Classic Lotte Crochet Blanket


Classic Lotte Crochet Blanket, a blanket with a classic look that you will definitely like because it will give an incredible touch to your decor. With a beautiful tone, it is a perfect piece to decorate the environment as it has wonderful colors that can be changed. Comfortable and beautiful is very easy to make. Crochet is very useful for decorative pieces that complete the look of the house with comfort, leaving everything very elegant and charming too, like this blanket for sofa and bed that we brought today.

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Classic Lotte Crochet Blanket

Materials Required: 12 ounces of light salmon baby weight yarn (or the color of your choice) Steel crochet hook size 0 or the size hook to make each strip 2 1/2 inches wide

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Materials:

3.5 mm crochet hook (US 4/E, UK 9)
Scheepjes Stonewashed (Sport weight/#2) Contrasting Colours (CC)/ Colour A* – 2 skeins (220 meters) each of Rose Quartz (820)
Yellow Jasper (809)
Lilac Quartz (818)
Garnet (810)
Deep Amethyst (811)
Lemon Quartz (812)
Carnelian (823)
Amazonite (813)

Canada Jade (806)
Blue Apatite (805)
Coral (816)
Green Agate (815) Main Colour 1 (MC1)/ Colour B* – 12 skeins (1500 meters) of Moon Stone (801) Main Colour 2 (MC2)/ Colour C* – 12 skeins (1450 meters) of Smokey Quartz (802) *
The square was originally designed using the colour references Colour A, Colour B, and Colour C. When following the photo tutorials for the individual squares, you will replace Colour A with CC, Colour B with MC1, and Colour C with MC2 as listed above.

Yarn packs for this project are available (offers international shipping and includes printed version of the pattern) You can also buy Stonewashed

Abbreviations US Terminology

Ch – Chain
BP – Back post (insert your hook from back to front around the post of the indicated stitch and complete the stitch as normal)
CC – Contrasting colour
Dc – Double crochet
FP – Front post (insert your hook from front to back around the post of the indicated stitch and complete the stitch as normal)
Hdc – Half-double crochet
MC – Main colour
Sc – Single crochet
Sl st – Slip stitch St/st’s – Stitch/stitches

Gauge

At the end of Round 18, your square should measure 20 cm (8”). Each finished square should measure 42 cm (16.5”).

Size
172 cm (68”) x 130 cm (51”)

Notes
The central flower of this square is textured and raised slightly above the surface. When you have only made the flower, it will look like it bulges too much (because of all those front post stitches) but, as the square progresses, this will become less noticeable. With use, the flower will relax down even further, but it will always remain slightly raised above the surface of the square.

Instructions
lotte Squares
Rounds 1 – 18: Charlotte Square Part 1 – 20 cm (8″) at the end of Part 1 (gauge check). See video for part 1

Rows 19 – 28: lotte Square Part 2. See video for part 2.

Rounds 29 – 36: Charlotte Square Part 3 – don’t fasten off at the end of Round 36! See video for part 3.

Rounds 37 and 38: Extra Rounds Below

Teil 1Teil 2

Round 37 (CC)

Sl st into the next ch-2 corner space. Ch 2 (counts as hdc). (Hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) into the same ch-2 corner space. This is your first corner made.

Skip the first (hidden) stitch. Hdc in each of the remaining 85 st’s across. (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in the next ch-2 corner space. Repeat from * to * 3 more times, omitting the last corner on the last repeat. Join to the top of the beginning ch-2 with a sl st. Fasten off and work away your ends.

Stitch Count: 356 hdc’s and 4 ch-2 corner spaces {89 hdc’s per side}

Round 38 (MC1)

Join your yarn by making a standing single crochet in any ch-2 corner space. (Ch 2, sc) in the same ch-2 space. This is your first corner made.

BPhdc around each st. (Sc, ch 2, sc) in the next ch-2 corner space. Repeat from * to * 3 more times, omitting the last corner on the last repeat. Join to the first sc with a sl st. Fasten off and work away your ends.

Stitch Count: 8 sc’s, 356 BPhdc’s, and 4 ch-2 corner spaces {2 sc’s and 89 BPhdc’s per side}

Deciding on Your Layout

When you have made all 12 squares, you will need to join them to each other. I am going to show you how we chose to do our layout, but you are free to move the colours around. If you do decide to move the colours, try not to put too many light or dark colours next to each other as this will make the blanket appear a bit lopsided.

Joining the Charlotte Squares

The squares are joined using a (Sc, ch 1, skip 1) join. It yields a flat seam on the front of your work that will look like little stitches. On the back of your work, the seam will be raised (but not as much as if you had made a sc in each stitch). This seam is reasonably elastic, provided that you don’t make your chains too tight.


