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Topic: Baby Blanket I made, but love it! (NOW WITH TUTORIAL RED ONE ONLY)  (Read 13328 times)
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« Reply #10 on: October 23, 2006 06:47:18 AM »

These are the instructions I used. 

I DIDN'T FOLLOW ANY PATTERN WHEN I MADE MINES. I MADE THIS BY LOOKING AT A FINISHED BLANKET LONG AGO. I HOPE I WROTE THIS OUT TO EVERYONES UNDERSTANDING. I WROTE THE DIRECTIONS ON WORKING WITH 4'S. THIS IS HOW I DID THE PATTERN.

Foundation ch; multiple of 4+2
(A multiple is the number of chains required for each repeated stitch. Add a specified number of ch to make  pattern. Pattern is calling for 4+2, so it would go 4, 8, 12, 16 etc.
Then add 2 chains at ending. The number of chains given after the + sign in a multiple is added only one time).

My pattern is ch 146
This is a toddler size. You can make what ever size you like. Follow instructions above.
R1
(right size); sc in 2nd ch from hook and in ea ch. Ch 1, turn.

R2
Sc in first sc;* 3dc in next sc; sk 2sc, sc in next sc; rep from* across. Ch2 (count as 1st dc on following rows), turn.

R3
2 dc in first sc; sk  2 dc, sc in next dc;*3dc in next sc; sk  2dc, sc in next dc; rep from * to last sc; dc in last sc.ch1, turn

R4
Sc in first dc, 3dc in next sc, sk  2 dc, *sc in next dc, 3dc in next sc, sk 2dc; rep from * to turning ch-2; sc in 2nd ch of turning ch-2. ch 2 turn.

Last row (sc in ea sc and dc)

Edge
Corner 3dc, ch 1 3dc in same ch, sk 1 dc, sk 1, 3dc, ch1 3dc in same ch,  repeat acrocc pattern
Next row
Sc 3x in corner, sc in each ch, 3 sc in each ch1 sp.
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jessikill
« Reply #11 on: August 23, 2011 01:23:49 PM »

These are the instructions I used. 

I DIDN'T FOLLOW ANY PATTERN WHEN I MADE MINES. I MADE THIS BY LOOKING AT A FINISHED BLANKET LONG AGO. I HOPE I WROTE THIS OUT TO EVERYONES UNDERSTANDING. I WROTE THE DIRECTIONS ON WORKING WITH 4'S. THIS IS HOW I DID THE PATTERN.

Foundation ch; multiple of 4+2
(A multiple is the number of chains required for each repeated stitch. Add a specified number of ch to make  pattern. Pattern is calling for 4+2, so it would go 4, 8, 12, 16 etc.
Then add 2 chains at ending. The number of chains given after the + sign in a multiple is added only one time).

My pattern is ch 146
This is a toddler size. You can make what ever size you like. Follow instructions above.
R1
(right size); sc in 2nd ch from hook and in ea ch. Ch 1, turn.

R2
Sc in first sc;* 3dc in next sc; sk 2sc, sc in next sc; rep from* across. Ch2 (count as 1st dc on following rows), turn.

R3
2 dc in first sc; sk  2 dc, sc in next dc;*3dc in next sc; sk  2dc, sc in next dc; rep from * to last sc; dc in last sc.ch1, turn

R4
Sc in first dc, 3dc in next sc, sk  2 dc, *sc in next dc, 3dc in next sc, sk 2dc; rep from * to turning ch-2; sc in 2nd ch of turning ch-2. ch 2 turn.

Last row (sc in ea sc and dc)

Edge
Corner 3dc, ch 1 3dc in same ch, sk 1 dc, sk 1, 3dc, ch1 3dc in same ch,  repeat acrocc pattern
Next row
Sc 3x in corner, sc in each ch, 3 sc in each ch1 sp.


What size hook did you use for the second blanket?
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lynnora
« Reply #12 on: September 18, 2011 12:38:49 PM »

I'm awfully sorry to bump this very old thread, but I'm trying to make this blanket and I realise there is no repeat mentioned. Like, do you just repeat row 4 until it's the right size? Or do you repeat row 2, 3 and 4? Does anyone have a clue?

I'm at row 2 now only and anxious to continue and find out the pattern isn't right.

Thanks!
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