Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Fox Terrier Afghan CAL

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Week 1 - (Sept 20) - Solid Doggy Square Pattern
Week 2 - (Sept 27) - White Nose Doggy Square Pattern
Week 3 - (Oct 4) - Split-Face Doggy Square Pattern
Week 4 - (Oct 11) - Right Eye Spot Doggy Square Pattern
Week 5 - (Oct 18) - Masked Doggy Square Pattern
Week 6 - (Oct 25) - Blaze Doggy Square Pattern
Week 7 - (Nov 1) - Left Eye Spot Doggy Square Pattern
Week 8 - (Nov 8) - Ears and Nose Patterns w/ Beginning Finishing
Week 9 - (Nov 15) - Eyes and Fuzzy Snout Patterns with Final Finishing
Week 10 - (Nov 22) - Assembly, Bordering, and Plaid-Striping

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Fox Terrier Afghan CAL - Square #2


 Fox Terrier Afghan Crochet-Along

Week 2 - Square 2
The White-Nose Dog

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Reminder
You will need a total of 12 squares to make the full blanket. This means that you will need to repeat some of the squares. I have given with each square pattern how many I made and what colors I used. I was really going for a lot of variety that could be arranged with no clumps of one color, so it might save time on the planning.

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White-Nose Dog Square
MC + AC + W

Odd rows are RS rows
1. (MC) Ch49. Sc in the 2nd chain from the hook and in each chain across. Ch1, turn. (48)

2 – 4. Sc in each stitch across. Ch1, turn.

5. (RS) (MC) Sc in 23.
(Join W) Sc in 2.
(Join MC) Sc in 23. Ch1, turn. 
(23M, 2W, 23M = 48)

6. (WS) (MC) Sc in 22.
(W) Sc in 4.
(MC) Sc in 22. Ch1, turn. 
(22M, 4W, 22M = 48)

7. (MC) Sc in 21.
(W) Sc in 6.
(MC) Sc in 21. Ch1, turn. 
(21M, 6W, 21M = 48)

8. (MC) Sc in 20.
(W) Sc in 8.
(MC) Sc in 20. Ch1, turn. 
(20M, 8W, 20M = 48)

9. (MC) Sc in 19.
(W) Sc in 10.
(MC) Sc in 19. Ch1, turn. 
(19M, 10W, 19M = 48)

10. Repeat row 9.

11. (MC) Sc in 18.
(Join* AC) Sc in 2.
(W) Sc in 8.
(Join AC) Sc in 2.
(MC) Sc in 18. Ch1, turn. 
(18M, 2A, 8W, 2A, 18M = 48)
*You will only need about 18 inches of (AC) to complete this small section, including tails.

12. (MC) Sc in 18.
(AC) Sc in 3.
(W) Sc in 6.
(AC) Sc in 3.
(MC) Sc in 18. Ch1, turn. 
(18M, 3A, 6W, 3A, 18M = 48)

13. (MC) Sc in 17.
(AC) Sc in 5. FO.
(W) Sc in 4. FO.
(AC) Sc in 5.
(MC) Sc in 17. Ch1, turn. 
(17M, 5A, 4W, 5A, 17M = 48)

14. (MC) Sc in 17.
(AC) Sc in 14.
(MC) Sc in 17. Ch1, turn. 
(17M, 14A, 17M = 48)

15 – 21. Repeat row 14.

22. (MC) Sc in 16.
(AC) Sc in 16.
(MC) Sc in 16. Ch1, turn. 
(16M, 16A, 16M = 48)

23. Repeat row 22.

24. (MC) Sc in 15.
(AC) Sc in 18.
(MC) Sc in 15. Ch1, turn. 
(15M, 18A, 15M = 48)

25. (MC) Sc in 14.
(AC) Sc in 20.
(MC) Sc in 14. Ch1, turn. 
(14M, 20A, 14M = 48)

26. (MC) Sc in 13.
(AC) Sc in 22.
(MC) Sc in 13. Ch1, turn. 
(13M, 22A, 13M = 48)

27. (MC) Sc in 12.
(AC) Sc in 24.
(MC) Sc in 12. Ch1, turn. 
(12M, 24A, 12M = 48)

28. (MC) Sc in 11.
(AC) Sc in 26.
(MC) Sc in 11. Ch1, turn. 
(11M, 26A, 11M = 48)

29. Repeat row 28.

30. (MC) Sc in 10.
(AC) Sc in 28.
(MC) Sc in 10. Ch1, turn. 
(10M, 28A, 10M = 48)

31 – 42. Repeat row 30.

43. (MC) Sc in 9.
(AC) Sc in 30.
(MC) Sc in 9. Ch1, turn. 
(9M, 30A, 9M = 48)

44 – 45. Repeat row 43.

46. (MC) Sc in 8.
(AC) Sc in 32.
(MC) Sc in 8. Ch1, turn. 
(8M, 32A, 8M = 48)

47 – 48. Repeat row 46.

49.  Repeat row 46.
(MC) Sc in 8. FO.
(AC) Sc in 12. FO.
(Join MC) Sc in 8. FO.
(Join AC) Sc in 12. FO.
(MC) Sc in 8. Ch1, turn.
(8M, 12A, 8M, 12A, 8M = 48)

50. (MC) (Sc in 8. Sc FLO in 12.) twice. Sc in 8. Ch1, turn. (48)

51 – 54. Sc in each stitch across. Ch1, turn.

55. (RS) Edge as follows: 3sc in each corner, 46sc down/across each side. To get 46 evenly spaced on the sides, skip every 7th row. Back to the beginning; join to the beginning sc and FO. (196sc)


Sew in ends.