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Felix Blanket Remixed – Part 3

Lets get started with part 3! Remember, if you want to work ahead, the PDF download is available on Ravelry now and you’ll get a couple of versions – one with and one without pictures – to make printing more practical. Please share your blankets so I can see them. Be sure to use #FelixBlanketRemixed or tag me so I can admire your work.

If you are just starting, please jump back to the Introduction post for supplies and relevant pattern notes. You can also find Part 1 and Part 2.

Pattern:

PART 7:  Long block of Side B as pictured below.  {Smoke}

This block is easy.  It is just 4 rows of normal C2C. 

Orient your work with the RIGHT SIDE up and attach new color as indicated below.

Row 44:  INC and work the remaining 22 C2C stitches of the row.  (23)

CH 6 and work a DC into the 4th, 5th and 6th CH from the hook.  SS into the first CH 3 loop and work the remaining 22 stitches of the row.

Row 45:  INC and work the remaining 23 C2C stitches of the row.  (24)

CH 6 and work a DC into the 4th, 5th and 6th CH from the hook.  SS into the first CH 3 loop and work the remaining 23 stitches of the row.

Row 46:  INC and work the remaining 24 C2C stitches of the row.  (25)

CH 6 and work a DC into the 4th, 5th and 6th CH from the hook.  SS into the first CH 3 loop and work the remaining 24 stitches of the row.

Row 47:  INC and work the remaining 25 C2C stitches of the row.  (26)

CH 6 and work a DC into the 4th, 5th and 6th CH from the hook.  SS into the first CH 3 loop and work the remaining 25 stitches of the row.  Fasten off.

PART 8:  First three short blocks of Side B as pictured below.  {Lippy, Coral, Deep Forest}

These blocks are like what we did already for Side A – working short rows.         

Orient your work with the RIGHT SIDE up and attach new color as indicated below.

Row 48:  INC and work the remaining 7 C2C stitches of the row and SS to the adjacent stitch.  (8)

CH 6 and work a DC into the 4th, 5th and 6th CH from the hook.  SS into the first CH 3 loop and work the remaining 7 stitches of the row.  Then SS into the adjacent stitch.

Row 49:  DEC and work the remaining 8 C2C stitches of the row.  (8)

Row 50:  DEC.  Fasten off and attach new color in the same spot.  Then work 8 C2C stitches.  (8)

DEC, or in other words, CH 3 and SS into the CH 3 loop of the previous stitch – the C2C stitch you just made.  Fasten off.  Attach new color in same spot.  Then continue and work the 8 stitches of the row. 

Row 51:  DEC and work the remaining 7 C2C stitches of the row.  SS to the adjacent stitch.  (7)

CH 3 and SS into the CH 3 loop of the previous stitch – the C2C stitch you just made.  Now work the 7 stitches of the row.  Then SS into the adjacent stitch to join.

Row 52:  DEC.  Fasten off and attach new color in same spot.  Then work 3 C2C stitches.  SS to join to adjacent stitch.  (3)

DEC or in other words, CH 3 and SS into the CH 3 loop of the previous stitch – the C2C stitch you just made.    Fasten off.  Attach new color in the same spot.  Then continue and work the 3 stitches of the row starting with CH 3 and 3 DC.  SS to the adjacent stitch. 

Row 53:  DEC and work the remaining 2 C2C stitches of the row.  SS to join to adjacent stitch.  (2)

CH 3 and SS into the CH 3 loop of the previous stitch – the C2C stitch you just made.  Now work the 2 stitches of the row.  SS to join to adjacent stitch.

Row 54:  DEC and work the remaining 2 C2C stitches of the row.  (2)

CH 3 and SS into the CH 3 loop of the previous stitch – the C2C stitch you just made.  Now work the 2 stitches of the row.

Row 55:  DEC and work the remaining 1 C2C stitches of the row.  SS to join to adjacent stitch.  (1)

CH 3 and SS into the CH 3 loop of the previous stitch – the C2C stitch you just made.  Now work the 1 stitches of the row.  SS to join to adjacent stitch.

Row 56:  DEC and work the remaining 1 C2C stitches of the row.  (1)

CH 3 and SS into the CH 3 loop of the previous stitch – the C2C stitch you just made.  Now work the 1 stitches of the row.

*As with before, a chain 3 loop needs to be created before fastening off so that we can work on top of this last stitch.  So work one last decrease by making a CH 3 and SS into the previous stitch – the C2C stitch you just made.*

Fasten off.

Repeat this process for each of your panels.

That’s it for Part 3! I hope you are enjoying this project. Please be sure to share your progress so I can see your beautiful creations. Part 4 will be released on Thursday, June 9th.

You are free to share your finished work, to include selling your finished products, but please credit me – SheMakesCrochet – as the pattern designer. Please do not distribute this pattern or any portion of it, instead direct people to my blog. THANK YOU!

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