I would estimate 6-7 skeins to make both.
answered 3 weeks, 1 day ago
I used a size K crochet hook & used the pattern on pkg which was supposed to be approx. 38 in square and it takes about 6 skeins that are 3.5 oz. Mine turned out a little bigger because I crochet loose. Hope this is helpful.
answered 1 month, 1 week ago
I made a standard size single crochey baby blanket using size P crochet hook and it took 6 skeins. I'm currently working on one that's about 48 x 54 and bought 9 hoping it's enough.
I used 10 skeins Size 7 knitting needles & the blanket measures 43 inches square. I used the simple pattern of knit 2 stitches, yarn over & knit across. You start with 3 stitches & increase 1 stitch each row working until size you want. Then start to decrease 1 stich each row until 3 stitches remain, & bind off. To decrease you knit 1 stitch, Knit 2 stitches together & knit across row.
If you want a larger blanket either use a larger needle or more yarn,
I used size 7 needle because I wanted a tight blanket.
This depends on the size of the blanket, but I made one using 7 skeins and had half a skein left over.
5 skeins makes a nice size baby blanket. It also depends on how tight you crochet.i recommend using a large crochet hook (I used J because I have a tendency to crochet tight).
I'd say about 8. It depends on the stitch... I'm using a K hook with a double crochet wave pattern. I do tend to make my blankets on the larger side, so most would probably think 6 would do it. Good luck!
That would depend on the stitch used, the size of the needles or hook. If you are following a pattern it should list the amount you need. But for reference I can usually get a hat out of one skein for a baby............and have leftovers.............but thats me and the hook I use. Everyones results will vary, depending on the guage they get even from the same pattern.
Depends on the size of crochet hook or knitting needle, along with what stitches you are using. I would suggest about 6 skeins for the size you are inquiring about.