Bloom Blanket
Bloom Blanket
Pattern Notes ❤︎ Share your progress with me ~ tag @MayhemandMajesty when sharing on social media ❤︎
  • This pattern can be made with any weight yarn & hook.
  • DIY (do it yourself) yarn amounts for only one square is listed below. This way, you can calculate exactly what you’ll need for your project. If you’d like to work in worsted weight, you’ll need a little more than the amounts below, and you’ll want to use whatever hook is recommended on your yarn label.
  • The full photo tutorial for the blocks and joining is on pages 3-10. The border is on page 13.
  • The printer friendly version (no photos, but a joining diagram is used) is on pages 11-13.
DK (3 weight) ~ 7.5 inches SQ
  • 4mm Hook
  • Center: 3 yards (C1)
  • Petals: 18 yards (C2)
  • Circle: 17 yards (C3)
  • Square: 30 yards (C4)
  • Joining: 10 yards per block (C3)
  • Border: will vary, but 275 yards was used to border a 5x6 blanket (30 blocks).
Stitch Abbreviations & Techniques ~ US Crochet Terms invisible join - video tutorial crocheting into the 3rd loop - video tutorial rep - repeat st(s) - stitch(es)  sp(s) - space(s) sk - skip ch - chain  slst - slip stitch sc - single crochet hdc - half double crochet dc - double crochet tr - treble crochet tr2tog - treble 2 together (treble decrease): yarn over (yo) twice, pull up a loop in first st, pull up a loop in second st, yo and pull through 3 loops on hook, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook - Video Tutorial V Stitch (V-st): (dc, ch2, dc) in same st/sp Picot: ch3, slst in 3rd ch from hook Optional Stitches/Techniques magic ring - video tutorial stacked dc - Photo Tutorial standing dc/sc/tr - Photo or Video Tutorial
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Illusions
Illusions
Pattern Notes
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook but the finished size is approximately 45x56 inches using the yarn & hook listed in the supplies below.
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 3 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
  • Mayhem & Majesty pattern veteran? Please make sure to read the pattern in full as some techniques or stitch patterns may have changed since your last project. ❤︎
Supplies
  • Blanket Body: 1,640 yards worsted weight yarn
  • Border: 265 yards worsted weight yarn
  • 5mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
Stitch Abbreviations & Techniques ~ US Crochet Terms st(s) - stitch(es)  sk - skip ch - chain  slst - slip stitch sc - single crochet hdc - half double crochet dc - double crochet Optional Stitches/Techniques FDC - Foundation Row Double Crochet - Written + Video Tutorial  Stacked DC - Photo Tutorial Standing DC - Photo or Video Tutorial Crab Stitch - Video Tutorial
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Sale! Custom Temperature YEAR Block
Custom Temperature YEAR Block
This block is made to fit with the FREE blocks from the 2023 Temp CAL (or any of the blocks in the Temp CAL ebook). Your custom block will be designed as a 31-day month, to be used in January - unless you specify and even day month in the order notes.

1 Custom Year Block

This listing is for one (1) custom year block that can be added to the Temperature CAL blocks (free or the ebook).  If you would like more than one year please add more than one of this listing into your cart.

How to order your year -

Please enter the following into the "Additional Information" box at checkout. This is the screen after you click "proceed to checkout" from your cart. If you are on a phone, you will need to scroll down to find this box. Put the year (or years if you ordered more than one block) in this box.

