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2019 Block-A-Week : Week 24

Hello! Welcome to Couch Surfer Crochet! We are now on Week 24 of the 2019 Block-A-Week Project! We will have 25 weeks in total (to make a 5×5 blanket). You can find the first few weeks here:

Block-A-Week 2019 – Squares
(all of the weeks are posted there)

The pattern for Week 24 will look like this when it’s finished!

This square is called Waldo’s Puzzle. I have been obsessed with this look and knew that this project would be the perfect time to make it! You can download it for free here on Ravelry.

Whenever I use another designer’s square I will ALWAYS follow copyright rules and intellectual property requirements. This pattern is copyrighted to it’s original designer. I am using this project in part to try new things and introduce you all to new designers! I want to make sure everyone is properly credited and attributed for any work they have done!

I will share my step by step photos for this pattern, but I am not able to share each step of the pattern. Please click the link to see the pattern! The original pattern lists recommended color changes. However!! Feel free to change colors as few or as many times as you want!!

I’m using a size I/9 (5.5 mm) hook, and worsted weight size 4 yarn for every one of these squares to keep stitch sizing consistent. My squares don’t always look completely “square” at the end of each pattern. I intend to block them all at the end of this project before I sew them together!

The colors I used are:

Color 1: Impeccable Yarn in Bright Sky Blue
Color 2: Red Heart Super Saver in Pale Yellow
Color 3: Impeccable Yarn in Grape Punch
Color 4: Red Heart Jumbo in Pretty N’ Pink
Color 5: Red Heart Super Saver in Aruba Sea


After Round 1
After Round 2
After Round 3
After Round 4

In the original pattern the designer starts over with Round 1 when turning these circles into a square. I hope that helps the captions for the photos make more sense!

After Round 1
After Round 2
After Round 3
After Round 4
After Round 5
After Round 6
After Round 7, 8, & 9

The original pattern had one row of DC for the outer row. I added one extra row of DC to get a 12 inch square!

We will be adding a border to each square to ensure that each one is the same “size” around, since some of these squares have a different number of stitches around the edge! Then we will join all the squares together and add a border. 🙂 Click here to see that tutorial!

Please, please, please feel free to share your work with me! I would love to see your progress and finished pieces. Half the joy of creating is sharing it! You can post your work here in the comments, on my Facebook page, or you can join the Couch Surfer Crocheters FB Group!

If you are on Instagram and want to share there, please tag me @couchsurfercrochet and use the hashtag #blockaweek2019. I’m on Pinterest and Twitter as @couchsurferarts!

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Looking for other patterns to try?! Check out my ETSY shop or my Ravelry store! All of the squares I have designed for this project are available to download for free from Ravelry!

It’s already eighty degrees here in the afternoons, which means summer is right around the corner. Check out this group of color palettes inspired by summer! Or these summery colors! You never know where you might find colors that you love. Maybe you will find a color group that inspires you on your next project!

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