SNUGGLED HEARTS BABY BLANKET PART FIVE

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Snuggled Hearts Baby Blanket Part Five – Free Crochet Along

This beautiful Snuggled Hearts Baby Blanket Part Five is part of a Crochet Along created
especially for the Made With Heart Facebook group.
Four centered squares featuring the Heart stitch with a gorgeous easy to repeat border rows.

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Pink/Blue

  • A – natural/sand
  • B – watermelon/denim
  • C – avo/blue suede
  • D – sepia/seafoam

INSTRUCTIONS:

PART FIVE:

Special Stitches:
Starting Cluster:
 CH 3; work 2DCtog into same space – 2 double crochet together
Cluster: work 3DCtog into same space – 3 double crochet together

BORDER – continued:

With D

Join into any 2 CH corner space

RND 3: Work [1 SC; 2 CH; 1 SC] into corner space; work 1 SC into top of next Cluster;
(CH 2; work 1 DC into the 3rd and 4th SKIPPED SC of RND 1; CH 2;
work 1 SC into next 2 CH space –between Clusters) x  15  times;
CH 2; work 1 DC into the 3rd and 4th SKIPPED SC of RND 1; CH 2;
work 1 SC into top of next Cluster.
* Work [1 SC; 2 CH; 1 SC] into next corner space; work 1 SC into top of next Cluster;
(CH 2; work 1 DC into the 3rd and 4th SKIPPED SC of RND 1; CH 2;
work 1 SC into next 2 CH space –between Clusters) x 15 times;
CH 2; work 1 DC into the 3rd and 4th SKIPPED SC of RND 1; CH 2;
work 1 SC into top of next Cluster.**
Repeat from *to** 2 more times. SL ST into first SC worked.
DO NOT FASTEN OFF

 NOTE: for next round work into back-loops and into each CHAIN and not into the space below.

RND 4: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 1 DC into next SC;
*work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC) into next corner space; work 1 DC into next 2 SC;
(work 1 DC into each of next 2 CH; work 1 DC into next 2 DC;
work 1 DC into each of next 2 CH; work 1 DC into next SC) x 15 times;
work 1 DC into each of next 2 CH; work 1 DC into next 2 DC;
work 1 DC into each of next 2 CH ; work 1 DC into next 2 SC.**
Repeat from *to** 3 more times; omitting the last DC into next 2 SC; SL ST into first SC worked.
(119 DC on each SIDE)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With A

Join into any 2 CH corner space

NOTE: for next round work into back-loops

RND 5: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work [1 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space;
work 1 DC into each DC across (119 DC).
*Work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into next corner space;
work 1 DC into each DC across (119 DC).**
Repeat from *to** 2 more times. SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
(121 DC on each SIDE)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

NOTE: IF YOU WANT TO MAKE THE BLANKET LARGER – YOU CAN REPEAT BORDER RNDS 1 – 5 – AND THEN CONTINUE WITH THE FINAL RNDS 8 – 9.

With C

Join into a corner 2 CH space

NOTE: for next round work into back-loops

RND 6: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work [1 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space;
work 1 DC into next 2 DC; work 1 TR into next 2 exposed front loops of RND 4;
SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 4 DC;
(work 1 TR into next 2 exposed front loops of RND 4; SKIP next 2 DC;
work 1 DC into next 5 DC) 15 times;
work 1 TR into next 2 exposed front loops of RND 4; SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 4 DC;
work 1 TR into next 2 exposed front loops of RND 4; SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 2 DC.
*Work [1 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space;
work 1 DC into next 2 DC; work 1 TR into next 2 exposed front loops of RND 4;
SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 4 DC;
(work 1 TR into next 2 exposed front loops of RND 4; SKIP next 2 DC;
work 1 DC into next 5 DC) 15 times;
work 1 TR into next 2 exposed front loops of RND 4; SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 4 DC;
work 1 TR into next 2 exposed front loops of RND 4; SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 2 DC.**
Repeat from *to** 2 more times. SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
(125 STS on each SIDE)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With B

Join into a corner 2 CH space

NOTE: for next round work into back-loops

RND 7: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work [1 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space;
work 1 DC into next 2 DC; work 1 FPDC round next 2 TR;
SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 4 DC;
(work 1 FPDC round next 2 TR; SKIP next 2 DC;
work 1 DC into next 5 DC) 15 times;
work 1 FPDC round next 2 TR; SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 4 DC;
work 1 FPDC round next 2 TR; SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 2 DC.
*Work [1 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space;
work 1 DC into next 2 DC; work 1 FPDC round next 2 TR;
SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 4 DC;
(work 1 FPDC round next 2 TR; SKIP next 2 DC;
work 1 DC into next 5 DC) 15 times;
work 1 FPDC round next 2 TR; SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 4 DC;
work 1 FPDC round next 2 TR; SKIP next 2 DC; work 1 DC into next 2 DC.**
Repeat from *to** 2 more times. SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
(129 STS on each SIDE)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Snuggled Hearts Baby Blanket Part Five| Creative Crochet Workshop @creativecrochetworkshop #crochetalong #grannysquare #afghansquare #crochetbabyblanket #ccwsnuggledheartsblanket #madewithheart

Snuggled Hearts Baby Blanket Part Five| Creative Crochet Workshop @creativecrochetworkshop #crochetalong #grannysquare #afghansquare #crochetbabyblanket #ccwsnuggledheartsblanket #madewithheart

For full details on this crochet along – CLICK HERE!

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