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Stitchgwen crochet fox pixel blanket

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I'm looking for a pattern for "Stitchgwen crochet fox pixel blanket" I am wanting to make it for my daughter being she loves foxes. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Is this is? http://www.crochetconcupiscence.com/2015/03/crochet-inspiration-photos-from-instagram-this-week-12/stitchgwen-crochet-fox-pixel-blanket/

 

I didn't see the pattern with the picture, but there is a comment section and a contact me link on the page.  If you haven't already, you might want to contact the designer and ask where to get the pattern.

 

Also, you could do any pattern for the 11 squares wide and 12 squares long.  Just use the colors you want and place them in the same order as the picture.

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Yes that is the one. I have seelnt a message to them just waiting for response. Just thought I would check here to see if anyone might know. I was gonna try and do it without pattern. But I need to make it big enough for my daughter who is 19. So adult size. Been trying to figure out how many squares of each color. And how much yarn needed for each color for the size I need. I'm terrible when it comes to the math of it lol

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The square looks like a solid "granny square" to me, here's a bunch of free similar patterns for the square.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/search#craft=crochet&view=captioned_thumbs&query=solid%20granny&sort=best&availability=free

 

As for the yarn needed, yeah that is a tough one.  Maybe start with 2 each the no-dye lot 'pounders' for the red and white.  One normal sized skein (thinking RHSS 7 oz. skeins)  of black should be plenty.  I notice there are 2 'whites' in the photo, not sure if this is on purpose or a canny use of mis-matched dye lots.

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I am doing a pixel blanket like this now. I am using just a basic granny square. Good luck!

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