The squares are joined in a grid. You will be making all the horizontal joins first, followed by the vertical joins. Unless otherwise specified, you should be inserting your hook into both loops of both layers for each indicated stitch. To make it easier for you to understand, I have numbered the squares from 1 to 12, starting in the top left-hand corner and ending in the bottom right-hand corner.

Place Square 9 on top of Square 12 with right sides together. With a slip knot (MC1) already on your hook, start joining the two squares by making a standing single crochet in the ch-2 corner space. (Ch 1, skip the next st, and sc in the next st) until you have one stitch left before the next corner space. Ch 1,

skip the last st, and sc in the ch-2 corner space. Ch 1 before joining the next 2 squares.

Place Square 8 on top of Square 11 with right sides together. Make a sc in the ch-2 corner space, again remembering to work though both layers. (Ch 1, skip the next st, and sc in the next st) until you have one stitch left before the next corner space. Ch 1, skip the last st, and sc in the ch-2 corner space. Ch 1.

Without fastening off, place Square 7 on top of Square 10 with right sides together and repeat from * to *. Fasten off and work away your ends.

You have now completed your first horizontal strip. Repeat the whole process, laying Square 6 on Square 9, Square 5 on Square 8, and Square 4 on Square 7. Then repeat it again with the last 3 squares.

Now turn your blanket 90 degrees so that you can start joining the squares vertically. Fold the row containing squares 3, 6, 9, and 12 onto the row containing squares 2, 5, 8, and 11.

Just like when you were joining the squares horizontally, repeat the instructions between asterisks (*) above for each square, remembering to chain 1 between squares. Fasten off when you have joined all four squares and then repeat the process to join squares 2, 5, 8, and 11 to squares 1, 4, 7, and 10.

Adding the Border

When you have joined all your squares to each other, you are ready to add your border. The Popcorns in this border are created over 2 rounds. In Round 2, you will make a series of 5-dc groups. In Round 3, you will turn these 5-dc groups into Popcorns by using front post stitches.

Border Round 1 (MC1)

When adding the first round of the border, the ch-2 corners of each square (along the edges of the blanket) will count as a stitch and should be worked into. Only the four ch-2 spaces in the corners of the blanket will be referred to as a ch-2 space.

Join your yarn by making a standing double crochet in the ch-2 corner space at the start of any long side. (Dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same ch-2 space. This is your first corner made.

Hdc in each st, remembering that the ch-2 spaces along the edge count as stitches and should be worked into. (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch-2 corner space. Repeat from * to * 3 more times, omitting the last corner on the last repeat. Join to the first dc with a sl st. Fasten off and work away your ends.

Stitch Counts:

Long Sides: 370 hdc’s and 4 dc’s

Short Sides: 277 hdc’s and 4 dc’s

Border Round 2 (MC2)

Join your yarn by making a standing double crochet in the ch-2 corner space at the start of any long side. (Dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same ch-2 space. This is your first corner made.

(Ch 2, skip the next 2 st’s, and make 5 dc’s in the next st) until you have 2 st’s left. Ch 2 and skip the last 2 st’s. (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next ch-2 corner space. Repeat from * to * 3 more times, omitting the last corner on the last repeat. Join to the first dc with a sl st. Fasten off and work away your ends.

Stitch Counts:

Long Sides: 124 5-dc groups and 125 ch-2 spaces (not including corner spaces)

Short Sides: 93 5-dc groups and 94 ch-2 spaces (not including corner spaces)

Border Round 3 (MC1)

To make a FPhdc around a 5-dc group, yarn over and insert your hook from front to back into the ch-2 space before the 5-dc group. Insert your hook from back to front into the next ch-2 space so that the 5 dc’s lie on top of your hook. Complete your hdc as normal, making sure that your working yarn is above the 5 dc’s, not in front of them. This will pull the 5 dc’s together and form a neat Popcorn. If you want more help, have a look at my tutorial for the Really Lazy Popcorn.

Join your yarn by making a standing half-double crochet in the ch-2 corner space at the start of any long side. (Hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in the same ch-2 space. This is your first corner made.

Hdc in the first 2 st’s and make 2 hdc’s in the first ch-2 space. (Make a FPhdc around the next 5-dc group, make 2 hdc’s in the next ch-2 space) until you have worked into every ch-2 space. Hdc in the last 2 st’s. (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in the corner ch-2 space. Repeat from * to * 3 more times, omitting the last corner on the last repeat. Join to the first hdc with a sl st. Fasten off and work away your ends.

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Stitch Counts:

Long Sides: 382 hdc’s

Short Sides: 289 hdc’s

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