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« on: September 15, 2013 03:52:29 PM »

Someone posted this in a Facebook group but cannot remember where she got the pattern from. Sad I reversed google image but nothing doing. Has anyone ever seen one like this?


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« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2013 08:40:25 PM »

That is called the popcorn stitch (first pic). Granny used to do this one. You might try the Workbasket book for a pattern. It is similar to a granny square, but you popcorn a row in between stitches. Best I can help you with. I have not crocheted in quite some time.

Edit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tg58yUidv5M

She demonstrates it here, but how to chain and DC between??? Just have to work that one out. Sorry. No pattern. I guess you could popcorn to your hearts content  Grin

Hope that helps.

Double Edit: Check out the Bobble Stitch...similar, but different.

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« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2013 01:08:00 AM »

Yep. Popcorn stitch, followed by a row of brides/shells - without a joining SC - and then a row of double or triple crochet into every stitch, followed by a row of brides/shells

Row 1 = shell, shell, shell (3 stitches per shell/bride). No joining SC
Row 2 = 1 dc into every stitch
Row 3 = shell into every third space. IE shell... miss three... shell. No joining SC.
Row 4 = DC into the first stitch of the shell/bride. Popcorn stitch into the middle stitch of the shell/bride. DC into the place third stitch of the shell/bride.
Row 5 = same as row 1.

Hope that works for you. I figured it out by looking at the image, so hopefully it is right.
By not having the joining SC you end up with a less 'holey' blanket. If you crochet quite tightly, you may need that extra SC to loosen the blanket. It's all aesthetics and what you prefer in your finished product.
What colors are you thinking of using? I think it will look gorgeous!

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