• [Free Pattern] Really Simple Pattern With Stunning Results: Yarn Clouds Square

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     Beautiful 12-inch square with some very interesting and cute stitches that form the “clouds”. Love the texture of this square! An entire afghan of this square would be so much fun! This Yarn Clouds Square by Amelia Beebe looks like storm clouds rolling in, if you use strong colors! In blue and white, it looks like clouds on a summer day!

    The pattern is great to use for cute pillows, or even baby blankets considering that once you understand the repeat, you could enlarge this square as big as you’d like. This is definitely one of my favorite blocks so far.

    Materials:

    Worsted Weight yarn
    Size H hook (5.00mm)
    Yarn needle (to weave in ends)

    Finish Size: 12”h x 12”w

    Different Stitches:

    Back Post Double Crochet (BPDC) – Yarn over, insert hook from back of work thru side of specified st, going in front of st and then insert hook thru other side of st going back to the back of your work, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull thru 2 loops, yarn over, pull thru last 2 loops on hook.

    Back Post Single Crochet (BPSC) – Insert hook from back of work thru side of specified st going in front of st and then insert hook thru other side of st going back to the back of your work, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, and pull thru both loops on hook.

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    94 Comments to [Free Pattern] Really Simple Pattern With Stunning Results: Yarn Clouds Square

    1. search and download Primo PDF, (the free one) It should show, and give you the choice, which to do, when you give the print command, then you chose the Primo, tell it what name to have, and then where to store it. I have several folders, and thumb drives, that I use. Hope this helps.

    2. @[1534128621:2048:Jayna Velez], @[100000127492510:2048:Luanne Weber], @[100001950200224:2048:Elyse Forman DeLuise], @[100002701597748:2048:Brenda Chango] look how beautiful.

    3. Sherry, the pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern : first letter capital, usually followed by the designer’s name and only one line under. Hope this simplifies finding the pattern. In this case, please click on the words : Yarn Clouds Square.

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