What kind of blanket do you make for a little boy who only likes the color green and really loves football? An Easy Football Field Crochet Blanket of course
It also helped that green and white are colors for the Philadelphia Eagles, his favorite team. I was initially inspired by this cool Football Field C2C pattern but it wouldn’t work with my thicker blanket yarn. I also didn’t want the football part. Then I found this beautiful Football Field Blanket but it had too many colors and was just an image, no pattern. So, I ended up designing my own pattern as usual!
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Easy Football Field Crochet Pattern
- 3 Skeins Bernat Blanket Yarn in Go Go Green
- 1 Skein Bernat Blanket Yarn in White
Take the green yarn and chain 72 plus two extra.
1st Row: Turn and half double crochet (HDC) into only one post from the end. HDC to the end of the chain. Chain two and turn.
2nd through 5th Rows: HDC into back post of 2nd stitch from end. Continue HDC for the entire row, completing five rows total. This is your first section.
Switch to white yarn. HDC only one single row.
Switch back to green yarn and HDC five more rows. This is your second section.
Continue this pattern of 5 rows of green and 1 row of white until you have completed 10 green sections and 9 white rows total. You will end on green.
Switch to white yarn and HDC one row around the entire blanket. Make sure to stitch two extra HDC stitches in each corner so it doesn’t curl.
Switch back to green and HDC two rows around the entire blanket. Don’t forget those extra corner stitches!
You can add numbers to mark the yard lines with the white yarn and topstitch it using a plastic yarn sewing needle if you like.
You could also add more border rows in your favorite team’s colors.
40 inches wide and 48 inches long
2 inches = 4 HDC
If you like how quickly you can make this Easy Football Field Crochet Blanket, you should definitely see some of my other blankets!
My most popular pattern by far has to be my Quick & Easy Crochet Baby Blanket pattern. I love to hear from people when they tell me how quickly they made their blankets or what colors they chose. This blanket yarn just makes it so, so easy to crochet projects. In fact, I have created many different patterns for Bernat Blanket Yarn Projects, so be sure to check them all out!
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8 thoughts on “Easy Football Field Crochet Blanket”
I love this pattern, super easy to do as you watch tv haha. I will say my stitches are super tall and I did a terrible job apparently on keeping my rows even so it’s super long but not wide smh!!
What a lucky little boy. I bet he loves watching his favorite team with his new blanket.
What a fun blanket to snuggle up in while watching the game!
He will love his football blanket. One of a kind for sure. I keep saying one day I will cross off how to crochet from my craft bucket list. Maybe this year ?.
This blanket looks cute and cozy! That shade of green is gorgeous!
Definitely a great gift! Such a great idea!
Marie this turned out so fun and cute. Everyone would love one of these. Great job!
That is great and looks just like a football field!