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Sangria Sorbet Blanket: Free Crochet Pattern

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If you’re looking for an interesting crochet project, the Sangria Sorbet crochet blanket pattern is for you! This blanket uses double crochet and popcorn stitches in a way that forms structured triangles, and I just love the effect. I think you’ll enjoy crocheting it, too!

Triangle Crochet Blanket

Sangria Sorbet Crochet Blanket

After asking on the Heart Hook Home Facebook page for name suggestions, I decided to go with Sangria Sorbet for this gorgeous design. There were so many great name suggestions, it was hard to choose! Many of the comments mentioned how lovely the pink color is, or how vibrant and fun the design is. For this pattern I used Chic Sheep yarn in the “Dragon Fruit” colorway (now discontinued 😟).

free trignel crochet popcorn blanket

It was almost difficult to get my camera to pick up the vibrancy of the color. That being said, I am in love with the richness of that deep pink and the weight of the blanket paired with this stitch is divine. It is heavy enough to keep you warm, and almost like a weighted blanket.

You could, of course, use any other worsted weight yarn.

Materials:

Worsted Weight yarn (Chic Sheep Yarn in “Dragon Fruit” colorway pictured)
-approx. 2775 yards

Crochet hook in size H/5mm

Gauge:

Unimportant, but 9 dcs = 2.5″ wide

Finished Dimensions:

Approx. 48” x 60”

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If you need help reading a crochet pattern, make sure you head over here and check out this detailed post.

triangle crochet blanket pattern

Pattern Notes:

Pattern written using US terms.

Popcorn (tutorial here) = “Pop” = 4dcs. In this pattern we are using a ch-1 to close each Popcorn stitch.

Ch-3 at the beginning of the row DOES count as a double crochet.

On odd numbered rows insert hook front to back to complete Popcorns.

On even numbered rows insert hook back to front to complete Popcorns.

triangle blanket crochet pattern

If you would like to make a size different than mine, you will need to alter the foundation chain by a multiple of 16 stitches. Since my beginning chain of 197 makes a blanket that is ~48″ wide, a starting chain of, say, 149 would make a blanket approximately 36″ wide. Or if you’d like it to be larger (say 60″ wide) you would need to start with 245 chains. Questions? Don’t hesitate to ask!

Pattern:

Row 1: Ch-197, dc in 4th ch from hook. * Ch-3, sk-3 chs, [Pop in next ch, sk-next ch]4x, Pop in next ch, ch-3, sk-3 chs. Dc in next ch * repeat between * * until only one chain remains. Dc in last. (195)

Row 2: Ch-3 (counts as dc here and throughout), turn, dc in next st, dc around ch-sp. Ch-3, [Pop in between next 2 pops]4x, ch-2. * Dc around ch-sp, dc in dc, dc around next ch-sp, ch-3 [Pop in between next 2 pops]4x, ch-2, * repeat between * * 10 more times. Dc around ch-sp, dc in next dc, dc in top of ch-3. (195)

Row 3: Ch-3, turn, dc in next 2 sts, dc around ch-sp. Ch-3, [Pop in between next 2 pops]3x, ch-2. * Dc around ch-sp, dc in next 3 sts, dc around ch-sp, ch-3, [Pop in between next 2 pops]3x, ch-2 * repeat between * * 10 more times. Dc around ch-sp, dc in next 2 sts, dc in top of ch-3. (195)

Row 4: Ch-3, turn, dc in next 3 sts, dc around ch-sp. Ch-3, [Pop in between next 2 pops]2x, ch-2. * Dc around ch-sp, dc in next 5 sts, dc around next ch-sp, ch-3, [Pop in between next 2 pops]2x, ch-2 * repeat between * * 10 more times. Dc around ch-sp, dc in next 3 sts, dc in top of ch-3. (195)

Row 5: Ch-3, turn, dc in next 4 sts, dc around ch-sp. Ch-3, Pop in between next 2 pops, ch-2, * dc around ch-sp, dc in next 7 sts, dc around ch-sp, Ch-3, Pop in between next 2 pops, ch-2 * repeat between * * 10 more times. Dc around ch-sp, dc in next 4 sts, dc in top of ch-3. (195)

Row 6: Ch-3, turn, Pop in next, sk-1 st, Pop in next, sk-1 st, Pop in next. Ch-2, dc in top of next Pop, ch-3, * [Pop in next dc, sk-1 st]5x, ch-2. Dc in top of next Pop, ch-3 * repeat between * * 10 more times. Pop in next dc, sk-1 st, Pop in next, sk-1 st, Pop in next, dc in top of ch-3. (196)

