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Anna’s Tales CAL-Part 4

Welcome to Part 4 of my Anna’s Tales CAL!

Finally, we got to the last part of our Anna’s Tales crochet-a-long. Time’s flying isn’t it? Especially when you’re having fun while crocheting.

If you want to refresh your memory before start, you can find all of the information about the CAL HERE.

Part 1 can be found HERE.

Part 2 can be found HERE.

Part 3 can be found HERE.

If you prefer, the pattern is available as a downloadable PDF file. You can get it for a small fee on Ravelry HERE.

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This pattern and photographs are the property of K.A.M.E. Crochet by Krisztina Anna Matejcsok-Edomer and are 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:                           Intermediate/Advanced

Finished Size:                   87.5cm x 87.5 cm / 34.5″ x 34.5″ AFTER BLOCKING

Stitches Used and Abbreviations:

You can find a detailed description of all of the special stitches used in a PDF file HERE:

Gauge: 5 half double crochet stitches and 3 rows = 1″ / 2.5cm

Additional notes:

  • If a row/round starts with a Chain 1 or 2, this is not counted as a stitch, unless stated otherwise.
  • Slip stitches do not count as stitches.
  • CH 3 always counts as double crochet.
  • US terms used throughout
  • At the end of every round, there’s going to be a note with the stitch count, so you can keep track of your work easily and avoid any mistakes. It’s written in a different color; the first line in bold is always the total stitch count for the round (starting with round 18, this excludes corner stitches). Below that, I included a stitch count per side (excluding corner stitches) and per corner too, in case you prefer it that way.
  • 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
  • When you make a normal puff stitch, it creates 2 loops on its top. I will refer to these loops as first loop and second loop. The first loop is always the one on the right and the second one is on the left.
  • Notes are written in a different color in (brackets) to help you through the pattern.
  • You can start each round as I did in the pattern or you can use a standing stitch or chains, it’s totally up to you!

Instructions

Round 49: (note: I joined my whirlette in this round to any CH 2 corner SP)

{CH 2+2DCCL=3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL} in CH 2 corner SP (corner), [1 ExtFPDC around next 2 STS, SK 3 STS, Cluster V ST in next ST, SK 3 STS, [V ST in next ST, SK 3 STS, Cluster V ST in next ST, SK 3 STS] 18 times, 1 ExtFPDC around next 2 STS, {3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL in CH 2 corner SP (corner)] 4 times, omitting last corner, join with a SLST to first 3DCCL

Total: 16 ExtFPDC, 76 Cluster V ST, 72 V ST

Per side: 4 ExtFPDC, 19 Cluster V ST, 18 V ST

Corner: 3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL


The first few stitches of Round 49:


Round 50: SLST to CH 3 SP, {CH 2+2DCCL=3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in CH 2 corner SP (corner), [1 ExtFPDC around next 3 STS (3DCCL, 2 ExtFPDC), V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST, [Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST, V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST] 18 times, 1 ExtFPDC around next 3 STS (2 ExtFPDC, 3DCCL), {3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3 DCCL} in CH 3 corner SP (corner)] 4 times, omitting last corner, join with a SLST to first 3DCCL

Total: 24 ExtFPDC, 72 Cluster V ST, 76 V ST

Per side: 6 ExtFPDC, 18 Cluster V ST, 19 V ST

Corner: 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL


After finishing Round 50:

Corner:


Round 51: SLST to center 3DCCL, {CH 2+2DCCL=3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in center 3DCCL (corner), [1 ExtFPDC around next 4 STS (3DCCL, 3 ExtFPDC), Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST, [V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST, Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST] 18 times, 1 ExtFPDC around next 4 STS (3 ExtFPDC, 3DCCL), {3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3 DCCL} in center 3DCCL (corner)] 4 times, omitting last corner, join with a SLST to first 3DCCL

Total: 32 ExtFPDC, 76 Cluster V ST, 72 V ST

Per side: 8 ExtFPDC, 19 Cluster V ST, 18 V ST

Corner: 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL

Round 52: SLST to center 3DCCL, {CH 2+2DCCL=3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in center 3DCCL (corner), [1 ExtFPDC around next 5 STS (3DCCL, 4 ExtFPDC), V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST, [Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST, V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST] 18 times, 1 ExtFPDC around next 5 STS (4 ExtFPDC, 3DCCL), {3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3 DCCL} in center 3DCCL (corner)] 4 times, omitting last corner, join with a SLST to first 3DCCL

Total: 40 ExtFPDC, 72 Cluster V ST, 76 V ST

Per side: 10 ExtFPDC, 18 Cluster V ST, 19 V ST

Corner: 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL

Round 53: SLST to center 3DCCL, {CH 2+2DCCL=3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in center 3DCCL (corner), [1 ExtFPDC around next 6 STS (3DCCL, 5 ExtFPDC), Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST, [V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST, Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST] 18 times, 1 ExtFPDC around next 6 STS (5 ExtFPDC, 3DCCL), {3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3 DCCL} in center 3DCCL (corner)] 4 times, omitting last corner, join with a SLST to first 3DCCL

