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Seersucker Crochet Baby Blanket

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Author Taraduff, LLC
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This blanket features a seersucker style manner of stitching done in 4-square motifs. The finished blanket measures 34 inches square. Basic stitches are used - this project is appropriate for someone familiar with basic crochet stitches and concepts.

Yarn used on the sample project is Mary Maxim's Sugar Baby Stripes in the color scheme mocha crunch. The self-striping yarn works itself into nice gradual-looking color changes throughout the blanket. This pattern would work equally well with a solid yarn as the seersucker pattern would show up nicely. The yarn used is a #3 dk weight (light worsted) - so any yarn in that weight would work nicely.

This pattern is written in US terms.

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5 skeins (1475 yds) Mary Maxim Sugar Baby Stripes (sample is made in the color Mocha Crunch) or same amount of any light-worsted or dk weight #3 yarn.
crochet hook needed to obtain correct gauge (G/6 4 mm is suggested)
scissors
yarn needle

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