Scheepjes Bloggers Days, and My First Steps in Freeform Crochet

Freeform crochet is something I have been observing for a very long time. If you open the web you will see enormous number of shawls, bags, cardigans, hats… anything! Made in freeform crochet. It is a truly unique way to express yourself, as no pattern is needed. And you just follow the sound of your soul. Though there are no strict rules, I have noticed that some shapes and stitches are repeated often, and I have always wanted to try them out. And the concept of freeform crochet in general.

Do you dream of something? Then there is a chance your dreams will come true one day. And that happened to me. At the moment I am sitting at the Copenhagen airport, after an impressively creative weekend spent with my blogger friends at Scheepjes HQ in the Netherlands. Yes, that was another Bloggers Days time full of fantastic yarns, lots of crochet, learning and… laugh. I am in love with these ladies! They all are true inspiration!
From left to right: Maria, Jellina, Carmen, Esther, Tammy, Esther, Susan, Dedri, Christa, Nerissa, me (wearing Kirsten's Stormy Day shawl), Kirsten. Photo credit: Scheepjes

I could go for a walk down in Copenhagen center or could take an immediate train to Malmö. But instead I decided to sit down for a few hours, and to write this blog post. To share my feelings and impressions about the people I met, and new things I’ve learnt.
Maria, Tammy and Carmen are discussing spinning

The agenda of Bloggers Days was known in advance and I was very looking forward to both workshops: a chart making by Kirsten of Haak Maar Raak. And freeform crochet by José Dammers. You may know Kirsten’s work already, she creates very stylish designs full of color and geometry. And she is also the designer behind latest Scheepjes CAL – Hygge.
José Dammers, Christa, Susan and Dedri

And José Dammers was a new name to me, I have not seen her work before. And when I saw it – I could not really believe she started to crochet just 2 years ago. And from the very beginning she looked into freeform crochet. I had a chance to see her stunning shawls and bags for real. And also her recent art objects – crochet portraits of David Bowie and Frida Kahlo. Don’t they look amazing? You should check out José's Instagram page HERE for more beautiful projects.
Frida Kahlo's portrais by José Dammers

Guess who is behind the crochet face in the picture below. A small hint – she is a veeeeeeery known blogger. And a fantastic crochet designer. And you know her for sure!
Photo credit: Tammy of Canadutch

(Ok! It’s Dedri Uys)

After an introduction we were invited to try freeform crochet ourselves. To make a test sample (which can absolutely grow into a finished crochet project in the end) you need five different yarns in several shades. In close or contrast shades – it doesn’t matter, but the key idea is to use yarns in different weights and with different texture: thick, fluffy, lace. Anything!
Scheepjes Bloggers practicing at freeform crochet :)

You also need a special kind of a crochet hook to complete bullion stitches. Because I only had a hand luggage I didn’t dare to bring one on the airplane, as it reminded me of a surgery instrument. And I was afraid I would not be allowed to bring it onboard. Want to know how much time it took me to master bullion stitch? I am not sure myself, but it felt like forever! Other ladies were very excited too. And we didn't really pay much attention to anything around us... Just look at the table after an hour of "practice"...

What else do you need for a freeform crochet? Nothing! No pattern, no rules, no right and no wrong. Just the mood. Which you should follow with your hands. For my highly organized nature it was not easy at all to switch off and not to think about stitch count or gauge. The only important thing is that your motifs should stay flat. In my opinion freeform crochet artists have achieved a certain level of freedom of mind. And I am making tiny step towards it.

And here is lucky Carmen together with José.
Photo credit: Scheepjes

Anyway. I have finished my first freeform motif! A good start I think. And now I am dreaming about making a shawl in this technique. And as I know already, if you are dreaming your dreams come true at some point. Time for a cup of coffee. Next week is all mine. It’s time for me and for the sea. I might be not in touch for a while. But promise to come back sooooon.

Subscribe to a newsletter not to miss a single post. You can also follow me on FacebookPinterest and Instagram.




Spirits of Life Wrap CAL: Important Notes

As promised I continue to post about Spirits of Life Wrap CAL coming soon. This article contains Important Notes about technique used in the pattern and a list of abbreviations (links to translations are given below). Before you actually join the CAL or purchase the kit, I would HIGHLY recommend you to study this information thoroughly and try your hand on each technique.
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com.
Photo credit for all pictures in this post - Oleg Ignatovich

* DISCLOSURE: This blog contains affiliate links (marked with *). I may be compensated with a tiny amount from each purchase made via these links, and it will not cost you a penny. By using affiliate links you support my blog. Thank you!

Since reveal of Spirits of Life Wrap a few weeks ago (you can see pictures HERE), I have received lots of questions about the difficulty level of this project. I can’t tell you exactly if this project is right for you or not, as all intermediate and even beginner patterns vary and differ a lot.
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com.

To help you find the answer, I have created a list of techniques used in my CAL. I didn’t use any intricate or very difficult stitches. All stitches are usual and very common, but sometimes their placement can be tricky. Please, study the information below and make small samples in each technique. I would say that most of intermediate crocheters should handle them without any problem. Is you are an “adventurous” beginner who like challenges and to learn new things – you can absolutely try this out as well.

Note: translations to other languages are being revised at the moment and will be added shortly. Thank you for being patient.

Important Notes - Afrikaans
Important Notes - Czech
Important Notes - Danish
Important Notes - Dutch
Important Notes - English (US)
Important Notes - English (UK)
Important Notes - Finnish
Important Notes - French
Important Notes - German
Important Notes - Hebrew
Important Notes - Norwegian
Important Notes - Polish
Important Notes - Spanish
Important Notes - Swedish
Important Notes - Russian

Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com.

Three techniques were used to create this pattern: Overlay crochet, Mosaic crochet and C2C (corner-to-corner crochet). If you make a small sample in each technique and feel comfortable with following instructions – then you can be sure Spirits of Life CAL is right for you. If you have any difficulties, you still have enough time to practice and improve your skills.

A very important note for those who will be doing the CAL with official kits by Scheepjes. As in any other CAL the gauge plays a VERY important role. In each part of the pattern I will give you exact amount of every shade used (in grams). If you stay within this amount – you will be fine and yarn will be enough. If you use more yarn, you have a risk to run out of some shades…
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com.

I know that many of you are interested in exact shades and yardages of Spirit and Catona used for Spirits of Life Wrap. At the moment I am not free to reveal this information, but it will be released later. So please, be patient.

