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Beautiful Bluebells

Beautiful Bluebells


What do I need?


This pattern uses Mighty Stitch which was generously donated by WeCrochet to each of the designers in the In Bloom CAL
For this square you will need the colours;
Cream (Main Colour)
Alfalfa (C1)
Mulberry (C2)

Currently WeCrochet is taking a break on their deliveries due to COVID-19 so I have made a list of companies who are still delivering to help you prepare for the CAL. This list will be updated once every 24 hours to help keep you informed.

Hook: 4mm hook

Notions: Yarn needle, stitch marker, measuring tape, scissors.


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Click HERE to download the free PDF download as part of the In Bloom CAL.


Gauge
4×4 = 19 sts by 20 rows
Abbreviations
Ch. Chain
Flsc. Front loop single crochet. Crochet into the front loop of the stitch only.
Sc. Single crochet
St. Stitch
Ss. Slip Stitch

Set up

Make base square
In Cream (MC), ch 39, turn.
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in every st across. (38sts).
Row 2: Ch 1, flsc in every st across. (38sts).
Row 3: Ch 1, flsc in every st across. (38sts).
Row 4: Ch 1, flsc in every st across. (38sts).
Row 5: Ch 1, flsc in the next 15 sts. Join C2, 2 flsc, switch back to MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 6: Ch1, flsc in the next 21 sts. Switch to C2, 2 flsc, switch back to MC, flsc across. (38sts).
Row 7: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 8: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 9: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 10: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 11: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 12: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 13: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 14: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 15: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 16: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 17: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 18: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 19: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 20: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 21: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 22: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 23: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 24: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 25: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 26: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 27: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 28: Ch1, flsc 21, C1 flsc 2, Mc flsc across. (38sts).
Row 29: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc 12, Join C2 flsc, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 30: Ch 1, flsc 8, C2 flsc 1, MC flsc 12, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 31: Ch 1, flsc 15, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc 12, C2 flsc, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 32: Ch 1, flsc 9, C2 flsc 2, MC flsc 10, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 33: Ch 1, flsc 16, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc 8, C2 flsc, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 34: Ch 1, flsc 12, C2 flsc 2, MC flsc 5, C1 flsc 2, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 35: Ch 1, flsc 18, C1 flsc 3, C2 flsc 3, MC flsc across. (38sts).
Row 36: Ch 1, flsc in every st across. (38sts).
Row 37: Ch 1, flsc in every st across. (38sts).
Row 38: Ch 1, flsc in every st across. (38sts).
Row 39: Ch 1, flsc in every st across. (38sts).
Row 40: Ch 1, flsc in every st across. (38sts).



Make Blue bells
Make a Magic Circle, Ch 1, 6sc in the ring. Pull tight to close. DO NOT SLIP STITCH TO FINISH.
Row 1: sc in each st across (6sts).
Row 2: sc in each st across (6sts).
Row 3: sc in each st across (6sts).
Row 4: sc in each st across (6sts).
Row 5: 2 sc in each st across (12sts).
Row 6: *4sc in next st, ss in next*. Repeat * across. (30sts).
Tie off leaving a long tail, this is to be able to stitch onto your main square. I made a total of 3 bluebells, but you could make up to 6 to attach onto the main square.

Attaching your bluebells.

Using long tail sew the ends through the square near the colour 2 portion of the design. This gives the appearance that the bluebells are dangling off the main stalk. Repeat across for each bluebell, sew in ends and cut to finish.


There you have a beautiful bluebell square to add to your blanket! To find the rest of the squares to complete our In Bloom Blanket head over to https://www.bearrye.com/2020/03/in-bloom-spring-blanket-cal.htmlwhere you will find more squares from 22 different designers.
Don’t forget to tag your makes in Ravelry as well as using #bearrye, #inbloomblanket and #springbloomsblanket on Instagram and Facebook so we can all see your lovely makes.
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In Bloom, a Spring Blanket CAL

 

In Bloom, A Spring Themed Blanket Crochet Along 2020

 
Wow, I’m sure this Spring is not turning out how anyone was expecting it to. With most of us stuck inside social distancing this is the best time for us to turn to our hobbies to fill the time. I first started crocheting as a form of therapy to keep my mind calm in times of stress and have felt myself turning to this to keep my days feeling normal in these uncertain times.
 
