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Crystal Star Block | Sweet Lilac Crochet Along Part 2

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Today I am sharing part 2 of our Sweet Lilac Crochet Along with you! If you are just joining us you can find out more info about this crochet along here. To sum it up, we are making a quilt inspired throw using a fun join as you go C2C technique. 

Part of what makes doing a CAL fun is sharing with other crocheters who are also participating. I invite you to join my crochet group on Facebook, this is a great place to share your progress, ask questions and participate in other fun yarny shenanigans.

This blanket pattern assumes knowledge of the Corner to Corner (C2C) stitch. If you need a tutorial please check out this post

The Crystal Star Block

Corner to Corner Quilt Square Crochet Along | The Unraveled Mitten

This week’s square is called the Crystal Star Block. Isn’t it fun! Now completely by accident, this block and last week’s block have the same exact triangle pattern, just a different color layout. 

So what does that mean? That means I did not make a new video tutorial since it would be the same (except a few color changes). Don’t worry though I have already started filming a tutorial for block #3. 

You can watch last week’s video here. (Don’t forget to hit that like button and also subscribe to my channel, I’ll be adding a new video each week)

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Corner to Corner (C2C) Quilt Square Throw Blanket Crochet Along | Sweet Lilac CAL | The Unraveled Mitten

Let’s Get Started, here’s what you need:

-Your worsted weight yarn. I used 4 coordinating colors and my main color (white). Please feel free to use your scraps or stash for this project. Just be sure that your main color stays the same for the entire block. Also, the design will stand out more if there’s a high contrast between your main color and coordinating colors.

-5mm hook

-scissors, tapestry needle

Guage: Each 7×7 c2c block should measure approx: 5 in square

You’ll also need the printable chart. Click on the picture below to download it. 

If you want the line by line written instructions of the increases/decreases and color changes, you can purchase the ad-free pdf version of this pattern on Ravelry. It’s only $5 and I will update the pattern as each new square is released. 

Starting Method and direction For Each Block

Note: place a stitch marker on block number 1 once it’s in position to start block 2. This will mark the “front” side. All blocks start on the front side. 

Starting method photo tutorial

Block 1: work as the chart says. Position so corners are horizontal before starting block 2

Block 2: start with ch 6, the first tile should be vertical

Block 3: start with ch 3, the first tile should be horizontal

Block 4: start with ch 6, the first tile should be vertical

Block 5: start with ch 3, the first tile should be vertical

Block 6: start with ch 3 and attach to block 5, the first tile should be horizontal

Block 7: start with ch 6, the first tile should be vertical

Block 8: start with ch 3 and attach to block 7, the first tile should be horizontal

Block 9: start with ch 6, the first tile should be horizontal

Block 10: start with ch 6, the first tile should be vertical

Block 11: start with ch 3 and attach to block 10, the first tile should be horizontal

Block 12: start with ch 6, the first tile should be vertical

Block 13: start with Ch 3, the first tile should be vertical

Block 14: start with Ch 3 and attach to block 13, the first tile should be horizontal

Block 15: start with ch 6, the first tile should be vertical

Block 16: start with ch 3 and attach to block 15, the first tile should be horizontal


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5 comments

    • Heather says:

      Its line by line in the sense of this is how many increase rows, change color here, do this many decrease rows per block. I did just add a pdf with the c2c instructions written out, but again this doesn’t include the joining instructions. Those are solely on the video. If I wrote them out without a visual aide it would be like gibberish. This project is worked in a standard c2c stitch the only thing different is the beginnings and ends of squares/rows.

  1. Pam Sauce says:

    I guess I will eventually learn how to follow you. I missed the chart because of the banner across it. Yes I didnt read the entire email. I’ve paid the price to learn the system. If I buy the pattern, is it $5 a week or will each week be emailed automatically?

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