Just to remind you, Spirits of Life wrap comes in three colour ways: Spirit of the Lake, Spirit of the Volcano and Spirit of the Orchid. Each sample is made with mixture of two Scheepjes yarns: Spirit and Catona (reviewed HERE and HERE).

You add can this project to your Ravelry Queue.
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com.

Official kits produced and nicely packed by Scheepjes in all three colorways are already available for pre-order via some local stockiest (also at Knotty House* (Canada) and will be available for purchase at large retailers, such as Wool Warehouse HERE* and Deramores* (both in UK with international shipping), Loveknitting* (US) on September 27th, 2017.

The CAL will be hosted in Official CCC Social group on Facebook which will provide you with needed information and support. However to join the CAL you don’t need to be on Facebook or member of this group, as each part will be published in free access on my blog.

I will give you more details about the CAL soon (like materials, gauge and other). And we begin on October 18th!

See you soon!

Subscribe to a newsletter not to miss a single post. You can also follow me on FacebookPinterest and Instagram.




Brioche Crochet: to support the trend

Have you noticed that brioche patterns are very trendy nowadays? I can see knitted brioche shawls, scarves and clothes everywhere. As well as brioche interior accessories, such as rugs and pillows… If you search for “brioche” (on Pinterest, for example) you will see loads of knitting projects. And not so many crochet… I thought it’s unfair and decided to recreate brioche looking pattern in crochet.
Brioche Waves crochet pattern can be used for everything: blankets, cowls, scarves, trivets, potholders, rugs... you name it. The pattern comes in two versions: "airy" with holes and well draped, and "overlay" which creates a firm and sturdy fabric. Originally designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com


Actually this is not my first attempt. Earlier this year two Labyrinth patterns were released – for a mandala which later was grown into a rug. I used overlay crochet for that, and crocheted fabric turned out very sturdy and stiff. Just great for pillows and rugs, but maybe not very suitable for blankets, and no good at all for wearable accessories.

So this time I decided to go further and develop a slightly different technique which allows crochet light, airy and well draping pieces. And more than that – I wanted to figure out how to make brioche crochet in rows (and not in rounds as you can usually see). And Ta-dah!!! Here is my newest Brioche Waves crochet pattern.
Brioche Waves crochet pattern can be used for everything: blankets, cowls, scarves, trivets, potholders, rugs... you name it. The pattern comes in two versions: "airy" with holes and well draped, and "overlay" which creates a firm and sturdy fabric. Originally designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com
 
You can find the pattern both on Ravelry HERE and Etsy HERE. Hurry up as it is discounted only this weekend (through Monday, August 28)!! And you will save 25% (no coupon code needed).

Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue

What is so special about this pattern? First of all I like the feel very much. When I show my new blanket to friends, they like it. But when they touch it – they love it. I wish I were a skilled writer to describe the feeling with words… Maybe pictures will help? The fabric is made up with two layers which are interlocked. The wrong side of the blanket reminds me of fish gills. It is very soft and touchable. And secondly, you can use this pattern for almost ev-ry-thing! Blankets, cowls, pillows, trivets, potholders, rugs, bags… you name it. You will easily adjust it for any width and length.

Brioche Waves pattern contains two versions: “airy” – which I used for a blanket, and “overlay” – with no chains and holes. Great for home accessories. You can see the difference of the wrong sides below.

The pattern also includes complete instructions to finish the blanket and the cowl shown in this post.
Brioche Waves crochet pattern can be used for everything: blankets, cowls, scarves, trivets, potholders, rugs... you name it. The pattern comes in two versions: "airy" with holes and well draped, and "overlay" which creates a firm and sturdy fabric. Originally designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Because in fact you crochet the entire piece with only front post stitches, it is better to choose very soft and light yarn for this project. Heavier yarns will work well for smaller project (like my Brioche Cowl for example made with Merino Soft* yarn by Scheepjes – reviewed HERE). But for the blanket I would recommend yarn with very good yardage.
Brioche Waves crochet pattern can be used for everything: blankets, cowls, scarves, trivets, potholders, rugs... you name it. The pattern comes in two versions: "airy" with holes and well draped, and "overlay" which creates a firm and sturdy fabric. Originally designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

I wanted to play with colors and for my blanket I chose Colour Crafter* (reviewed HERE) and Colour Crafter Velvet* yarn by Scheepjes. They both are premium acrylic and come in the same yardage and in nicely matching colors. The only difference is that dying process for Velvet yarn is a bit different, and it makes Velvet a bit stiffer than regular Colour Crafter. Ideally you will need equal amount of two shades for Brioche Waves pattern. But because of this difference you will need a little bit more of Velvet.
Brioche Waves crochet pattern can be used for everything: blankets, cowls, scarves, trivets, potholders, rugs... you name it. The pattern comes in two versions: "airy" with holes and well draped, and "overlay" which creates a firm and sturdy fabric. Originally designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com






Let me show you examples of what Brioche Waves pattern can be used for.

1. The stitch pattern was specially designed for a blanket, so you can of course make a blanket with it. I should warn you that because you make lots of front post stitches this project is not quick. Even for me it was a bit slow but the final result is worth it! The huge advantage is that you are using both yarns at once. No need to break the yarn and weave in tails. So your time is saved already!
Brioche Waves crochet pattern can be used for everything: blankets, cowls, scarves, trivets, potholders, rugs... you name it. The pattern comes in two versions: "airy" with holes and well draped, and "overlay" which creates a firm and sturdy fabric. Originally designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

2. You can use Brioche Waves pattern for smaller projects, like cowls and scarves. I made one for myself.
Brioche Waves crochet pattern can be used for everything: blankets, cowls, scarves, trivets, potholders, rugs... you name it. The pattern comes in two versions: "airy" with holes and well draped, and "overlay" which creates a firm and sturdy fabric. Originally designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

3. As already mentioned, the pattern contains “overlay version” which creates a sturdy and stiff fabric. Good for different kinds of trivets and potholders.
Brioche Waves crochet pattern can be used for everything: blankets, cowls, scarves, trivets, potholders, rugs... you name it. The pattern comes in two versions: "airy" with holes and well draped, and "overlay" which creates a firm and sturdy fabric. Originally designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

I made a small sample in overlay crochet (with Stone Washed* yarn - reviewed HERE) and then played with it on computer to see how it may look as a rug. Pretty nice, isn’t it?
Brioche Waves crochet pattern can be used for everything: blankets, cowls, scarves, trivets, potholders, rugs... you name it. The pattern comes in two versions: "airy" with holes and well draped, and "overlay" which creates a firm and sturdy fabric. Originally designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

4. Overlay version is also perfect for bags. Hilde Tindlund was helping me to test the pattern. And look what a wonderful Zebra Clutch she made! You will find all details (and more pictures) on Hilda's project page HERE on Ravelry.
Zebra crochet clutch by Hilde Tindlund.

