*Use this printable pixel chart to crochet a C2C flower truck blanket that screams vintage farmhouse style.* *This farmhouse inspired blanket will bring some cheer and color to your spring and summer decor. Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.*

## Vintage Flower Truck C2C Blanket

My inspiration for this pattern was pretty simple. Vintage-style pickup truck decor is wiggling its way into just about every season. I’m pretty sure that it started with the Christmas tree truck decorations that have been popular for the past couple of years. But since that has been done in several different ways already I wanted to put a spring twist on my C2C truck blanket pattern.

## What is C2C (corner to corner) Crochet?

C2C (corner to corner) crochet has been a popular crochet method for creating blankets, pillows and other projects with pictures on them for several years now. My first C2C project was a modern blanket with an arrow print, and this year I decided to tackle something a bit more detailed. But have no fear! The C2C crochet stitch is super easy to learn. After you get the hang of following a chart and changing colors - this blanket will be a perfect project for you to work on at home. I’ve even got a video tutorial to get you started learning C2C.

## Don’t Let Weaving in the Ends Phase You

This Vintage Flower Truck C2C Blanket pops with bright spring colors and is such a fun way to bring some color into your spring and summer decor! This is my official PSA about this project: YOU WILL HAVE ENDS TO WEAVE IN. This blanket is so cute and colorful that it is absolutely worth it. Weave them in as you go along OR save them all for the end of the project like me. Ha!

## Choose Your Color Palette

I love the versatility of C2C patterns like this because, even though you are following my chart, it doesn’t mean you have to follow the exact colors that I used. And that means that, overall, this truck blanket is a great scrap buster pattern because many of the colors require less than one skein of yarn. I chose colors that would match my indoor decor along with adding a few extra pops of colors to bring a spring vibe indoors. However, after taking pictures of this blanket out in the grass I am seriously considering turning it into a picnic blanket. I’m sure we will be having plenty of backyard picnics at home this summer!

## Show off Your Crochet Projects

Don’t forget to share pictures of your projects with me in my Facebook Group or by tagging @leftinknots on Instagram. I can’t wait to see what you make!

## C2C Flower Truck Blanket - Free Crochet Pattern

**Supplies:**

- Yarn (Loops and Threads is available at Michaels, Red Heart Super Saver can be found here):
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘Petunia’ - 20 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Pale Plum’)
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘Lavender’ - 20 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Lavender)’
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘Coral’ - 25 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Flamingo’)
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘Butterscotch’ - 35 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Lemon’)
- Vanna’s Choice ‘Taupe’ - 40 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Cafe Latte’)
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘Soft Fern’ - 70 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Frosty Green’)
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘True Gray’ - 85 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Gray Heather’)
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘Black’ - 120 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Black’)
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘White’ - 160 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘White’)
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘Aqua’ - 615 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Turqua’)
- Loops and Threads Impeccable ‘Classic Gray’ - 1,900 yd (or Red Heart Super Saver ‘Light Gray’)

- 5.5mm crochet hook - I love Clover Amour
- Scissors - I always keep these travel scissors in my hook case
- Yarn needle

**Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):**

- ch: chain
- sl st: slip stitch
- DC: double crochet
- C2C: corner to corner (see instructions for how to crochet this stitch)

**Gauge**

5 squares x 5 squares = 4” square in DC C2C

**Finished Size (approx.): **

- Width = 66”
- Length = 43”

**Pattern Notes**

- You can choose to work with multiple skeins/bobbins (as I have pictured) or you can opt to "carry" your yarn throughout your project. It is a personal preference and I demonstrate both methods in the video tutorial.

**Video Tutorials**

Complete Right Handed C2C Video Tutorial. Watch the whole thing, or use the provided time index in the video to advance to the areas you need help with. Find the LEFT HANDED version of this video tutorial here.

**Stitch Instructions**

You can purchase the complete written instructions on Etsy or Ravelry.

Starting row of C2C: Ch 5, DC in third ch from the hook and in the next two ch sts (3 DC). This makes your first "pixel" square.

