Half Double and V-Stitch Chunky Crochet Lapghan

This chunky crochet lapghan works up quick and easy. It has a bit of an open stitch, but with the chunky yarn, you can still find a nice level of warmth for your legs as you relax in your favorite chair.

Half Double and V-Stitch Chunky Crochet Lapghan

Make this as a gift for yourself or for anyone confined to a wheelchair to help keep them comfy throughout the seasons.

This chunky blanket is worked with rows of half double crochets, followed by rows of v-stitches and chain spaces. It’s very easy, making it great for beginners who are comfortable with basic stitches and ready for something a bit more interesting.

I made mine the size for a comfortable lapghan, but in a simple multiple of four, you can easily make this to any size you want from a baby blanket to a full-sized bedspread. Use this blanket sizes chart to make it easy for you to adjust the size.

If making a baby blanket, choose a baby yarn and a smaller hook size if you like. I used Red Heart Comfort Chunky yarn with a 6.5 mm crochet hook. It is a soft acrylic yarn. It works up, making it great for blanket patterns. It was my first time working with this yarn and I loved it.

I used two skeins of yarn, but it came close to finishing the second ball, so you may want to get three skeins just to make sure you have enough yarn. Any leftovers can be used in another blanket with stripes or color blocks.

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Half Double and V-Stitch Chunky Crochet Lapghan

This chunky lapghan pattern is easy to adjust to any size in a simple multiple of 4.
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  • Yarn: Red Heart Comfort Chunky (Bulky, #5; 100% Acrylic; 12.7oz/360g; 448yds/410m) Color: White, 2 balls (I did mine with two balls, but it came close, thus depending on how you crochet, you may need a third ball.)
  • Crochet Hook: K 6.50mm
  • Other: Measuring Tape, Scissors, Yarn Needle


  • Gauge: 10 sts = 4".
  • Finished Size: 38" x 48"


Special Stitch Instructions

  • V-St: (hdc, ch 1, hdc) into designated st.


  • Ch 98, or any multiple of 4 + 2.
  • Row 1: Working into back bumps, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and into each ch across. Turn. [97 hdc]
  • Row 2: Ch 1, hdc in first st, sk next st, (v-st, ch 1) in next st, *sk next 3 sts, (v-st, ch 1) in next st; repeat from * across to last 2 sts omitting last ch-1, sk next st, hdc in last st. Turn. [24 v-sts]
  • Row 3: Ch 1, hdc in first st and into each st and ch across. Turn. [97 hdc]
  • Rows 4-79: Repeat Rows 2 and 3. Fasten Off

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  1. Would 4 skeins of Red Heart Super Saver be enough to make this throw? How would I adjust the number of beginning chains for a # 4 weight yarn? Thank you!

    1. Hi Betty, I’m not sure in terms of the yarn, but I’d say it would be close. To adjust for a different weight, you would need to do a gauge swatch to determine how many stitches you would need for the width that you want. Hope that helps. :)

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