Crochet Cactus Blanket

Welcome to Craft For The World, ready for another incredibly beautiful pattern ?! How about gifting someone or even decorating your home, this is a great pattern to make for babies and think: fluffy blanket + cute baby = cuteness in double dose !! the pattern we are going to learn today is called a Crochet Cactus Blanket, beautiful pattern you will love

TIP: Roll five fist-sized balls (one for each cactus) and put them in plastic bags; so that while you work the thread doesn’t get tangled (too much). That may help you!

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Here is the graph of the cactus you will use. You can click here or click on the chart to print it.


Front 2 Loop Half Double Crochet (F2LPHDC): Yarn over and work your hook up and under the front two loops (the two loops that face you) of the half double crochet stitch, yarn over and pull through all three loops on the hook, stitch complete.

Watch video below if you need to see a quick demonstration:


(Size 32 x 34 inches)

  • Red Heart Soft, White-3 skeins, Black-1 skein

Content: 100% acrylic Ball size: 283 g/10 oz, 469 meters/513 yards Care: Machine wash and dry Gauge: 4 – Medium

  • Size H, 5.00mm hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors
  • Zip-loc plastic bags


Chain 114, (pattern repeat is 22 plus 4. Multiply the number of cactus you would like across the end of your blanket times 22, then add 4.)

ROW 1: In the third chain from the hook, work 1 HDC. Work 1 HDC in each chain across the row. Chain (CH) 2 and turn. (112)

ROW 2: In first stitch, (turning chain does not count as a stitch) work 1 F2LPHDC. Work 1 F2LPHDC in each stitch acros the row. CH 2 and turn. (112)

ROW 3-21: Using the F2LPHDC now and throughout the entire blanket, start in the lower right hand corner of the chart and follow the graph. To change color, pull through on the last step of the stitch.  Use one ball of black yarn per cactus. You will carry the white yarn through the black (this means the white yarn will lie flat across the row and you will crochet over it and bring it through the black portion of the cactus.)

ROW 22-66: Repeat row 2. 

ROW 67-85: Turn the graph upside down and work the cactus from the top to the bottom. 

ROW 86-87: Repeat row 2. Tie off and weave in the ends. 


Round 1: Pull up a loop in any corner and chain 1. Work 1 HDC in each stitch across the row, and work 1 HDC and the end of each row on the sides of the blanket. Work 3 HDC into each corner. Join with a slip stitch to the starting HDC. 

Round 2 and 3: Continuing in the same direction, work 1 SC (single crochet) into each stitch. Work 3 SC into each corner. Join with a slip stitch at the end of round 3. Tie off and weave in all ends. 

If you’d like to add finishing touches to your blanket, lay it out flat on a towel or foam blocking boards if you have them. Use a spray bottle with water to dampen the blanket. Press the blanket into straight lines, massaging the stitches and adjusting your tension. Pin with straight pins and let it dry. 

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