Windowpane Blanket by Sara Kay Hartmann

Windowpane Blanket

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August 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
0 repeats
in motif square: 1 5-round motif = 5" square
5.0 mm (H)
545 - 3640 yards (498 - 3328 m)
Wall Hanging 20” [51 cm] wide and 30” [76 cm] long Baby Blanket 30” [76 cm] wide and 35” [89 cm] long Throw Blanket 50” [127 cm] wide and 65” [165 cm] long
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Out of print. This pattern was available for $2.00.

This gorgeous blanket design came out of a beautiful sunset I saw on a trip to the ocean. I loved the combination of pinks, corals, blues, and violets that seemed to stain the sky like a watercolor painting. The crochet block that makes up this blanket uses post stitch lines that remind me of the muntins of a windowpane, suggesting a view. The corner eyelets offer a beautiful graphic contrast for the eye to dance across the dapples of color. The pattern is offered in three sizes to create a gorgeous wall hanging, a baby blanket, or a full-size throw blanket.

Wall Hanging
20” 51 cm wide and 30” 76 cm long
Baby Blanket
30” 76 cm wide and 35” 89 cm long
Throw Blanket
50” 127 cm wide and 65” 165 cm long

Wisdom Poems (100% Wool; 109 yd 100 m/1.76 oz 50 g); #615 Cruise:
For Wall Hanging: 5 skeins
For Baby Blanket: 9 skeins
For Throw Blanket: 26 skeins

Wall Hanging Yarn Substitutions: 545 yd 499 m /9 oz 250 g of #4 Medium Weight Yarn (worsted weight)
Baby Blanket Yarn Substitutions: 1260 yd 1153 m /16 oz 450 g of #4 Medium Weight Yarn (worsted weight)
Throw Blanket Yarn Substitutions: 3640 yd 3329 m /46 oz 1300 g of #4 Medium Weight Yarn (worsted weight)

Size H/8 5.0 mm

Yarn needle
For Wall Hanging Only: ½” 1.27 cm dowel rod cut 3-5” 8-13 cm wider than your crochet piece

One 5-round block = 5” 13 cm square motif after blocking

• This pattern uses US crochet terminology.
• This design offers a crochet block motif using post stitches and “wide” double crochet (double crochet worked between stitches instead of into the tops of stitches.
• Blocks are worked in the round with Right Side facing.
• The pattern offers instructions for a wall hanging, and baby sized, and throw blankets, but this block can be used for table runners, garments, or any sized blanket if you sew your squares into a different shape.

Front post double crochet (fpdc): Yarn over, insert hook front-to-back through your work, so that the post you want to crochet around is in front of your hook; yarn over and pull through…3 loops on hook; yarn over and pull through the first two loops on the hook; yarn over and pull through the remaining two loops on the hook.

Long chain (LC): Instead of using a standard 3-ch turning chain, I use a long chain (LC). When you are ready to begin working a new round, simply pull a long loop up to the approximate height of your next stitch. You do not need to yarn over or pull, it will appear to be a simple loop. Go ahead and work the first stitch of the round as indicated, you will see that the LC tucks in neatly next to the stitch becoming almost invisible.