Crochet baby blanket Daisies

Crochet Granny square with Daisy Pattern

Yarn used for this blanket: Alize My Baby ( White and yellow) and Alize ŞEKERİM BATİK. Weight 3, DK yarn. For 146×124 cm / 57.5×49 inches size blanket you will need approx.: 50g of yellow, 150g white (for daisy squares only), and 500g batik yarn. And approx. 400g white yarn for join and border.

Hook: 4 mm

Make as many squares as you need for your project

Joining

I use only 6 squares to show how to join.

Star with a standing dc in corner ch1 space, dc in same space

*fpdc around next st, bpdc around next st*, repeat ** 10 times, fpdc around next st

in ch1 space (2dc, ch1, 2dc), mark ch1 space.

{*fpdc around next st, bpdc around next st*, repeat ** 10 times, fpdc around next st, in ch1 space 2dc, ch1

dc in ch1 space of next square, remove hook from loop and insert from front to back in corresponding dc (2nd dc made in ch1 space of previous square) and dropped loop and pull through. Mark ch1 space.

dc in same ch 1 space of next square, remove hook from loop and insert from front to back in corresponding dc (1st dc made in ch1 space of previous square) and pull through. *fpdc around next st, remove hook from loop and insert from front to back in corresponding dc (fpdc) and dropped loop and pull through, bpdc around next st, remove hook from loop and insert from front to back in corresponding dc (bpdc) and dropped loop and pull through.* repeat ** 10 times. fpdc around next st, remove hook from loop and insert from front to back in corresponding dc (fpdc) and dropped loop and pull through, dc in ch1 space, remove hook from loop and insert from front to back in corresponding dc (dc) and dropped loop and pull through, dc in same ch 1 space, remove hook from loop and insert from front to back in corresponding dc (dc) and dropped loop and pull through

ch1, remove hook from loop and insert from front to back in corresponding ch1 space (marked) and dropped loop and pull through,

2dc in same ch1 space}

repeat {} and join all squares of 1st row.

*(fpdc around next st, bpdc around next st), repeat 10 times, fpdc around next st, in ch1 space (2dc, ch1, 2dc)*, repeat ** 2 times.

{*fpdc around next st, bpdc around next st*, repeat ** 10 times, fpdc around next st, 2dc in ch1 space, ch1

remove hook from loop and insert from front to back in marked ch1 space and dropped loop and pull through,

2dc in ch1 space of next square}

Continue along until the end of the row, once 2dc anc ch1 will be made in last ch1 space.

Joining 2nd and every next row. To join every next row you will work around all squares exactly the same, the only difference is in the point where all 4 squares need to be joined. Once 2dc and ch1 is made, remove hook from loop and insert it in marked ch1 space and dropped loop and pull through.

continue working and repeat once more one more time once you will be at the same point.

continue and join all squares. Once side still will be unfinished. At corner ch1 space make (2dc, ch1, 2dc) and work along this side exactly the same as you were working along bottom of any row.

2dc and ch1 in ch1 space of 1st square and join with a sl-st to standing dc.

Border. ch2, {fpdc around same st, *bpdc around next st, fpdc around next st*, repeat ** 12 times, in ch1 space hdc}

repeat {} working along, at corner in ch 1 space (2dc, ch1, 2dc).

Continue around. Make (2dc, ch1, 2dc) in last ch1 space and join with a sl-st to 1dc fpdc,  fasten off, secure ends.