For the month of April me and some amazing designers have collaborated together to make an amazing mystery blanket that we hope you will all enjoy. The theme all the designers were given was “In bloom” and they did not disappoint when it came to creativity.
 

How does it work?

From April 1st until April 30th each designer will present an 8×8 inch square representing the Spring season. All these squares can be combined together to create a personalised blanket. You can use all of them, or a combination of your favourites to create an amazing heirloom.
 
Each days featured designer will be giving their design away as a FREE PDF download. To get these free downloads visit page each day of the month, where the pattern will be posted daily at 8am EST. If you would like to get daily reminders for your squares you can follow this page by signing up to my newsletter and follow along on Instagram.
 
Spread the word. Pin this page to your favourite Pinterest Board
 
Spring blanket CAL Pin
 
 

What do I need to do?

 
Every day you will visit this post where you will find the latest pattern. Under each pattern, there will be instructions including a CODE to get the FREE PDF. You will be lead through to the designers’ blog where you will find within their page text that reads “Click HERE to download the free PDF download”. Some designers will be including this free download either directly from their site or through Ravelry.

 

Supplies

To make it easier to follow along all designers worked from the same yarn palette. Some squares could include up to 4 colours, while others may have only 1.
We used Mighty Stitch yarn, which we were very lucky to have donated to us by We Crochet.

The colours chosen were as follows,

Alfalfa, Ivy, Mulberry, Wisteria, Fairytale, Bubblegum, Celestial, Sky, Cream, Oyster and Canary.

If you would like to join in the CAL, join the CAL group over on Facebook. This is where you can ask any questions you may have on the patterns and share your blanket progress. You can also Make along with us on Instagram using the hashtags #inbloomblanketcal #springbloomsblanketcal and #bearrye . I will be sharing all your makes in my stories so everyone can make together!

Day 1: The Morning Mimosa Square by Faydra of Knottie Hooks

Faydra is kicking off our CAL with the Morning Mimosa square. The free PDF is no longer available but you can head here to access the free version on her blog.
 
Day 2: Beautiful Bluebells by Claire of Bear Rye
 
 
Get the beautiful Bluebells pattern by following the link here.
 
Day 3: Spring Granny Square by Donna of 3 am Grace Designs
 
Granny Square CAL
 
The pattern is no longer free. But you can still check out the pattern in the blog post on her site.
 
Day 4: Twin Tulips by Janine of Capital Crochet
 
 
 
Day 5: Rose Garden Blanket Square by Janne of Joy of Motion Crochet
 
 
Head over to Jannes’ blog for a direct download on her website. No code is needed, download for free until April 7th 2020 midnight EST
 
Day 6: Pineapple Texture blanket square by Sarah of The Plush Pineapple
 
Diamond Trellis Stitch
 
Head over to Sarah’s blog page to learn more about the trellis stitch behind this gorgeous square.
 
Day 7: Tunisian Orchid Square by Noorain of Noors Knits
 
This beautiful Tunisian square is perfect for people who want to learn colourwork in Tunisian. Noor has some amazing tutorials. The PDF is no longer free but you can check out the free pattern on her blog
 
Day 8: Floral C2C Square by Emily of Hooked Hazel
 
Ever wanted to Learn c2c, today’s square has a simple elegant feel to it. Use code ‘FLORAL409’ to grab your FREE PDF until 10am EST April 10th.
The PDF is no longer free but you can check out the free pattern on her blog

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Wheelie Wonderful Square

Wheelie Wonderful Square

This is my second square for the winter wonder squares event, and the second to last square we are releasing. Scroll through the page you will find where it says “FREE RAVELRY DOWNLOAD” most of us use affiliate advertising and would be very appreciative if you would let the ads load while scrolling as this allows us all to benefit from this event.

Design

I wanted to use my second square as a way to add some texture to the blanket and allow for some scrap busting from yarn left over from other squares. I have used the left overs I had from creating my snowman winter wonder square.

How long does it take?

This square may take a little longer to complete since it is a tapestry crochet square. It took me about 3 hours to make, this was taking a little longer as I was correcting mistakes and tweaking the pattern as I went. It is definitely a done in an evening project though.

Don’t have time to make it now? Pin in for later. 

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Supplies
Yarn, Caron X Patone Bamboo in purple scribbles, or equalent size 4 (worsted weight yarn).
Hook: 5mm (H) crochet hook
Notions: Yarn needle, measuring tape, scissors.

