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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Spring Meadows Crocheted Baby Blanket


Spring Meadows Baby Blanket

Please Note: When I did this pattern it was a free pattern from Elmore Pisgah, Inc. They are not owned by the same people any more. The Double Worsted weight yarn is no longer made. So use two strands worsted weight yarn ( US 4 ply like Red Heat big skeins and try 6 skeins of one color and 2 skeins of white. I am guessing here, I no longer have the wrappers that the yarn comes with. Use a J hook.)

Designed by N Banks

Materials:
2 1/2 cones #184 Spring Meadows;
1/2 cone # 1 White, Double Worsted
Weight
J Hook
Gauge: Chain 84

To see how to do this stitch, click here
http://ninasatmyhouse.blogspot.com/2010/01/crochet-stitches-crossed-over-v-stitch.html

DIRECTIONS:
Row 1: Starting in 2nd ch from hook, work 1 Sc in each ch across, ch 3, turn.

Row 2: Skip 2 sc, * 1 dc in each of next 3 sc, pass hook in front of last 3 dc, yo, and insert in skipped sc before dc group, draw up a loop and complete the single crochet, skip 1 sc, repeat from * across, end 1 dc in last sc, ch 1, turn.

Rows3: 1 Sc in each St across, end 1 sc in top of ch 3. Ch 3, turn.

Repeat row's 2 and 3 36 times, (72 rows), fasten off Spring Meadows, attach white to any corner, sc around blanket evenly, placing 3 sc in each corner, join with slip stitch.

Row 2 slip stitch to next sc, * ch 3, 2 dc in same place, skip 2 sc, sc in next sc, repeat from * around, join with slip stitch, fasten off.

Every effort has been made to assure that the information in this pattern is accurate. We cannot be responsible for typographical error, human error, or individual variations in workmanship. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written consent from Elmore Pisgah.

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3 comments:

Khris said...

wow thats really pretty...love it..hugs Khris

Anonymous said...

this is my next baby blanket! Love that it is done in patterned rows. The repeating pattern helps me stay on track and I don't like using motifs for baby items since they may not hold up to wash and wear. Thank you!

jbsews said...

While checking stash of pattern for a difference baby afghan to do, i came across yours. I got stuck on the stitch. So glad you did the picture tutorial! Thanks!