MooglyCAL2020 Block 21 is a fun and lovely square by Mamas2Hands! Texture and color combine - without too many ends! Read on for all the details, and for the link to Block #21 in this free year-long crochet along!
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The 2020 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: Flower Power Square and Moorish Tiles
February: Bright Star and Triple Textures
March: Nadine and Lotus In Bloom
April: Blooming With Hope, Waves and Stripes, Spiral Rings
May: Twists and Turns and Framed Herringbone
June: Eye of the Storm and Lime Sherbert
July: Vitis Vinifera and Crossed Stripes
August: Hydrangea Blossom and 2020 MooglyCAL Square
September: Mosaic Crochet and Serenity Now
October: Sintra Square, THIS POST, and 29
November: 12 and 25
MooglyCAL 2020 Wrap Up and MooglyCAL2021 Announcement: December 31 (subject to change)
Pebbled Star Afghan Square
Above are the originals, made with 4 colors of With Love. Below is my version, made in my 4 colors of With Love!
My Notes: This block is lovely, interesting, and a great evening project! One tip I wanted to share is that the hdc stitches next to chains like to hide when you are working in turned rounds - so if you seem to be a stitch short, that might well be the issue. And as always, be sure to read through all the notes and special stitches before you begin.
Helpful Links and Tutorials: Crochet Abbreviations; Magic Circle; Bobble Stitch; Loose Slip Stitch; Standing Single Crochet; seamless finishing; Post Stitches; Surface Single Crochet.
Sizing: My square was coming a bit big, so I stopped after Rnd 17. But 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:
Color A: Lilac
Color B: White
Color C: Aubergine
Color D: Light Gray
This square benefited from a light blocking. To block this square, I used the wet blocking method and a Chetnanigans BlocksAll Ultra blocking board and Perfecting Strips.
CLICK HERE FOR THE PATTERN FOR BLOCK #21!
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