Gauge
4×4’ = 14 stitches by 17 rows of sc
Abbreviations
Ch. Chain
Dc. Double crochet
Sc. Single crochet
St. Stitch

Pantone Colour order of skein
Main colour (14-3949 pale blue)
Colour A (11-0601 white)
Colour B (14-3710 lilac)
Colour C (11-0603 cream)

Set up

Starting with main colour.
Chain 37.
Row 1: starting in 2nd ch from hook, 2sc, *skip 3 ch, 7dc into next ch, skip 3 ch, 1 sc into each of the next 3ch*. Repeat * until the last 4 ch, skip 3 ch, 4dc in last ch, turn.
Row 2: using colour A. Ch 1, 2sc, *ch3, (Yo, insert hook, yo draw loop through, yo, draw through 2 loops) 7 times. Yo draw through all loops. Ch3, 3sc* Repeat * until last 4 sts, ch 3, (Yo, insert hook, yo draw loop through, yo, draw through 2 loops) 3 times. Turn.
Row 3:Ch3, 3dc into first st, *skip ch3, 3sc, skip ch3, 7dc in loop that closed the previous stitch cluster* Repeat * to end, skip ch3, 2sc. Turn.
Row 4: Using colour B. Ch3, skip first sc, (Yo, insert hook, yo draw loop through, yo, draw through 2 loops) 3 times. *ch3, 3sc, ch3, (Yo, insert hook, yo draw loop through, yo, draw through 2 loops) 7 times* repeat * until last ch 3, 2sc. Turn.
Row 5: Ch1 , 2sc, *skip ch3, 7dc in loop that closed the previous stitch cluster, skip ch3, 3sc.* Repeat * skip ch3, 4dc in top of tch. Turn.
Row 6: Using Main Colour repeat row 2.
Row 7: Repeat row 3
Row 8: Using Colour C repeat row 4.
Row 9: Repeat row 5.
Row 10: Using Main Colour repeat row 2.
Row 11: Repeat row 3.
Row 12: Using colour A repeat row 4.
Row 13: Repeat row 5.
Row 14: Using Colour B repeat row 2.
Row 15: Repeat row 3.
Row 16: Using Main Colour repeat row 4.
Row 17: Repeat row 5.
Row 18: Using colour C repeat row 2.
Row 19: Repeat row 3.
Row 20: Using Main Colour repeat row 4.

Do not forget to tag you finished squares with #bearrye and #winterwondersquares to have the chance of winning up to 10 prizes!! Go check out my Instagram @bearrye for more information.

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Snowman Winter Wonder Square

Snowman Winter Wonder Snowman

I am so excited today to be kicking off our Winter Wonder Squares project. Each days square represents what the season of winter means to each designer. Scroll through the page you will find where it says “FREE RAVELRY DOWNLOAD” most of us use affiliate advertising and would be very appreciative if you would let the ads load while scrolling as this allows us all to benefit from this event.

Design

My square is that of a snowman. I grew up in the UK where we did not get to see alot of snow, but watching American TV shows taught us you were supposed to have that “White Christmas” feeling. I can probably count the amount of snowmen I’ve made on one hand. However, there is still hope.
I now live in New York, with our first big snow storm of the winter scheduled to hit us today. So as I’m writing this we are trying to prep for an amount of snow I only thought existed on TV!! The up side of not seeing snow as a child means I still see the purity of it, not just the inconvenience it sends. I hope I will be making snowmen into my old age and be able to keep that winter wonder in my life.

How long does it take?

This square may take a little longer to complete since it is a tapestry crochet square. It took me about 3 hours to make, this was taking a little longer as I was correcting mistakes and tweaking the pattern as I went. It is definitely a done in an evening project though.
Don’t have time to make it now? Pin in for later. 

To allow me to be able to supply you lovely people free patterns all posts on this site contain Affiliate links and google ads which give me a small commission if you were to purchase the suggested products through them. 

If you would prefer to read the pattern unhindered it is also available as an ad free PDF on Ravelry. Click here to purchase.The downloadable PDF comes with a chart for you to easily read the instructions. Subscribe to my newsletter using the link on the side of this page to receive a 15% off coupon to my Ravelry store!
My Ravelry store is also still having its Black Friday sale all the way until Cyber Monday. So all other patterns purchase today are 30% off!!

