Thursday, February 4, 2016

Crochet Blanket 12 - Inkwell

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 I found this yarn at Jo-Ann's and bought all 4 available skeins. After that I couldn't find any more, and it's very difficult to find it online too! But thankfully I got enough to make a blanket:)

Total time = 6 hours 5 minutes
Measurements - 65” x 41”


· 11 mm crochet hook or P hook
· bernat® blanket™ yarn Inkwell x 4

 

Pattern:

Slip knot and chain 72 (multiple of 6). 


4th chain from hook place 2 double crochet stitch.  

Skip a chain, 2 double crochet stitches and continue along foundation chain

Once you reach the end, 1 double crochet stitches in the last chain
Ch 3 and turn.  


1dc in first chain, skip 1 ch, 2 dc and repeat (the 2 dc should be in between the “v” stitches from the first row).

 In the top chain on the end, place 1 dc. ch 3 and turn  

When you run out of the first ball of yarn, tie the end of the 2nd ball together and continue crocheting… trim any ends that are sticking out.

Continue crocheting until 2nd ball is used up… be sure to finish on the end.
tie off end and weave in ends.

2 comments:

  1. Joann Fabrics has it if you haven't already looked at that site. And it's on sale! I bought nine of 10.5 oz. balls. Now I'm looking for a pattern that'll show it off.

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    1. Yes it's a Joann fabrics exclusive ^_^ I've purchased it several times. This last time I ordered it and they canceled my order because they were out of stock! But I luck out now and then and buy several skeins.

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