I know I say this every week, but boy am I glad it’s Friday! I have a three day weekend too, in observation of President’s Day. I’ll probably spend the day curled up on my couch, avoiding the outside world and crocheting. Sounds like my perfect kind of day!
This week’s squares are the Hands of Blue and the Browncoat Flag. Personally, I’m not making the Hands of Blue squares, so I won’t have pictures of them worked up. I AM doing the Browncoat Flag, but I forgot to take a picture…is this week over yet?
I’ll get that posted here tonight. (This is why I need to switch back to an iPhone–I need Siri to organize my life!) In the meantime, here’s what those squares look like in graph form:
EDIT: I finally took a photo of the Browncoats Flag square. Don’t you just love it?!
Each PDF contains a graph and a legend that lists the hook size and the recommended yarn for that square. They also have arrows on them and are arranged for use with the C2C method, starting in the bottom-right corner of the graphs.
Wondering where the written instructions are? You can find more information on why they’re not here in this post.
Looking for the yardage/color chart? Find it here!
Want to start, but you’re not familiar with C2C? Check out our tutorial series here.
Missed the first few squares? Check out available squares here!
Next week’s squares are extra Kaylee-rific: we’re doing her parasol and her party dress! Both of those squares will be posted next Friday, February 24th.
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