This is the 2nd square for the Patchwork Mystery Crochet Along. This square is very unique. It is a 12” by 12” corner to corner square with a traditional cable pattern. The square is finished with 4 rounds of single crochet to make for easy joining to the other squares. If you like this square please join the Patchwork Mystery Crochet Along Group here on Ravelry. The CAL started April 15th and ends on July 8th 2019.
"The April interlocking crochet square features a geometric quilt-like design. You will need two colors of worsted weight yarn (or weight of your choice, though of course different weights will result in different sized squares) and a size H crochet hook (or size appropriate for your yarn). The pattern comes with charts, written instructions, and a full video tutorial. The sample pictured was made with WeCrochet's Wool of the Andes Worsted yarn and measures 9". Another sample made with Paintbox Simply Aran measured 10"."
"The July Interlocking Square uses interlocking crochet in the round to create a stunning geometric design. This pattern uses two colors of worsted weight yarn and a size H crochet hook. The free pattern includes written instructions, charts, and a video tutorial to walk you through this fun (and addicting!) technique. This is the 7th square in the interlocking tiles set, which is being released one square per month for the entire 2021 year. I hope you enjoy it!"
- Designed by: Mims Designs
Christmas is just around the corner, so now is the best time to make some fun projects like blankets, that will keep you warm during winter time! This beautiful patchwork blanket is made by Mims Designs and it really has a Christas vibe to it. It’s made with 9 cute blocks, each has different design on it.
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"The February interlocking crochet square is the 2nd of 12 free interlocking crochet squares releasing this year. This square is definitely the easiest of the 12 squares, so it's the best one for those who want to give interlocking crochet a try! These squares are all worked in the round. The setup rows can be a little tricky, but once you get started, it's easy breezy! I've also included a video tutorial to show you how to make this square."
The Traveling Crochet Afghan Square is the number 11 square in the Traveling Crochet Afghan Project. It is made using the Tunisian Crochet technique. The Traveling Afghan Crochet Square features a bold cable down the center for depth and a 3D type of effect. The cable is achieved using the Tunisian Crochet. I can teach you how to crochet the Tunisian Crochet technique, too, with video tutorials. You'll love this addition to the Traveling Afghan Project."