Day two of our Plaid Blanket CAL brings us this lovey crochet geometric blanket square. It’s made of all dc stitches and uses and graph, it’s one of the quickest squares for the 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!
When I was brainstorming ideas for this blanket, I knew I wanted to mix it up with some non-plaid squares. I hope you will forgive me and I really hope you will love how all the different designs work together.
This geometric square is really fun to make, it’s probably the one that will take you the least amount of time to complete and it’s rather satisfying to finish. It uses only 2 colors and the DC stitches makes it go fast.
CROCHET GEOMETRIC BLANKET SQUARE
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– 6mm Hook
– Red Heart Soft
3 Light Heather Gray
1 Really Red or Berry Red
– Darning Needle
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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Notes: Ch does not count as a stitch, work the first st of each row in the same st as the chain. You may also notice this block as an extra row. This was necessary to make the design work! Be sure to block all your squares and you shouldn’t have any trouble sewing them together.
Make 3 geometric squares
2. – 18. Work the graph alternating between Light Heather Gray and White. The squares on each graph equal TWO dc stitches. This can be confusing, but think that one dc is not a square, but two together make a square shape.
With Light Heather Gray: Sc evenly all around the square, working 3 sc in each corner. Weave in ends.
Make sure you make THREE of this square. See you tomorrow for Square #3!
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