WEBS Mystery Crochet-A-Long Blanket by Sara Delaney
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WEBS Mystery Crochet-A-Long Blanket

Crochet
February 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 17 rows = 4 inches
in single crochet (US)
5.0 mm (H)
4400 - 4500 yards (4023 - 4115 m)
42" X 58" or 50" X 50" blanket
US
This pattern is available for free.

WEBS Mystery Crochet-a-long Blanket

Four gorgeous squares can be crocheted in 9 colors each to form a unique patchwork blanket. You’ll learn new stitches and techniques, different joins, a simple border treatment to tie it all together, and even learn how to care for a large heirloom project like this. We’ll have photo and video tutorials for the more complicated techniques as well as tips and tricks for making your blanket shine! When finished, the squares can be assembled into a blanket in the following sizes:
42” x 89”( 4 squares x 9 squares)
60” x 60”(6 squares x 6 squares)
52” x 70”(5 squares x 7 squares)

Check the WEBS Blog for tips, tricks and video tutorials and join the discussion in our Ravelry Group All Things WEBS to see the progress of your fellow crocheters.

Materials Required:
9 colors of Valley Yarns Northampton, 2 skeins each
Size H/8 hook (Or size to get your gauge) - Gauge about 16 sts and 17 rows = 4” in sc

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Beginner crocheter?
No worries! We’ve put together video tutorials for the trickier stitches and techniques, and have a library of basic technique videos on our Youtube channel. You can ask questions in our Ravelry Group or on our Facebook Page.

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