The Hearty Blueshell Shell Stitch Blanket by Maggie Haskell

The Hearty Blueshell Shell Stitch Blanket

May 2021
both are used in this pattern
Aran (8 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 7 rows = 4 inches
5.0 mm (H)
895 - 900 yards (818 - 823 m)
27”x 37” (68.5 x 94 cm).
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The Hearty Blueshell baby blanket is here. Shell and V Stitches are the stitches you will use to make this beautiful blanket.

This pattern is also available for free in my blog here.

The PDF file consists of a total of 5 pages, including cover, images, copyright and information about the designer. There is step by step photos and detailed instructions to make the crochet granny square blanket pictured here.

Pattern was written using standard US terminology.

The finished blanket measures about 27”x 37” (68.5 x 94 cm).

Worsted weight (4). I used:
1. Mandala Ombré by LionBrand, 100% Acrylic. Color: Mantra, you need two cakes.

With Love by Red Heart, 100% Acrylic. Color: White, you need one skein.
• 5.00 mm (US H) hook
• Tapestry needle, to weave in the ends
• Scissors

Not crucial for this blanket, but 13 dc sts x 7 rows = 4”

English (US)

Advanced Beginner. You will need to how to read a pattern in US terminology.
Stitches used: chain, single crochet, double crochet, V-stitch, V-Stitch Cluster. I added instructions in the pattern for the V-Stitch and V-Stitch cluster. You will need to know how to work with color change, weave in ends, and fasten off. I DO NOT OFFER VIDEO TUTORIALS FOR MY PATTERNS.


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