Wonder Crochet Blanket CAL 2016: Section 13

Woohoo! It’s time for my section of the Wonder Crochet Blanket CAL!

I’ve been waiting for this moment for quite a while now 😉

My section of the blanket has particular meaning to me. I created it as an homage to my Grandma, who taught me how to crochet.

My Grandma is an AWESOME crocheter. She was a great teacher and I owe my love of crochet to her! (Thanks Grandma! <3)

So today I’m sharing my part of the blanket with you, but I’m also sharing a part of my crochet journey…so thank you for taking this journey with me!

wonder cal crochet pattern 2016

Just a reminder: you should be using an I/5.5mm hook (or your equivalent) and worsted weight. For my sample, I used various Loops and Threads Impeccable colors.

Okay, let’s get started!

Depending on what section you chose to do for #12, you’ll have either a row of sc, hdc, or dc as your last row.

If your last row left you with the wrong side facing you, then you’re good to go! If it left you with the right side, do a row of hdc before you begin the pattern below.

Abbreviations:

sk – skip

ch – chain

sc – single crochet

hdc – half double crochet

dc – double crochet

fpdc – front post double crochet

fptr – front post treble crochet

bpdc – back post double crochet

BLO – back loops only

FLO – front loops only

Turning chains do NOT count as a stitch throughout. Repeats are in ( ).

R1: (right side) ch2, turn, (in BLO, 1 dc each in next 4 stitches; sk next st, in next st: 2dc, 2ch, 2dc; sk next st, in BLO, 1 dc each in next 4 stitches) repeat ( ) until end

R2: ch2, turn, (4hdc, ch1, sc in 2ch from last round, ch1, 4hdc) repeat ( ) until end

R3: ch2, turn, (in BLO, 1 dc each in next 4 stitches, skip the ch1, in sc from last round: 2hdc, ch1, 2hdc; skip next st; in BLO, 1 dc each in next 4 stitches) repeat ( ) until end

R4: ch2, turn, (4hdc, hdc in 1st hdc from cluster in last round, skip one hdc, hdc in ch, skip one hdc, hdc in 2nd hdc from cluster in last round, 4hdc) repeat ( ) until end

R5: ch2, turn, dc in each stitch across

R6: ch2, turn, (in FLO, 1 dc each in next 5 stitches, fptr, in FLO, 1 dc each in next 5 stitches) rep ( ) until end

R7: ch2, turn, (5bpdc, fpdc, 5bpdc) rep ( ) until end

R8: ch2, turn, hdc in each stitch across

That’s it!

I hope you enjoy this part of the Wonder CAL. Please feel free to comment below or email me with any questions! (jess@screentostitch.com)

Happy Crocheting!

 

 

 

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15 comments

  1. Debbie Dubien says:

    I need a some help with row 2 of wonder cal. What is the stitch placement….4 hdc, ch, sc….do you skip the 2 dc in the cluster before doing the sc in the space?

  2. Eliz says:

    I am having problems with this weeks instructions. Is it possible for you to show the stitches in row 2? I am having way too many stitches.
    Thank you!

  3. Linda Clarke says:

    Hi, I am having trouble with this part. Row 1 is ruffling. Could you please tell me what I am doing wrong?

  4. Deb says:

    Hi, Just need to know…..On the first row where it says 4DC in BLO but it doesnt say in which stitch this should go. I tried putting the 4DC in BLO in the first stitch from the hook and continued with the rest of the row but it seemed I had way too many stitches and started to ruffle.
    Please confirm where it should go. Thanks 🙂 Deb

  5. Beate Gravel says:

    Hi I usually download the patterns for the Wonder blanket and then I do them ……
    But on this page I am unable to download the pattern, because I am unable to find the button that will allow me to do this action…..
    Do you have any suggestions…

  6. Sandra says:

    Hello Jess!!!
    I am not able to print out this wonder call 13!!!
    Can you send me a link, please!!!
    Thank you!!!
    Sandra

  7. Patricia says:

    Do you have a picture of what this section 13 of the Wonder Blanket should look like?
    I am having a problem following the instructions. Thank you.
    Patricia

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