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If you are looking for a lacy, airy square to make a traditional throw or afghan, you should definitely consider the midnight walk square. This is a very classic lace-like square with a 'suspended' center section and a denser edge to hold its shape. The edge can be combined with

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A great project for advanced crocheters. You must try it if you want to improve your skills. It is a pre-release note. The pattern will be published soon and we will let you know when it happens. A square is approximately 10'x 10' with a 4.5 mm hook, but you can

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UK terms (US terms in brackets) I have seen this pattern described as Front Post Granny Square and as Trebling Granny Square. I figured out how to do it from a video on an Instagram account (@gulay_degirmenci) not in English. I haven’t found a written tutorial in English so here goes: If you can do a granny square you can do this. It is a simple stitch that is very effective. If you have any problems or questions, please feel free to ask in the comments below and I will do my best to answer. I used Stylecraft Special DK in white, cloud blue and aster. Using white make the first 2 rows of a granny square ( I start with a magic circle but you can also do 4 or 5 chains and slip stitch into the first chain to make a loop. Chain 2, 2 trebles (US double), 2 chains, 3 trebles, 2 chains, 3 trebles, 2 chains, 3 trebles into circle, join to top of beginning 2 chains with a half treble (US half double). I always turn my work over after each round to prevent twisting. 2nd round: 2 chains & 2 trebles in first corner, 3 trebles, 2 chains & 3 trebles in each of the next 3 corners, 3 trebles in first corner and join to top of beginning 2 chains with a half treble. Turn work over) 3rd round: with cloud blue, start with a standing treble or 2 chains in any corner, 2 trebles in same corner. 1 treble in next space. Here you can see where the next stitch will go (you will insert hook behind the middle treble in the cluster below). Front post stitch: Yarn over hook twice then insert hook behind the middle treble in the cluster below. Yarn over hook and pull hook back through (4 loops on hook). Yarn over hook, pull through one loop ( 4 loops on hook). Yarn over hook, pull through 2 loops ( do this 3 times in total). Then make another treble in the same space as the first treble. 3 trebles in the corner space. 2 chains and 3 trebles to complete the corner. Continue round the square in the same way, finishing with 3 trebles and a half treble to join to the first treble or starting chains. Turn work over. 4th round: 2 chains & 3 trebles in first corner. 3 trebles in each space. 3 trebles, 2 chains & 3 trebles in each corner. Finishing with 3 trebles in first corner and a half treble to join. Turn work over. 5th round: with aster, start as 3rd round. Standing treble or 2 chains to start and 2 trebles in any corner. Treble in next space. Front post stitch as described in 3rd round. Then another treble in the same space as the first. Treble in next space. (Hook shows where the front post stitch will go, behind the front post stitch from round 3) Front post stitch and treble in same space. Treble, front post stitch & treble in next space. 3 trebles in corner space Continue round square. Treble, front post stitch and treble in each space. 3 trebles, 2 chains and 3 trebles in corners. Finishing with 3 trebles in first corner and half treble to join. Turn work over. 6th round: 3 trebles in each space. 3 trebles, 2 chains & 3 trebles in each corner space. Continue for as many rounds as you need to make the size you want. Here are some ideas using this pattern: Blanket made with 5 colours, white, cloud blue, aster, royal and midnight. Four squares start with midnight. Five squares start with white. Squares are joined with join as you go method. Front Post Granny Square (click photo to go to instructions) Continuous Join Front Post Granny Square Blanket (click photo to go to instructions) Rainbow Front Post Granny Square

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My love affair with Romantic Floral Blocks continues. Again, a large floral-themed, boho block that can be as zany and colourful as you like, or completely toned down in classic pastels or elegant neutrals. This 20” x 20”/ 51cm x 51cm cushion sized block can also be used as repeats or a central block in a full-sized blanket, afghan, lap-ghan, table runner or bag frontispiece. I’ve designed each round in such a way that, depending on how you use your colours, light, and dark shades, the flower pattern will change! No two blocks will look the same! I really had fun making this block so I do hope you will too. Enjoy! ALL THE EXTENSIONS FROM THE “TEA” series will fit this block if you wish to extend it to a Throw size. PLEASE NOTE: you should receive 3 x Files. 1/ Pattern Information with Videos Only 2/ Text Pattern with Video Links/ No Photo Tutorial 3/ All the Pattern Images There is an errata file available: please email me at jenshooksandtales@gmail .com I used 1 x 100 ball for each colour ( with yarn left over from each ball to make at least 2 x blocks ). For the borders and outline, order an extra 100g ball. Colourways Scheepjes Colour Crafter 100% Acrylic DK Colourway One / Colourway Two 1 x Almelo 1316 / Nijmegen 1712 1 x Goes 1820 / Goes 1820 1 x Verviers 2017 / Den Bosch 1241 1 x Enschede 1824 / Assen 1065 2 x Hasselt 2010 / Zandvoort 1218 ( the border ) 1 x Wolvega 1099 / Venlo 1080 1 x Veenendaal 106 / Dordrecht 1062 1 x Ameland 1725 / Alphen 1722 2 x Rotterdam 1063 / Pollare 2018 1 x Ermelo 1710/ - Kortrijk 2009 1 x Sint Niklaas 2019/ - http://www.scheepjes.com/en/yarn/colour-crafter

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