Relax and enjoy Block #13 in the MooglyCAL2019 – courtesy of The Purple Poncho! This graphic crochet square pattern features tons of texture with simple but clever moves!
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The 2019 Moogly CAL Schedule
Each number represents the date of that month that the square will be shared here on Moogly. After it’s release, the number will be replaced with a link to that square’s post on subsequent square’s posts.
JANUARY: Striped Flower Garden & Festive Julie Ann
FEBRUARY: Persephone Square & Pinwheel Block
MARCH: Spring Dance Garden Flower & Parapet Block
APRIL: Farmhouse Square & Strawberry Blossom
MAY: Butterfly Vibe & Viola’s Gardenia & ACCROchet Block
JUNE: Hexi Askew & THIS POST
JULY: 11 & 25
AUGUST: 8 & 22
SEPTEMBER: 5 & 19
OCTOBER: 3 & 17 & 31
NOVEMBER: 14 & 27
Center Circle Square
by The Purple Poncho
Above is the original made in 5 colors! Below, you can see my version, made with my 4 colors!
My Notes: This pattern is a quick and easy one, with a bunch of clever texture! Great for a relaxing evening! Note that her alt dc is the same as my Chainless Starting Double Crochet (tutorial linked below). I also do recommend using stitch markers for the turned rounds to help you keep track of the first and last stitch of each round.
Helpful Links and Tutorials: Crochet Abbreviations; Chainless Starting Double Crochet; Standing Double Crochet; Standing Half Double Crochet; Standing Single Crochet; Post Stitches; The Third Loop; Seamless Finishing
Sizing: When making my square, I was coming up just a little short after Rnd 10, so for Rnd 11 I made dc stitches instead of hdc, and from there it worked out to 12″. Remember, everyone’s gauge and tension level are different so be sure to measure as you go. Learn how to adjust for size HERE to make sure all your squares are the same size. Remember that the 12″ is measured across and up and down – not diagonally corner to corner.
What I Did: I used a Furls US-J, 6.0 mm hook and Red Heart With Love, and my color scheme was as follows: Rnd 1-2: Navy, Rnd 3-4: True Blue, Rnd 5-6: Bluebell, Rnd 7-8, White, Rnd 9: Navy, Rnd 10: True Blue, Rnd 11: Bluebell, and Rnd 12: White.
To print or download the pattern for free
CLICK HERE for PrintFriendly.com and enter the pattern URL there. The usual method does not work with this site, leaving a couple other options. You can still use the Print Friendly browser extension – If you need help with Print Friendly, please see the tutorial here. Or you can copy and paste to a word style document. Alternatively, if you are on a mobile device or tablet, you can bookmark the live page (which always guarantees you’ll see the latest version) or take screenshots.
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