mediterranean summer cal week 4

Mediterranean Summer CAL Week 4

The Mediterranean Summer CAL week 4 is out now!  In week four we’ll be making five squares and joining them together!

mediterranean summer cal week 4

The middles of these squares are the same as the squares we made in week one.  After round 10, however, we will be working things a bit differently.  This weeks squares will all match and should measure approximately 26.5cm x 26.5cm when finished.  We’ll need to join these squares together in a row as, next week, we’ll be working along one side of the row of squares.

mediterranean summer CAL week 4

Get the yarn

If you haven’t grabbed your yarn pack yet there’s still time to do so.  There are three colour packs to choose from; Storm, Aegean and Wild Herb.  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.

mediterranean summer cal colour packs


Get the pattern

Download the pattern on the Deramores website HERE.  Pick the Digital Pattern option and make sure to choose which crochet terminology you want (UK or US).  You’ll be guided through the checkout process but, don’t worry, the pattern is completely free. As each part of the pattern is released over the coming weeks you’ll receive an email telling you there is a new update to download.

Check out my CAL page for more info and photos of the Mediterranean Summer blanket and keep popping back as I’ll be updating the page with video tutorials as the CAL progresses.  As always, if you get stuck along the way just get in touch either through my contact form or join the dedicated Facebook group – Deramores: The Projects for lots of support and showing off your makes!

I’m so excited to see all your makes and hope you guys are too!

Happy Hooking!

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