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Crochet Pattern, Abacus Blanket, Baby, Afghan, Throw

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These nifty little “mock bullion” stitches in rainbow hues definitely remind me of those colorful wooden math helpers you find in children’s school rooms. I’m a fan of the look of a bullion stitch, I just find there is no rhythm and joy in working them. But this nifty little “mock bullion” stitch is super easy (plus, I include a bunch of pictures of how to do it) in the thoroughly tested and detailed written pattern.

One of my testers, Lorrie, said this about the pattern:

“Ok let me just start with…mind blown!!!! What an awesome stitch! The pattern read correctly and easily. Your instructions and pictures make me feel like I can do anything!”

The pattern includes:
~complete materials section including yarn colors/quantities used in the sample
~notes, abbreviations, and special stitches sections
~detailed written pattern (standard US terms)
~bonus picture section (no need to print to complete the blanket as written) for a little extra help, if needed
~multiples number to adjust dimensions of your blanket

Sample Blanket dimensions: Sample blanket with border: 34 in X 37 in (86.5 cm X 94 cm)

The sample blanket requires approximately 1400-1450 yards (1280-1325m) of yarn.

Suggested materials: (but you can use any yarn colors/weight you wish)
~I (5.5mm) hook
~17 colors worsted weight yarn (1 skein each color) with 3 skeins of contrasting/border color

Skill level: intermediate only because of some interesting stitches/placement but with the pictures included could be worked by an ambitious beginner

Written in standard US crochet terms.

***To download your pattern: Once payment has cleared, you will receive an email from Etsy. It will contain a link that you must click to download your pattern.*** Please check your spam folder if you have not received it. You will need Adobe Acrobat to read this pattern; it can be downloaded free online (www.adobe.com).

The PDF file will be available to you just after the payment and any time in the future. Simply go to

https://www.etsy.com/your/purchases

and click the “Download Files” blue button on the right side of your purchase.

Due to the nature of patterns, this pattern may not be returned or exchanged. All sales are final. This pattern may not be redistributed or copied in any way.

Finished items may be sold, I just ask that you give credit to me, Susan Carlson at FeltedButton.com for the pattern.

Keep in the “Button” loop:
Facebook.com/FeltedButton
Pinterest.com/FeltedButton
FeltedButton.com (Blog)
These nifty little “mock bullion” stitches in rainbow hues definitely remind me of those colorful wooden math helpers you find in children’s school rooms. I’m a fan of the look of a bullion stitch, I just find there is no rhythm and joy in working them. But this nifty little “mock bullion” stitch is super easy (plus, I include a bunch of pictures of how to do it) in the thoroughly tested and detailed written pattern.

One of my testers, Lorrie, said this about the pattern:

“Ok let me just start with…mind blown!!!! What an awesome stitch! The pattern read correctly and easily. Your instructions and pictures make me feel like I can do anything!”

The pattern includes:
~complete materials section including yarn colors/quantities used in the sample
~notes, abbreviations, and special stitches sections
~detailed written pattern (standard US terms)
~bonus picture section (no need to print to complete the blanket as written) for a little extra help, if needed
~multiples number to adjust dimensions of your blanket

Sample Blanket dimensions: Sample blanket with border: 34 in X 37 in (86.5 cm X 94 cm)

The sample blanket requires approximately 1400-1450 yards (1280-1325m) of yarn.

Suggested materials: (but you can use any yarn colors/weight you wish)
~I (5.5mm) hook
~17 colors worsted weight yarn (1 skein each color) with 3 skeins of contrasting/border color

Skill level: intermediate only because of some interesting stitches/placement but with the pictures included could be worked by an ambitious beginner

Written in standard US crochet terms.

***To download your pattern: Once payment has cleared, you will receive an email from Etsy. It will contain a link that you must click to download your pattern.*** Please check your spam folder if you have not received it. You will need Adobe Acrobat to read this pattern; it can be downloaded free online (www.adobe.com).

The PDF file will be available to you just after the payment and any time in the future. Simply go to

https://www.etsy.com/your/purchases

and click the “Download Files” blue button on the right side of your purchase.

Due to the nature of patterns, this pattern may not be returned or exchanged. All sales are final. This pattern may not be redistributed or copied in any way.

Finished items may be sold, I just ask that you give credit to me, Susan Carlson at FeltedButton.com for the pattern.

Keep in the “Button” loop:
Facebook.com/FeltedButton
Pinterest.com/FeltedButton
FeltedButton.com (Blog)

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