Increase row of C2C (Rows 2-56) : Ch 5, DC in third ch from the hook and in the next two ch sts, *sl st into the next ch 2 space from the previous row, ch 2 and work 3 DC into the ch 2 space of the previous row. Repeat from * across until you have worked 3 DC into each ch 2 space from the previous row. Each row will increase by one pixel (e.g. Row 2 = 2 pixels, Row 3 = 3 pixels, etc.)

C2C Maintaining Row (Rows 57-84): "maintaining" rows are what I like to call rows that maintain their stitch count over several rows. This allows you to create a rectangular piece with the C2C stitch. In this pattern, you will continue to increase on the right side (by one square), but you will decrease on the left side (by one square)

C2C Decreasing Row (Rows 85-139): this portion of the pattern uses decreasing rows. Your "square" count will decrease by one each row. In part two, you made "maintaining" rows by increasing on one side of the project and decreasing on the other. Now, you will decrease on both sides of the project.

Finishing: SC evening around the outside of the blanket. My sample blanket has one round of SC for edging. If you add more you will need to account for that when purchasing yarn.

→ Row 1: Lt. Gy (1 square)

← Row 2: (Lt. Gy) x 2 (2 squares)

→ Row 3: (Lt. Gy) x 3 (3 squares)

← Row 4: (Lt. Gy) x 4 (4 squares)

→ Row 5: (Lt. Gy) x 5 (5 squares)

← Row 6: (Lt. Gy) x 6 (6 squares)

→ Row 7: (Lt. Gy) x 7 (7 squares)

← Row 8: (Lt. Gy) x 8 (8 squares)

→ Row 9: (Lt. Gy) x 9 (9 squares)

← Row 10: (Lt. Gy) x 10 (10 squares)

→ Row 11: (Lt. Gy) x 11 (11 squares)

← Row 12: (Lt. Gy) x 12 (12 squares)

→ Row 13: (Lt. Gy) x 13 (13 squares)

← Row 14: (Lt. Gy) x 14 (14 squares)

→ Row 15: (Lt. Gy) x 15 (15 squares)

← Row 16: (Lt. Gy) x 16 (16 squares)

→ Row 17: (Lt. Gy) x 17 (17 squares)

← Row 18: (Lt. Gy) x 18 (18 squares)

→ Row 19: (Lt. Gy) x 19 (19 squares)

← Row 20: (Lt. Gy) x 3, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (20 squares)

→ Row 21: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 3, (Lt. Gy) x 3 (21 squares)

← Row 22: (Lt. Gy) x 3, (Dk. Gy) x 4, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (22 squares)

→ Row 23: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, Aqua, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 3 (23 squares)

← Row 24: (Lt. Gy) x 3, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 2, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (24 squares)

→ Row 25: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 3, Dk. Gy, (Lt. Gy) x 4 (25 squares)

← Row 26: (Lt. Gy) x 5, (Aqua) x 4, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (26 squares)

→ Row 27: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 5, (Lt. Gy) x 5 (27 squares)

← Row 28: (Lt. Gy) x 5, (Aqua) x 6, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (28 squares)

→ Row 29: (Lt. Gy) x 10, (Blk) x 4, Lt. Gy, Aqua, Wht, (Aqua) x 7, (Lt. Gy) x 5 (29 squares)

← Row 30: (Lt. Gy) x 5, (Aqua) x 7, Wht, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 6, (Lt. Gy) x 9 (30 squares)

→ Row 31: (Lt. Gy) x 9, (Blk) x 7, (Aqua) x 2, Wht, (Aqua) x 7, (Lt. Gy) x 5 (31 squares)

← Row 32: (Lt. Gy) x 5, (Aqua) x 7, Wht, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 8, (Lt. Gy) x 9 (32 squares)

→ Row 33: (Lt. Gy) x 9, (Blk) x 3, (Wht) x 3, (Blk) x 3, (Aqua) x 2, Wht, (Aqua) x 7, (Lt. Gy) x 5 (33 squares)