Creation Timeline -

Step One: within 24 hours of payment I will email you to personally confirm your order. This is NOT the "Thank you for your order, here are your downloads" email you get immediately after purchase. This personal sent email will come after the system-sent purchase email. In this email, I will just be double checking the year(s)  because sometimes you may miss type and I want to make sure I'm making the correct year for you! Step Two: within 2 business days of your confirmation of the the year(s) you will have final delivery of your custom blanket pattern! You will receive an email from mayhemandmajesty with links to download your pattern. I also send an email to let you know that email should have arrived and let you know how to access your custom download even if you can't find the email! Have additional questions before your purchase? Contact me. ~Becca
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2024 Temperature Blanket Block
2024 Temperature Blanket Block
This block is made to fit with the blocks from the 2023 Temp CAL - this includes the free blocks on my blog and all the blocks in the Temperature Blanket eBook. Please note that if you have purchased (or plan to purchase) the Temperature Blanket eBook - a FREE year is also included with that eBook purchase! you can use that for '2024' or you can get this 2024 and then save your custom year for another time. That is up to you. It is designed as a 31-day month, to be used in January!
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Color Crayons Blanket
Color Crayons Blanket
Pattern Notes 🧶This pattern is worked from the bottom up and turned for each new row. It can be worked as one piece or you can work. the crayons separately and join them (pattern included for doing so). 🧶Left-hand hook holders follow this pattern as written, noting that the ‘right side’ [RS] is actually the ‘wrong side’ [WS] for you. This means when you crochet even rows, you will be able to read the words. If you consult the graph, remember to read right to left on odd rows & left to right on even rows. 🧶This pattern can be made with any weight yarn & hook, but the finished size is approximately 50x63 inches using the yarn & hook listed below to complete a 6-crayon blanket. Crayons names included are Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet, Purple, and Pink. 🧶Yarn & Supplies
  • Amount Per Crayon: 355 yards worsted weight
  • One-Piece Border: 200 yards worsted weight
  • Granny Stitch Joined Crayons + 2 Border Rounds: 500 yards white
  • 5mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
🧶 This pattern used US Crochet Stitches & Terms 📝This pattern is written in Numerical Filet & a graph of this pattern is also included. The Pattern Graphs can be found in a separate file included with purchase. ‼️ New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page X of this pattern before attempting to begin. 💕Mayhem & Majesty pattern veteran? Please make sure to read the pattern in full as some techniques & stitch patterns may have changed since your last project.  
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Sale! Temperature Blanket Filet Crochet Book (2023 CAL)
Temperature Blanket Filet Crochet Book (2023 CAL)
Make a Temperature Blanket - Filet Crochet Style! 2023's Filet CAL is a Temperature Blanket. The 12 monthly blocks will be completely free, so you do not need this eBook to participate in the CAL or complete your temperature blanket for 2023. However, I think you'll find this ebook to be well worth the purchase! This eBook includes:
  • 12 monthly CAL blocks & joining/border pattern for the complete 2023 Temperature Blanket project.
  • 15 additional holiday & weather blocks to mix and match with the free blocks or make whatever other blankets you'd like.
  • 1 CUSTOM year block - so you can make a historical/memory temperature blanket.
  • graphs for all 32 blocks - on the page next to the numerical pattern for easy checking!
This book can be used along with the 2023 Temperature Filet CAL - but it doesn't have to be! You can use these blocks to make a temperature blanket for ANY year...or no year at all - just make solid color blocks for a lovely blanket. All patterns are written in my signature "numerical filet" pattern writing style and include the graphs. This is a large file - 43 pages - please allow a couple minutes for it to download.
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January Shawl
January Shawl
Pattern Notes
  • This pattern is worked from the bottom up and turned for each new row. It has no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ side and can be worked as written for either right or left hand hook holders.
  • A graph for this pattern can be found on the final page of this pattern.
  • This pattern can be made with any weight yarn & hook.
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 28 stitches, plus 17 more stitches. As you can see from Linda’s sample in the showcase post, it looks AMAZING worked in short rows, too!
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 3 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
Yarn & Supplies
  • 800 -1600 yards sock (weight 1) or fine (weight 2) yarn - amount needed will vary based on desired scarf or shawl size
  • 3.75mm Hook
Stitch Abbreviations & Techniques ~ US Crochet Terms st(s) - stitch(es)  ch - chain  sc - single crochet dc - double crochet
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Sale! Song Shawl CAL 12 Pattern Set
Song Shawl CAL 12 Pattern Set
First, you can find all the info for this new CAL in this post. 4 of the CAL designs are ready download RIGHT AWAY! September - "When September Ends" October - "Spiderwebs" (Gallery Photos from Marcelle Willemse) November - "November" (Gallery Photos from Teresa Wind) December - "Back to December" (Gallery photo from Wendy Howell) January - "January White" February - "February Song" (Gallery photo from Fay Leicht)

What yarns are good for the Song Shawl projects?

    • As with all my designs, you can use ANY yarn that you like best along with the corresponding hook.
    • The amount of yarn you use will greatly depend on how you like to wear your shawls, and of course the weight of your yarn, hook size, and personal tension will all play into the mix.
    • I'll be giving yarn amounts for mostly Fine weight yarn to use up my hoarded Hobbii Azalea cakes. I'll also be using hand-dyed 4ply and acrylic DK for some of the patterns, too. So really - any yarn will do! It all depends on how warm you want your shawl to be and what yarn you have on hand...or what yarn you want to purchase. 😉
    • I am purposely making sure all the patterns are repeatable so you can size them as needed to fit your yarn weight and your size preference! You could even turn them into blankets if you're a little more advanced & adventurous!
    • The patterns will be mainly triangle shawls. There will be a couple wrap-syle shawls (long rectangular shape), and I may even decide to throw in a couple asymmetrical styles, too.
 
