Love Always
Love Always
This pattern uses US Crochet Terms & Stitches ch(s) - chain(s) sp(s) - space(s) st(s) - stitch(es) BLO - back loop only FL - front loop BE - Beginning Edge (sc in both loops of very first st, ch1) EE - Ending Edge (ch1, sc in both loops of final st) sc - single crochet dc - double crochet ddc - dropped double crochet - a regular dc made into the unworked front loop two rows below your current row. Stacked DC - Photo Tutorial Standing DC - Photo or Video Tutorial LDC - Linked double crochet - LDC for an Envelope Border Video Tutorial Pattern Notes
  • This pattern is worked row by row (no turning), and includes a written version for both right & left handed crocheters. Right hand hook is pages 7-10. Left hand hook is pages 11-14.
  • The graph is included in a separate file. There is a one-page image file for use on devices, and there is also a printable version. It can be followed as written, no matter which hand you hold your hook in. Right-hand hook holders read the graph from right-to-left. Left-hand hook holders read the graph from left-to-right. It is colored to show how the color changes occur in the written pattern. As you read the graph, you need to be careful to read only the row you’re working - square by square - making the stitch indicated by the symbol on the square (or lack of symbol, as that means a sc).
  • Your FIRST and LAST stitch of every row are worked into BOTH LOOPS. I start my first sc using a standing sc stitch - this is exactly like a stand dc, only you complete a sc stitch rather than a dc stitch (photo & video tutorials are links in the stitch list above).
  • You’ll see that you are working a chain space after your first, and before your last, stitch. This is to set up the envelope border so you have no ends to sew in. The chain spaces will be what you stitch into as you border the sides of the blanket. The first & final sc (along with all the ends) will be enclosed in the envelope border.
  • Excluding the first and last sc, all other sc are worked into the BLO.
  • The stitches in (  ) are repeated. The design notes a repeat of ‘x3’ - which means you repeat the stitch sequence in the ( ) a total of three times. It may be helpful to place stitch markers to mark off the repeat sets. If you make the Baby size - your repeat will only be x2.
  • About Colors. Each heart is outlined on top by the color of the heart in the proceeding row and outlined on the bottom by the color of the heart in the next row. There is a color planning example and color planning charts on pages 4-6.
  • What about all those ENDS? There’s NO end sewing (except the final border round).
  • Can the size of this blanket be customized? - Yes! You need to chain a multiple of 50 + 36 more. Then adjust the number of times you repeat the main width - the stitches inside the ( ) - to be the same as the multiple of 50 you chose.
  • Never made an Overlay Mosaic project before? - No worries! I had a mix of both veteran and new to mosaic testers, so I hope you find this pattern is easy to follow - even if it is your first overlay mosaic project.
Supplies - throw size with 13 colors
  • 5.5mm Hook
  • C1 & C2 - 340 yards worsted weight yarn per color
  • C3-13 - 220 yards worsted weight yarn per color
  • Solid Color Border - 740 yards worsted weight yarn total
    • Front Border: 340 yards worsted weight yarn
    • Back Border: 340 yards worsted weight yarn
    • TIP! Have a yarn color you don’t care for? Use it for the back border.
  • SC Closing Round: 60 yards worsted weight yarn
  • Stitch Markers (to mark the repeats, if desired)
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Eggcellent 3 Blanket Set + 8 Eggs to Mix & Match!
Eggcellent 3 Blanket Set + 8 Eggs to Mix & Match!
  • These patterns can be worked with any weight yarn and hook but yarn amounts and sizing are given for Worsted Weight (4-weight) yarn and a 5mm hook. 10% extra yardage has been added to my personal amounts to help ensure you have enough yarn to complete the projects.
  • The finished size for the 3 “as-written" one-piece blankets is approximately 47x52 inches (119.5x132cm). For a smaller blanket, use DK yarn & a 4mm hook. These blankets are just BEGGING to be color-blocked (see page 3 for instructions on this super simple technique), but you can do them however you like.
  • DIY one-piece blankets! Directions for DIY one-piece are on page 17.
  • Prefer joinable block blankets? Granny Blocks begin on page 18.
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 4 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
One-piece Blanket Supplies BLANKET BODY (worsted weight yarn)
  • One Color - 2,125 yards (1,944m)
  • Colored by panel - 425 yards (389m) per panel
  • Colored by Egg - 85 yards (78m) per egg
  • 5mm Hook for the body
BORDER (worsted weight yarn)
  • 355 yards (325m) for the Granny Lace Border
  • Stitch Markers
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Easter Bunny Gnomes
Easter Bunny Gnomes
  • Blanket & Blocks: You can make either the gnomes one-piece blanket, joinable gnome granny blocks, or use the block patterns to create a custom one-piece using the gnomes you like best.
  • Yarn amounts are given with 10% added to my personal usage to help ensure all crocheters have enough yarn to complete their project; however, if you know you crochet particularly loose, then you may want to have additional yarn on hand just in case. 
  • One-Piece Blanket Finished Size is approximately 34 by 42 inches (86 by 106.5 cm) using DK yarn, a 4mm hook, and given border.
  • One Granny Block is approximately 21 by 17” inches (53cm by 43cm).
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 4 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
Supplies - One Piece Blanket
  • Blanket Body: 1,492 yards (1386m) DK yarn total [373 yards (341m) per gnome]
  • Border: 150 yards (138m) DK yarn
  • 4mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
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Gnomebody Loves You Like Me
Gnomebody Loves You Like Me
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yarn amounts are given for DK (light worsted; 3 weight) yarn using a 4mm hook. Extra yardage has been added to the supplies list to help make sure you have enough yarn to complete the project, but it is always good to have extra on hand.