← Row 34: (Lt. Gy) x 5, (Aqua) x 7, Wht, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 3, (Wht) x 4, (Blk) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 10 (34 squares)

→ Row 35: (Lt. Gy) x 10, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 3, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Aqua) x 11, (Lt. Gy) x 5 (35 squares)

← Row 36: (Lt. Gy) x 5, (Aqua) x 8, Wht, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 4, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 10 (36 squares)

→ Row 37: (Lt. Gy) x 11, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 3, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Aqua) x 3, Wht, (Aqua) x 8, (Lt. Gy) x 5 (37 squares)

← Row 38: (Lt. Gy) x 6, (Aqua) x 11, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 4, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 11 (38 squares→ Row 39: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 3, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Aqua) x 3, Wht, (Aqua) x 7, (Lt. Gy) x 7 (39 squares)

← Row 40: (Lt. Gy) x 6, Grn, Lt. Gy, (Aqua) x 10, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 4, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 12 (40 squares)

→ Row 41: (Lt. Gy) x 13, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 3, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Aqua) x 3, Wht, (Aqua) x 6, (Lt. Gy) x 2, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 6 (41 squares)

← Row 42: (Lt. Gy) x 6, (Grn) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 6, Wht, (Aqua) x 3, (Blk) x 2, (Wht) x 4, (Blk) x 3, (Lt. Gy) x 13 (42 squares)

→ Row 43: (Lt. Gy) x 14, (Blk) x 3, (Wht) x 3, (Blk) x 3, (Aqua) x 9, (Brn) x 2, Lt. Gy, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 7 (43 squares)

← Row 44: (Lt. Gy) x 7, (Grn) x 2, (Brn) x 3, (Aqua) x 5, Wht, (Aqua) x 3, (Blk) x 8, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (44 squares)

→ Row 45: (Lt. Gy) x 15, Aqua, (Blk) x 7, (Aqua) x 3, Wht, (Aqua) x 5, (Brn) x 3, (Crl) x 2, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 7 (45 squares)

← Row 46: (Lt. Gy) x 6, (Lt. P) x 2, Crl, Y, Crl, (Brn) x 3, (Aqua) x 9, (Blk) x 6, (Aqua) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (46 squares)

→ Row 47: (Lt. Gy) x 15, Dk. Gy, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 4, (Aqua) x 5, Wht, (Aqua) x 4, (Brn) x 3, Grn, Y2, Lt. P, Y, Lt. P, (Lt. Gy) x 6 (47 squares)

← Row 48: (Lt. Gy) x 7, Y2, Crl, Y, Crl, Grn, (Brn) x 3, (Aqua) x 4, Wht, (Aqua) x 10, Wht, Dk. Gy, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (48 squares)

→ Row 49: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, Wht, (Aqua) x 9, Wht, (Aqua) x 4, (Brn) x 3, (Grn) x 2, (Crl) x 2, Lt. P, Y, Lt. P, (Lt. Gy) x 7 (49 squares)

← Row 50: (Lt. Gy) x 6, (Grn) x 2, (Lt. P) x 2, Grn, (Dk. P) x 2, Grn, Lt. P, (Brn) x 3, (Aqua) x 4, Wht, (Aqua) x 8, Wht, Aqua, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (50 squares)

→ Row 51: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 2, Wht, (Aqua) x 7, Wht, (Aqua) x 4, (Brn) x 3, Y, Lt. P, Dk. P, Y, Dk. P, (Grn) x 4, (Lt. Gy) x 7 (51 squares)

← Row 52: (Lt. Gy) x 8, (Grn) x 4, Y2, Grn, Y2, (Brn) x 2, Lt. Gy, (Aqua) x 4, (Wht) x 2, (Aqua) x 5, Wht, (Aqua) x 3, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (52 squares)

→ Row 53: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 4, (Wht) x 2, (Aqua) x 2, (Wht) x 2, (Aqua) x 5, Lt. Gy, (Brn) x 2, Lt. P, Y, Lt. P, Dk. P, Y, Dk. P, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 11 (53 squares)

