Welcome to Day three of our Plaid Blanket CAL! Today’s crochet antlers blanket square adds a bit of rustic woodland flair to our plaid blanket. This CAL is brought to you by Red Heart, all creatives, patterns and opinions are 100% my own. This post contains affiliate links which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you, thanks for your support!
Hey all! This is another square for our plaid patchwork blanket that isn’t plaid, however, I thought the rustic nature of this antler square would work wonderfully with the project. I do want you to make your blanket how YOU want, so if antlers are too woodsy for you, just make 2 extra squares of one of the other designs.
I don’t really know what happened here, but the light antler square turned out better than the dark one! I would recommend having a light background for that reason. And keep in mind that finer color work in turning rows will look less-than-perfect up close, so just remember to respect the process and understand it won’t have perfectly defined lines.
CROCHET ANTLERS BLANKET SQUARE
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Gauge: Not important, but if you want the exact same finished size as mine, make sure your foundation is approx. 9″ wide.
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Ch does not count as a stitch, work the first st of each row in the same st as the chain.
Make 2 CROCHET ANTLER BLANKET SQUARES
2. – 35. Work the graph, treating each square as a sc, working with White and Charcoal.
Notes: Use bobbins with dark gray yarn for the inside antler spikes and carry the same white strand through entire row. On row 27, when working the second antler, you will carry the gray when you come to it (on the inside spike) so you can use it when you need it on the main spike. Once you are finished with the inside spikes, you can drop the bobbins and work with one gray on each side.
With white (or color of your background): Sc evenly all around the square, working 3 sc in each corner. Weave in ends.
Make TWO of these crochet antler blanket squares and add ’em to your pile! See you tomorrow for square #4!
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