Abstract Queen CAL: Mosaic Part 10

November 3, 2020: Part 10 – Rows 217-240

Work in progress by Nina

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Mosaic Key

MC = Main Color: black in chart
CC = Contrasting Color: white in chart
Sp = space
Sk = skip a stitch
CH = chain
SC = single crochet
sc = SC into Back Loop only
DC = double crochet
dc = DC into Front Loop of stitch, 2 rows below
JS = Joining Stitch: insert hook under both loops, pull up a loop, slip stitch, SC in same space
ES = End Stitch: SC under both loops, CH 1, cut yarn and pull through tightly

Mosaic Technique

  • Remember to skip the same number of stitch(es) behind your dc(s) before doing your next sc
  • The front of your work is always facing you (this is the right side, the side showing the design)
  • You are always working from the right to the left
  • You tie on a new yarn at the beginning of each row and cut it at the end
    • Tails don’t need to be longer than an inch and a half
  • Yarn colors can be anything you like
    • They need to contrast well (try a black and white photo to see if they are too similar)
    • They need to be the same weight (size/thickness)
    • My charts use black as the Main Color and white as the Coordinating Color
  • I prefer using a chainless SC to create my foundation row because then I have tails on both sides of my work just like all the other rows will have
  • Even-numbered rows use MC; odd-numbered rows use CC
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Next part of the pattern begins here:

217 – JS, sc1, dc1, sc317, dc1, sc1, ES

218 – JS, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc315, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

219 – JS, sc1, dc1, sc317, dc1, sc1, ES

220 – JS, (dc1, sc1) x2, {dc1, sc29, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1} x7, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

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221 – JS, sc1, (dc1, sc1) x2, {dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x11, dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x5} x7, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc1, ES

222 – JS, (dc1, sc1) x3, {dc1, sc3, dc1, sc29, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2} x7, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

223 – JS, sc1, dc1, sc1, {(dc1, sc1) x12, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc7, dc1, sc5} x7, (dc1, sc1) x5, ES

224 – JS, (dc1, sc1) x3, {dc1, sc3, dc1, sc17, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc13, dc1, sc1} x7, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

225 – JS, sc1, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc5, {(dc1, sc1) x12, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc7, dc1, sc5} x7, dc1, sc1, ES

226 – JS, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc25, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1, {dc1, sc29, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1} x6, dc1, sc11, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

227 – JS, sc1, dc1, sc3, {(dc1, sc1) x11, dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x5, dc1, sc5} x7, (dc1, sc1) x4, ES

228 – JS, (dc1, sc1) x2, {dc1, sc29, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, dc1, sc3} x7, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

229 – JS, sc1, (dc1, sc1) x10, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc7, dc1, sc5, {(dc1, sc1) x12, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc7, dc1, sc5} x6, (dc1, sc1) x8, ES

230 – JS, (dc1, sc1) x2, {dc1, sc17, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc13, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc3} x7, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

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231 – JS, sc1, dc1, sc3, {(dc1, sc1) x12, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc7, dc1, sc5} x7, (dc1, sc1) x4, ES

232 – JS, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc19, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1, {dc1, sc29, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1} x6, dc1, sc17, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

233 – JS, sc1, (dc1, sc1) x10, dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x5, {dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x11, dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x5} x6, dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x7, ES

234 – JS, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc25, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, {dc1, sc3, dc1, sc29, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2} x6, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc11, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

235 – JS, sc1, (dc1, sc1) x7, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc7, dc1, sc5, {(dc1, sc1) x12, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc7, dc1, sc5} x6, (dc1, sc1) x11, ES

236 – JS, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc13, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc13, dc1, sc1, {dc1, sc3, dc1, sc17, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc13, dc1, sc1} x6, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc11, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

237 – JS, sc1, (dc1, sc1) x11, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc7, dc1, sc5, {(dc1, sc1) x12, dc1, sc5, dc1, sc7, dc1, sc5} x6, (dc1, sc1) x7, ES

238 – JS, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc13, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1, {dc1, sc29, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc1} x6, dc1, sc23, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

239 – JS, sc1, (dc1, sc1) x7, dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x5, {dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x11, dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x5} x6, dc1, sc5, (dc1, sc1) x10, ES

240 – JS, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc19, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2, {dc1, sc3, dc1, sc29, dc1, sc1, dc1, sc3, (dc1, sc1) x2} x6, dc1, sc3, dc1, sc17, dc1, sc1, dc1, ES

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