The Island Stroll CAL 2022
SistersInStitch + Yarn and Colors
“Come away with me and take a stroll by the sea and listen to the song of the ocean on the
docks. Lets saunter in the sunlight and feel the summer slowly arrive, and take a walk in the deep woods of the island. Let’s exhale and take some time to simply be, to relax and create. Let’s travel in the mind to the Swedish archipelago and all the beauty it has to show.”
Blanket: Part 11: The Border: Part 2
A little note before we begin:
For this week we will be using different patterns for the blanket and pillow, if you are making the pillow you’ll find the pattern here.
Below you will find the downloadable blanket pattern files: one in color and one as a printer friendly version. As we only know how to speak English (and Swedish) here at SistersInStitch: the pattern are written in US-terms and the comprehensive stitch by stitch tutorials will be shown in that too.
In the Island Stroll CAL: Stitch Guide you will find techniques, abbreviation and terminology lists to help you out a long the way, and they are including UK and Swedish shortenings!
If you wish to view the pattern on your device: this is the file for you.
If you wish to print or just read the pattern without colors, this is the file for you.
All the tips, tricks and stitch descriptions that you’ll need throughout the CAL.
And as always, when the CAL is finished; the pattern and tutorials will all stay available here on SistersInStitch so that you can crochet whenever the time is right for you.
Now grab your yarn, scroll on down and let’s begin the crochet fun..
The Video Tutorial
The Written Pattern
Part 11: Border: Part 2
Special stitches used:
puff – puff stitch
dc3bobble – three double crochet bobble
crab st – crab stitch
rnd 4 (Cream/Cream/Rosé) Note! This is an independent round so you are to repeat this for all four slopes. Begin in any third sc placed before a first ch 1 + hdc from rnd 3:
*1 sl st in the next st, skip the next 3 sts (i.e. the 2 sc + 1 ch1-sp), (1 puff in the next hdc, skip the next ch1-sp) x 12 times, 1 puff in the next st, skip the next 3 sts, 1 sl st in the next st, close with an invisible join to the second st
– Per side: 2 sl st, 13 puffs
rnd 5 (Old Pink/Ice Blue/Pearl) Begin in the sixth sc from rnd 4 placed before any first sl st from rnd 3:
*1 sc in the next 4 sts, ch 1, skip the next 4 sts (i.e. 2 sc + 1 sl st + 1 puff), 1 dc3bobble + ch 1 around the space of the next 12 puffs, skip the next 4 sts, 1 sc in the next 122 sts; rep from * til end, close with an invisible join to the second st
– Per side: 12 dc3bobble, 13 ch1-sps, 126 sc
rnd 6 (Pearl/Ecru/Eucalyptus) Note! For this rnd you’ll be working in stitches from both rnd 3 and 5. Begin in any third sc placed before a first ch1-sp from rnd 5:
*1 sc in next 2 sts from rnd 5, 1 FPsc around the next sc from rnd 3, 1 FPhdc around the next 2 scs from rnd 3, 1 FPdc around the next sc from rnd 3 (which already holds a sl st from rnd 4), (1 FPsc around the next dc3bobble, 1 sc around the next ch1-sp from rnd 5) x 11 times, 1 FPsc around the next dc3bobble from rnd 5, 1 FPdc around the next st from rnd 3 (which already holds a sl st from rnd 4), 1 FPhdc around the next 2 scs from rnd 3, 1 FPsc around the next sc from rnd 3, 1 sc in the next 121 scs from rnd 5; rep from * til end, close with an invisible join to the second st
– Per side: 134 sc, 14 FPsc, 4 FPhdc, 2 FPdc
rnd 7 (Pearl/Ecru/Eucalyptus) Note! This is an independent rnd so you repeat this for all four slopes. Begin in a first sc before a first FPsc:
1 sc in the next st, 1 FPhdc around the next 4 sts, 1 sc in next 23 sts, 1 FPhdc around the next 4 sts, 1 sc in the next st, fasten off your ends
– Per repeat: 25 sc, 8 FPhdc
Your Island Stroll Blanket is now finished!
We hope you have had a lovely time making it and will treasure it for years to come. Thank you for joining our yarn adventure. If you share on social media: please use our official hashtag #IslandStrollCAL cause we would love to see it!
Until next time..
Tess & the Yarn And Colors-team
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