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Primavera by DROPS Design ~ free pattern 💕Crochet blanket with squares in DROPS Paris.

DROPS Design: Pattern no: w-627

Yarn group C or A + A


Measurements: approx. 79 cm / 31” in width and 118 cm / 46½” in length.


DROPS PARIS from Garnstudio (belongs to yarn group C)

300 g color 01, apricot

300 g color 16, white

150 g color 41, mustard

100 g color 20, light pink

100 g color 06, shocking pink

100 g color 07, heather

100 g color 27, peach

100 g color 38, raspberry

50 g color 33, medium pink
DROPS CROCHET HOOK SIZE 5 MM / H/8 – or size needed to get 14 double crochet on 10 cm / 4” in width. One square measures 12 cm / 4¾” in width and 12 cm / 4¾” in height.


See diagrams A.1 to A.3. A.3 shows how the blanket is crocheted together.

Casting on and rounds 1, 2 and 5 are the same for all squares.

Rounds 3 and 4 are worked in the square’s color.
CAST ON + ROUND 1: mustard

ROUND 2: white

ROUND 5: apricot
SQUARE 1: Work 8 squares with light pink. 

SQUARE 2: Work 10 squares with shocking pink.

SQUARE 3: Work 10 squares with heather.

SQUARE 4: Work 3 squares with medium pink.

SQUARE 5: Work 6 squares with apricot.

SQUARE 6: Work 8 squares with peach.

SQUARE 7: Work 9 squares with raspberry.

To get the neatest transition when changing colors work the last slip stitch of the round with the new color as follows: Insert the hook in the first chain stitch from the beginning of the round, work 1 yarn over with the new color and pull the yarn through the loop on the hook. Fasten the strands as you go.


The blanket consists of 54 squares with 7 different color combinations – READ SQUARE COLORS.


Crochet with hook size 5 mm / H/8 and Paris. Work A.1 – READ COLOR CHANGE TIP. REMEMBER CROCHET GAUGE! 

Lay the squares out with the right square number as shown in A.2 (6 squares in width and 9 squares in length). The squares are worked together in strips first length-wise, then in width – see A.3 (A.3 shows the corners of 4 squares). Work them in to strips as follows: Put 2 squares together wrong side to wrong side and work through both layers with apricot as follows: 1 single crochet around the corner, * 4 chain stitches, 1 single crochet around the next chain space *, repeat from *-* as far as the corner (= 5 chain spaces), work 4 chain stitches (= transition to the next 2 squares). Continue in the same way until all the squares are worked across. Cut the strand on each strip.

To finish, work a border around the whole blanket in apricot as follows: Start in one corner. Work * 1 single crochet around the chain space in the corner, 4 chain stitches, 1 single crochet around the same corner, 4 chain stitches, (1 single crochet around the next chain space, 4 chain stitches), repeat from (-) to the next corner of the blanket *, repeat from *-* along the next 3 sides, finish with 1 slip stitch in the first single crochet at the beginning of the round.

 = slip stitch

 = chain stitch

 = single crochet around chain stitch/chain space

 = double crochet around chain space

 = half double crochet around chain ring

 = work 3 treble crochet around the chain stitch, but wait with the last pull through on each of these treble crochet, make a yarn over and pull yarn through all loops on the hook.

 = chain 4 stitches and form them to a ring with 1 slip stitch – see point on circle, the round starts and finishes here

 = chain space from last round on the square

 = 4 chain stitches

 = double crochet around 2 chain spaces


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