Square Blanket

30 October 2020, 08:46 226

Square Blanket

Instructions:

Alternate colours every rnd.

Make a slip knot. Ch 6. Join in a ring with a sl st.

Rnd 1: Ch 3 (first dc), 2 dc in sp (1 “square” made), *ch 3, 3 dc in same sp*, rep from * to * three times total (4 squares made); ch 3, insert hook into first ch 3 made at beg of rnd and YO with next colour, pull through. (Cut first colour.) Turn. (WS should now be facing you.)

Rnd 2: Ch 3 (first dc), 2 dc in sp, ch 3, 3 dc in same sp, *ch 1, 3 dc in sp, ch 3, 3 dc in same sp*, rep from * to * three times total (8 squares made), ch 1, sl st into first ch 3 (change colours as before). Turn.

Rnd 3: Ch 3 (first dc), 2 dcs in sp, *ch 1, 3 dcs in sp, ch 3, 3 dcs in same sp, ch 1, 3 dcs in next sp*, rep from * to * three times, end 3 dcs in sp, ch 3, 3 dcs in same sp, ch 1, sl st into first ch 3. Turn.

Rnd 4: You will make a 3 dc square + 1 ch in every sp across and two squares + 3 chs in every corner as foll: Ch 3, 2 dcs in sp, ch 1, *3 dcs in next sp, ch 3, 3 dcs in same sp, ch 1, (3 dcs in next sp, ch 1) rep to corner, rep from * to * around finishing with a sl st into the first ch 3. Turn.

Rnd 5: Ch 3, 2 dcs in sp, ch 1, *(3 dcs in next sp, ch 1) rep to corner, 3 dcs in next sp, ch 3, 3 dcs in same sp, ch 1*, rep from * to * around finishing with a sl st in first ch 3. Turn.

Rep Rnd 5 until blanket is desired size or until you run out of yarn. End with a sl st into first ch 3 of last rnd worked, cut yarn and pull end through. Weave in all ends.

 

Notes:

-Make sure you are working two squares in every corner.

-Don’t forget to turn your blanket at the end of every rnd – you should have a sp available to being your next rnd.

-When changing colours, work the first two dcs of the first square over top of the strands for fewer strands to weave in at the end.


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