******************************************************************
About Brioche Waves crochet pattern in brief:

  • Difficulty Level: Intermediate (front post stitches)
  • The size (width and length) can be easily adjusted to your taste and needs
  • The pattern contains two versions: “airy” – good for blankets, scarves and cowl; and “overlay” – perfect for pillows, rugs, bags, trivets and potholders.
  • The pattern also includes complete instructions to finish the blanket and the cowl shown in this post. 
  • Brioche Waves crochet pattern is on SALE right now with 25% off. The offer only valid this weekend (through Monday, August 28) and then it will be listed at a regular price. You can find Brioche Waves pattern on Ravelry HERE and Etsy HERE.
* DISCLOSURE: This blog contains affiliate links (marked with *). I may be compensated with a tiny amount from each purchase made via these links, and it will not cost you a penny. By using affiliate links you support my blog. Thank you!

Subscribe to a newsletter not to miss a single post. You can also follow me on FacebookPinterest and Instagram.

Spirits of Life Wrap CAL: reveal!

I know that since last week you have been waiting for a full reveal of my new Spirits of Life CAL. Thank you very much for a very warm and lovely feedback. And thank you for being patient. I’ve got lots of questions, and I will try to answer at least some of them in this post.
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

* DISCLOSURE: This blog contains affiliate links (marked with *). I may be compensated with a tiny amount from each purchase made via these links, and it will not cost you a penny. By using affiliate links you support my blog. Thank you!

Spirits of Life CAL was inspired by Native American textile and fiber art. Recently I have been looking a lot into this theme. My aim was not to copy exact patterns and to reproduce them. Instead I was trying to translate the same feeling through my wrap. Each element and pattern doesn’t have any meaning. It’s just my own perception and imagination. :)
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com
Photo credit for all pictures in this post: Oleg Ignatovich

As you may probably know this CAL will be about the wrap. In fact it is a large (approx. 63cm x 180cm) rectangle shawl which can be worn both as a wrap and as a scarf, for example. In the pictures below you can see that the length is enough to wrap it around the shoulders.
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Spirits of Life wrap comes in three colour ways: Spirit of the Lake, Spirit of the Volcano and Spirit of the Orchid. Each sample is made with mixture of two Scheepjes yarns: Spirit and Catona (reviewed HERE and HERE), to imitate mute and semi-colored effects of traditional textile pieces. I have worked with both yarns before and truly love their look and the feel. The mixture of soft and slightly fluffy Spirit and stiffness and rich colors of Catona gave the wrap a very nice warmth and excellent drape!
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Official kits produced and nicely packed by Scheepjes in all three colorways are already available for pre-order via some local stockiest (also at Knotty House* (Canada) and will be available for purchase at large retailers, such as Wool Warehouse HERE* and Deramores* (both in UK with international shipping), Loveknitting* (US) on September 27th, 2017.

And while waiting for the start date, you can add this CAL to your queue on Ravelry HERE.
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - kit

Just to remind you, the CAL will begin on October 18th, 2017 and will run for 9 weeks. Last part will be released on December 13th, just in time to finish your wrap for Christmas – for yourself or for friends and family members.
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

The patterns/tutorials will be released here on my blog weekly. They will be FREE and translated at least to 10 languages: English UK and US, Dutch, Spanish, German, French, Hebrew, Swedish, Afrikaans, Polish and Finnish. Tutorials will include written instructions, charts and progress pictures and will be accompanied by partial video’s to guide you through every step. The CAL will be hosted in Official CCC Social group on Facebook (by Susan Cutrer) where you will find the answers to all questions and get full support from admins and other members.






You were asking which crochet level this CAL is aimed to. This is a very difficult question. Spirits of Life is definitely not a total beginner’s project. But no intricate stitches were used to crochet this wrap. All stitches are very basic and only their placement can be tricky sometimes. If you are an “adventurous beginner” and like to learn new things, you can try this CAL out.
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Three different techniques were mixed together: Overlay Crochet, Mosaic Crochet and C2C (corner-to-corner) crochet. In coming weeks I will keep you posted with details about the techniques and will give you links to tutorials, so that you can practice and see if this CAL is right for you.

I hope I could answer your possible questions. More information and details will come in next weeks. And here is the picture of me wearing Spirit of the Orchid. I am sending many thanks to my friends @Oleg Ignatovich (photographer) and @Natasha Zus (model) for such atmospheric pictures. Be sure to check their Instagram to see lots of other wonderful pictures!

UPDATE: you can find Important Notes for this project HERE.
Spirits of Life Wrap CAL - designed by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Subscribe to a newsletter not to miss a single post. You can also follow me on FacebookPinterest and Instagram.

New CAL is coming soon…

Today is the day! Can you keep the secrets? For me it’s an unbelievably difficult task. But I have been keeping a secret for almost 8 months working very hard behind the scenes. And today I can finally tell you: new CAL is coming soon!!! I have been working on this new design since early January. Lots of frogging and remaking was involved, but I am very happy with the final results. A full reveal will be waiting for you in a week here on my blog (so stay tuned not to miss it). And today I will show you a few sneak peeks.
Spirits of Life CAL by www.lillabjorncrochet.com. Free crochet wrap pattern

What will it be? It will be a wrap! A large, very soft and draping, cozy wrap made with two very different Scheepjes yarns: Spirit and Catona (reviewed HERE and HERE). Though I can’t take the full credit for this idea to mix two different yarns. When we were chatting with Esther of It’s All In A Nutshell a while ago I told her about my creative idea, and I also expressed my doubts about which yarn to choose.
Spirits of Life CAL by www.lillabjorncrochet.com. Free crochet wrap pattern






