This crochet mosaic blanket was inspired by my love for mixing colors. I love to play around with colors and see what the outcome will bring. And i was impressed.
The mosaic crochet blanket promises warmth where ever you are.
It is worked using the very simplest and regular stitches you know. The SC– Single crochet and the DC– Double crochet snd yet keeps intself interesting as you go.
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My favourite type of crochet blanket projects are the ones that are not entirely hard and also do not make me totally bored at the end. I will be honest with you, working any project using the single crochet stitch requires some patience. So be sure to have that in mind as you are working on this mosaic crochet blanket
This pattern uses single crochet and double crochet to achieve the finished beautiful look, how you use the single and double crochet is where lies the secret, But i am about to share that with you so be sure to keep reading…..
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I will not say this mosaic blanket pattern is for beginners, even though the stitches are beginner friendly, the arrangement and having to read the chart may be too much stress of a beginner. So be sure to give the pattern a good read before you attempt to pick up the crochet hook.
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crochet mosaic blanket pattern
Learn mosaic crochet by crocheting this beautiful Afghan crochet pattern. If you love colorwork but hate carrying yarn and changing colours, you will love this crochet Afghan! Adding a double border eliminates having ends to weave in.
This mosaic Afghan crochet pattern
is a great pattern to learn mosaic crochet. Once you get going, the pattern is very repetitive. It looks stunning and complicated but believe me when I say it’s so much easier than you think! The pattern is simple to memorize and includes a video on my YouTube channel.
1. Yarn suitable for your 5.5 hook size
2. A – White – 1200 (2000) yds
3. B – blue – 600(920) yds
4. C – Sky blue – 280 (440) yds
Blo – Back Loop Only
Ch – Chain
Dc – Double Crochet
Flo – Front Loop Only
Rep – Repeat
RS- Right Side
Sc – Single Crochet
Sl – Slip
Sp – Space
St(s) – Stitch(es)
WS – Wrong Side
14 sts and 15 rows equal to 4″ with 5.0mm crochet hook in sc back loop only
Drop-down Dc – Drop-Down Double Crochet – Work a double crochet in the front loop of stitch 2 rows below.
Throw 50″ x 64″
Baby blanket 35″ x 44″
This pattern includes a baby and throw size blanket. This crochet blanket makes the perfect gift for a baby shower or housewarming. You will need to know how to chain, make a double crochet, and single crochet stitch.
the mosaic blanket
This pattern is worked in multiples of 12 plus 3. For the baby blanket ch 112 plus 3, for a throw ch 182 plus 3. For Rows 1 -2 you will work your colors just back loop sc all along placing a sc into both loops for the first and last sc. You will work row 1-25 as the pattern suggests, the rest will be a repetition of row 10-25 till you reach your desired size
how to read a mosaic crochet chart
The chart is read from right to left for each row. Rows are worked in alternating colours, as indicated on the left column. The entire row is worked in the colour stated. Ignore the colours displayed in each box; this shows how the pattern will look; you will not change colour throughout a row. A blank box indicates you will work a sc in the blo. A box marked with an X indicates working a drop-down double crochet. Work a single crochet through both loops for the first and last stitch of a row. When working mosaic crochet in rows, you will cut the yarn at the end of every row.
to make the double border
Connect yout yarn at the center of
your work with a different color from
your entire project.
Ch 1 and place a sl st all the way
round changing 2 at every corver.
Once you reach the end, connect
the border color of your choice and
place dc all the way round . when
you reach a corner place a dc, ch2 and dc in the same ch. Rep for 3 rounds. To connect the border, align the front and back border so all stitches align and connect them with sc all the way round placing 3 sc in the corners. Cut off yarn at the end and weave in the ends.