ORANGE MEDLEY CROCHET THROW SQUARES

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Orange Medley Crochet Throw Squares
– Free Crochet Pattern –

This Orange Medley Crochet Throw Squares section is part of a blanket that takes the classic solid square and traditional granny square together to create a flowing medley of colors. Go ombre, go bold or go wild to create your medley!

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Orange Medley Crochet Throw Squares – Free Crochet Pattern

Supplies/Materials:

  • Yarn – Vinnis Colours Nikkim (cotton yarn) – 18 x 50 g balls – approx 2100/2340 yards (2000/2142 meters) (colors & balls needed listed in Pattern Notes); Weight – DK (11 wpi) 3 : Light.
  • Hook – 3, 50 mm (E)– I used Clover
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Abbreviations: US Terminology
CH – chain
SL ST – slip stitch
SC – single crochet (UK – DC)
HDC – half double crochet (UK – HTR)
DC – double crochet (UK – TR)
TR – treble crochet (UK – DTR)
BLP – back loop

Gauge:
10 DC x 10 ROWS = 5 cm x 5 cm (2 inch x 2 inch)
However if you use a different yarn and/or hook sizing will differ.

Finished Size:
Squares: Approx 11 cm x 11 cm (4,2 inch)
Throw: Approx 98/100 cm x 98/100 cm (38½/39 inch)

Pattern Notes:
Colors:

  • A – Brick Red (3 x 50 g)
  • B – Burnt Orange (3 x 50 g)
  • C – Orange (5 x 50 g)
  • D – Sunshine (2 x 50 g)
  • E – Baby Yellow (2 x 50 g)
  • F – Natural (3 x 50 g)

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Instructions:

Square Amounts:
These are the amounts you need to make for each solid colour and granny colours.

Solid:

  • Brick Red = 12
  • Burnt Orange = 11
  • Orange = 5

Split Granny:

  • Orange = 8

Granny:

  • Sunshine = 9
  • Baby Yellow = 9
  • Natural = 10

Solid Square:

With A/B/C – make a magic ring/or CH 6; SL ST to form a ring.

Note: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC) in every round.

RND 1: CH 3; work 2 DC into ring; [CH 2; work 3 DC into ring] x 3 times; CH 2; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
SL ST into next 2 DC – TIP: for a neater look; SL ST into BACK-LOOPS.

RND 2: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [1 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space; work 1 DC into 3 DC.
*Work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into next corner space; work 1 DC into next 3 DC. **
Repeat from * to ** 2 more times;
SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next DC. (7 DC on each side).

RND 3: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [1 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space; work 1 DC into 7 DC.
*Work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into next corner space; work 1 DC into next 7 DC. **
Repeat from * to ** 2 more times;
SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next DC. (11 DC on each side).

RND 4: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [1 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space; work 1 DC into 11 DC.
*Work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into next corner space; work 1 DC into next 11 DC. **
Repeat from * to ** 2 more times;
SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next DC. (15 DC on each side).

RND 5: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [1 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space; work 1 DC into 15 DC.
*Work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into next corner space; work 1 DC into next 15 DC. **
Repeat from * to ** 2 more times;
SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next DC. (19 DC on each side).
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Split Granny Square:

With C – make a magic ring/or CH 6; SL ST to form a ring.
Note:  CH 3 (counts as 1 DC) in every round.
Corner spaces are NOT counted in final round stitch count.
For convenienceI have bolded the text for the solid rounds to help with keeping track.

RND 1: CH 3; work 2 DC into ring; [CH 2; work 3 DC into ring] x 3 times; CH 2; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH;
SL ST into next 2 DC.

RND 2: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space; work 1 DC into next 3 DC; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into next corner space; work 1 DC into next 3 DC; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space; CH 1;
work [3 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space; CH 1; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next 2 DC.
(7 DC on solid side; 2 x 3 DC group & 1 x 1 CH spaces on granny side).

RND 3: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space; work 1 DC into next 7 DC; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into next corner space; work 1 DC into next 7 DC; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space; CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1; work [3 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space; CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1;  SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next 2 DC.
(11 DC on solid side; 3 x 3 DC group & 2 x 1 CH spaces on granny side).

RND 4: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space; work 1 DC into next 11 DC; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into next corner space; work 1 DC into next 11 DC; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space; CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1; work [3 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space; (CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space) twice;  CH 1;  SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next 2 DC.
(15 DC on solid side; 4 x 3 DC group & 3 x 1 CH spaces on granny side).

RND 5: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into corner space; work 1 DC into next 15 DC; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 2 DC] into next corner space; work 1 DC into next 15 DC; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space; CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1; work [3 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space; (CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space) 3 times;  CH 1;  SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next 2 DC.
(19 DC on solid side; 5 x 3 DC group & 4 x 1 CH spaces on granny side).
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Granny Square:

With D/E/F – make a magic ring/or CH 6; SL ST to form a ring.

Note:  CH 3 (counts as 1 DC) in every round.

RND 1: CH 3; work 2 DC into ring; [CH 2; work 3 DC into ring] x 3 times; CH 2; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH;
SL ST into next 2 DC.

RND 2: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into corner space; (CH 1; work [3 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space) 3 times; CH 1; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH;
SL ST into next 2 DC.
(2 x 3 DC group & 1 x 1 CH spaces).

RND 3: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into corner space; (CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1; work [3 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space) 3 times; CH 1; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next 2 DC.
(3 x 3 DC group & 2 x 1 CH spaces).

RND 4: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into corner space; (CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1; work [3 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space) 3 times; CH 1; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next 2 DC.
(4 x 3 DC group & 3 x 1 CH spaces).

RND 5: SL ST into corner space;
CH 3; work [2 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into corner space; (CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1; work 3 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 1; work [3 DC; 2 CH; 3 DC] into next corner space) 3 times; CH 1; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH; SL ST into next 2 DC.
(5 x 3 DC group & 4 x 1 CH spaces).
Fasten off and weave in ends.

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