Supplies

Yarn: Caron X Pantone Bamboo in Purple Scribbles, Scrap Red yarn and scrap black yarn. Or 6 colours of equivalent size 4 (worsted weight) yarn.
Hook: 5mm (H) crochet hook
Notions: Yarn needle, measuring tape, scissors.
Gauge
4×4’ = 14 sc by 17 rows.
Abbreviations
Ch. Chain
Sc. Single crochet
St. Stitch
Pantone Colour order of skein
Main colour (14-3949 pale blue)
Colour A (11-0601 white)
Colour B (14-3710 lilac)
Colour C (18-3518 dark purple)
Colour D (Scrap black yarn)
Colour E (Scrap Red yarn)
Set up (written instructions)

Using Main Colour Ch 29.

Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook. Sc across row. (28sts).

Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Sc across. (28sts).

Row 3: Ch 1, turn. Sc 10, Join Colour A sc 8, pick up main colour sc 10. (28sts).

Row 4: Ch 1, turn. Sc 9, pick up colour A sc 10, pick up main color sc 9. (28sts).

Row 5: Ch 1, turn. Sc 8. Pick up colour A sc 12, pick up main colour sc 8. (28sts).

Row 6: Ch 1, turn. Sc 7. Pick up colour A sc 7. Join colour B sc 1, pick up colour A sc 6. Pick up main colour, sc 7. (28sts).

Row 7: Ch 1, turn. Sc 6. Pick up colour A sc 6. Pick up colour B sc 3. Pick up colour A sc 7, pick up main colour sc 6. (28sts).

Row 8: Ch 1, turn. Sc 6. Pick up colour A sc 8. Pick up colour B sc 1. Pick up colour A sc 7. Pick up main colour sc 6. (28sts).

Row 9: Ch 1, turn. Sc 6. Pick up colour A sc 16. Pick up main colour sc 6. (28sts).

Row 10: Ch 1, turn. Sc 6. Pick up colour A sc 8. Pick up colour B sc 1. Pick up colour A sc 7. Pick up main colour sc 7. (28sts).

Row 11: Ch 1, turn. Sc 6. Pick up colour A sc 6. Pick up colour B sc 3. Pick up colour A sc 7. Pick up main colour sc 6. (28sts).

Row 12: Ch 1, turn. Sc 6. Pick up colour A sc 3. Join colour C sc 2. Pick up colour B sc 1. Pick up colour A sc 7. Pick up main colour sc 6. (28sts).

Row 13: Ch 1, turn. Sc 7. Pick up colour A sc 9. Pick up colour C sc 3. Pick up colour A sc 2. Pick up main colour sc 7. (28sts).

Row 14: Ch 1, turn. Sc 8. Pick up colour A sc 2. Pick up colour C sc 3. Pick up colour A sc 7. Pick up main colour sc 8. (28sts).

Row 15: Ch 1, turn. Sc 9. Pick up colour A sc 6. Pick up colour C sc 2. Pick up colour A sc 2. Pick up main colour sc 9. (28sts).

Row 16: Ch 1, turn. Sc 10. Pick up colour C sc 8. Pick up main colour sc 10. (28sts).

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Row 17. Ch 1, turn. Sc 10. Pick up colour C sc 8. Pick up main colour sc 10. (28sts).

Row 18: Ch 1, turn. Sc 11. Pick up colour A sc 6. Pick up main colour sc 11. (28sts).

Row 19: Ch 1, turn. Sc 10. Pick up colour A sc 2. Join colour D sc 4. Pick up colour A sc 2. Pick up main colour sc 10. (28sts).

Row 20: Ch 1, turn. Sc 9. Pick up colour A sc 2. Pick up colour D sc 1. Pick up colour A sc 4. Pick up colour D sc 1. Pick up colour A sc 2. Pick up main colour sc 9. (28sts).

Row 21: Ch 1, turn. Sc 9. Pick up colour A sc 4. Join colour E sc 1. Pick up colour A sc 5. Pick up main colour sc 9. (28sts).

Row 22: Ch 1, turn. Sc 9. Pick up colour A sc 10. Pick up main colour sc 9. (28sts).

Row 23: Ch 1, turn. Sc 9. Pick up colour A sc 3. Pick up colour D sc 1. Pick up colour A sc 2. Pick up colour D sc 1. Pick up colour A sc 3. Pick up main colour sc 9. (28sts).

