Saturday, March 9, 2019

Mosaic Crochet Baby Blanket

Mosaic Crochet Baby Blanket

By: Annoo Crochet Designs




Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrk8-v4j9XA&t=97s
Skill level: Advanced BeginnerGauge: approximately 5 rows in pattern = 2 inchesSize:
You will need:
Main Color (MC)
4 skeins of Berroco dk (dk or sports weight #3)

Color: Cream
Fiber: 50% Super Fine Acrylic/ 50% Super Fine Nylon Ball weight: 50g/1.75oz/178yds

Contrasting Colors (CC)
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1 box of Scheepjes Stone Washed Color 50 Pack ( Dk weight #3) Color: Variety
Fiber: 78% Cotton/ 22% Acrylic
Ball weight: each mini skein is 15g Crochet Hook: 4mm/G
Tapestry needle
Scissor
Safety Pin/Stitch marker

Stitches Used:
Sc: single crochet Dc: double crochet Ch: chain
Sl st: slip stitch

Instructions:
You will be working this pattern in a multiple of 3 plus 1. WIth your MC yarn and hook make a slip knot and chain 94,
Row 1: sc in the first ch from hook, *ch2, sk 2 ch, sc in 3rd ch* repeat from *to* to the end, sc in the last st.
You will now Drop your loop from your hook and insert your safety pin in the loop




You will now go back to the first sc you made for Row 1 and pass your hook in the first sc you made, you will now join your first CC yarn,
Row 2: (CC) ch4 (counts as dc and ch1), *in the next ch2 sp make 3 dc, ch1* repeat from *to* to the end, dc in last sc, you will now pass your hook through the dropped stitch from the previous row, you will have 2 loops on your hook now, pass the MC loop through the CC loop. You now have carried up your MC yarn for the next row. Remove the Safety Pin. Turn your work.
Row 3: (MC) ch2, you will make a V st (dc, ch1, dc) in the sc of Row 1 between the first dc from Row 2, (see Pic below) *find the next sc in between the next 2 groups of 3dc and make a Vst (dc, ch1, dc) * repeat from *to* across, making 1 dc in the last sc of the 1st row. You will now Drop your loop from your hook and insert your safety pin in the loop


Go back to the beginning of the previous row Do Not Turn your work, keep it right side facing you. Pass your hook at the top of the ch2 and join your yarn from Row 2.
Row 4: (CC)Ch4 (counts as dc, ch1), *in the ch1 sp of the Vst make 3 dc, ch1* repeat from *to* to the end of your row, in the top of the dc from the previous row make a dc. Pass your hook through the loop with the pin (remove the pin) and pass the MC through the CC, turn your work.
Row 5: (MC) ch2, find the dc from Row 3 in between the first dc and group of 3 dc from previous row, you will make a Vst there (dc, ch1, dc), *in between the next 2 groups of 3dc you will make your Vst in between the 2 Vst from previous Vst row* repeat from *to* across, end your row by making a dc in the last dc of the Previous Vst row. You will now Drop your loop from your hook and insert your safety pin in the loop

Go back to the beginning of the previous row Do Not Turn your work, keep it right side facing you. Pass your hook at the top of the ch2 and join your next CC from Row 2, with the Scheepjes 50pk of minis you are able to get 2 rows from each ball for this Baby Blanket.


Row 6: (CC)Ch4 (counts as dc, ch1), *in the ch1 sp of the Vst make 3 dc, ch1* repeat from *to* to the end of your row, in the top of the dc from the previous row make a dc. Pass your hook through the loop with the pin (remove the pin) and pass the MC through the CC, turn your work.


Row 7:(MC) ch2, find the dc from Row 3 in between the first dc and group of 3 dc from previous row, you will make a Vst there (dc, ch1, dc), *in between the next 2 groups of 3dc you will make your Vst in between the 2 Vst from previous Vst row* repeat from *to* across, end your row by making a dc in the
last dc of the Previous Vst row. You will now Drop your loop from your hook and insert your safety pin in the loop
Go back to the beginning of the previous row Do Not Turn your work, keep it right side facing you. Pass your hook at the top of the ch2 and join your yarn from Row 2.
Row 8: (CC)Ch4 (counts as dc, ch1), *in the ch1 sp of the Vst make 3 dc, ch1* repeat from *to* to the end of your row, in the top of the dc from the previous row make a dc. Pass your hook through the loop with the pin (remove the pin) and pass the MC through the CC, turn your work.
Row 9: Repeat Row 7.
Rows 10-72: Repeat Rows 6-9 if you want your blanket longer to fit Crib or Stroller continue repeating those 4 rows, until you reach your desired length, ending with a Row 8, then continue below for last Row of Vst. Remember if you make your blanket longer it will use more MC yarn than what is listed.
Row 73: ch2, find the dc from Row 3 in between the first dc and group of 3 dc from previous row, you will make 2dc *in between the next 2 groups of 3dc you will make 2dc in between the 2 Vst from previous Vst row* repeat from *to* across, end your row by making a dc in the last dc of the Previous Vst row. Do Not Fasten off, you will now work on the Border.


Border:

Row 1: ch1, pick up sc along the side of your blanket, first make 3 sc in the corner st, then pick up about 1 sc per row when working in the row ends, 3sc in the corner, sc in each st along the bottom, 3sc in the corner, pick up about 1 sc per row for the other side (make sure that you pick up the same amount of st as you did on the opposite side) 3sc in corner, sc in each st across the top, sl st with the first sc you made.
Row 2 (Shell Border) ch1, sc in next 3 st, ch3, turn your work, sl st in the first sc you made, turn your work again, ch1, in the ch3 sp make 7dc, * find the next sc from Row 1, sc in next 3 st, ch3, turn your work, you are going to sl st around the post of the first sc you made, going through the ch 3 sp of the 7dc (SEE PIC BELOW), ch1, turn your work around, make 7dc in the ch3 sp* repeat from *to* along your border, sl st with the first sc you made. 



Fasten off, Hide all loose tails and you are done!

Written Pattern Translated from Youtube by Michaela Greaves 










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