FATW5 – Extra Rounds Week 3

This week we have a new document for the 3 extra rounds as we have a new final stitch count. The first 2 weeks gave us a final stitch count of 41 stitches per side. This week we are at 40 stitches per side.

Do be sure to have a look at the first blog article about the 3 Extra Rounds HERE if you are just joining us now and haven’t read what the purpose for these rounds are…… you will find all the answers in that article.

And then on to the important part:

The 3 Extra Rounds for Angelique

*Downloadable Document: 40 w/ch-sp

US Stitch Abbreviations

  • sc – single crochet
  • ch-sp – chain space
  • ch – chain
  • slst – slip stitch
  • st/sts – stitch/stitches

NOTE: 

•if you will be using the same color for all 3 rounds you may slip stitch into the ch-sp and follow the instructions for the remainder of the round starting with “ch1”. 

•you may also use a Standing Single Crochet (hdc, dc) to start your round instead of the “ch1, sc”. 

•you may adjust the length of your stitches to half double crochet (hdc) or double crochet (dc) instead of the single crochet (sc) as stated in the instructions to achieve the same size in all squares.

Round 1: Join in any corner ch-sp, ch1, *(sc, ch2, sc) in corner ch-sp, sc in next 40 sts* 4 times, slst to 1st sc, fasten off and weave in ends. (42 sts, ch2) per side

Round 2: Join in any corner ch-sp, ch1, *(sc, ch2, sc) in corner ch-sp, sc in next 42 sts* 4 times, slst to 1st sc, fasten off and weave in ends. (44 sts, ch2) per side

Round 3: Join in any corner ch-sp, ch1, *(2sc, ch2, 2sc) in corner ch-sp, sc in next 44 sts* 4 times, slst to 1st sc, fasten off and weave in ends. (48 sts, ch2) per side


UK Stitch Abbreviations

  • dc – double crochet
  • ch-sp – chain space
  • ch – chain
  • slst – slip stitch
  • st/sts – stitch/stitches

NOTE:

if you will be using the same colour for all 3 rounds you may slip stitch into the ch-sp and follow the instructions for the remainder of the round starting with “ch1”.

•you may also use a Standing Double Crochet (htr, tr) to start your round instead of the “ch1, dc”.

•you may adjust the length of your stitches to half treble crochet (htr) or treble crochet (tr) instead of the double crochet (dc) as stated in the instructions to achieve the same size in all squares.

Round 1: Join in any corner ch-sp, ch1, *(dc, ch2, dc) in corner ch-sp, dc in next 40 sts* 4 times, slst to 1st dc, fasten off and weave in ends. (42 sts, ch2) per side

Round 2: Join in any corner ch-sp, ch1, *(dc, ch2, dc) in corner ch-sp, dc in next 42 sts* 4 times, slst to 1st dc, fasten off and weave in ends. (44 sts, ch2) per side

Round 3: Join in any corner ch-sp, ch1, *(2dc, ch2, 2dc) in corner ch-sp, dc in next 44 sts* 4 times, slst to 1st dc, fasten off and weave in ends. (48 sts, ch2) per side

Downloadable Document: 40 w/ch-sp

Have you been sharing your progress in the Event and in our main Facebook Group? Have you added the hashtag #fatw5 so we can follow along with you? Are you also posting on Instagram so we can see all of the weekly progress for #fatw5 as you create it?

We absolutely love to see the progress from our members as we have worked on these tests for the better part of a year…. and to now see the blanket start coming to life in so many new color ways….. it brings joy to our hearts and we absolutely can’t wait to see the next photo!!!

Until next time….

Happy Crocheting,

Jo💗

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