Mixed Stitch CAL – Week 5

Week 5
Rows 41 – 50

Welcome back to the Mixed Stitch Blanket Crochet Along!

Week 1 (rows 1 – 10) can be found HERE.
Week 2 (rows 11 – 20) can be found HERE.
Week 3 (rows 21 – 30) can be found HERE.
Week 4 (rows 31 – 40) can be found HERE.

If you’d prefer to read a chart, click HERE.

Row 41: ch 3, dc in each st to end of row, turn

Row 42: repeat row 41

Row 43: ch 4 (counts as 1 dc, 1 ch), sk 1 st, *dc, ch 1, dc in same st, sk 2 st, repeat from * to next to last st, skip 1 st, dc in last st of row, turn

Row 44: ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc in each dc and ch sp to end of row, turn

Row 45: repeat row 43

Row 46: repeat row 44

Row 47: ch 2, hdc in each st to end of row, turn

Row 48: repeat row 47

Row 49: ch 3, dc in each st to end of row, turn

Row 50: ch 2, hdc in each st to end of row, turn

This completes Week 5! Week 6 will be available on Monday, June 19th! Share your progress with me on Instagram (@couchsurfercrochet), or join the Couch Surfer Crocheters group on Facebook and share your work with an awesome group of crocheters!

I’ve had a few people in the group ask me about making one of these blankets using Caron Cakes yarn. I started a second blanket (same size, ch 216), and so far have made it almost through week 4 with three cakes. I would estimate to complete the entire blanket PLUS optional border you would need seven in total.


Thank you for joining along with us! I hope you all are having fun making this blanket with me!

Now on to Week 6!

Update: Now that this Crochet Along is complete, the FULL pattern is available AD FREE through Ravelry.

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