Boston Terrier Blankie by Jenna Wingate

Boston Terrier Blankie

by Jenna Wingate
April 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches = 4 inches
3.75 mm (F)
5.5 mm (I)
480 - 500 yards (439 - 457 m)
20 inches tall
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This is a crochet pattern and not a finished item.

UPDATED! An update of this pattern was released in Sept 2017 to include more photos and replace the foot pattern with an easier 1-piece foot.

The 14th Dog Breed Blankie is the very striking and popular Boston Terrier! This guy is fantastically fun to make! From his pointy ears down to his white little toes he is 100% adorable!

Crochet Terms: American
Language: English
Finished Size: 20” tall
Skill Level: Intermediate
In-Line Color Changes: Yes
Shaping: Minimal
Sewing: Average
no. of Pages: 10
no. of Images: 11
Other: Color Ideas Included

This pattern uses commonly found Medium Weight Yarn and Stuffing. You will need 2-3 sizes of crochet hooks for the parts, clearly marked. All parts are crocheted, so it is safe for all ages. It is designed so there are minimal ends to sew in.

Pattern is written and arranged for ease of following and natural eye-movement. I recommend that you read all pattern notes and follow the pattern in order so you won’t run into any problems. Crochet help is available through Email.

Yardage, Full materials list, and Stitches Used are available on the blog at:

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