Mitered Square Pet Blanket by Marie Segares
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Mitered Square Pet Blanket

Crochet
September 2015
Aran (8 wpi) ?
Exact gauge is not critical for this project, but stitches should be snug to avoid holes in the fabric.
5.0 mm (H)
200 - 250 yards (183 - 229 m)
Adjustable. Pictured sample is 14” (35.5 cm) square.
US
This pattern is available for $2.50 USD
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A free version is also available.

This square blanket has a fun ribbed texture. The close stitches keep a pet cozy when inside of a crate. Although the instructions are for a small 14” (35.5 cm) square blanket, this pattern can be easily customized.

Remember that you should always fasten off pet projects with a long yarn tail, and then thoroughly weave in your yarn tails with a yarn needle. Yarn ends tied off in knots can easily become loose with wear and unravel – or worse. Animals may suffer if they chew and swallow unsecured bits of yarn.

This blanket is sized for donation to an animal shelter as part of the Snuggles Project.

This pattern is available for FREE on my blog here.

The free version is supported by advertising on my website. The downloadable PDF for sale on Ravelry includes the full pattern in one printable file without advertisements.

Skills Used
Basic crochet stitches: chain, single crochet, slip stitch
Crocheting in rows
Increasing
Changing colors
Crocheting in the back loop

Skill Level
Easy

Finished Size
Adjustable. Pictured sample is 14” (35.5 cm) square.

Materials
Lion Brand Heartland (5 oz/142 g/251 yds/230 m/100% acrylic) – 1 skein ea in 109 Olympic (CA) and 105 Glacier Bay (CB), or approximately 125 yds (114 m) in ea of 2 colors in any medium weight yarn. Larger blankets will require more yarn.

H-8 (5 mm) crochet hook or any size needed to obtain gauge.

Yarn needle.

Locking stitch marker or scrap yarn.

Gauge
Exact gauge is not critical for this project, but stitches should be snug to avoid holes in the fabric.

This pattern was originally published in June, 2015 on Oombawka Design Crochet.