Graduation Blanket by Heather Noble

Graduation Blanket

May 2023
DK (11 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 5 rows = 1 inch
3.75 mm (F)
3616 yards (3306 m)
One size
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Level 1-Easy (SCBLO and DCFLO stitches only)

Graduation is a special time that should be celebrated with a one-of-a-kind gift! This mosaic crochet graduation blanket pattern is the perfect way to show your grad how much you care. This keepsake blanket can be customized with the graduate’s school colors and the year of graduation. The pattern includes detailed layout instructions, date template, and the numbers 0-9 to customize the year. Make this blanket your signature gift for all future graduations!

There is space in the design to personalize this blanket with a name to make it extra special. I have several alphabet font styles available that fit this space nicely. (sold separately).

Written for Mosaic Overlay Crochet, this pattern includes:
• Charts
• Written Pattern
• Numbers 0-9 charts and layout template
• Detailed Instructions packet
• Stitch Key
• Photo tutorials
• Video tutorials

Size: 38”x 46”
Size will vary depending on yarn weight and hook.
This calculation was based on Stylecraft Special DK yarn and hook size of 3.75mm. Gauge: 5 stitched and 5 rows=1 inch

Color A (design/numbers/cap-shown in blue)– 1244 yds
Color B (background-shown in white) – 1219 yds
Color C (stripes shown in gold) – 504 yds
Border – 649 yds

This pattern is divided into 5 sections (5 pages each) and is worked from the bottom up. I would suggest using the Knit Companion app (my personal preference as it is brilliant and saves on printer ink and paper), but I have also included layout instructions for the charts if you prefer to print out your pages. The written pattern sections correlate with the charts so they can be used together.

This pattern has been tested.

The instructions packet and video tutorials should answer any questions you may have. I also have a Facebook group dedicated to answering questions and building community around my patterns. Please join us!