Scaevola Blanket Pattern

I have finally finished writing up my newest blanket pattern. I also, finally, figured out a name for the pattern. As I was working on it, I was reminded of a flower that I had seen before, so I went on the hunt for the name of it and my a-ha moment was the instant I saw a picture of it! The scaevola flower!!

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This pattern has not been tested, so it’s probably not perfect. I’ve written plenty of patterns before, I have just never written anything this intricate. I was trying to get it tested on Ravelry in The Testing Pool group, but there really wasn’t the interest I was hoping for. If you come across any errors, please send me a message or leave me a comment and I will update it.

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Anyway, here is the pattern you’ve been waiting for:

Scaevola Blanket Pattern

Materials:

3 Balls of DK weight yarn for your main color

1.5 Balls of DK weight yarn for your accent color

H/8 – 5.00mm Hook

Tapestry Needle

Scissors

Notes:

*I did not cut my yarn at the end of each color, I simply carried it up the side to be hidden under my border

*I did not create a border for this pattern, I figured I’d leave it open for you to choose what you’d like.

Pattern:

Ch 158 (or any multiple of 12 + 2)

Row 1: with main color, Sc in 2nd ch from hook, *Ch3, skip next 5 ch, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in next ch space, skip next 5 ch, ch3, sc in next ch** Repeat from * to ** across. Turn.

Row 2: Ch3, dc in next ch3 space, *ch3, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in ch2 space, ch3, dc in next ch3 space**, dc in next ch3 space,  repeat from * to ** across, dc in last sc. Turn.

Row 3: Repeat row 2

Row 4: Ch3, dc in ch3 space, *ch2, (dc, ch2, dc, ch2, dc, ch2, dc, ch2, dc, ch2, dc)in ch2 space, ch2, dc in ch3 space,** dc in ch3 space repeat from * to ** across, dc in top of beginning ch3. Turn.

Row 5: Ch1, sc in 1st st, *3-dc cluster in ch1 space, {ch2, 3-dc cluster in ch1 space}5x, sc in next dc,** repeat from * to ** across. Turn.

Row 6: Ch4, sc in ch2 space, ch3, sc in ch2 space, ch2, sc in ch2 space, ch3, sc in ch2 space, *ch3, sc in ch2 space, ch3, sc in ch2 space, ch2, sc in ch2 space, ch3, sc in ch2 space,** repeat from * to ** across, ch 1, dc in last st. Turn.

Row 7: Ch4, 3dc in first st, ch3, *sc in ch2 space, ch3, skip next ch3 space, (3dc, ch2, 3dc)in next ch3 space, ch3,** repeat from * to ** across, (3dc, ch1, dc) in top of ch4

Row 8 & 9:  Repeat row 7

Row 10: Ch4, (dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc)in 1st st, ch2, dc in ch3 space, dc in next ch3 space, ch2, *(dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc)in ch2 space, ch2, dc in ch3 space, dc in ch3 space, ch2,** repeat from * to ** across, (dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc) in top of ch4

Row 11: Change to your accent color, Ch3, 3-dc cluster in ch 1 space, ch2, 3-dc cluster in ch1 space, ch2, 3-dc cluster in ch1 space, sc in 1st dc, *(3-dc cluster, ch2)4x, 3-dc cluster in ch1 space, sc in 1st dc,** repeat from * to ** across, 3-dc cluster in ch1 space, ch2, 3-dc cluster in ch1 space, ch2, 3-dc cluster in ch1 space, dc in top of ch4

Row 12: Ch1, sc in 1st st, ch1, sc in ch2 space, ch3, sc in ch2 space, ch3, sc in ch2 space, *ch2, sc in ch2 space, ch3, sc in ch2 space, ch3, sc in ch2 space, ch3, sc in ch2 space** repeat from * to ** across, ch1, sc in top of ch3

Row 13: change to main color, Repeat row 2

Repeat rows 2-13 until desired length.

I hope you enjoy my newest pattern!

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**updated to add color changes

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