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Hello crochet loves! Here is a fun, Disney-inspired Toddler blanket for you to try out! This one is not as complicated as it looks, I promise, but you will need to count some stitches on the first few rows to get you started. Once you’ve gotten to about row 3, everything should be easy breezy!

Yarn: 7 skeins Comfy Cotton Blend, by Lionbrand Yarn ( 4 in Ocean Breeze, 3 in Whipped Cream)

Hook: H, 5 mm

Additional materials: Scissors, and yarn needle.


Sizing:                                                                                                                           

44 inches (111.8 cm) across by 45 inches (114.3 cm) high.


Abbreviations

CH – chain        SK – Skip        DC – Double Crochet          

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CH 190 stitches in Whipped Cream, (or however many CHs you need if you re-sized the pattern).

Mouse Stripe:

Foundation Row: CH 3, beginning in the third stitch from your hook, DC into every stitch of the row. 

Row 1: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 12 (these are our border stitches, and are not on the chart) 

We are at row 1, stitch 1 of the chart.

DC 6. CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC 9. 

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

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Row 2: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 10. 

We are at row 2, stitch 24 of the chart. 

DC 8, CH 1, SK. DC 9, CH 1, SK. DC 5.

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

Row 3: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 11. 

We are at row 3, stitch 1 of the chart.

DC 4, CH 1, SK. DC 11, CH 1, SK. DC 7.

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

Row 4: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 10. 

We are at row 4, stitch 24 of the chart.

DC 6. CH 1, SK. DC 13, CH 1, SK. DC 3 .

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

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Row 5: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 11. 

We are at row 5, stitch 1 of the chart.

DC 3. CH 1, SK. DC 13, CH 1, SK. DC 6 .

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

Row 6: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 10. 

We are at row 6, stitch 24 of the chart.

DC 6. CH 1, SK. DC 13, CH 1, SK. DC 3.

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

Row 7: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 11. 

We are at row 7, stitch 1 of the chart.

DC 2. CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC 11, CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC 5. 

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

Row 8: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 10. 

We are at row 8, stitch 24 of the chart.

DC 4, CH 1, SK. DC 17, CH 1, SK. DC 1. 

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

Row 9: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 11. 

We are at row 9, stitch 1 of the chart.

CH 1, SK. DC 7, CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC 7, CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC 3.

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

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Row 10: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 13. 

We are at row 10, stitch 24 of the chart.

DC 1, CH 1, SK. DC 5, CH 1, SK. DC 5, CH 1, SK. DC 5, CH 1, SK. DC 4. 

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

Row 11: CH 3, turn your work around, then DC 11.

We are at row 11, stitch 1 of the chart.

DC 3, CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC 9, CH 1, SK. DC, CH 1, SK. DC 6. 

Repeat this row 6 more times. After the last repeat, DC into each of the remaining stitches of the row, and into the top stitch of the CH 3 from the previous row.  

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Row 12: CH 3, then DC into every stitch of the row. 

Switch Color to Ocean Breeze.

Ocean Breeze Stripe: 

Row 1-7: CH 3, DC in every stitch of the row. 

Switch to Whipped Cream

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Whipped Cream Stripe

 Row 1-2:  CH 3, DC into every stitch of the row. 

Switch to Ocean Breeze then repeat Ocean Breeze Stripe.

Switch to Whipped Cream then repeat Whipped Cream Stripe. 

Switch to Ocean Breeze then repeat Ocean Breeze Stripe.

Switch to Whipped Cream then repeat Whipped Cream Stripe.

Switch to Ocean Breeze then repeat Ocean Breeze Stripe.

Switch to Whipped Cream then repeat Mouse Stripe. 

Repeat the pattern from the first Ocean Breeze stripe, through the Mouse Stripe. 

Weave in all of your ends to keep your work from unraveling, and you’re done!  

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Atenas Ruiz-Ramos

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