Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Free Crochet Pattern ~ Lucky Candy Kisses Baby Cot Blanket

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 Luckily Candy Kisses Baby Cot Blanket




This pattern is for a beautiful baby cot blanket. The blanket is made from 100% soft Turkish cotton so need to worry about allergies to wool. The blanket is called Lucky Candy Kisses because the plain part of the pattern is in rows of 5, which is lucky in some cultures, the Candy because of the colour and the kisses as the differing rows are made by x stitches. 

The pattern is in US terms

Items required 
4 mm (H) hook
490g – 520g approximately 692 – 1020  yards (4 balls) of Chic Cotton Yarn (Marshmallow Flirt) – by Figgi Yarns, available for worldwide delivery from Xena Knits
This would look fantastic in any colour and unisex. Chic Cotton Yarn available in 6 colours













Stitch marker
Wool needle
If you have any problems please email me at: susand1408@gmail.com or find me at http://www.crochetaddictuk.com
Guidelines
At the end of each round just carry on, do not join with a slip stitch unless otherwise marked. 
Mark the start of each round and then move marker as a round is completed.
HK – hook CH – chain SS – Slip Stitch
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC - Double Corchet
DCCR - Double Crochet Cross Stitch – Miss 1 Stitch, DC in the next Stitch, DC in the stitch you missed to create a X. For the next stitch miss the stitch you have already worked, miss 1 stitch, dc in next stitch, then dc in the stitch you missed that hasn’t been worked. 
Gauge
8 sts x 6 rows = 2"
Approximate Size
Width 28” (71cm) Length 36”(91.5cm)
Approximate Yardage
692 – 1020  yards (4 balls)

Lucky Candy Kisses Baby Cot Blanket
4mm (H) hook & Chic from Figgi Yarns
Ch 97
Row 1) 1 hdc in 3rd ch from hk, 94 hdc, ch 2, turn (95)
Row 2-5)             95 hdc, ch 2, turn (95)
Row 6) 47 dccr’s, 1 dc, ch 2, turn (95)
Row 7 – 11)                 95 hdc, ch 2, turn (95)
Row 12) 47 dccr’s, 1 dc, ch 2, turn (95)


Row 13 - 85) Repeat rows 7-12 ~ 13 times 
                                                                                                
                                                                                                
                                                                                   
Row 86 - 89)             95 hdc, ch 2, turn (95)
Row 90) 95 hdc, ch 1 (95)
Round 91) sc around the whole blanket putting 3 sc in each corner, ss to join to 1st sc
Round 92 – 93)    ch 2, hdc around, with 3 hdc in each corner, ss to join to top of ch 2
Round 94) Ch 2, dccr around the whole blanket (do not put extra stitches in the corners), join with ss to the top of the ch 2 (if you are left with one stitch at the end put a dc in this stitch)
Round 95) Ch 2, hdc around, with 3 hdc in each corner, ss to join to the top of the ch 2
Round 96) Ch 2, hdc around, with 3 hdc in each corner, ss to join to the top of the ch 2, finish

Patterns are just for your own personal use. Do not distribute the pattern without permission.  You may sell the items you make but please give credit to me for the pattern.
If there are any problems with the pattern or you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.


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2 comments:

  1. Hi Sue,nth is is a beautiful blanket and I love the color of it!
    Julie

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    1. Julie,
      Thanks ever so much. I am so glad you like it.
      Sue

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