This Lego blocks blanket pattern is so easy you will want to give it a try for yourself! If your kids love lego they will absolutely love this Lego blocks blanket that you can stitch together to create a beautiful Lego throw for their bed. What are you waiting for?
The secret is to crochet a pile of Lego block pieces and then stitch them together at the end.
- Yarn Weight – (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches) – (amount depends on finished project)
- Yarn Needle – Size I/9 or 5.5mm Crochet Hook
Pattern for a Lego Blocks Blanket
Row 1: Single Crochet in the 2nd Chain from the hook, Single Crochet the rest of the chain. (15 stitches) Turn.
Row 2: Chain 3, Double Crochet the length of the row (15 stitches), Turn.
Row 3: Chain 2, Half Double Crochet in same stitch, 2 hdc, Bobble Stitch, 3 hdc, Bobble Stitch, 3 hdc, (15 stitches) Turn.
Row 4: Chain 3, Double Crochet the length of the row (15 stitches) Turn.
Row 5: Repeat Row 3, turn.
Row 6: Repeat Row 4, turn.
Row 7: Repeat Row 1.
Finish: Cut and Knot End. Bury ends with yarn needle.
Stitch together a few to make a cute child’s scarf, or stitch many and create a warm, snuggly blanket for your Lego Lovers.
10 Fun Facts About Lego
- Lego means “play well” in Danish (leg godt) and funny coincidence, the word Lego also means “I assemble” in Latin.
- Between 1979 and 1981, Lego distributed gold bricks to its long-time employees. Each brick was made of 14 karat of 58% pure gold and is now estimated at 15,000 dollars each.
- Today there are about 4 billion Lego characters – It is expected that they will exceed the human population by 2019.
- Lego is the largest tire manufacturer in the world – The company built more than 318 million tires annually.
- Master Model Builders are people paid to play with Lego – To get this type of job in the company, candidates must build a complex model to a jury who will evaluate their skills.
- Lego Star Wars, the company’s first license – Since 1999, themes Lego Star Wars are regularly created. There is even a full size X-Wing, consisting of 5.3 million bricks, made of 17,336 hours.
- There are 50 Lego video games
- There are over 915 million possible combinations for only six Lego bricks
- On average, there are 62 Lego bricks for every person in the world
- There is a website that explains the bible through LEGOS called The Brick Testament.