MooglyCAL2023 Block 10 is a labyrinth of amazing crochet by Celtic Knot Crochet! The Celtic Blanket Square is clever and impressive, but surprisingly simple to assemble! Get all the details for this free crochet along, as well as the free pattern link below!
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The 2023 Moogly CAL Schedule
Each number represents the date of that month that the square will be shared here on Moogly. After its release, the number will be replaced with a link to that square's post on subsequent squares' posts.
January: That 70s Square and Jan's Joy-full Jamboree Block
February: Garden Gables and Bluebell Afghan Square
March: Granny Around the Block, Framed Carnation Square, and Framed Tidal Moon Square
April: All Lined Up Blanket Square and Fairy Wings Square
May: THIS POST and 25
June: 8 and 22
July: 6 and 20
August: 3, 17, and 31
September: 14 and 28
October: 12 and 26
November: 9 and 22
Celtic Blanket Square
by Celtic Knot Crochet
Above you can see the squares that she made, featuring 3 colors. Below is my CAL square, in my 3 colors!
My Notes: Jennifer always brings us a new twisty challenge, and this one might be my favorite so far! This wasn't a quick one for me - it took a couple of evenings, and a bit of concentration to get the weaving just right. But it was lots of fun! The stitches themselves are simple, so don't let this one intimidate you. There's a video tutorial to help, and lots and lots of great pictures.
Helpful Links and Tutorials: Hdc2tog, Back Loop Only, Standing Single Crochet, Standing Double Crochet, and Seamless Finishing.
Sizing: My square was coming out a bit large, so I worked Rnd 4 of the Edging in single crochet and stopped after that rnd. But everyone's gauge is 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 Susan Bates US-J, 6.0 mm Twist and Lock hook, and Red Heart With Love, and my color scheme was as follows (see pics for more info on placement):
Cords: Pewter with Light Gray Edgings
Final Edging Rnds: White
This square required mild blocking. I used the wet blocking method, or you could use light steam.
CLICK HERE FOR THE PATTERN FOR BLOCK #10 AND THE VIDEO TUTORIAL
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I enjoy all your knots!! Thank you! I cannot understand how one manages to create such gorgeous pieces of art to share with us.. pPlease, don't ever stop!