← Row 54: (Lt. Gy) x 12, Grn, (Dk. P) x 2, Grn, (Lt. P) x 2, Grn, Brn, Grn, Lt. Gy, (Aqua) x 6, (Wht) x 3, (Aqua) x 6, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (54 squares)

→ Row 55: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, (Brn) x 2, (Grn) x 2, (Dk. P) x 2, (Grn) x 5, (Lt. Gy) x 12 (55 squares)

← Row 56: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Grn) x 2, (Crl) x 2, Grn, Dk. P, Y, Dk. P, (Crl) x 2, (Brn) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15 (56 squares)

**You will now crochet C2C Maintaining Rows. Odd rows will start with an increase. Even rows will start with a decrease.**

→ Row 57: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, (Brn) x 2, Crl, Y, Crl, Y2, Grn, Crl, Y, Crl, (Grn) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 11

← Row 58: (Lt. Gy) x 13, Y2, Grn, Dk. P, Y, Dk. P, Y2, (Brn) x 3, (Aqua) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15

→ Row 59: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, (Brn) x 3, Crl, Y, Crl, (Dk. P) x 2, Grn, Crl, Y, Crl, (Lt. Gy) x 12

← Row 60: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Crl) x 2, (Grn) x 4, (Crl) x 2, Grn, (Brn) x 3, (Aqua) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15

→ Row 61: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, (Brn) x 3, (Dk. P) x 2, (Grn) x 8, (Lt. Gy) x 11

← Row 62: (Lt. Gy) x 9, (Grn) x 6, (Lt. P) x 2, Grn, Dk. P, Y, Dk. P, (Brn) x 3, (Aqua) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15

→ Row 63: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, (Brn) x 3, Grn, Y2, Grn, Lt. P, Y, Lt. P, Grn, (Dk. P) x 2, (Grn) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 9

← Row 64: (Lt. Gy) x 10, Dk. P, Y, Dk. P, Grn, Y2, Grn, Dk. P, Y, Dk. P, Grn, (Brn) x 2, Lt. Gy, (Aqua) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15

→ Row 65: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, Lt. Gy, (Brn) x 2, (Grn) x 2, (Dk. P) x 2, Grn, Lt. P, Y, Lt. P, Grn, Y2, (Lt. Gy) x 10

← Row 66: (Lt. Gy) x 9, Dk. P, Y, Dk. P, Grn, (Lt. P) x 2, (Grn) x 4, (Crl) x 2, Brn, (Lt. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15

→ Row 67: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, Lt. Gy, (Grn) x 2, Crl, Y, Crl, (Lt. P) x 2, (Grn) x 5, (Dk. P) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 9

← Row 68: (Lt. Gy) x 11, (Grn) x 2, (Crl) x 2, Lt. P, Y, Lt. P, Y2, (Grn) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15

→ Row 69: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 15, (Lt. Gy) x 4, Crl, Y, Crl, Y2, Crl, Y, Crl, Lt. Gy, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 10

← Row 70: (Lt. Gy) x 10, Grn, Lt. Gy, Y2, Lt. P, Y, Lt. P, (Crl) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 4, (Aqua) x 16, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15

→ Row 71: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 17, (Lt. Gy) x 4, (Grn) x 2, (Lt. P) x 2, Crl, Y, Crl, Lt. Gy, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 9

← Row 72: (Lt. Gy) x 9, Grn, Lt. Gy, (Crl) x 2, (Grn) x 2, Lt. Gy, (Grn) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 3, (Aqua) x 18, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15

→ Row 73: (Lt. Gy) x 15, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Aqua) x 19, (Lt. Gy) x 5, (Grn) x 4, (Lt. Gy) x 11

← Row 74: (Lt. Gy) x 11, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 2, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 4, (Aqua) x 20, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 15

→ Row 75: (Lt. Gy) x 10, (Blk) x 4, Lt. Gy, Aqua, Wht, (Aqua) x 15, (Wht) x 2, (Aqua) x 4, (Lt. Gy) x 6, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 11

← Row 76: (Lt. Gy) x 10, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 6, (Aqua) x 4, (Wht) x 3, (Aqua) x 14, Wht, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 6, (Lt. Gy) x 9

