MOSAIC CROCHET | OVERLAY MOSAIC CROCHET FOR BEGINNERS | Bella Coco Crochet

MOSAIC CROCHET | OVERLAY MOSAIC CROCHET FOR BEGINNERS | Bella Coco Crochet





OVERLAY MOSAIC CROCHET | Learn the overlay mosaic stitch technique in this easy to follow tutorial. I will teach you all about how to read an overlay mosaic chart, the basic techniques and show you a basic overlay mosaic pattern. You can find the left handed version here:

You can find the blog post to this video here:
In this blog post you will find the written instructions and the FREE PDF download so that you can practice your chart reading! Don’t forget to also PIN the post image to your pinterest board.

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I HAVE USED:

Yarn: In the videos I have used MillaMia Naturally Soft Aran in Stone and Ice. However, as this is a general stitch tutorial any yarn can be used!

Hook: I have used a 5.5mm. You can use the right hook to suit your yarn.

⏰ TIME STAMPS:-
Intro 00:00
Chart 01:24
Pattern 04:26
Starting Pattern 06:18
Foundation chain 07:07
Row 1 07:32
Row 2 10:33
Row 3 12:56
Row 4 18:34
Row 5 22:24
Row 6 25:21

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//FAQs??

-How many squares do I need for a baby blanket?

This can vary, it really can be however big or small you like, but i generally do 4×4 or 5×5.

This blog post might be useful:

-How many chains shall I do for a *single/double/etc’ blanket?

Again, this can vary. I would suggest that you do your chain and lay it down agains the bed you are wanting it for. It should be the same width. You should then ad a few more to make it a little wider.

This blog post might be useful:

-How much yarn do I need?

Unfortunately, I will be able to answer individuals questions about how much yarn you would used do to multiple factors affecting it. Such as, your tension, the size of hook and the yarn being used.

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