can use any yarn you like and adjust the number of stitches accordingly. You can make the blanket as long as you want, depending on the project. The minimum number of colors is two, but you can use as many as you like.

The pattern involves creating clusters of double crochets and chaining stitches to create the shell-like shape.

As you work on the blanket, you'll see the beautiful interlocking shells start to take shape. The pattern is easy to memorize, making it a great project for beginners.

And once you get the hang of the stitch, you can try it out on other projects like scarves, blouses, or even larger blankets.

This baby blanket is a fun and easy project that uses a quirky variant of the shell stitch. You can use any yarn you like and adjust the number of stitches accordingly to make it as long as you want.

The minimum number of colors is two, but you can use as many as you like. With a size J or 6.00mm hook, you can start creating beautiful interlocking shells and make an adorable baby blanket for someone special.

Images and patterns courtesy of Bag-O-Day Crochet

Enjoy This Video Tutorial About Crochet Baby Blanket

Source: Bag-O-Day Crochet

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