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Majestic Moss Blanket
Majestic Moss Blanket
Pattern Notes
  • Gauge is not necessary for this project. One finished square measures approximately 8 inches and the completed blanket is approximately 45x65 inches using the yarn & hook listed below.
  • You can make a larger or smaller version using more or less squares, or by changing your yarn weight & hook size. I recommend going up .5-1mm in hook size from what you normally use with your chosen yarn.
  • Color options are endless for this design, though I would recommend no less than 4 colors + the Main Color to ensure a pleasing layout of square types/colors.
  • This blanket consists of Moss Stitch squares. Each square has 17 rounds. All squares are completed and then joined in the Main Color using the continuous method to create a stunning effect of floating whole and stencil-like squares.
Yarn & Supplies
      • 6.5mm Hook
      • Worsted Weight Yarn in the following amounts (Mega Ball Aran color names/numbers are listed if you would like to replicate the blanket on the cover):
Color A - Cornflower (10) - 85 yards Color B - Cobalt (11) - 85 yards Color C - Peacock (12) - 146 yards Color D - Bright Blue (36) - 152 yards Color E - Aqua (35) - 187 yards Colors F - Deep Turquoise (37) - 295 yards Color G - Deep Emerald (05) - 258 yards Color H - Parakeet (06) - 333 yards Main Color (MC) - Cream (02) - 1,683 yardsStitch Abbreviations & Techniques ~ US Crochet Terms [RS] - right side [WS] - wrong side st(s) - stitch(es)  sp - space ch - chain  sc - single crochet hdc - half double crochet slst - slip stitch Moss Stitch - *ch1, sc in next ch1 sp* repeat between * across side ending with a ch1, then into ch2 corner sp work: sc, ch2, sc
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December Shawl
December Shawl
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook, but Fine (2) or DK (3) Weights are recommended depending on how warm you’d like your shawl to be. Yarn amounts will vary based on chosen weight and desired size.
  • Shawl Sizing - I used 1106 yards and my shawl measures 80 inches tip-to-tip (increase-to-increase) and it is 35 inches measured down the center.
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Boxed in Blocks
Boxed in Blocks
Pattern Notes for Boxed in Blocks
  • This pattern is worked from the bottom up and turned for each new row. It has no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ side and can be worked as written for either right or left hand hook holders.
  • This blanket can be worked as a one-piece OR as joinable granny blocks.
  • To change colors as you work in one-piece, see page 4.
  • A graph for this design can be found on the final page of this pattern.
  • This pattern can be made with any weight yarn & hook, but the finished size is approximately 44x40 inches using the yarn & hook listed below to complete the one-piece blanket as written (3 width repeats).
  • This pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 39 stitches across and 25 rows up to make any size blanket. 
Supplies the One-piece Blanket (shown on cover)
  • Color Blocking: 124 yards worsted weight yarn per “block” 
  • One Color (3 width reps by 3 height (panel) reps: 1,116 yards worsted weight yarn or 372 yards worsted weight yarn per panel (3 width reps)
  • Main Color for Block Stitch Border: 277 yards worsted weight yarn
  • Block Stitch sc rounds: 47 yards each worsted weight yarn
  • 5mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
Supplies for 1 joinable Granny Block
  • One Block: 134 yards worsted weight yarn
  • Granny for 1 Block: 25 yards worsted weight yarn
  • 5mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
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Concentric
Concentric
Concentric Pattern Notes
  • This pattern is worked from the bottom up and turned for each new row. It has no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ side and can be worked as written for either right or left hand hook holders. 
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook but the finished size is approximately 46x40 inches using the yarn & hook listed in the supplies below. 
  • This blanket’s size can only be changed by using different weights of yarn and corresponding hooks.
Supplies
  • Blanket Body: 2,173 yards worsted weight
  • Border: 293 yards worsted weight
  • 5mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
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HP Blanket Mod: Spell Phrases & Words
HP Blanket Mod: Spell Phrases & Words
⚠️YOU WILL NEED THE HP MISCHIEF MANAGED BLANKET TO USE THESE LETTERING PANEL MODS⚠️ Pictures are just EXAMPLES using this HP Blanket Mod Pattern AND the original HP Blanket. Pattern Notes
  • You will need the Mischief Managed (Harry Potter) Blanket pattern to use these wording panels as show on the cover examples.
  • All the word panels are worked from the bottom up.
  • Spell phrases (ex. ‘Expecto Patromun’) are meant to be kept together as one panel.
  • Make sure to turn the blanket so you can read the words as you work the initial sc edging to set up for the border.
Right Hand Hook Holders
  • Using more than spell word/phrase in a blanket: Make sure you can read your first lettered panel when you start each following lettered panel.
Left Hand Hook Holders In the pattern, the [RS] rows (odd rows) will actually end up being the [WS] of your finished blanket. This means the words will be correctly facing you when you are working a [WS] row (even row). You can work the panels exactly as written. Just remember - if you choose to read the charts - be sure you read the odd rows right to left, and the even rows left to right, because that is how the numerical rows are written out. Please trust me - it will work.
  • Using more than one word in a blanket: This gets a little hard for me to explain well. Basically, you need to note during Row 1 of ‘your first word which side is the [RS] according to the pattern markings. Then you need to be sure an begin each following word panel with the same side facing you so that each new word will face the same direction as the others.
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HP Blanket Mod: Hogworts House Names
HP Blanket Mod: Hogworts House Names
⚠️ House Color Striping formula IS included in the pattern, but as an optional DIY modification - this is NOT a fully written out blanket pattern. It is 4 house name panels intended for use in the HP blanket, but able to be used together if you follow the directions to be sure your names all face correctly. ⚠️YOU WILL NEED THE HP MISCHIEF MANAGED BLANKET TO USE THESE LETTERING PANEL MODS⚠️ ⚠️ Pictures are just EXAMPLES using this HP Blanket Mod Pattern AND the original HP Blanket. Pattern Notes
  • You will need the Mischief Managed (Harry Potter) Blanket pattern to use these wording panels as show on some of the cover examples.
  • All the word panels are worked from the bottom up.
  • Make sure to turn the blanket so you can read the words as you work the initial sc edging to set up for the border.
Right Hand Hook Holders
  • Using more than one word in a blanket: Make sure you can read your first lettered panel when you start each following lettered panel.
Left Hand Hook Holders In the pattern, the [RS] rows (odd rows) will actually end up being the [WS] of your finished blanket. This means the words will be correctly facing you when you are working a [WS] row (even row). You can work the panels exactly as written. Just remember - if you choose to read the charts - be sure you read the odd rows right to left, and the even rows left to right, because that is how the numerical rows are written out. Please trust me - it will work.
  • Using more than one word in a blanket: This gets a little hard for me to explain well. Basically, you need to note during Row 1 of ‘your first word which side is the [RS] according to the pattern markings. Then you need to be sure an begin each following word panel with the same side facing you so that each new word will face the same direction as the others.
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HP Blanket Mod: Snuggle this Muggle
HP Blanket Mod: Snuggle this Muggle
⚠️YOU WILL NEED THE HP MISCHIEF MANAGED BLANKET TO USE THESE LETTERING PANEL MODS⚠️ Pictures are just EXAMPLES using this HP Blanket Mod Pattern AND the original HP Blanket. Snuggle this Muggle! This HP Mod pattern comes with two different versions of the wording "Snuggle this Muggle' to be used as a grouped set of words or to place as you like along with the other HP Blanket panels. Pattern Notes
  • You will need the Mischief Managed (Harry Potter) Blanket pattern to use these wording panels as show on the cover examples.
  • SNUGGLE THIS MUGGLE comes with two options: the phrase grouped together (p.3-4) or the words broken up (p.4-5).
  • All the word panels are worked from the bottom up - so be sure that if you are breaking them up you work ‘muggle’ first.
  • Make sure to turn the blanket so you can read the words as you work the initial sc edging to set up for the border.
Right Hand Hook Holders
  • Words grouped together: follow the pattern as written.
  • Breaking up the word panels: begin with ‘muggle.’ Make sure you can read ‘muggle’ when you start ‘this,’and then again when you begin ‘snuggle.’
Left Hand Hook Holders In the pattern, the [RS] rows (odd rows) will actually end up being the [WS] of your finished blanket. This means the words will be correctly facing you when you are working a [WS] row (even row). You can work the panels exactly as written. Just remember - if you choose to read the charts - be sure you read the odd rows right to left, and the even rows left to right, because that is how the numerical rows are written out. Please trust me - it will work.
  • Words grouped together: Follow the pattern as written.
  • Breaking up the word panels: This gets a little hard for me to explain well. Basically, you need to note during Row 1 of ‘muggle’ which side is the [RS] according to the pattern markings. Then you need to be sure an begin each following word panel with the same side facing you so that each new word will face the same direction as the others.
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I Love You to the Moon & Back
I Love You to the Moon & Back
Pattern Notes
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook but the finished size is approximately:
    • Blanket Body (w/o any border): 45x54 inches
    • Block Stitch Border: adds 6 inches total
    • Granny Lace Border: adds 3 inches total- this border only needs 200 yards of yarn
    • Block + Lace Border: adds 9 inches total - this will need more than the listed amount for your Border Main Color).
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 4 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
  • Mayhem & Majesty pattern veteran? Please make sure to read the pattern in full as some techniques or stitch patterns may have changed since your last project. ❤︎
Supplies Example on cover uses 2 rolls each of Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn (or any Worsted Weight yarn ~ 665 yards per color)
  • Amethyst
  • Turquoise
  • Limelight
  • Border Main Color: Black Sparkle
  • 5mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
 