Row 24: Ch 1, turn. Sc 10. Pick up colour A sc 8. Pick up main colour sc 10. (28sts).

Row 25: Ch 1, turn. Sc 11. Pick up colour A sc 6. Pick up main colour sc 11. (28sts).

Row 26: Ch 1, turn. Sc 11. Pick up colour C sc 6. Pick up main colour sc 11. (28sts).

Row 27: Ch 1, turn. Sc 11. Pick up colour C sc 5. Pick up main colour sc 12. (28sts).

Row 28: Ch 1, turn. Sc 13 Pick up colour C sc 3. Pick up main colour sc 12. (28sts).

Row 29: Ch 1, turn. Sc 13. Pick up colour A sc 2. Pick up main colour sc 13. (28sts).

Row 30: Ch 1, turn. Sc 13. Pick up colour A sc 2. Pick up main colour sc 13. (28sts).

Row 31: Ch 1, turn. Sc 28sts across. (28sts).

Row 32: Ch 1, turn. Sc 28sts cross. (28sts).


Dependant on how tight your gauge was the tapestry can sometimes pull tight leaving you with a 7 X 7 square. If this is the case you can add a border along the outside edge.

Border
Join colour C in the last sc. Ch 2 hdc in first sc of row. Hdc around all four sides, to make corners hdc 2, ch 1 hdc 2 in first and last stitch of the first and last row. Repeat this row 1 more time.

Do not forget to tag you finished squares with #bearrye and #winterwondersquares to have the chance of winning up to 10 prizes!! Go check out my Instagram @bearrye for more information.

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Winter Wonder Squares

Winter is the busiest time of year for makers. We spend alot of time making for our loved ones, participating in craft fairs, or even selling on etsy. Whoever you make for it might be time to make for yourself a little. Throughout December me and 16 other designers have come together to create a unique blanket making experience.

How does it work?

From December 1st until December 22nd each designer will present an 8×8 inch square representing what the winter season means to them. All these squares can be combined together to create a personalised blanket.
Each days featured designer will be giving their design away as a FREE PDF download. To get these free downloads come to this page each day, where the pattern will be posted daily at 8am EST. If you would like to get daily reminders for your squares you can follow this page by signing up to my newsletter and follow along on Instagram.
Spread the word. Pin this page to your favourite Pinterest Board.

What do I need to do?

Every day you will visit this post where you will find the latest pattern. Under each pattern there will be instructions including a CODE to get the FREE PDF. You will be lead through to the designers blog where you will find within their page text that reads “Click HERE to download the free Ravelry download”.

GIVEAWAY

Our friends at Lovecrafts have been nice enough to donate a 10 pack of the Paintbox yarns of your choice to one of our lovely followers. For more information on our giveaway and how to enter it head over to my Instagram

If you would like to join in the CAL, join the CAL group over on Facebook. This is where you can ask any questions you may have on the patterns and share your blanket progress.

Square Patterns


Day 1. Snowman Wonder by Claire @bearrye

This cute little snowman makes the perfect kick off to a wintery blanket. You can still view this pattern for free over on my blog, and the pattern is at a reduced rate until the end of the day!

Day 2. Present Winter Wonder Square by Samantha @creatinginthemitten
Samantha has made this lovely square. the simplistic design really gives of that present vibe and helps us think of the coming holidays! This pattern is now available on her site for free if you want to follow alone with this pattern.
Don’t forget to join our Facebook group to share your completed squares!!

Day 3. Alpine Wintery Forest Square by Ashley @edythblayn

Todays square really experiments with front post double crochet and gives an amazing textured look to the trees. Ashley does not have Ravelry, so you can still access the square for free by clicking here.  

Day 4. Mt. Rainier Wonder Square by Kelsie @craftingforweeks 

I really love Kelsies use of colour and tapestry crochet in her square. To get her free PDF go to her website here where you will find a link for Ravelry page to buy the PDF.

Day 5: The Pine Wreath Square by Sarah @stitchandhound

Look at how cute this square is. The use of crocheting in the round to create her square is so clever. To get her free pattern head over to her website here where you will find a link to her Ravelry page to buy the PDF.