We have discussed it and came to a conclusion that since it’s a large wearable project, a light weight yarn with good yardage should work best for it. And Esther said: “Maybe you should look into Spirit?” And then: “Oh, and you can actually combine it with Catona. That will give a nice mixture of textures”. And I made my choice at once.
Spirits of Life CAL by www.lillabjorncrochet.com. Free crochet wrap pattern

I can’t tell you much about this project right now. Let’s save some excitement for later. But what I would like you to know is that coming CAL will be a true crochet adventure. I mixed several crochet techniques together, but still tried to keep the patterns easy enough, so that Advanced beginners can try them out.
Spirits of Life CAL by www.lillabjorncrochet.com. Free crochet wrap pattern

The CAL will begin on October 18th , 2017 and will run for 9 weeks. It will be FREE and each part will be released on my blog weekly. The CAL will be translated into several languages. And there will be ready kits available for purchase - produced and nicely packed by Scheepjes. The kits will be sold by local Scheepjes store as well as large retailers including Wool Warehouse (HERE)* (located in UK with international shipping). The kits will be available for sale on September 27. But you can sign up at Wool Warehouse web-site now and they will notify you by e-mail when kits are live.
Spirits of Life CAL by www.lillabjorncrochet.com. Free crochet wrap pattern

Excited?! I am excited SO MUCH!

But need to leave you now :) See you next week!

UPDATE: You can find Important Notes for this CAL HERE.

Subscribe to a newsletter not to miss a single post. You can also follow me on FacebookPinterest and Instagram.




Nya Mosaic Blanket: reveal

Last week I told you a story about our family trip to Germany, to Legoland. It was our first long trip by car and I didn’t want to be too bored, so I chose to crochet instead. Luckily lots of skeins in different colors were with me, and new blanket design was born. I know I promised you the pattern soon, but we’ve just arrived to Belarus to see my parents, and life became a bit chaotic. I will share free pattern with you very soon. But so far I thought you would like to have a look at a completed blanket.
Nya Mosaic Blanket - free crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

I truly enjoyed working on this blanket and playing with colors. I have discovered a new (to me) crochet technique recently. It allows to work from charts, as in corner-to-corner for example. So in fact it opens endless designing possibilities, as you can create your own chart, and your own unique blanket.






Nya Mosaic Blanket - free crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

I don’t know a name for this technique. You were trying to guess what it is, and it does look like interlocking crochet, indeed. But I think it’s not. I believe the idea of interlocking crochet is to create reversible fabric with same pattern on both sides but in different order of colors. And this blanket has right and wrong side, so I think it’s not interlocking. It reminds me of an overlay crochet with just a small difference. Chain stitches are involved here, and fabric is not stiff at all. And you can crochet from chart. Well, you will see everything yourself when the pattern is finally released (and I hope it won’t take long).
Nya Mosaic Blanket - free crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

I didn’t have much time to finish the sample, so I went for a baby size, and my blanket is approx. 84 cm x 104 cm (33” x 41”). The blanket consists of several geometrical stripes and dividers, and can be made in any size (width or length).
Nya Mosaic Blanket - free crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

I used Colour Crafter yarn by Scheepjes* (DK weight) in 7 colors, but you can of course choose more or less shades. I would recommend taking soft yarn in solid shades for this blanket.

The pattern is on its way! See you very soon :)

UPDATE: the pattern is published and available HERE.

Subscribe to a newsletter not to miss a single post. You can also follow me on FacebookPinterest and Instagram.



* DISCLOSURE: This blog contains affiliate links (marked with *). I may be compensated with a tiny amount from each purchase made via these links, and it will not cost you a penny. By using affiliate links you support my blog. Thank you!

Nya Mosaic Blanket: FREE crochet pattern

Nya Mosaic Blanket is made in a special crochet technique with only basic stitches involved. It can be crocheted either by following chart or written instructions. With a little bit of attention and concentration you will create a bright and unique gift for yourself or your friends. The blanket is adjustable and can be made in any size. To see more pictures of the finished project, please, click HERE.
Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

 *Purchase an ad-free and ready-to-print PDF of this pattern (including all Important Notes, material list, stitch guide, complete instructions and photo tutorials) HERE on Ravelry and HERE on Etsy. Deze pdf maker is beschikbaar in NL versie.*

 The pattern was translated to Dutch by Her Struijk.


 You will need:


  • DK yarn in 7 or more/less colors. I used yarn “Colour Crafter” by Scheepjes (100g/3.53oz., 300m/328yds.)  
Colour Crafter yarn is available at Wool Warehouse* (UK with international shipping), Knotty House* (Canada), Loveknitting* (US) and in your local Scheepjes shops. And if you are in Canada, you can purchase a ready yarn pack from Knotty House* HERE.

* DISCLOSURE: This blog contains affiliate links (marked with *). If you purchase a product via a link on my blog, I may get a small percentage contribution from the store which enables me to keep providing you with free patterns. It costs you nothing extra to visit the store via my link, but ensure I get the credit for the sale. Thank you for your suppor


    Je hebt nodig:

    DK garen in 7 of meer/minder kleuren. Ik heb “Colour Crafter” van Scheepjes (100g/300m.) gebruikt Haaknaald 4, Schaar, afhechtnaald

    Finished size


    The size of the finished blanket depends on the yarn and hook you use. My blanket is approx.
    84 cm x 104 cm (33” x 41”). The blanket can be made in any size.

    Grootte:

    De maat van de deken hangt af van het gebruikte garen en haaknaald. De mijne is ongeveer 84 cm x 104 cm . De deken kan in elke gewenstemaat gemaakt worden.


    Gauge: 


    19 sc and 24 rows = 10 x 10 cm (4” x 4”).