→ Row 77: (Lt. Gy) x 9, (Blk) x 7, (Aqua) x 2, Wht, (Aqua) x 13, (Wht) x 4, (Aqua) x 4, (Lt. Gy) x 5, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 10

← Row 78: (Lt. Gy) x 10, Grn, (Lt. Gy) x 4, (Aqua) x 4, (Wht) x 5, (Aqua) x 12, Wht, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 8, (Lt. Gy) x 9

→ Row 79: (Lt. Gy) x 9, (Blk) x 3, (Wht) x 3, (Blk) x 3, (Aqua) x 2, Wht, (Aqua) x 11, (Wht) x 6, (Aqua) x 4, (Lt. Gy) x 14

← Row 80: (Lt. Gy) x 14, (Aqua) x 3, (Wht) x 7, (Aqua) x 10, Wht, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 3, (Wht) x 4, (Blk) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 10

→ Row 81: (Lt. Gy) x 10, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 3, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Aqua) x 13, (Wht) x 8, (Aqua) x 3, (Lt. Gy) x 13

← Row 82: (Lt. Gy) x 13, (Aqua) x 2, (Wht) x 9, (Aqua) x 9, Wht, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 4, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 10

→ Row 83: (Lt. Gy) x 11, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 3, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Aqua) x 3, Wht, (Aqua) x 8, (Wht) x 9, (Aqua) x 3, (Lt. Gy) x 12

← Row 84: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Aqua) x 2, (Wht) x 10, (Aqua) x 11, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 4, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 11

**You will now crochet C2C Decreasing Rows.**

→ Row 85: (Lt. Gy) x 11, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 3, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Aqua) x 3, Wht, (Aqua) x 7, (Wht) x 10, (Aqua) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 12 (55 squares)

← Row 86: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Aqua) x 2, (Wht) x 10, (Aqua) x 10, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 4, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 10 (54 squares)

→ Row 87: (Lt. Gy) x 10, (Blk) x 2, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 3, Wht, (Blk) x 2, (Aqua) x 3, Wht, (Aqua) x 6, (Wht) x 10, (Aqua) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 12 (53 squares)

← Row 88: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Aqua) x 2, (Wht) x 10, (Aqua) x 6, Wht, (Aqua) x 3, (Blk) x 2, (Wht) x 4, (Blk) x 3, (Lt. Gy) x 9 (52 squares)

→ Row 89: (Lt. Gy) x 9, (Blk) x 3, (Wht) x 3, (Blk) x 3, (Aqua) x 9, (Wht) x 10, (Aqua) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 12 (51 squares)

← Row 90: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Aqua) x 2, (Wht) x 9, (Aqua) x 6, Wht, (Aqua) x 3, (Blk) x 8, (Lt. Gy) x 9 (50 squares)

→ Row 91: (Lt. Gy) x 8, Aqua, (Blk) x 7, (Aqua) x 3, Wht, (Aqua) x 7, (Wht) x 8, (Aqua) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 12 (49 squares)

← Row 92: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Aqua) x 2, (Wht) x 6, (Aqua) x 13, (Blk) x 6, (Aqua) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 7 (48 squares)

→ Row 93: (Lt. Gy) x 7, (Aqua) x 2, (Blk) x 4, (Aqua) x 5, Wht, (Aqua) x 10, (Wht) x 4, (Aqua) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 12 (47 squares)

← Row 94: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Aqua) x 2, (Wht) x 3, (Aqua) x 6, Lt. Gy, (Aqua) x 4, Wht, (Aqua) x 10, Wht, (Lt. Gy) x 6 (46 squares)

→ Row 95: (Lt. Gy) x 5, Dk. Gy, Wht, (Aqua) x 9, Wht, (Aqua) x 4, (Lt. Gy) x 3, (Aqua) x 9, (Lt. Gy) x 12 (45 squares)

← Row 96: (Lt. Gy) x 12, (Aqua) x 7, (Lt. Gy) x 5, (Aqua) x 4, Wht, (Aqua) x 8, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 4 (44 squares)