Day 6: A pineapple-y winter by Sarah @theplushpineapple

Ok,  so anyone who knows Sarah, knows she would put her own twist on her square. I just love the texture on this square! Should we all make pineapples our winter fruit?
Get Sarah’s square here
Day 7: Cozy Cables Blanket Square by Bernadette of @apurposeandastitch
I love a good cable. This square screams cozy and will combine perfectly with the other squares we have so far. You can get your free pattern by going to her site here.
Day 8: C2C Christmas Stocking Square by Ashley of @edythblayn
Ashley has released her second design today. The technique for todays square is C2C. Her pattern is a little different because her pattern is available directly from her website. 

Day 9: Classical Bobble Square by Tonja of @pinkplumeriamaui

Tonja has designed this gorgeous classically textured bobble square. I really love her choice of colours. To see her pattern visit her blog here

Day 10: Trendy Torque Square by Janine of @capital.crochet

Omg! Just look at how adorable this pom pom is!! Janine has created this lovely square with a cute extra 3D touch. 


Day 11: Holly Jolly Lights by Arunima of @KnitterKnotter
Arunima has used surface crochet to create this amazingly detailed string of lights. Go to her blog to read more about her inspiration behind this square. You can find her pattern over on her blog.
Day 12: The Pointsettia Afghan Square by Melanie of @countingcraftysheep
Melanie has crafted this beautiful flower to add to our blanket today. You know the drill by now, head over to Melanies blog for the free pattern. Where you will also find the link to here Ravelry Page to buy the PDF.
Day 13: Cutie Patootie Owl by Faydra of @knottiehooks
This super cute tapestry owl is the next in our series of squares. I just love his colour scheme, don’t you? Head over to Faydras blog to get your FREE Pattern.
Day 14: The Nordic Snowflake Square by Nicolle of @thetravelinghooker

Nicolle has used C2C to give us this Norweigen style snowflake. This will really compliment the other squares we have so far. You can get her pattern by heading over to her blog here

Day 15: Misty Mountain Square by Bonnie of @Woodland.Stitchcraft

Who doesn’t love a good bobble? The misty mountain square by Bonnie gives some lovely texture and would make an amazing repeat square throughout your blanket. 
To get the free square head to Bonnie’s blog here

Day 16: Skate away by Jonetta of @crochetbossonline
Omg! Isn’t this skate super cute? I love how I unique all these squares are. Head over to Jonettas post to see her inspiration for this adorable skate. 
Day 17: The Mod Tree Square by Sarah of @stitchandhound
Sarah has made this amazing super modern style tree square today. To get her pattern head over to her site here.   
Day 18: The great Star square by Kelsie of @craftingforweeks
Today is time for another filler texture square. Using three stitches, Kelsie has given us a beautiful square we can repeat for the perfect blanket. To get the square just head over to her blog
Day 19 The Winter Mittens Square by Jessica of @JessicaPazCreates

Jessicas square is this adorable pair of Mittens. They will go great with the torque and Ice Skating squares! Im just loving all the little 3D accents our designers are giving their squares. To get her pattern head over to her blog and check out the story behind these mitts.


Day 20. Tinsel Bobbles Square by Noorain @noorsknits
We have even more texture from Noorain. Look at these cute frosty little bobbles. I think I would love this design as a scarf! To get her pattern you can head over to her blog were her pattern will be permanantly free. 

Day 21: Cozy Cocoa Square by Noorain of @noorsknits
We are drawing close to the end of our squares of the month and Noorain is turning the tables with her cute tunisian squares. I just love how many techniques we have been able to demonstrate in such a short space of time. To get her square, head over to her blog for the free pattern.
Day 22:Wheelie Wonderful square by Claire of @bearrye
Today is the last day of our winter wonder squares. Check out my second pattern for the CAL here.
Final announcement 
Thank you so much for following along with our CAL. All our squares have been released. This page will stay active indefinitely with links to each of the free and paid patterns to be able to finish your blankets. 
As thanks to everyone who participated in our Cal I am holding a 30% off sale on my Ravelry store until midnight December 26th. No code needed!
If you are looking to enter out giveaway you have until January 10th to make a square and tag it #winterwondersquares on Instagram. Each square counts as an entry. Head over to the giveaway post for all the details. 


Don’t forget to tag #winterwondersquares on Instagram, and follow the tag to see other makers blankets!! You can also join us in our Facebook group for any questions on the squares or to just join in the fun of making together.