    Stekenverhouding: 19 v en 24 toeren = 10 x 10 cm

    Abbreviations and Stitch Guide

    US standard abbreviations are used in this pattern. But if you are used to other terms, please check this Crochet Translation Project which might be helpful in translation to your native language.

    st(s) stitch(es)
    sp(s) space(s)
    ch chain
    yo yarn over
    sc single crochet (insert hook in indicated stitch, yo,
    draw up a loop, yo and pull through both loops on hook)
    dc double crochet (yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, pull through 2 loops* twice)
    RS right side
    WS wrong side
    *…* *crochet following directions* as many times as
    indicated
    SPsc (single crochet spike stitch) The spike stitch is almost the same as single crochet, but placed one round below the working round and drawn up to the height of a working round. Insert a hook in indicated st, draw up a loop to the height of the stitches at a working rnd, yo, pull through both lps on hook. Skip the sc of current rnd which is located behind a SPsc just made. Check complete tutorial HERE.
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Afkortingen en steekuitleg:

    st(s) stitch(es) = steek/steken
    sp(s) space(s) = ruimte(s)
    ch chain = losse
    yo yarn over = draad omslaan
    sc single crochet = v vaste
    dc double crochet = st stokje
    RS right side = GK (voorkant)
    WS wrong side = VK (achterkant)
    *…* herhaal wat tussen *…* staat zo vaak als aangegeven
    SPsc (single crochet spike stitch) Pieksteek, deze is vrijwel gelijk aan een vaste, maar je steekt de naald 1 toer lager in en haalt de draad op tot de hoogte van de toer waar je mee bezig bent. Sla de vaste in de toer waaraan je werkt achter je spike steek over. Kijk voor een tutorial HERE.


    Pattern Notes


    • Nya Mosaic Blanket is a repeating pattern of geometric stripes (chart) and dividers. Each geometric stripe is made with yarn in two shades.

    • You can either follow the chart or written instructions.

    • Ch1/ch2 in the beginning of each row doesn’t count as a st. So first sc/dc of each row is made in first stitch of previous row.

    • All dc’s are made in sts of same color from 2 rows below – always in front of work.

    • Change color on the last yarn over when there are still 2 loops on hook. Yarn is changed after every 2 rows.

    Opmerkingen bij het patroon: 

    Nya Mosaic Blanket is een herhalend patroon van geometrische banen (vlg. schema) en tussen strepen. Elke geometrische baan is gehaakt met 2 kleuren garen.

    • Je kan zowel het getekende schema volgen als de geschreven uitleg

    • 1 losse/2 lossen aan het begin van elke toer telt niet als een steek. Dus de eerste vaste/stokje van elke toer haak je in de eerste steek van de vorige toer.

    •Alle stokjes worden gehaakt in de steken met dezelfde kleur van 2 toeren lager – altijd aan de voorkant van het werk.

    •Wissel van kleur bij de laatste omslag als je nog 2 lussen op de naald hebt. Je wisselt na elke 2 toeren. Zie foto:


    Reading the Chart


    • Chart is read from bottom to top. Each row in chart represents two rows of same color. Rows on the RS (1,2,3, etc.) are read from right to left, and rows on WS (1a, 2a, 3a, etc.) are read back across from left to right. The first square of each row shows which color is used for 2 rows (1-1a, 2-2a, 3-3a, etc.)

    • Each square of the chart shows 1 stitch or 1 skipped stitch. When squares of different colors appear in the row – they should be skipped. So instead of working them – make a number of ch (always 1 ch more than a number of skipped sts – to prevent your work from pulling) and skip needed sts. So for 1 skipped st you will ch2, for 2 skipped sts – ch3, for 3 skipped sts – ch4, etc.

    • On next row on RS when you will crochet with different color – you will make dc in these skipped sts from two rows below. Dc’s are always made in front of your work, in front of chains of previous rows, so spacs are always skipped. (see pics below).

    Lezen van het schema:

    • Het schema lees je van onder naar boven. Elke rij is 2 toeren van dezelfde kleur. Toeren aan de goede kant (1,2,3 etc.) lees je van rechts naar links, de toeren aan de verkeerde kant (1a,2a,3a etc.) lees je van links naar rechts. Het eerste vierkantje van elke rij laat zien welke kleur wordt gebruikt voor de 2 toeren (1-1a, 2-2a, 3-3a, etc.)

    • Elk vierkantje van het schema laat 1 steek of 1 overgeslagen steek zien. Als er vierkantjes van de tweede kleur voorkomen in de rij, dan moet je deze overslaan. In plaats van een vaste haak je dan lossen, haak altijd 1 losse meer dan het aantal overgeslagen steken, dit om trekken van je werk te voorkomen. Dus voor 1 overgeslagen steek haak je 3 lossen, voor 2 overgeslagen steken haak je er 3. Voor 3 overgeslagen steken haak je er 4, etc.

    • Bij de volgende rij aan de goede kant, als je dus met de andere kleur begint, haak je stokjes in de overgeslagen steken van 2 toeren eronder. Stokjes worden altijd aan de voorkant van het werk gehaakt, voor de lossen langs, dus die worden dan altijd overgeslagen. Zie de afbeeldingen hieronder:
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Following chart: start with “Begin” section, then repeat “One Repeat” six or more times (for a larger blanket), and finish with “End” section.

    Volgen van het schema: start bij “Begin”, herhaal dan “One Repeat” zes (of meer keren voor een bredere deken) en eindig met “End” .

    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com


    Common Mistakes:


    • When working on RS it is very important to skip correct number of stitches. The mistakes can appear when you finish dc, make several chains and then skip wrong number of stitches (or don’t skip them at all) behind or just next to dc. (pic 1)

    • When working on WS be sure to make sc in EVERY st without missing any. Sometimes dc can be “hiding”, so be sure not to miss them. (pics 2-3)

    Veel voorkomende fouten:

    • Als je aan de voorkant werkt is het heel belangrijk dat je het juiste aantal steken overslaat. Het gaat makkelijk fout als je klaar bent met een stokje, een aantal lossen haakt en dan een verkeerd aantal steken overslaat (of helemaal vergeet over te slaan) achter of net na het stokje (foto 1)

    • Als je aan de achterkant werkt, let er dan op dat je in ELKE steek een vaste haakt.. Soms zitten de stokjes een beetje verstopt, dus zorg dat je ze niet per ongeluk mist. (foto 2-3)
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com


    ***************************************************************************

    INSTRUCTIONS

    INSTRUCTIES

    Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue

    Pin It for later

    *Purchase an ad-free and ready-to-print PDF of this pattern (including all Important Notes, material list, stitch guide, complete instructions and photo tutorials) HERE on Ravelry and HERE on Etsy. Both in English and Dutch (NL) (Deze pdf maker is beschikbaar in NL versie)*



    Copyright LillaBjornCrochet 2017. All rights reserved. This pattern is for unlimited personal use only. Do not reproduce or sell the pattern. The pattern may not be copied in any way (print or digitally), in part or in full. Items may be sold that are made from this pattern as long as the designer is credited. Shop owners, if you wish to make a kit with yarn using this pattern, please request permission and copyright details from me before offering any kits for sale. Please, read Copyright page for more information.

