2020 Advent CAL-endar: Day 6

06 Dec 2020 7 Comments All Posts

Welcome to the sixth instalment of your beautiful advent blanket, designed by Rosina Plane.

All the posts about the CAL and each instalment is now together in its own section of the website here.

You need to register with this website to view the pattern – but registration is free. When you log in, the pattern will appear below!

Scroll down to the bottom of this post for more detailed photos of today’s section.

Day 6 – Crossed Trebles, changing to inset mosaic

Today’s section introduces a new stitch (crossed trebles) and revisits a couple of old favourites – spike dc (which we did on Day 2 and Day 4) and inset mosaic (which we first encountered on day 3 and 4). Scroll down for a tutorial on the lovely new stitch – it’s SO satisfying, you’re going to love it!

Special abbreviations
2 ctr (2 crossed trebles) – miss next st, 1 tr in next st, 1 tr in missed st, working over the previous tr.
Spike dc (spike double crochet) – insert hook in st 2 rows below, yrh, pul to height of working row, yrh, draw through both loops on hook.

Start crocheting…

Row 1 (RS): Join Strawberry Milkshake with a standing dc in first st, *1 spike dc, 1 dc; rep from * to end. Turn. 117 sts
Row 2 (WS): 1 ch, dc to end. Turn.
Row 3 (RS): 3 ch (counts as 1 tr), 1 tr, [2 ctr] 57 times, 1 tr. Turn.
Row 4 (WS): 1 ch, dc across. Turn.
Row 5: 1 ch, 2 dc, *2 ch, miss 1 st, 3 dc; rep from * to last 3 sts, 2 ch, miss 1 st, 2 dc. Turn. 88 sts
Row 6: 1 ch, 2 dc, *2 ch, miss 2ch-sp, 3 dc; rep from * to last 2ch-sp, 2 ch, miss 2ch-sp, 2 dc. Turn. Do not fasten off.
Leave loop on a locking marker until tomorrow.

Need help with crossed trebles?

More photos of today’s section

Click on any of these to see them bigger. We’ve scrubbed out tomorrow’s yarn so there aren’t any spoilers!

Day 6
Right side
Right handed

 

Day 6
Right side
Left handed
Day 6
Wrong side
Right handed

 

Day 6
Wrong side
Left handed

7 Comments on “2020 Advent CAL-endar: Day 6

  1. Kirstenkobrin Reply

    December 6, 2020 at 9:18

    Is it at all possible to get the written pattern please? πŸ™‚ Thank you!

    • Lorna Malkin Reply

      December 8, 2020 at 10:50

      Hi Kirsten,

      I’m afraid the CAL is only available on our website at the moment but we’ll make a note of your suggestion. πŸ™‚

    • tinafrost@hotmail.co.uk Reply

      December 10, 2020 at 4:04

      I am copy and pasting into a word document and printing out, it’s a lot easier!

    • Rosegill Reply

      December 15, 2020 at 1:57

      Kirsten _ I started writing down each day, as I too find it easier on a paper pattern. It’s not so laborious as it sounds as the stitches are repeated over certain days, so just cross ref with the earlier pattern

  2. Peg Bernhardt Reply

    December 7, 2020 at 7:46

    Please allow access to pt 6

    • Lorna Malkin Reply

      December 8, 2020 at 10:47

      Hi Peg,

      You’ll need to register on the website to access the page. πŸ™‚

  3. Julie Dickens Reply

    January 1, 2021 at 7:58

    I don’t understand the last row of this. Are the three dc done into the two chain space please

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