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Tropical Sunset Baby Blanket Mini CAL-Part 2

Hello all, I hope you had fun with the first part of my mini CAL.

Here comes the second part which gets you to have 2/3 part of the blanket finished already. 🙂

This pattern and photographs are the property of K.A.M.E. Crochet by Krisztina Anna Matejcsok-Edomer and should be used for personal and non-commercial use. You may not alter or sell this pattern in any way. You may sell finished products, but please credit K.A.M.E. Crochet if you can. Thank you!

Difficulty:

Easy

Finished Size:  

28” x 40” (71 cm x 102 cm)

Materials needed:

  • 4 mm (G) Hook
  • Approximately 1106 yards/1027.5 metres (405 grams) of DK weight yarn; I used Aldi So Crafty DK in different colors, in the following quantities:
  • Color 1: 66 grams (165 meters/180 yards)
  • Color 2: 86 grams (215 meters/235 yards)
  • Color 3: 81 grams (202.5 meters/221 yards)
  • Color 4: 86 grams (215 meters/235 yards)
  • Color 5: 86 grams (215 meters/235 yards)
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends
  • Scissors

Stitches used and Abbreviations:

CH = chain

ST = stitch

SP = space

SK = skip

SLST = slip stitch

SC = single crochet

HDC = half double crochet

DC = double crochet

*-* =repeat pattern between these symbols

Additional terms/ Special Stitches:

Crossed double crochet:

Skip 1 stitch and put 1 double crochet into the next stitch, then put 1 double crochet into the skipped stitch. This way you will create nice little double crochet ”crosses”.

Picot Stitch:

CH 3 and then SLST back into the first chain of CH 3

Gauge:

4 HDC = 1”

Additional notes:

  • If a row/round starts with a Chain 1, that is not counted as a stitch
  • CH 3 is always counted as a DC
  • US terms used throughout
  • Slip stitch doesn’t count as a stitch
  • Notes are written in (brackets) to help you through the pattern
  • When working on the corners, always remember that there might be a hidden stitch hiding under the corner stitches which is the first stitch of the previous row

Instructions

Row 28: Join Color 4 to the last DC you made in the previous row (don’t forget to turn your work before that) and then, work as Row 2

Row 29: As Row 3

Row 30: As Row 2

Row 31: As Row 3

Row 32: As Row 2

Row 33: As Row 3

Row 34: As Row 2

Row 35: As Row 3

Row 36: As Row 2

Fasten off.

Row 37: Join Color 5 to the last DC you made in the previous row (don’t forget to turn your work before that) and then, work as Row 3

Row 38: As Row 2

Row 39: As Row 3

Row 40: As Row 2

Row 41: As Row 3

Row 42: As Row 2

Row 43: As Row 3

Row 44: As Row 2

Row 45: As Row 3

Row 46: As Row 2

Row 47: As Row 3

Row 48: As Row 2

Row 49: As Row 3

Row 50: As Row 2

Row 51: As Row 3

Row 52: As Row 2

Row 53: As Row 3

Row 54: As Row 2

Fasten off.

Row 55: Join Color 4 to the last DC you made in the previous row (don’t forget to turn your work before that) and then, work as Row 3

Row 56: As Row 2

Row 57: As Row 3

Row 58: As Row 2

Row 59: As Row 3

Row 60: As Row 2

Row 61: As Row 3

Row 62: As Row 2

Row 63: As Row 3

Fasten off.

End of Part 2.

Check back on 22/02/2020 for Part 3.

Thank you for choosing this pattern for your project! When you make it, I’d like to see it! Remember to tag me – @k.a.m.e_crochet or using hashtag #kamecrochet on Instagram

If you have any questions about the pattern, please contact me at kamecrochet@gmail.com or

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Happy Crocheting!

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