Crochet Boxed Block Stitch Blanket Pattern

Crochet Boxed Block Stitch Blanket Pattern

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Crochet Boxed Block Stitch Afghan

Crochet Boxed Block Stitch Afghan

Crochet Boxed Block Stitch Blanket

Crochet the Boxed Block Stitch Blanket, a design by me. I originally designed a very close example of this back in 2011. Upon reviewing my pattern and growing in skill levels at a designer, I decided to revisit the pattern to see my notes.

I realized, my pattern is written terribly and the yarn was discontinued, so I re-worked the pattern to be easier and using Bernat Velvet yarn instead.

Once you get into the Boxed Block Section, the pattern repeats every 6 rounds. Using the 4 balls suggested for this afghan, you can have a much bigger afghan than what Puss Puss is lying on. With neat intentional colour transitions in my stitchwork, you can have this very soft example blanket.

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