Row 7: Ch-4 (counts as dc + ch 1), turn, [Pop in between next 2 pops]2x, ch-2, dc around ch-sp, dc in next dc, dc around ch-sp, ch-3. * [Pop in between next 2 pops]4x, ch-2, dc around ch-sp, dc in next dc, dc around ch-sp, ch-3 * repeat between * * 10 more times. [Pop in between next 2 pops]2x, dc in top of ch-3. (195)

Row 8: Ch-3, turn, Pop in first space. Pop in between next 2 pops. Ch-2, dc around ch-sp, dc in next 3 sts, dc around ch-sp, ch-3. * [Pop in between next 2 pops]3x, ch-2, dc around ch-sp, dc in next 3 sts, dc around ch-sp, ch-3 * repeat between * * 10 more times. Pop between next 2 pops, Pop in next ch-sp. Dc in top of ch-3. (196)

Row 9: Ch-4, turn, Pop in between the 2 pops, ch-2, dc around ch-sp, dc in next 5 sts, dc around ch-sp, ch-3. * [Pop in between next 2 pops]2x, ch-2, dc around ch-sp, dc in next 5 sts, dc around ch-sp, ch-3 * repeat between * * 10 more times. Pop in between next 2 pops, dc in top of ch-3. (195)

Row 10: Ch-3, turn, Pop in very first sp. Ch-2, dc around ch-sp, dc in next 7 sts, dc around ch-sp, ch-3. * Pop in between next 2 pops, ch-2, dc around ch-sp, dc in next 7 sts, dc around ch-sp, ch-3 * repeat between * * 10 more times. Sk-next pop, Pop in final space. Dc in top of ch-3. (196)

Row 11: Ch-3, turn, dc in top of next Pop, ch-3. [Pop in next dc, sk-1 sts]5x, ch-2. * Dc in top of next Pop, ch-3, [Pop in next dc, sk-1 sts]5x, ch-2 * repeat between * * 10 more times. Dc in top of next Pop, dc in top of ch-3. (195)

Rows 12 – 101: Repeat rows 2 – 11 (195)

Row 102: Repeat row 2 (195)

Row 103: Repeat row 3 (195)

Row 104: Repeat row 4 (195)

Row 105: Repeat row 5 (195)

Border:

Where still attached…

Ch-1, sc evenly down row ends, 3sc in corner. Sc in each st/ch to end, 3sc in corner. Sc evenly up row ends, 3sc in corner. Sc in each st/ch to end. Fasten off using Invisible Join.

Sangria Sorbet Crochet Blanket Pattern

That it is! I do hope you enjoyed crocheting this fun blanket with me. This is one that I worked on off and on for the better part of a year. I liked crocheting this blanket because of the challenge and the attention required, but once you get those repeats down the pattern works up nicely and definitely keeps your attention.

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11 Comments

  1. I'm absolutely loving your blanket pattern! The color is amazing! In fact, I loved it so much that I couldn't resist featuring it (with proper credit) on Crafts on Display, a thriving community of fellow crafting enthusiasts. You can check it out right here - https://craftsondisplay.com/crochet/sangria-sorbet-blanket-free-pattern-40469/ I hope you enjoy it, and please keep up the fab work!
  2. Hi there, Love the Sangria Sorbet blanket pattern. As Lise mentioned above, I am having a bit of trouble with the instructions. Do you have a video tutorial to help? I am unclear when the pattern mentions to DC around the next ch sp. Does that mean crochet on the other side of the pop or DC underneath the pop?
  3. Hi! I loooove this blanket!! I am fairly new to crochet, I am familiar with all the the stitches, but am still finding the instructions a bit confusing to follow. Have you made a video where you show how to crochet in triangles? Thanks for such an amazing blogg <3
  4. Hello Ashlea, Well you've done it again , this is absolutely beautiful! I will definitely be making this one. As always, I'll be looking forward for your next beautiful creations. Take care
  5. Hi! I'm a fairly new member to your regular newsletter but devour every word from top to bottom. Thanks for the interesting reads, ideas, and patterns. I found myself VERY intrigued with your wall of rainbow yarn behind the beautiful Sangria Sorbet blanket photos. What can you tell me about that? Could you post a complete picture of it sometime? I'd like to hear about its history and the techniques used to mount it. P.S. I'm originally from Kentucky and enjoy a drink from time to time. I'd love to share a Bourbon with you when your schedule allows. (I currently live in Wisconsin.)
    1. Hi Ellen! Welcome to my blog! I have a post on how to make your own yarn wall...I will be updating that post soon with new photos, but it can be found here: https://hearthookhome.com/inexpensive-and-easy-yarn-organization-wall/
  6. Wow - what an absolutely beautiful blanket. The color is just perfect while the whole project is truly inspirational. Thank you so much for sharing it with us.
  7. OMG, I am in love with everything about this blanket! The color is to die for! Ordering yarn right now! Thank you for sharing!!