Bershka checkerboard crochet detail sweater in blue
We plan to take our checkerboard with us camping. See the photo tutorial at the end of the crochet pattern to see how to fold up your game board into a cute little pouch. When it’s time to change colors you’ll start with a chain 2 with your new color. Before each color change take the yarn you’ve worked over and pull it nice and taut.
People will be very impressed with your skill as a crocheter when you show off your expertise with this crochet stitch. The Checkerboard Bucket Hat Crochet Pattern is an adorable hat that is much easier than it looks! There is a full video tutorial included showing how to change colors and carry the yarn throughout. Once you’re feeling ok with the checkerboard crochet stitch, move on to using the stitch for making a granny square. Begin a fifth single crochet in the next chain but stop after the yarn over and pull through, where you have 2 loops on your hook. The next stitch is where we’re going to switch colors.
Start a single crochet stitch in the next chain. Arrange the squares before starting joining, and don’t forget to arrange the squares by color evenly all over the blanket. I arranged my 30 squares 6 rows by 5 squares. You will need yarns in two colors to make this checkerboard granny square blanket. Subtract 8 stitches from your foundation chain from 101 to 93 and work 2 more rows before changing your block colors from 31 rows to 33 rows.
The checker is a pattern of stripes with crossed horizontal and vertical lines which form squares. Typically the checker pattern contains two colours where a single checker is surrounded on all four sides by a checker of a different colour. It’s not known for sure when the checkerboard started being used in man-made objects but we do know that weavers have a long history of using the checkerboard pattern. Established in the late 90’s, Motel was created after the brand founders set out on a road trip of freedom, discovery and fun across the west coast of America. Lion Brand® Yarn Company is a fifth generation, family-owned business. Lion Brand® yarns are sold online, at craft chains, discount chains and independent shops across the United States.
You will need yarns in two colors to make this blanket. I selected Ice yarn Favorite for solid and Rainbow for variegated but they are not categorized in the same weight. The main color is solid color which is categorized under 4 medium weight and the variegated big twist yarn free crochet patterns yarn categorized under 3 Light weight. I had no issue while working with these 2 different weights. These two yarns go well with each other and it helps to get nice draping to the blanket. Double crochet in the 3rd stitch from the hook, and in the next stitch.