Wrapped in james by black sheep crochet.

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The Wrapped in Jamie CAL is one of the most ambitious CAL projects in recent memory. It’s a CAL that started in Spt 2019, and has been divided into three seasons, with season 1 consisting of squares and blankets of up to 12 squares. Season 2 is for a large square, and season 3 will concentrate on triangles. This is a modern take on a beautiful classic pattern with a central motif and gorgeous borders. In all, this is a very worthwhile pattern, and the finished squares will be very versatile for use in all sorts of different projects.
A  link to free patterns is included under the photos.

Wrapped in Jamie CAL Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Skills: Intermediate .                      Designer : Petra Creutziger – Black Sheep Crochet

Wrapped in Jamie CAL Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Go to the pattern:

Wrapped in Jamie CAL

35-Square Blanket – Nuts about Squares CAL Free Crochet Pattern

For a more colorful take on of a similar idea, take a look at the 35-square blanket. This uses very vibrant, highly developed geometric squares with lovely borders.

Skills: Intermediate    Designer: Esther Dijkstra

35-Square Blanket - Nuts about Squares CAL [Free Crochet Pattern]

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Nuts About Squares CAL

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  1. Lyn Heine says:

    More like this please!

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