  • Finished blanket size, using above yarn weight & hook size, is approximately 37x59 inches (94x150cm). One finished granny block is 14.5x20.5 inches (37x52cm).
  • This pattern can be increased or decreased by changing your yarn weight.
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty’s filet crochet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 3 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
Supplies - blanket
  • 2,576 total yards (2,356m) DK yarn 
~100g ball per panel, and 3 100g balls for the gnomes.
  • 200 yards (183m) DK yarn for the Ladder Border
  • 4mm Hook
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Let It Go Blanket
Let It Go Blanket
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yarn amounts are given for DK (light worsted; 3 weight) yarn using a 4mm hook. Extra yardage has been added to the supplies list to help ensure you have enough yarn to finish your project. 
  • Finished blanket size, using above yarn weight & hook size, is approximately 35x44 inches.
  • This pattern can be increased or decreased in multiples of 33 sts and 23 rows to make any size blanket.
  • Want to make Snowflake Squares instead? Starting on page 10 you will find the snowflakes individually, but wider so they are nearly square. Pattern to turn blocks into Granny Squares is included.
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty’s filet crochet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 4 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
Supplies - for the blanket (base pattern)
  • 382 yards DK yarn per panel (1,528 yards total)
  • 150 yards DK yarn for the Ladder Border
  • 4mm Hook
Supplies - One Snowflake Square  Please note that these snowflake blocks are wider than the rep in the blanket. 41sts by 23 rows + sc edging = 10in sq
  • 106 yards DK yarn
  • 4mm Hook
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I Love You A Latte Blanket
I Love You A Latte Blanket
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook and gauge is not super important. Yarn amounts and sizing are given for DK yarn with a 4mm hook with a gauge of approximately 16 sts & 10 rows = 4 inches (10cm).
  • This pattern made as directed is approximately 46 by 57 inches.
  • Yarn amounts are given for DK yarn (3 weight; light worsted) with a 4mm hook. 10% yardage has been added to help account for looser tensions. The yarn used in the sample blanket is:
    • Stylecraft Special DK in Mocha, Cream, and Raspberry.
    • Paintbox Simply DK in Coffee Bean, Soft Fudge, and Vanilla Cream.
  • This blanket is worked form the bottom up, as all one piece. You can change colors at the panels and/or change colors at the repeats of the latte cups for a color blocked blanket without the need to join up any actual blocks. Color blocking information is on page 4.
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide for Numerical Filet on page 5 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
Supplies
  • approximately 2,338 total yards DK weight yarn for the body
    • approximately 425 yards per latte panel
    • approximately 638 yards for the lettering section
  • 375 yards total DK yarn for the Ladder + Bobble Pom-Pom Border
    • 200 yards for the Ladder Border and 175 yards for the Bobble Pom-Poms
  • 4mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
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Racing Hearts Throw
Racing Hearts Throw
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook, but the exact yarn used for designing this blanket was Caron Simply Soft in Watermelon, Grape, Neon Pink, Perfect Plum, Soft Pink, and Grey Heather. 
  • Yarn Amounts - Please note that 10% has been added to my actual yardage to help account for looser tensions.
  • Finished Blanket Size - Using Caron Simply Soft (or similar worsted weight yarn) and noted hooks the completed strips are approximately 8x60 inches. The finished blanket will be 47x63 inches (following pattern as written).
  • New to Mayhem & Majesty filet patterns? Please read the Help Guide on page 4 of this pattern before attempting to begin.
  • Graph included.
  • Photo Tutorial of the Continuous Join As You Go method included
Supplies
  • 500 yards worsted weight yarn per racing hearts strip - you will make 5 strips total (2,500 yards total)
  • 693 yards worsted weight yarn for joining strips & outer blanket border
  • 5mm Hook (for the filet portion & sc strip edging)
  • 4.5mm Hook (for all granny cluster stitches)
  • Stitch Markers
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Woven Hearts Blanket
Woven Hearts Blanket
Woven Hearts Blanket
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • Yarn amounts are for a blanket with a finished size of approximately 35 inches (square) using DK yarn and a 4mm hook. 
  • The blanket pattern can be increased/decreased in multiples of 30 +7 stitches across and 17 rows up to make any size blanket. 
  • Color Block Version included on page . This can be used to make a one-piece blanket using the color changing method explained on page 3, or to make individual blocks for joining however you prefer.
Yarn & Supplies - Solid-Color Blanket
  • 1000 yards DK yarn for the body & the Simple Border
  • 4mm Hook
  • Stitch Markers
Tester Sample Versions- Color blocked - Sharon Potholders & Runner - Carrie Colored rows - Nikki
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Love Squared
Love Squared
Love Squared Blanket
  • This pattern can be worked with any weight yarn and hook.
  • You can work this pattern as individual granny squares to join in the method of your choosing OR make one big continuous granny blanket using the formula provided below for your yarn amounts. 10% has been added to my personal yarn amounts to arrive at the given yardage.
  • Make more or less heart repetitions (rows 10-17) to change the size of your granny blanket. 3 inches per side (6 inches total) using DK yarn & a 4mm hook. • The pattern is written in traditional words for Rows 1-17 AND it is given in Numerical Filet for the rounds 3 -17 with a graph included for the repeated rounds (10-17).
  • Important! I make my solid grannies a little different to avoid that ugly join line up the center of your square (and it is completely necessary for this filet style granny) - refer to the special techniques & terms on page 3, where you’ll find photos to help you. 
  • Beginner? Stitch tutorial links and other tips and tricks are included. Pattern is written in numerical filet, which is quickly becoming the best filet reading and writing method out there! Clear instructions are given for this easy to understand pattern writing technique.
CHART INCLUDED. Need extra help along the way? Just ask! Block Version by Mel of @mel_jane_27 All Pink Version by Jasmine of @njlmum
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