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Do you like C2C crochet blanket patterns? The Acorn Square is a part of the Harvest Blanket Free crochet C2C CAL through November with 3 squares released each week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Harvest C2C Crochet Blanket Idea
The CAL is hosted by E’Claire Makery and as always, I was happy to collaborate with some of my awesome designer friends.
The blanket pattern contains 12 squares inspired by crisp fall mornings, pumpkin patches, sunflowers, and the harvest season. It is perfect for all fall lovers! It’s such a beautiful blanket that you’ll want to use each fall season.AL.
There are 2 ways you can join the fun:
- Collect the patterns as they are released. Each square will be a free chart on the designer’s blog post.
- Purchase the bundle of all of the squares for an amazing $10.00 during the CAL!! The price will go up after the CAL is over.
- I would be super grateful if you would use my affiliate link by clicking the button below.
The Acorn Square will be available for download as a free chart here from November 16 th.
What is the Harvest C2C Crochet Blanket CAL?
The Harvest Blanket is a gorgeous C2C crochet blanket pattern designed by 7 crochet designers (including myself), gathered by E’Claire Makery and each square features a different C2C crochet element.
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As a C2C beginner, I have to say that the technique is fairly easy and you can make a square quickly… Unless you have more than 3 colors, or color portions. I used a few bobbins and in some parts I carried a yarn along. The final project is beautiful. Keep reading to find out how to take part.
ABOUT THE ACORN SQUARE PATTERN
If you are C2C beginner like me, I’m telling you – you can do it! Go ahead, give it a try and let me know please how that worked out for you.
And if you above all that love CALs, this is a great opportunity to start.
• Yarn: #4 weight yarn 4 colors
I used Stylecraft Special Aran (3.53 oz/100 g | 240 meters (262 yards) per skein for my sample, approximately 330 m ( 360yds) for the whole square.
• Hook: 5mm hook [US H/8]
• Scissors, tapestry needle, blocking mat (optional but highly recommended)
- Each square on the chart counts for one C2C square.
- The chart is read starting from the bottom right worked diagonally up to the top.
- This pattern uses US crochet terminology.
- The pattern is made using the C2C crochet technique.
- Square is made using hdc stitch.
The Acorn Square is the last, 9th square of the lovely Harvest Blanket CAL. Iff you missed some of the squares, you can get them all in one lovely compiled E-book.
If you want the written instructions and the graphs for all 12 beautiful the Harvest Blanket afghan squares, you can get them by clicking the button below!
And the last square of the gorgeous Harvest Blanket CAL is here. You can get the free copy of the Acorn Square written instructions and the chart by following the link below on Wednesday, November 16th, using the code: ACORN.
To check out the other squares go to the main post by following the link below.
You can purchase written instructions for the square, along with the chart and written instructions with squares (which I personally found the most helpful) in my Ravelry or Etsy store below.
Join the crochet along!
I make every effort to publish the patterns as accurately as possible. Even though these patterns have been tested, there’s always a possibility for small errors to slip by. Please be assured that if any errors are found the pattern will be updated and you will automatically receive an email informing you of the update if purchased through Ravelry.
This pattern is for personal use only and cannot be changed, sold, distributed, or reproduced in any way. It is not to be used for educational purpose without written permission from Frankie Kate. You cannot sell or change the pattern but you are more than welcome to sell any of the items made from my patterns but PLEASE would you tag #FrankieKate or @frankie.kate_ when sharing your creations on Instagram or Facebook? So I can share them and celebrate with you!