Diagonal Stone Blanket by Sylwia Kawczyńska

Diagonal Stone Blanket

Crochet
April 2019
Aran (8 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
1886 yards (1725 m)
87cm wide x 155cm long.
US
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A free version is also available.

You can find the free version of this pattern on my blog HERE. This downloadable PDF contains the full pattern in one ad-free, printable file.

Diagonal Stone Blanket is worked diagonally from one corner of the blanket to the opposite corner to create an interesting stripe pattern. It’s amazingly versatile and relatively easy to make.
This blanket will go great with any color scheme, and will add a bit of charm and modern look to your bed or couch.
This pattern is written for a throw/afghan size, but is easily adaptable to other sizes. Feel free to follow what I’ve done or to make yours as small or as large as you’d like.
Although crocheting this diagonal crochet blanket was time-consuming, the finished result is superb.

Materials & Tools:
1. Yarn Scheepjes Stone Washed XL 50g = 75m, (70% Cotton, 30% Acrylic), 23 skeins. in 2 different colors:
12 skeins of Yarn A Rose Quartz (860)
11 skeins of Yarn A Pink Quartzite (861)

  1. Hook size 5mm (US H/8-UK 6). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
  2. Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends).
  3. Scissors.

Level: Intermediate.
Size: 87cm wide x 155cm long.

Gauge after blocking:
After Row 15 the triangle is approx. 20cm/8in high.
Gauge is not crucial for this project. However, changes might result in a different yardage requirements and the finished size.

Notes:
• The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
• Blanket is worked diagonally from bottom right corner to top left corner.
• The pattern includes the stitch chart.

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