Day 4 – Mitered Memory Blanket

So I completed the first ‘goal’ of my mitered memory blanket – a 3×3 square. 9 squares total. Then I had to make a decision. I could continue adding to it, making it larger and larger until it’s the size I want – or – I could start on a second 3×3 piece, and then crochet them together with a border around it.

I decided to go with the second choice for a few reasons. Number one, I don’t have a ton of different colours of sock yarn scraps, and I’m bound to repeat colours each 3×3 block. If I break those blocks up into chunks with a black border separating each section I think this will help combat the repetitiveness.

I also just think it will look neat. So instead of being one giant blanket of smaller squares, it will be small squares within squares within a square blanket… teehee. Next step is to begin a second 3×3 – then I can practice crocheting the two together and see how it looks.


1 Response to Day 4 – Mitered Memory Blanket

  1. Gracie says:

    I think this is a fantastic idea! A square made of squares made of squares! It will help the finished blanket look nicer too I bet, since you can move the 3×3 squares around until you’re happy with the spread of colors.

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