    ******************************************************************************

    Color Key (1 skein in each shade; for a larger blanket you will most likely need more yarn:

    Yarn A – 2004 (Brussel), Yarn B – 1029 (Breda), Yarn C – 2015 (Bastonge), Yarn D – 1062 (Dordrecht), Yarn E – 1034 (Urk), Yarn F – 1822 (Delfzijl), Yarn G – 1425 (Deventer)

    The amount of sts for this pattern is multiple 12 (one repeat) +3 sts.

    Gebruikte kleuren (1 bol van elke kleur, voor een grotere deken zal je meer garen nodig hebben:

    Kleur A – 2004 (Brussel), Kleur B – 1029 (Breda), Kleur C – 2015 (Bastonge), Kleur D – 1062 (Dordrecht), Kleur E – 1034 (Urk), Kleur F – 1822 (Delfzijl), Kleur G – 1425 (Deventer)

    Het aantal steken voor dit patroon is een meervoud van 12 (1 herhaal deel) +3.








    Divider 1


    Row 1 (RS) With Yarn D - ch125, 1dc in 3rd ch from hook, 1dc in each ch to end, turn. (123 sts)

    Tussen streep 1

    Toer 1 (GK) Met kleur D - 125 lossen, 1st in 3e losse v.a. de naald, 1st in elke losse tot einde toer, keren. (123 st)

    Row 2 (WS) Ch1 (doesn’t count as sc), 1sc in each st to end, change to Yarn G in final st (cut Yarn D), turn. (123 sts)

    Toer 2 (VK) 1 losse (telt niet als steek), 1v in elk steek tot einde toer, wissel naar kleur G in laatste steek (knip kleur D af), keren. (123 v)

    Row 3. Ch2 (doesn’t count as dc here and throughout), 1dc in each st to end, turn.
    Toer 3. 2 lossen (telt niet als st in het hele patroon), 1st in elke steek tot einde toer, keren.

    Row 4. Ch1, 1sc in each st to end, change to Yarn F in final st (don’t cut Yarn G), turn.
    Toer 4. 1 losse, 1v in elke steek tot einde toer, wissel naar kleur F in laatste v (knip kleur G niet af), keren.

    Row 5. Ch1, [2sc, 1SPsc] repeat till last 3 sts, 3sc to end, turn.
    1losse, [2v, 1Pieksteek] herhaal tot laatste 3 steken, 3v tot einde toer, keren.

    Row 6. Ch1, 1sc in each st to end, change to Yarn G (cut Yarn F), turn.
    Toer 6. 1losse, 1v in elke steek tot einde toer, wissel naar kleur G (knip kleur F af), keren.

    Rows 7-8. As rows 3-4. After row 8 change to Yarn D (cut Yarn G), turn.
    Toeren 7-8. Als toeren 3-4. Wissel naar kleur D na toer 8 (knip kleur G af), keren.

    Rows 9-10. As rows 3-4. After row 10 change to Yarn A (cut yarn D), turn.
    Toeren 9-10. Als toeren 3-4. Wissel naar kleur A na toer 10 (knip kleur D af), keren.


    Geometric Stripe 1 – work with Yarns A and B


    Foundation row 1. Ch1, 1sc in each st to end, turn.
    Foundation row 2. Ch1, 1sc in each st to end, change to Yarn B in final st (don't cut Yarn A), turn.

    Geometrische Streep 1 – werk met kleuren A en B

    Begintoer 1. 1losse, 1v in elke steek tot einde toer , keren.
    Begintoer 2. 1losse, 1v in elke steek tot einde toer , wissel naar kleur B in laatste steek (knip kleur A niet af), keren.

    Rows 1-1a (chart). Ch1, 1sc in each st to end, turn. After row 1a change to Yarn A in final st.

    Toeren 1-1a (schema). 1losse, 1v in elke steek tot einde toer , keren Wissel na toer 1a naar kleur A in laatste steek.

    Row 2. Ch1, 1sc, *ch2 (skip 1 st), 3sc* repeat to last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc in last st, turn.
    Toer 2. 1 losse, 1 v, *2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 3 v* , herhaal tot laatste 2 steken, 2 lossen. Sla 1 steek over, 1 v in laatste steek, keren
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Row 2a. Ch1, 1sc, *ch2 (skip sp – here and throughout), 3sc* repeat till last sp, ch2, 1sc in last st. Change to Yarn B in final st, turn.

    Toer 2a. 1 losse, 1 v *2lossen (sla lossenruimte van vorige toer over – geldt voor gehele patroon), 3v* herhaal tot de laatste lossenruimte. 2 lossen, 1 v in de laatste steek. Wissel naar kleur B in de laatste steek, keren

    Row 3. Ch1, 1sc, *1dc, ch2 (skip sp behind dc+next st),2sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 1sc, ch2 (skip 1 st),1dc (skip sp), 2sc, ch2 (skip 1 st)* repeat till last sp, 1dc (sk sp), 1sc in last st, turn.

    Toer 3. 1 losse, 1 v, * 1 st, 2 lossen (sla de ruimte achter het stokje en de volgende steek over), 2 v, 1 st, 2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 1 st, (sla ruimte over), 2 v, 2 lossen, (sla 1 steek over)* herhaal tot laatste lossenruimte, 1 st, (sla ruimte over) 1v in laatste steek, keren
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Row 3a. Ch1, 2sc, *ch2, 3sc, ch2, 1sc* repeat till last st, 1sc in last st. Change to Yarn A in final st, turn.

    Toer 3a. 1 losse, 2 v, *2 lossen. 3 v, 2 lossen, 1 v* herhaal tot laatste steek, 1 v in laatste steek, wissel naar kleur A in laatste steek, keren

    Row 4. Ch1, 2sc, *1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 2sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 1dc (skip sp), 2sc,ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp), 1sc* repeat till last st, 1sc in last st, turn.

    Toer 4. 1 losse, 2 v,* 1st, 2 lossen (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 2 v, 1 st, 2 lossen, (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 1 st, (sla ruimte over), 2v, 2 lossen, (sla 1 steek over) 1 st. (sla ruimte over), 1 v* herhaal tot laatste steek, 1 v in laatste steek, keren.
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Row 4a. Ch1, 3sc, *ch2, 3sc* repeat to end. Change to Yarn B in final st, turn.
    Toer 4a. 1 losse, 3 v ,* 2 lossen, 3 v* herhaal tot einde toer. Wissel naar kleur B in de laatste steek, keren.

