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Entrelac Crochet Blanket Part 1

September 9, 2012 in Basic crochet

Click Show more: The hook is a wooden or bamboo hook I purchased from a thrift store I believe it’s an M or 9mm hook. I used a little over two 7 oz skeins of yarn for a lap blanket. I do not know how much it will take for something larger. Part one of the series. Entrelac Crochet Blanket. This will be a crochet-along. Follow the link in the annotations to the next video. The formula to figure out how many chains to make is to Make 10 chains for each beginning square add 1 chain for each square (for the chain that joins the squares together. ) Minus 1 chain. (There is one less join than there is squares. ) Example: 3 starting squares: 3 x 10= 30. 30 +3 =33. 33-1=32. so chain 32 for a center of 3 squares. “Can you make bigger squares?” has been asked several times, so here is the answer to that question: “…you could make it twice the size and do 20 chains for each square. … you just need an even number that is a multiple of 5. Don’t forget to add the chains that go between the squares. …Bigger squares would mean you could cross-stitch onto them too!

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