Inspired by geometric mid-century wall art, this MCM (mid-century modern) throw blanket will keep you interested from start-to-finish since nearly every row involves changing colors. Perfect for any crocheter looking for an easy project that requires a little bit of counting and a lot of color!
Yardage: 7 skeins or 1320 yds (1207 m) of MC (Fisherman), 8 skeins or 1075 yds (983 m) of AC (Rust)
If substituting Vanna’s Choice, choose any similar, category #4 worsted weight yarn that matches gauge. Always swatch before beginning to ensure you are happy with the resulting fabric.
Hook: Size U.S. H/8 (5 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, several locking stitch markers to help with seaming
All measurements given are after blocking.
Finished blanket measures approximately 52” (132 cm) square.
Each square measures approximately 16” (41 cm) square.
Each panel (comprised of 3 squares) measures approximately 16” (41 cm) in width and 48” (121 cm) in length.
Skill Level: Easy - just note that you will be working into row-ends for some of the steps!
Reversible: There is no right side or wrong side to this stitch pattern. You choose which side to display as the “right side.”
Color Chart: A full intarsia color chart is included on the next page. Each square follows this same color chart. Written instructions are included on the following page.
Construction: This blanket is constructed by working three panels, each consisting of three squares. These three panels are seamed together, then a border is worked around the perimeter of the blanket.
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE: Immediately after purchase, you will instantly receive a digital download of the PDF crochet pattern. Please include your email when prompted (be sure it's spelled correctly). Please send me an email if you don’t receive the download link!