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November Shawl
November Shawl
Pattern Notes
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook but I created the pattern using a hand dyed sock yarn (80% Superwash Merino + 20% Nylon) dyed by Northern Bee Studio in the ‘Wanton’ color way. 
  • The fabric created from this pattern is meant to be soft, loose, and stretchy. If you choose to use DK yarn, then I would recommend a 6mm-6.5mm hook. Keep in mind that if you choose to block your work, it should be very stretchy and will grow in size during this process.
  • The base width of the pattern is 20 inches wide unblocked - and this changes to 25” blocked (stretching the width tight to its widest). The length will be a matter of personal preference. The yardage listed below should be plenty for all length preferences, as mine is over 7 feet at its unblocked length…which is awesome in my opinion (endless styling options at that size) but probably longer than most would prefer.
Supplies
  • 800 yards (or 200g) in sock weight yarn
  • 5mm Hook
Stitches - US Terms ch - chain  sk - skip dc - double crochet
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Hello Cupcake!
Hello Cupcake!
Pattern Notes
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook but the finished size for the blanket shown on the cover is approximately 45x57 inches using the yarn & hook listed in the supplies below for the Granny Block Blanket.
  • Tester Showcase - check out this blog post for a bunch of color ideas and lovely Hello Cupcake! blanket examples stitched by my amazing testers.
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 5 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
  • Mayhem & Majesty pattern veteran? Please make sure to read the pattern in full as some techniques or stitch patterns may have changed since your last project. ❤︎
4x4 (16 blocks) Cupcake Granny Block Blanket - DK Yarn - 45x57 inches - (shown on cover)
  • 1 Cupcake Block (9.5 x 13.5 inches): 130 yards
  • Joining + Border: 620 yards total
  • Final Crab Stitch Border Edging: 50 yards
  • 4mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
3x3 (9 Cupcakes) One-piece Blanket - DK Yarn
  • Blanket Body + Initial SC Edging (3x3 cupcakes): 1,102 yards total
Each cupcake is 122 yards - you can use this amount to calculate yarn needs for a larger blanket or to color block the cupcakes.
  • Border (3x3 size): 322 yards
  • 4mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
 
