The happiest baby on the block pdf free download
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VoIP provideer and a VoIP software. Sharing Crochet and Knit Goodies Worldwide! I do love to crochet blankets! I went with blues and taupe for a beachy feel, something I have been craving during this cold. But you can use as many or few colors as you like to create your own custom palette. 2 and has a 4 row repeat. The numbers below are estimates, and may vary.
2 dc in last st, turn. 3, finishing last st with next color, turn. 2, sc in 3rd ch of ch-4, turn. 5, changing colors at the end of every odd numbered row. Row 118 and 119: Repeat Row 2 and 3. Tip: Working across Row 120, sc in each st and ch-1 sp, 2 sc in each ch-2 sp. And that’s the much requested Oh My Blanket!
Written pattern copyright Tamara Kelly 2017, all rights reserved. Please do not reprint or repost this pattern, but please do link to this page to share this pattern with others. To print or download, use the Print Friendly button below. I have tried to print this pattern but the print friendly button doesn’t work.
Sounds like the button was glitching a bit this weekend, sorry about that! It also requires you to allow popups, and some computer’s settings don’t allow that. You can also add the Clean Print option to your Chrome browser, or copy and paste to a word document. My row one isn’t working out properly. Is it supposed to be skip 3 on both sides of the big shell?
It is skip 3 on both sides. Mine was doing that when I didn’t skip 3 chains after the big shell and then SC! My apologies for the typo, it’s fixed now! Danielle , I did mine 2 times before I looked at your comment ! I was having the same problem!
Is the 550 yards a total for each color or is that the anmont f each ball. I think it would be a total but want to make sure before I buy my yarn. The yardage per ball is in the parentheses. I really, REALLY appreciate your detailed information about quantities of yarn needed for each size.
Too often pattern contributors only give yarn weights which is of little use if someone plans to use a different brand of yarn etc. I’m so glad it’s helpful Patty, thank you! The queen size uses 7410 yds total, so proportionately that would work out to about 2130 yds of Color A, and 1760 yds each of colors B through D. How many balls or skeins that is depends on your yarn choice. In the recommended yarn, that would be 9 balls of Color A, and 8 balls of each of the other 3 colors.
Thank you for the free pattern. I am looking forward to making it this year. Thank you Sandra, I’m so glad you like it! Just to be sure—on the very first row after the first big shell, is it ch 3 or skip 3, then sc? Thank you for the great pattern! It does poof a little bit, but straightens out with the next couple of rows.