How To Finger Crochet A Blanket

Finger Crochet Blanket or Throw

At the moment I am really loving all things oversized and chunky. I have always wanted to learn how to finger crochet so I thought why not finger crochet a chunky throw? I love this Mondial Pronto Max yarn. It makes the perfect chunky throw! It is so easy to learn how to finger crochet and I have a YouTube tutorial and written instructions for you to learn as well. So check it out below!

You’ll be amazed at how quick it is to finger crochet! You can make this crocheted throw within a few hours! Finger crocheting is a fantastic skill to learn, especially if you have misplaced that pesky hook (seriously do you find that they just move out of sight all the time?) or you don’t have those large crochet hooks. All you have to do is use your fingers as the hook while still following the basic crochet technique.

I truly hope you enjoy the free pattern below.

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8 skeins of Mondial Pronto Max; 100% Acrylic; 14 ply (AU)/ Super Bulky (US)/ Super Chunky (UK); 1 skein is 120m/ 131 yards (or use any other super bulky weighted yarn to achieve the same gauge, just check the yardage)
– 8 skeins will make a single blanket, 6 skeins will make a lap blanket
No hook required
(if you want to use a hook, use a 15mm hook or P/Q hook USA)
Tapestry Needle

Abbreviations (US Terminology)

Ch – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
St/s – Stitch/es
YO – Yarn Over

Stitch Explanations

SC – Insert your pointer finger (or hook) into stitch, hook the yarn with your finger, pull through the stitch to make another loop, insert your thumb through both loops, grab the yarn using your finger and thumb, pull through the two loops to sc 1

Sizing/ Measurements

Throw sizing using 8 skeins of super bulky weighted yarn

Length = 142 cm / 56″

Width = 74 cm / 29″


5 rows x 4 stitches = 10cm / 4″ of sc

How to Finger Crochet A Blanket – Free Crochet Pattern

Your pointer finger acts as the crochet hook and your thumb helps to bring the yarn through the loops to sc.

Ch 33 using two strands of yarn as 1 strand and your finger or crochet hook (if you have one)

Row 1: Sc 1 into 2nd ch from your pointer finger (or hook), sc 1 into each ch along, turn work (32 sc)

Row 2: Ch 1 (turning ch), sc 1 into 1st st using your finger (or hook), sc 1 into each st along, turn work (32 sc)

Repeat row 2 until the length of the throw measures 142cm / 56″, or until you have run out of yarn. To get to the length previously mentioned, do a total of

Secure your work when you are happy with the size and leave a long enough tail to be able to weave in your ends using a tapestry needle


If you require extra help please watch the YouTube Tutorial below

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YouTube Tutorial


Here are just a few more crochet patterns I thought you might like from All Craft TV:

1.  Hand Knitted Blanket

2. Ocean Breeze Hooded Pocket Scarf

3.  Captivating Chunky Ribbed Beanie

4. Snugly Textured Chunky Wrist Warmers

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