    Row 5. Ch1, *3sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 2sc, 1dc (skip sp),2sc, ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp)* repeat till last 3 sts, 3sc to end, turn.

    Toer 5. 1 losse, *3v, 1st, 2 lossen, (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 2v, 1 st, (sla ruimte over), 2v, (sla 1 steek over), 1st, (sla ruimte over)*, herhaal tot laatste 3 steken, 3v tot einde toer, keren

    Row 5a. Ch1, 4sc, *ch2, 5sc* repeat to end making 4sc instead of 5sc in the end. Change to Yarn A in final st, turn.

    Toer 5a. 1 losse, 4 v * 2 lossen, 5 v* herhaal tot einde toer, maar haak 4 v i.p.v. 5v aan het eind. Wissel naar kleur A in de laatste steek. keren

    Row 6. Ch1, 1sc, *ch2 (skip 1 st), 2sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 3sc, ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp), 2sc* repeat till last 2 sts, ch2 (skip 1 st), 1sc in last st, turn.

    Toer 6. 1 losse, 1v, *2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 2v, 1st, 2 lossen, (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 3v, 2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 1 st, (sla ruimte over), 2v*herhaal tot laatste 2 steken, 2 lossen, (sla 1 steek over) 1 v in laatste steek, keren
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Row 6a. Ch1, 1sc, *ch2, 3sc* repeat till last sp, ch2, 1sc in last st. Change to Yarn B in final st.

    Toer 6a. 1 losse, 1v, *2 lossen, 3v* herhal tot laatste ruimte, 2 lossen, 1v in laatste steek. Wissel naar kleur B in laatste steek, keren

    Row 7. Ch1, 1sc, *1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 2sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 1sc, ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp), 2sc, ch2 (skip 1 st)* repeat till last sp, 1dc (skip sp), 1sc in last st, turn.

    Toer 7. 1 losse, 1v, *1st, 2 lossen, (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 2v, 1 st, 2 lossen, (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 1v, 2 lossen, (sla 1 steek over), 1 st, (sla ruimte over), 2v, 2 lossen, (sla 1 steek over)*, herhaal tot laatste ruimte, 1st, (sla ruimte over), 1v in laatste steek, keren
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Row 7a. Ch1, 2sc, *ch2, 3sc, ch2, 1sc* repeat till last st, 1sc in last st. Change to Yarn A in final st, turn.

    Toer 7a. 1 losse, 2v, *2lossen, 3v, 2 lossen, 1v* herhaal tot laatste steek, 1v in laatste steek Wissel naar kleur A in laatste steek, keren

    Row 8. Ch1, 1sc, *ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp), 2sc, ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp), 1sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 2sc, 1dc (skip sp)* repeat till last 2 sts, ch2 (skip 1 st) 1sc in last st, turn.

    Toer 8. 1 losse, 1v, *2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 1st (sla ruimte over), 2v, 2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 1st (sla 1 steek over), 1v, 1st, 2 lossen (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 2v, 1st (sla ruimte over)* herhaal tot laatste 2v steken, 2 lossen, (sla 1 steek over), 1v in laatste steek, keren
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Row 8a. Ch1, 1sc, *ch2, 3sc* repeat till last sp, ch2, 1sc in last st. Change to Yarn B in final st, turn.
    Toer 8a. 1 losse, 1v, *2 lossen, 3v* herhaal tot laatste ruimte, 2 lossen, 1v in laatste steek. Wissel naar kleur B in laatste steek, keren.

    Row 9. Ch1, 1sc,*1dc (skip sp), 2sc, ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp), 3sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st),  2sc* repeat till last sp, 1dc (skip sp), 1sc in last st, turn.

    Toer 9. 1 losse, 1v, *1st (sla ruimte over) , 2v, 2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 1st (sla ruimte over), 3v, 1st, 2 lossen (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 2v* herhaal tot laatste ruimte, 1 st (sla ruimte over), 1v in laatste steek, keren
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com
     

    Row 9a. Ch1, 4sc, *ch2, 5sc* repeat to end, making 4sc instead of 5 in the end. Change to Yarn A in final st, turn.

    Toer 9a. 1 losse, 4v, *2 lossen, 5v* , herhaal tot einde toer, maar haak 4v i.p.v. 5v aan het eind. Wissel naar kleur A in laatste steek, keren

    Row 10. Ch1, *3sc, ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp), 2sc, ch2 (skip 1 st), 2sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st)* repeat till last 3 sts, 3sc to end, turn.

    Toer 10. 1 losse, *3v, 2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 1st (sla ruimte over), 2v, 2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 2v, 1st, 2 lossen (sla ruimte en volgende steek over)* herhaal tot laatste 3 steken, 3v tot einde toer, keren.
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Row 10a. Ch1, *3sc, ch2* repeat till last 3 sts, 3sc to end, change to Yarn B in final st, turn.

    Toer 10a. 1 losse, *3v, 2 lossen* herhaal toyt laatste 3 steken, 3v tot einde toer Wissel naar kleur B in laatste steek, keren.

    Row 11. Ch1, 2sc, *ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp), 2sc, ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+ next st), 2sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 1sc* repeat till last st, 1sc to end, turn.

    Toer 11. 1 losse, 2v, *2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 1st (sla ruimte over), 2v,2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 1st, 2 lossen (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 2v, 1st, 2 lossen (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 1v* herhaal tot laatste steek, 1v in laatste steek, keren
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Row 11a. Ch1, 2sc, *ch2, 3sc, ch2, 1sc* repeat till last st, 1sc to end, change to Yarn A in final st, turn.

    Toer 11a. 1 losse, 2v, *2 lossen, 3v, 2 lossen, 1v* herhaal tot laatste steek, 1v in laatste steek. Wissel naar kleur A in laatste steek, keren.

    Row 12. Ch1, 1sc, ch2 (ckip 1 st), *1dc (skip sp), 2sc, ch2 (skip 1 st), 1dc (skip sp), 1sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st), 2sc, 1dc, ch2 (skip sp+next st)* repeat till last st, 1sc to end, turn.

