Crochet Bundle Up Triangles Blanket

When I first found this new Bernat Bundle Up* when I was out yarn shopping a few weeks ago, I immediately called my mom and told her to go get some! The yarn was so soft and the colors were so dreamy that I couldn’t wait to try it out…and I really love how it worked up!

This blanket is very similar to my stacked triangles blanket that I made with baby velvet yarn, but I switched up the stitch a bit to add a little more texture and I decided to alternate the colors of the triangles this time. 

Bernat Bundle Up is 100% polyester and is available at Joann, Michael’s and yarnspirations.com if you want to try it out! The particular shades I used for this blanket I found at my local Michael’s. 

Materials

Bernat Bundle Up (I used the 8.8oz sized skeins)

4 skeins Marshmallow, 2 skeins Misty Gray, 2 skeins Iced Aqua

Size I, 5.5mm hook, tapestry needle, scissors

Finished size 37 in x 37 in

Gauge 4 in = 13 sts and 14 rows

Stitches

WIDE HALF DOUBLE CROCHET (WHDC) CLUSTER: Yarn over (YO), insert hook in between the posts of the row below, pull up a loop, YO, insert hook again into same space, pull up another loop, YO, pull through all loops on hook. 

Here’s what I mean when I say to insert your hook in between the posts: 

hdc graphic

Herringbone Half Double Crochet (HHDC): YO, insert your hook, YO and pull up a loop and pull directly through first loop on hook. YO and pull through remaining two loops. 

Pattern

Main Color (MC) – Marshmallow

Color A – Misty Gray

Color B – Icy Aqua

Tips to know before you start:

  1. Pull through with the new color on the last step of the stitch.
  2. Lay whichever color you aren’t using along the top of your work and crochet over it as you go.
  3. To avoid your yarn getting twisted as you carry it along your work, it helps to always keep one color to the front and one color to the back each time you switch colors.
  4. When turning to a new row, wrap the color not in use around the side of your work and continue to crochet over it as you go. 

With Main Color (MC), chain 103. (To make your blanket a different size, you can chain any multiple of 10, plus 3.)

ROW 1: Starting in the 3rd chain from the hook, work HDC cluster into each chain. Chain 2 and turn.

ROW 2: *Work WHDC cluster with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 9 chains with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. You should end with 1 WHDC cluster in MC in the last chain. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 3: Work WHDC cluster in the first space with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 8 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 2 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 8 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 2 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. (Last stitch should be worked between the turning chain and last stitch.)

ROW 4: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 2 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 7 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 3 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 7 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 2 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn.

ROW 5: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 2 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 6 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 4 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 6 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 3 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 6: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 3 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 5 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 5 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 5 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 3 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 7: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 3 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 4 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 6 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 4 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 4 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 8: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 4 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 3 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 7 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 3 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 4 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 9: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 4 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 2 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 8 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 2 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 5 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 10: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 5 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in the next space with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 9 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in the next space with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 5 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 11: Work WHDC cluster in each space across the row with MC. CH 2 and turn. 

Repeat rows 2 through 11 for the remainder of the blanket, switching between Color A and Color B for each set of triangles. I finished my blanket when I had 11 sets of triangles. 

Border

Weave in all ends with a tapestry needle. 

Round 1: Pull up a loop in any corner and chain 1. Work one round of HHDC around the blanket, doing your best to work one HHDC per row on the sides. On the top and bottom sections of the blanket you can insert your hook in between the clusters. Work 4 HHDC into each corner. When you reach the corner you started with, slip stitch into starting stitch, then chain 1 and turn. 

Round 2: Work HHDC into each stitch around the blanket. Work 2 stitches into each of the two middle stitches in each corner. When you reach the corner you started with, slip stitch into starting stitch, then chain 1 and turn. 

Rounds 3 – 4: Repeat round 2. When finished, slip stitch into starting stitch, tie off, and weave in remaining ends. 

Here is a video for this blanket!

Thank you so much for coming to read this pattern, I hope you enjoy making this blanket! When you finish please come share a picture with us on Facebook or Instagram using #daisyfarmcrafts, we’d love to see! xo, Hannah

*Daisy Farm Crafts is sponsored by Yarnspirations in 2021

Crochet Bundle Up Triangles Blanket

Crochet Bundle Up Triangles Blanket

Materials

  • Bernat Bundle Up (I used the 8.8oz sized skeins)
  • 4 skeins Marshmallow, 2 skeins Misty Gray, 2 skeins Iced Aqua
  • Size I, 5.5mm hook, tapestry needle, scissors
  • Finished size 37 in x 37 in
  • Gauge 4 in = 13 stitches and 14 rows

Instructions

Stitches

Wide Half Double Crochet (WHDC) Cluster: Yarn over (YO), insert hook in between the posts of the row below, pull up a loop, YO, insert hook again into same space, pull up another loop, YO, pull through all loops on hook. 

Herringbone Half Double Crochet (HHDC): YO, insert your hook, YO and pull up a loop and pull directly through first loop on hook. YO and pull through remaining two loops. 

Pattern

Main Color (MC) - Marshmallow

Color A - Misty Gray

Color B - Icy Aqua

Tips to know before you start:

Pull through with the new color on the last step of the stitch.

Lay whichever color you aren’t using along the top of your work and crochet over it as you go.

To avoid your yarn getting twisted as you carry it along your work, it helps to always keep one color to the front and one color to the back each time you switch colors.

When turning to a new row, wrap the color not in use around the side of your work and continue to crochet over it as you go. 

With Main Color (MC), chain 103. (To make your blanket a different size, you can chain any multiple of 10, plus 3.)

ROW 1: Starting in the 3rd chain from the hook, work HDC cluster into each chain. Chain 2 and turn.

ROW 2: *Work WHDC cluster with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 9 chains with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. You should end with 1 WHDC cluster in MC in the last chain. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 3: Work WHDC cluster in the first space with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 8 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 2 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 8 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 2 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. (Last stitch should be worked between the turning chain and last stitch.)

ROW 4: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 2 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 7 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 3 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 7 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 2 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn.

ROW 5: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 2 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 6 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 4 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 6 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 3 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 6: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 3 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 5 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 5 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 5 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 3 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 7: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 3 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 4 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 6 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 4 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 4 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 8: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 4 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 3 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 7 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 3 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 4 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 9: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 4 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 2 spaces with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 8 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in each of the next 2 spaces with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 5 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 10: Work WHDC cluster in each of the first 5 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in the next space with Color A. *Work WHDC cluster in each of the next 9 spaces with MC, then work WHDC cluster in the next space with Color A. Repeat from * to the end of the row. The last 5 stitches of the row should be MC. CH 2 and turn. 

ROW 11: Work WHDC cluster in each space across the row with MC. CH 2 and turn. 

Repeat rows 2 through 11 for the remainder of the blanket, switching between Color A and Color B for each set of triangles. I finished my blanket when I had 11 sets of triangles. 

Border

Weave in all ends with a tapestry needle. 

Round 1: Pull up a loop in any corner and chain 1. Work one round of HHDC around the blanket, doing your best to work one HHDC per row on the sides. On the top and bottom sections of the blanket you can insert your hook in between the clusters. Work 4 HHDC into each corner. When you reach the corner you started with, slip stitch into starting stitch, then chain 1 and turn. 

Round 2: Work HHDC into each stitch around the blanket. Work 2 stitches into each of the two middle stitches in each corner. When you reach the corner you started with, slip stitch into starting stitch, then chain 1 and turn. 

Rounds 3 - 4: Repeat round 2. When finished, slip stitch into starting stitch, tie off, and weave in remaining ends.