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Spiderwebs Shawl (October’s Shawl)
Spiderwebs Shawl (October’s Shawl)
First, you can find all the info for the Song Shawl CAL in this post.
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Size - 70 inches measured on the straight side (increase to increase) and 32 inches measure up the center (along the center corner line).
  • A Note on gauge + yardage - Hobbii Azalea (Color #9) was used to create this pattern. My exact yardage was 874 yards. My gauge was 18dc + 10 rows = 4 inches. I used one whole cake.
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty Triangle Shawl patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 3 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
  • Graphs shaped like a triangle shawl don’t exist. For that reason, none has been provided for this pattern. I believe providing the graph I used would cause more confusion than help because it can’t be read like a normal blanket graph. However, I am happy to provide you a copy if you ask - just drop me an email.
Supplies
  • 961 yards fine weight (2) yarn 
  • 4mm Hook
A Spiderweb Blanket? Many have ask - and YES - an official Spiderweb Blanket will be coming next September (2024). And yes, you may be skilled enough to make a blanket using the shawl pattern. Go you! Just don't forget to give credit to Mayhem & Majesty if you do, because this pattern is under copyright - and simply turning my half square into a full square is not making your own pattern 😉  
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Jesus Loves Me (This I Know)
Jesus Loves Me (This I Know)
Pattern Notes
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook but the finished size is approximately 51x61 inches using the yarn & hook listed in the supplies below. This blanket’s size can only be changed by using different weights of yarn and corresponding hooks.
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 4 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
  • Mayhem & Majesty pattern veteran? Please make sure to read the pattern in full as some techniques or stitch patterns (specifically the sc edging) may have changed since your last project. ❤︎
Supplies
  • Blanket Body: 2,147 yards worsted weight yarn
  • 781 yards each for the top & bottom music panels
  • 585 yards for the center lyric panel
  • Simple Border: 252 yards worsted weight yarn
  • 5mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
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