If you love the Mosaic patterns and the look of Tessellated Tiles, then this will be a favourite for you.
I have been staring at patterns created by Tessellated Tiles for ages. My mind has been busy working up a pattern, using the shapes that mimic these tiles. I have to say I am pretty darn excited by the results.
I love Filet Crochet! It is simple and gives a very effective finished product, which is easily achievable for most levels of crochet ability.
For some additional tips on how to keep your Filet work looking Fab-U-lous, take a look at my blog post on this topic. Here is the link: https://auburncraftcrochet.com/2019/08/16/filet-crochet-keeping-it-neat/
This pattern comes in both graph and written format. There are pictures to help along the way as well.
I used Bendigo Woollen Mill Cotton 8ply/Dk, which is super soft and beautiful to work with. My testers used various yarns with success.
3 Bendigo Woollen Mills 8ply/Dk in Parchment. 485m/530yd per ball. Approx 1455m/1591yd in total.
18 Stitches to 10cm/4”. 12 Rows to 10cm/4”.
Individual Double Crochet stitch height is 8mm/0.31”
Blanket height to top of Row 20 – 17.7cm/7”
Some yarns that make great substitutes: (click on names for links)
And for an acrylic substitute:
Below: (Pictured) are a few of my testers blankets. They look super fantastic!!! As usual a huge thank you to all those who tested for me.
Now for the Boring Stuff!!!
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This pattern has been tested by a large group of pattern testers, with varying abilities in crochet.
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