A girl can dream. Get your earplugs ready. Pinterest fame, here I come! Start by making a chain in the color you want your first stripe to be for a how-to on making a chain, click HERE. You can make your blanket as big or small as you want by making a longer or shorter starting chain—the length of the starting chain will determine the finished width of your blanket minus the border. When your chain is the length you need it to be, make a single crochet into the second chain from the hook and in each chain across until you reach the end of the row.
Oh can be so disheartnening having to undo! Other than counting the stiches each time theres no way i think! That final extra stitch at the end is sometimes tricky to spot and then do! Thanks for linking up too, great to have a new friendly face playing along!
But I will never get tired of this classic, simple style. So pretty. After working through parts 1 and 2, you should have a nice little blanket, completed and ready to add a border. I ended mine when it was something like inches square.