Welcome to the Crochet With Us & American Crochet Group Mystery Blanket CAL Rounds 13 & 14!
Before you start please read this Introduction Post. You will find a ton of helpful information in the Introduction Post including yarn, hook size, finished project sizes and links to all sections of the CAL. After each section is published online the link will be added to the Introduction Post, on a post by post basis.
Resources and Things You Can Do To Get Ready
- Add this CAL to your Ravelry Queue and join the Crochet With Us Ravelry Group
- Get your supplies ready for our first post
- Share your progress on Instagram using #CWUACMYSTERYCAL2015
- Join the Crochet With Us Group and the American Crochet Group on Facebook for assistance with the CAL – both groups are lovely and filled with helpful caring Crocheters who are willing to help assist each other.
Yarn and Hook Used
This blanket is extremely easy to modify. Jen and I have worked out the sizing and amount of squares you will need to get started.
The yarn that Jen and I selected for the blanket is Lion Brand Heartland and using a 5.0 mm (H) Crochet Hook.
The blanket we made measures 30×36 Inches. If you would like to make your blanket in a different size here are the measurements.
After row 12, you should have a total of 372 hdc & 4 x ch2 spaces.
Rounds 13 & 14
Herringbone Double Crochet – (Hb dc) – yo, insert hook into indicated stitch, yo draw loop up and through, first loop on hook, (2 loops on hook), yo and draw through 1 loop on hook, yo and draw through both loops on hook. (Hb dc completed)
Row 13: join in the corner, ch2, dc, ch2, 2 dc, in corner sp, * Hb-dc in each st across, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in next corner *, repeat from * to * 2 more times. (81 Hb-dc on short rows, 105 Hb-dc on long rows, 4xch2 sps, and 4x4dc) Fasten Off.
Row 14: attach color in a corner, repeat row 13. (388 hb-dc, 16dc, 4 ch 2 sps )
Fasten off and weave in ends.
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