Around the Corner Blanket by Susan Carlson
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Around the Corner Blanket

Crochet
July 2017
Aran (8 wpi) ?
Motif = 5.5” (14cm) square
5.0 mm (H)
2015 - 2025 yards (1843 - 1852 m)
Sample blanket with border = 42” X 56” (107cm X 142cm) after blocking
US
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Bursting with texture and color, this blanket is perfect as a stashbuster. With join-as-you-go modernized granny squares, a funky linen stitch corner and textured border, there’s lots of fun going on “around the corner”.

Thoroughly tested pattern includes:
~~Complete materials list including the 26 colors of yarn used
~~Stitch abbreviations (US terms), special stitches and notes sections
~~Written instructions for making the square motifs, joining them, and adding the “corner” and border
~~picture section detailing joining and special stitches
~~color placement chart

Materials:
~~26 colors (1 skein each of 25 colors, 10 skeins of main color)
~~H (5mm) hook
Approximately 2015 yds (1843m) were used to make the sample blanket in aran/worsted weight yarn, but any colors and yarn weight/hook size would be appropriate.

Skill Level:
Intermediate

Dimensions:
Sample blanket with border = 42” X 56” (107cm X 142cm) after blocking
(Note: The blanket dimensions can easily be altered by making additional square motifs.)

Stitches used:
sc, hdc, ch, sl st, dc, (FPdc, puff and FPhdc2tog detailed in pattern)

Gauge is not critical to this pattern.

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