To celebrate fall this year, I crocheted up this simple Pittsburgh Steelers Crochet blanket to keep us warm while we all pile up on the couch together to watch the Black and Gold! Read on down for the full, FREE black and gold crochet pattern!
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It’s almost that time of year again full of football, leaf piles, and everything pumpkin. So the inspiration for this easy crochet blanket came at the perfect time!
Great Throw Blanket for Beginners!
If you are a beginner looking for a quick project, then this is the crochet pattern for you! The Pittsburgh throw blanket crochet pattern is extremely simple and uses only the half double crochet stitch, which makes for a fast project!
The Yarn That’s Perfect for this Pittsburgh Blanket
I used Charisma yarn from Michaels stores, but any bulky 5 yarn would work! If you can’t find the yarn, I used, I highly suggest using Lion Brand Yarn Hometown or Wool-Ease Thick & Quick as a replacement.
Let’s Get Started!
If you are ready to make this easy throw blanket, then keep on scrolling down!
Happy Pittsburgh Blanket Making!
Pittsburgh Crochet Blanket Pattern
Skill Level: Basic
- Size N 9mm crochet hook
- 2 Balls Each of Charisma bulky (5) Yarn in White (A), Yellow (B), Grey ©, Black (D).
- Yarn Needle
This pattern is written in standard US terms
I will refer to the Colors as White (A), Yellow (B), etc.
Here is a Changing Colors In Crochet Tutorial that may help.
- Approximately 50” X 35”
- To adjust the size of the blanket chain, any # starting chain to begin and follow the pattern as written. (yarn needed will vary)
Pittsburgh Steelers Crochet Blanket Pattern
Foundation Row: Chain 82 with Color A
Row 1: In 2nd chain from hook Half Double Crochet, Half Double Crochet in each chain across row, turn.
Row 2: Chain 2, In first stitch Half Double Crochet, Half Double Crochet in every stitch across. Turn.
Row 3-13: Repeat Row 2.
Row 14: Change Yarn to Color B. Repeat Row 2
Row 15-27: Repeat Row 2.
Row 28: Change Yarn to Color C. Repeat Row 2.
Row 29-41: Repeat Row 2.
Row 42: Change Yarn to Color D. Repeat Row 2.
Row 43-55: Repeat Row 2.
Finishing: Fasten off after the last row and weave in loose ends throughout the blanket with a yarn needle.
You Are Done!
I hope you enjoyed making this easy crochet throw blanket as much as I did! I LOVE how the bulky yarn makes it so cozy and warm!! Plus, I can’t forget to mention the simplicity of this pattern makes me love it even more!