    Toer 12. 1 losse, 1v, 2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), *1st (sla ruimte over), 2v, 2 lossen (sla 1 steek over), 1st (sla ruimte over), 1v, 1st, 2 lossen (sla ruimte en volgende steek over), 2v, 1st, 2 lossen (sla ruimte en volgende steek over) * herhaal tot laatste steek, 1v in de laatste steek, keren.
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com
     
    Row 12a. Ch1, 1sc, ch2, *3sc, ch2* till last st, 1sc to end, change to Yarn B in final st, turn.

    Toer 12a. 1 losse, 1v, 2 lossen, *3v, 2 lossen* herhaal tot laatste steek, 1 v in laatste steek. Wissel naar kleur B in laatste steek, keren

    Row 13. Ch1, 1sc, *1dc (skip sp), 3sc* repeat till last sp, 1dc (skip 1 st), 1sc, turn.

    Toer 13. 1 losse, 1v, *1st (sla ruimte over), 3v* herhaal tot laatste ruimte, 1 st, (sla 1 steek over), 1v, keren
    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Row 13a (end of chart). Ch1, 1sc in each st to end, change to Yarn A in final st (cut Yarn B), turn.

    Toer13a (laatste toer van het schema). 1 losse, 1v in elke steek tot einde toer. Wissel naar kleur A in de laatste steek. (knip kleur B af) , keren

    Rows 14-15. Ch1, 1sc in each st to end, change to Yarn C in final st (cut Yarn A), turn.

    Toeren 14-15. 1 losse, 1v in elke steek tot einde toer. Wissel naar kleur C in de laatste steek van toer15. (knip kleur A af) , keren

    Here is my finished sample with 27 stitches (two repeats).
    Dit is mijn voorbeeld van 27 steken breed (2 patroon herhalingen):

    Nya Mosaic Blanket - FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Repeat Dividers and Geometrical stripes (chart) till you get desired length of the blanket.
    Herhaal de tussen strepen en Geometrische strepen (schema) tot de gewenste lengte van de deken.

    My colorway:


    Divider 2:
    Rows 1-2 with Yarn C
    Rows 3-4 with Yarn D
    Rows 5-6 with Yarn E
    Rows 7-8 with Yarn D
    Rows 9-10 with Yarn C

    Stripe 2: Yarns F and G

    Divider 3:
    Rows 1-2 with Yarn D
    Rows 3-4 with Yarn B
    Rows 5-6 with Yarn A
    Rows 7-8 with Yarn B
    Rows 9-10 with Yarn D

    Stripe 3: Yarns E and C

    Divider 4:
    Rows 1-2 with Yarn G
    Rows 3-4 with Yarn A
    Rows 5-6 with Yarn D
    Rows 7-8 with Yarn A
    Rows 9-10 with Yarn G

    Stripe 4: Yarns F and B

    Divider 5:
    Rows 1-2 with Yarn C
    Rows 3-4 with Yarn G
    Rows 5-6 with Yarn E
    Rows 7-8 with Yarn G
    Rows 9-10 with Yarn C

    Stripe 5: Yarns E and D

    Divider 6:
    Rows 1-2 with Yarn F
    Rows 3-4 with Yarn C
    Rows 5-6 with Yarn B
    Rows 7-8 with Yarn C
    Rows 9-10 with Yarn F


    Mijn kleurvolgorde:

    Tussen streep 2:
    Toeren 1-2 - kleur C
    Toeren 3-4 - kleur D
    Toeren 5-6 - kleur E
    Toeren 7-8 - kleur D
    Toeren 9-10- kleur C

    Geo streep 2: Kleuren F en G

    Tussen streep 3:
    Toeren 1-2 - kleur D
    Toeren 3-4 - kleur B
    Toeren 5-6 - kleur A
    Toeren 7-8 - kleur B
    Toeren 9-10- kleur D

    Geo streep 3: Kleuren E en C

    Tussen streep 4:
    Toeren 1-2 - kleur G
    Toeren 3-4 - kleur A
    Toeren 5-6 - kleur D
    Toeren 7-8 - kleur A
    Toeren 9-10- kleur G

    Geo streep 4: Kleuren F en B

    Tussen streep 5:
    Toeren 1-2 - kleur C
    Toeren 3-4 - kleur G
    Toeren 5-6 - kleur E
    Toeren 7-8 - kleur G
    Toeren 9-10- kleur C

    Geo streep 5: Kleuren E en D

    Tussen streep 6:
    Toeren 1-2 - kleur F
    Toeren 3-4 - kleur C
    Toeren 5-6 - kleur B
    Toeren 7-8 - kleur C
    Toeren 9-10- kleur F

    Border


    The pattern for the Border is the same as for Divider – worked along two long sides of the blanket. Color for another side of the blanket are given in brackets.

    Note: while working along the sides of the blanket, insert the hook under the floats of yarn on the side to hide them.

    Rand

    Het patroon voor de rand - langs de twee lange kanten van de deken - is hetzelfde als die van de tussen streep.
    De kleuren voor de andere kant staan tussen haakjes

    Tip: steek de naald in onder de losse draden aan de zijkant van de deken, om deze weg te werken.

    Row 1 (RS) Attach Yarn D (F) with ss in the corner before long side of the blanket. Ch2, 1dc along the side evenly, turn.
    Rows 2-10. Same as for Divider:
    Row 2 – continue with Yarn D (F),
    Rows 3-4 with Yarn G (C),
    Rows 5-6 with Yarn F (B),
    Rows 7-8 with Yarn G (C),
    Rows 9-10 with Yarn D (F).
    Fasten off, weave in ends, block blanket to measurements.

    Toer 1 (GK) Hecht met een halve vaste kleur D (F) aan in de hoek, in de 1e steek voor de lange zijkant. 2 lossen, haak (gelijkmatig) stokjes langs de lange zijkant, keren.
    Toeren 2-10. Als tussen streep:
    Toer 2 – ga verder met kleur D (F),
    Toeren 3-4 – kleur G (C),
    Toeren 5-6 – kleur F (B),
    Toeren 7-8 – kleur G (C),
    Toeren 9-10 – kleur D (F).
    Afhechten, werk losse draden weg, blok de deken.


    Congratulations!!! Your Nya Mosaic Blanket is now finished!
    Gefeliciteerd! Uw Nya Mosaic Blanket is klaar!

    Subscribe to a newsletter not to miss a single post. You can also follow me on FacebookPinterest and Instagram.






    © LillaBjörn's Crochet World. Design by MangoBlogs.