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Mosaic Crochet Blanket Strip

Twins and Triplets is an overlay mosaic crochet blanket strip. Use it as is or add it to other strips to make a unique blanket. This mosaic strip is part of a collaboration with other designers to make the gorgeous Mosaic In A Month Geometric Mosaic Blanket. Read all about how you can join in on this fun CAL.

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How this mosaic crochet blanket strip came about

I love to do collaborations with other designers. My good friend Erin of Juniper & Oakes loves to do mosaic blanket CAL’s. She invited me to design a mosaic crochet blanket strip in her latest geometric mosaic CAL idea. I didn’t really have anything concrete mapped out in my head. I went to Stitch Fiddle, a chart design software, and just played around until “Twins & Triplets” came about. It’s a fun and easy design.

A mosaic crochet blanket strip lays on a light wooden background. Coral and Cream yarn cakes a crochet hook, and white flowers are nearby.

About the Mosaic In A Month CAL

This beautiful blanket is composed of 11 different strips designed by 11 talented crochet designers. A new strip will be released every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday free on each designer’s blog during the month of June 2024. On July 1, the border will release to finish off the blanket. Head on over to Erin’s Facebook community to participate with others making the blanket. She will be giving a prize to a random participant who completes the project.

Don’t like to wait and want to crochet at your pace. Want everything at your fingertips all at once, including all the 11 charts, all 11 written instructions, access to video tutorials, and more? The Mosaic in a Month Ebook is available at the low price of $10.99. It’s a super deal filled with a ton of value!

Mosaic Crochet Blanket Ebook Includes: 

  • Charts
  • Written instructions
  • Border
  • Finishing touches
  • Video tutorials
  • Pictures
  • & more

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Free version of my blanket strip below.

Twins & Triplets Mosaic Crochet Blanket Strip

Skill Level:

Advanced Beginner/Intermediate {A basic knowledge of overlay mosaic crochet is needed}

Gauge: 

23 stitches x 22 rows = 4” x 4” in square

Multiples used in this mosaic crochet blanket strip:

Your Foundation Row should be any multiple of 48 plus 3 extra stitches.

Abbreviations {US Terms}

BBS – Beginning Border Stitch

BLOsc – Back Loop Only Single Crochet

ch – Chain

dc – Double Crochet

EBS – Ending Border Stitch

FLOdc – Front Loop Only Double Crochet

Fsc – Foundation single crochet

RS – Right Side

sc – Single Crochet

Mosaic Crochet Blanket Strip Chart

Written Instructions Rows 1-11

Row 1: With Color A, BBS in 1st, BLOsc across, EBS in last.

Row 2: With Color B, BBS in 1st, BLOsc across, EBS in last.

Row 3: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x3, BLOsc x8, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x15, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x8, FLOdc x2*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Row 4: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 5: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x2*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Row 6: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 7: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x2, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Row 8: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 9: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Row 10: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 11: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Writtens Instructions Rows 12-23

Row 12: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 13: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Row 14: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 15: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Row 16: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 17: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x2, BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Row 18: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x2, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x4, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x1*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 19: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x2, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x4, BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Row 20: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 21: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x3, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x1, FLOdc x2*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Row 22: With Color B, BBS in 1st, *BLOsc x3, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x6, FLOdc x1, BLOsc x2*, repeat across, BLOsc x1, EBS in last.

Row 23: With Color A, BBS in 1st, *FLOdc x3, BLOsc x8, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x15, FLOdc x6, BLOsc x8, FLOdc x2*, repeat across, FLOdc x1, EBS in last.

Love Mosaic Crochet?

Check out the strip I designed for the Mosaic Nordic CAL from last year.

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