→ Row 97: (Lt. Gy) x 4, (Dk. Gy) x 2, Wht, (Aqua) x 7, Wht, (Aqua) x 4, (Lt. Gy) x 7, (Aqua) x 5, (Lt. Gy) x 12 (43 squares)

← Row 98: (Lt. Gy) x 13, Aqua, (Lt. Gy) x 10, (Aqua) x 4, (Wht) x 2, (Aqua) x 5, Wht, (Dk. Gy) x 3, (Lt. Gy) x 3 (42 squares)

→ Row 99: (Lt. Gy) x 3, (Dk. Gy) x 3, (Wht) x 2, (Aqua) x 2, (Wht) x 2, (Aqua) x 5, (Lt. Gy) x 24 (41 squares)

← Row 100: (Lt. Gy) x 24, (Aqua) x 6, (Wht) x 3, (Aqua) x 2, (Dk. Gy) x 2, (Lt. Gy) x 3 (40 squares)

→ Row 101: (Lt. Gy) x 3, Dk. Gy, (Aqua) x 11, (Lt. Gy) x 24 (39 squares)

← Row 102: (Lt. Gy) x 25, (Aqua) x 9, (Lt. Gy) x 4 (38 squares)

→ Row 103: (Lt. Gy) x 5, (Aqua) x 7, (Lt. Gy) x 25 (37 squares)

← Row 104: (Lt. Gy) x 26, (Aqua) x 4, (Lt. Gy) x 6 (36 squares)

→ Row 105: (Lt. Gy) x 35 (35 squares)

← Row 106: (Lt. Gy) x 34 (34 squares)

→ Row 107: (Lt. Gy) x 33 (33 squares)

← Row 108: (Lt. Gy) x 32 (32 squares)

→ Row 109: (Lt. Gy) x 31 (31 squares)

← Row 110: (Lt. Gy) x 30 (30 squares)

→ Row 111: (Lt. Gy) x 29 (29 squares)

← Row 112: (Lt. Gy) x 28 (28 squares)

→ Row 113: (Lt. Gy) x 27 (27 squares)

← Row 114: (Lt. Gy) x 26 (26 squares)

→ Row 115: (Lt. Gy) x 25 (25 squares)

← Row 116: (Lt. Gy) x 24 (24 squares)

→ Row 117: (Lt. Gy) x 23 (23 squares)

← Row 118: (Lt. Gy) x 22 (22 squares)

→ Row 119: (Lt. Gy) x 21 (21 squares)

← Row 120: (Lt. Gy) x 20 (20 squares)

→ Row 121: (Lt. Gy) x 19 (19 squares)

← Row 122: (Lt. Gy) x 18 (18 squares)

→ Row 123: (Lt. Gy) x 17 (17 squares)

← Row 124: (Lt. Gy) x 16 (16 squares)

→ Row 125: (Lt. Gy) x 15 (15 squares)

← Row 126: (Lt. Gy) x 14 (14 squares)

→ Row 127: (Lt. Gy) x 13 (13 squares)

← Row 128: (Lt. Gy) x 12 (12 squares)

→ Row 129: (Lt. Gy) x 11 (11 squares)

← Row 130: (Lt. Gy) x 10 (10 squares)

→ Row 131: (Lt. Gy) x 9 (9 squares)

← Row 132: (Lt. Gy) x 8 (8 squares)

→ Row 133: (Lt. Gy) x 7 (7 squares)

← Row 134: (Lt. Gy) x 6 (6 squares)

→ Row 135: (Lt. Gy) x 5 (5 squares)

← Row 136: (Lt. Gy) x 4 (4 squares)

→ Row 137: (Lt. Gy) x 3 (3 squares)

← Row 138: (Lt. Gy) x 2 (2 squares)

→ Row 139: Lt. Gy (1 square)

Finishing

SC evening around the outside of the blanket. My sample blanket has one round of SC for edging. If you add more you will need to account for that when purchasing yarn.

Weave in all ends.

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