Crochet A Block 2016 – Completed Joining And Border Rnd 1

 CROCHET A BLOCK 2016 COMPLETED JOINING AND BORDER ONE|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP
 CROCHET A BLOCK 2016 BLANKET WITHOUT BORDER A|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP

I have completed joining my squares in the layout which can be found here.

For the first border I am doing a simple DC round.
This is how my round worked out:
Please do note this will differ depending if you have made all the blocks and
joined them with my layout.
In each corner I made [2 DC, CH 2, 2 DC]
For the top and bottom – I worked up 34 DC for each square:
34 x 5 = 170 plus the 4 DC (2 x 2) from the corners = 174 DC
For the two sides – ! worked up 34 DC for 5 squares and 33 for 1 square:
34 x 5 = 170 plus 33 x 1 = 203 plus the 4 DC (2 x 2) from the corners = 207 DC
BORDER RND 1: 762 DC
The reason behind my math is I want each side to be equal to the opposite side and
multiplied by 3  (207 / 3 = 69 and 174 / 3 = 58)
CROCHET A BLOCK 2016 BLANKET WITHOUT BORDER B|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP

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4 Comments

  1. Will you be adding additional rows to the border?

  2. Author

    Thank you so much! I would love to see yours 🙂

  3. Really pretty! Hope you saw mine. I also made a duffle bag out of the “leftover” blocks. I had such a good time keeping up with the CAB, thanks for making it possible.

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