Total: 48 ExtFPDC, 76 Cluster V ST, 72 V ST

Per side: 12 ExtFPDC, 19 Cluster V ST, 18 V ST

Corner: 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL

Round 54: SLST to center 3DCCL, {CH 2+2DCCL=3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in center 3DCCL (corner), [1 FPTR around next 7 STS (3DCCL, 6 ExtFPDC), V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST, [Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST, V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST] 18 times, 1 FPTR around next 7 STS (6 ExtFPDC, 3DCCL), {3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 3, 3 DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in in center 3DCCL (corner)] 4 times, omitting last corner, join with a SLST to first 3DCCL

Total: 56 FPTR, 72 Cluster V ST, 76 V ST

Per side: 14 FPTR, 18 Cluster V ST, 19 V ST

Corner: 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL


After finishing Round 54:

Corner:

Round 55: SLST to CH 3 SP, {CH 2+2DCCL=3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in CH 3 corner SP (corner), [1 ExtFPDC around next 9 STS (2 x 3DCCL skipping CH 2 spaces between them, 7 FPTR), Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST, [V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST, Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST] 18 times, 1 ExtFPDC around next 9 STS (7 FPTR, 2 x 3DCCL skipping CH 2 spaces between them), {3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in CH 3 corner SP (corner)] 4 times, omitting last corner, join with a SLST to first 3DCCL

Total: 72 ExtFPDC, 76 Cluster V ST, 72 V ST

Per side: 18 ExtFPDC, 19 Cluster V ST, 18 V ST

Corner: 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL

Round 56: SLST to CH 3 SP, {CH 2+2DCCL=3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in CH 3 corner SP (corner), [1 ExtFPDC around next 11 STS (2 x 3DCCL skipping CH 2 spaces between them, 9 ExtFPDC), V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST, [Cluster V ST in CH 2 SP of next V ST, V ST in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST] 18 times, 1 ExtFPDC around next 11 STS (9 ExtFPDC, 2 x 3DCCL skipping CH 2 spaces between them), {3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL} in CH 3 corner SP (corner)] 4 times, omitting last corner, join with a SLST to first 3DCCL

Total: 88 ExtFPDC, 72 Cluster V ST, 76 V ST

Per side: 22 ExtFPDC, 18 Cluster V ST, 19 V ST

Corner: 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL, CH 3, 3DCCL, CH 2, 3DCCL

The Border:

Round 57: SLST to CH 3 SP, {CH 3 (counts as DC), 3 DC, 1 TR, Picot ST, 1 TR, 4 DC} in CH 3 corner SP (corner), [1 SC in next CH 2 SP between Clusters, SK 2 STS (3DCCL, 1 ExtFPDC), {3 DC, Picot ST, 3 DC} in next ST, SK 2 STS, 1 SC in next ST, SK 2 STS, {3 DC, Picot ST, 3 DC} in next ST, SK 2 STS, 1 SC in next ST, SK next ST (1stDC of next V ST), {3 DC, Picot ST, 3 DC} in CH 2 SP of V ST, [1 SC in CH 2 SP of next Cluster V ST, {3 DC, Picot ST, 3 DC} in CH 2 SP of next V ST] 18 times, SK 1 ST, 1 SC in next ST, SK 2 STS, {3 DC, Picot ST, 3 DC} in next ST, SK 2 STS, 1 SC in next ST, SK 2 STS, {3 DC, Picot ST, 3 DC} in next ST, SK 2 STS (1 ExtFPDC, 3DCCL), 1 SC in nextCH 2 SP between Clusters, {4 DC, 1 TR, 1 Picot ST, 1TR, 4 DC} in CH 3 corner SP (corner)] 4 times, omitting last corner, join with a SLST to top of CH 3

Total: 92 Picot Shells, 96 SC

Per side: 23 Picot Shells, 24 SC

Corner: 4 DC, 1 TR, Picot ST, 1 TR, 4 DC


After finishing Round 57:

Corner:


Fasten off, weave in all ends, then block the finished item.

Thank you SO MUCH for joining this CAL, I hope you loved making the blanket and enjoyed our little creative journey!

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7 thoughts on “Anna’s Tales CAL-Part 4

  1. Thank you so much for the Anna’s Tales CAL! I’m only midway through section 3, but am really loving your pattern – thank you so much 🤗🤗

  2. Such a beautiful blanket that any Prince or Princess would LOVE to snuggle in. Thank you so much for sharing your art with us! I am wrapping up a King size bedspread now and I think this will be my next project. Thanks again and stay safe!

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words! I am so happy to hear that you like my blanket, when you make it, please don’t forget to share it! 😘❤️

  3. I’m getting ready to start on part 4 and there have been a few commits about corrections or changes to the pattern. I printed it out when it was free from your website and haven’t checked in a while. I looked today but not sure where to check for corrections. Its a lovely pattern. You are an amazing woman and creator of things. Its lovely. I’m using finger weight yarn so its taking longer and a lot more yarn witch is fine. since i have soooo much. If you have the changes I would love them. Thank you again for a lovely pattern.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words! ❤️
      I’ve updated the files on Ravelry and I have sent an email every time to let everyone know what are the changes. Also, I fixed the pattern on the blog too so everything should be fine. I can’t tell you what were the corrections as it’s been a few months ago and I can’t remember but they weren’t huge errors, just some typos and stitch count changes. ☺️

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