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About This Pattern:
Yarn: 1036 yards total of super bulky weight yarn: 518 yards of main color 74 yards each of 7 accent colors A–G We used 14 balls total of Loopy Mango Merino No. 5: 7 balls in "Polar Bear" (main color), and 1 ball of each accent color: “Midnight” (A), “Bordeaux” (B), “Key Lime” (C), “Sage” (D), “Mustard”(E), “Bubble Gum” (F), and “Spicy Hot Pink” (G).
Hook: US S / 20 mm or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: darning needle, scissors
Gauge: 4 sts and 2 rows per four inchesin double crochet before blocking
Measurements: Each square is about 10” x 10” Full blanket is about 50” x 60”
Sizes:one size, though you can easily make the blanket smaller or larger by making more or less granny squares.