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Woven Square wovsqupic.jpg (58516 bytes)

5 ½ inches

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Thank you RickDannenberg@gateway.net 

Hello ladies!  I have been participating in a square exchange (group 1), and have been thoroughly enjoying myself!  The ladies in the group are wonderful, and I have had a great time giving and receiving the squares!  I was in "Michael's" the other day, and they had a sample afghan square for a baby blanket.  It was for a class they were offering, and would not give me a copy of the pattern - so I came home and made one up myself.  I'm sending it on to you to share with everyone because it is so unique!  I hope you like it. Sincerely, Angel Dannenberg

Materials: Size D hook, 4 extra large safety pins or stitch holders used for knitting. Yarn: Fingering Weight to obtain size given.

Strips for inside of square (make 8): Ch 17, Dc in 4th chain from hook and in every lp to end. Finish off. Make 4 of each color.

Now arrange the 8 pieces in a woven pattern – see picture for help. To keep them in place, use the safety pins/stitch holders.

Round 1: With White join with a sc in the end of one of the strips. *3sc, (ch1, 3sc in end of next stripe) 3 times, ch 3. Repeat from * 3 more times to go around the square. Join with a sl st in first sc.1

Round 2: Ch3 (counts as 1st st), dc in next 2sc. *(Skip ch1, dc in next 3sc) 3 times. 3dc, ch3, 3dc in ch3 sp (corner made). Repeat from * 3 more times. Join with a sl st in top of 1st ch3.

Round 3: Ch3 (counts as 1st st), *dc in each dc to corner (3dc, ch3, 3dc) to make corner. Repeat from * 3 more times, 3dc. Join with a sl st in top of 1st ch3. Finish off.

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