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Four Seasons CAL Week 5 – Autumn

The Four Seasons CAL week 5 is out now!  This week we’ll be making my part of the blanket design – a large autumn square.

In week 5 we’ll be making one large sized square designed by me. I’m so excited to see all your makes this week!!! This square is all about brightly coloured mushrooms and tactile leaves and I really hope you are going to enjoy it!

I know how us creative folk love visuals so, if you have joined the facebook page (see link below), you’ll find row-by-row photos posted on there.

The square this week will measure 45cm x 45cm using a 4mm crochet hook (US G/6).  The autumn shades this week are:

  • Burnt Orange
  • Rosemary
  • Olive
  • Ruby
  • Mustard
  • Pearl
  • Storm Cloud

Get the pattern

You can get the free crochet pattern on the Deramores website here.  Just pick it from the drop down menu and go through the checkout process (don’t worry, its free!).  You should receive an update each week as new parts of the crochet along are published.

Get the yarn

It is never to late to join in! So, if you haven’t got your yarns yet head over to the Deramores website to grab your yarn pack – just click the image below. Or, if you are picking your own colours for the blanket, or just want to make a couple of the squares you can check out the Studio DK yarn range here.
purchase four seasons cal yarn

Check out my CAL page for more info and photos of the Four Seasons Blanket.

Get Social

If you are posting your progress pics online use the hashtag #4seasonscrochetalong or #deramorescal so we can all see your makes – me and the other designers are looking forward to your Four Seasons CAL week 5 photos!!!  🙂

Also, don’t forget to join the dedicated Facebook group – Deramores: The Projects for lots of support and showing off your makes!

Happy Hooking!

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