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Sweetpea Blanket CAL Part Four

Sweetpea Blanket CAL Part Four
By Florence Roberts 3 years ago

The fourth instalment of our very special crochet along 'The Sweetpea Blanket CAL' is here. Designed by Sue Rawlinson of Sweetpea Family Crochet this delightful spring blanket is made up of simple crochet stitches and is suitable for beginners.

Download part four here >

If you missed out on any of the other instalments of our special CAL then don't worry, you can download them here:

Download part one here >

Download part two here >

Download part three here >

You can still get hold of the exclusive yarn colour pack for just £15.99. The pack includes all the yarn you need to crochet up your own blanket.

Buy your yarn colour pack here >

Read about how Sue Rawlinson became such a successful crochet influencer and designer in our exclusive interview.

Read the interview here>

Part four is a continuation of V stitch and trebles!

Keep scrolling for a helpful guide on how to crochet the blanket, and the stitches used.

Row 109 and 110: Work 1ch and then 1dc in each st to end. 

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Row 111: Work V stitch: 3ch and then 2tr in next st.

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Skip the next st, 2tr in next st. 

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Continue referring to the pattern. Working 1tr in last st. Change to the next colour at the end of the row.

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Row 112: Work 3ch, then work 2 tr in the space between the 2 tr group. 

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Continue to the last stitch, work 1tr in last st. 

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Continue with your project using your pattern as a guide.

That's it for part four. We hope you enjoyed it and are looking forward to part five, the final instalment! It will be released on 27th April so stay tuned!

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Happy crocheting!

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