Flagstone Blanket Crochet Pattern

The Flagstone blanket reminds me of an uneven path of stepping stones. With it’s mesmerizing texture and beautiful color, it will become your favorite for curling up and getting cozy.

Textured stitches, combined with super soft yarn and an alternating pattern, create this stunning blanket. The crochet pattern is great for a beginner, but skilled crocheters will enjoy it as well.

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Finished Sizes: 

  • Baby/Stroller – 24” x 28”
  • Toddler – 40” x 43”
  • Throw – 52” x 64” 
  • Twin – 60” x 85” 
  • Full/Queen – 89” x 92”

Yarn: #4 worsted weight
Sample used: Bernat Bundle Up in Misty Grey

  • Baby/Stroller – 15 oz/820 yds
  • Toddler – 26 oz/1400 yds
  • Throw – 33 oz/1771 yds 
  • Twin – 45 oz/2460 yds  
  • Full/Queen – 53 oz/2900 yds

Hook Size: Size J/10 (6 mm)

Notions: Yarn Needle

Gauge: 6 sts x 13 rows = 4” in bean st

Difficulty: Adv Beginner: Uses combinations of stitches with no shaping.

Stitches used:

bean st – video help HERE
ch – chain
dc– double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet

For help with abbreviations – see my List of Abbreviations.

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