Abstract Queen CAL: Interlocking Part 14

December 1, 2020: Part 14 – Rows 313-336

Crocheted by Emily Harmon using the interlocking crochet technique

As we near the end of this CAL, I am thankful for all the support and love I’ve received over the last few months! You guys make me want to keep designing, so here’s some new squares for you!

Right now, they are only available on Ravelry but I will get them set up on Etsy as a bundle when I’ve got more to add with them. On Ravelry I have added all my holiday patterns into a sale bundle! Use code, “Holiday20“, to get 20% off any of these patterns until Dec. 31, 2020:

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Interlocking Information

  • US crochet terminology
  • Chart is 359 x 321 = 115,239 stitches!
  • Finished size 90” x 80” (Queen plus drape)
  • 4.5 mm hook (US7)
  • Worsted weight yarn (8250 yards)
    • Main color (black in chart) – 4100 yards plus 50 yards for optional SC border
    • Accent color – 4100 yards
  • Gauge: 16 DC x 8 rows = 4”

Key for Interlocking Crochet

RS = right side: the side of your work that will show the finished design
WS = wrong side: the back of your project
Front = the side currently facing you
Back = the side not facing you
Ch = chain
Sp = space
Sk = skip a stitch
SC = single crochet
DC = double crochet
F = DC in front, then CH 1
B = DC behind, then CH 1
ES = DC into the last window space
EF = end stitch in front: using AC, DC into the last AC window, working in front of MC
EB = end stitch in back: using AC, DC into the last AC window, working behind MC
ACF = bring the AC yarn to the side facing you
ACB = put AC yarn to the side facing away from you

Notes

  • If you chain tighter than me you may need to Ch 4 where I Ch 3
  • Don’t confuse RS / WS with Front / Back
  • Remember, each color is worked into itself only and there is a chain space between each DC
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I have repeated the final row from last week here – pay attention to what row you’re on!

WS – ACB

312 MC – Ch3, (1B, 1F, 2B, 6F, 2B, 1F, 1B, 8F) x7, 1B, 1F, 3B, ES

313 AC – Ch3 in back, 4B, (2F, 1B, 3F, 1B, 2F, 13B) x7, EB

RS – ACF

314 MC – Ch3, (3F, 1B, 1F, 14B, 2F, 1B) x7, 3F, 1B, 1F, ES

315 AC – Ch3 in front, 2F, 2B, (12F, 2B, 6F, 2B) x7, EF

WS – ACB

316 MC – Ch3, 1B, 2F, (2B, 1F, 3B, 1F, 1B, 14F) x7, 2B, ES

317 AC – Ch3 in back, (3F, 1B, 2F, 13B, 2F, 1B) x7, 3F, 1B, EB

RS – ACF

318 MC – Ch3, 1F, 3B, (2F, 1B, 1F, 8B, 1F, 1B, 2F, 6B) x7, 1F, ES

319 AC – Ch3 in front, 158B, EF

WS – ACB

320 MC – Ch3, 1B, 157F, 1B, ES

321 AC – Ch3 in back, 158F, EB

RS – ACF

322 MC – Ch3, {(1F, 1B) x3, 3F, (1B, 1F) x3, 2B, 1F, 7B, 1F, 1B, 1F, 7B, 1F, 2B} x4, (1F, 1B) x3, 1F, ES

323 AC – Ch3 in front, 16F, {1B, 2F, 1B, 1F, (1B, 2F) x3, 1B, 1F, 1B, 2F, 1B, 18F} x3, 1B, 2F, 1B, 1F, (1B, 2F) x3, 1B, 1F, 1B, 2F, 1B, 8F, EF

WS – ACB

324 MC – Ch3, 1B, {(1F, 1B) x4, 1F, 5B, 1F, 1B, 3F, 1B, 1F, 5B, (1F, 1B) x4, 1F, 3B} x4, (1F, 1B) x2, 1F, 1B, ES

325 AC – Ch3 in back, 2F, 2B, 2F, [{(1B, 1F) x5, 1B, 2F} x2, (2B, 2F) x3] x4, EB

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RS – ACF

326 MC – Ch3, 1F, 6B, (1F, 7B) x2, {(1F, 1B) x3, (1F, 7B) x4} x3, (1F, 1B) x3, 1F, 7B, 1F, 6B, 1F, ES

327 AC – Ch3 in front, {1F, 2B, 8F, 2B, (1F, 1B, 2F, 1B) x2, 6F, 1B, 2F, 1B, 1F, 1B, 2F, 1B} x4, 1F, 2B, 3F, EF

WS – ACB

328 MC – Ch3, 1B, 2F, {1B, 2F, 1B, 1F, 5B, (1F, 1B, 2F, 1B) x2, 1F, 5B, 1F, 1B, 2F, (1B, 3F) x2} x4, 1B, 2F, 1B, ES

329 AC – Ch3 in back, {2F, 3B, 1F, (1B, 1F) x4, 3B, 2F, 3B, 1F, (1B, 1F) x4, 3B, 2F, 2B} x4, 2F, 2B, 2F, 3B, 1F, EB

RS – ACF

330 MC – Ch3, 2F, (1B, 2F, 1B, 3F, 1B, 2F, 1B, 1F, 7B, 1F, 9B, 1F, 7B, 1F, 1B, 2F, 1B, 3F, 1B, 2F, 1B, 1F, 7B, 1F, 9B, 1F, 7B, 1F) x2, 1B, 2F, 1B, 1F, ES

331 AC – Ch3 in front, 1F, {1B, 10F, (1B, 2F, 1B, 1F) x2, (2B, 1F) x3, 1B, 2F, 1B, 1F, 1B, 2F} x4, 1B, 4F, EF

WS – ACB

332 MC – Ch3, 1B, {(1F, 1B) x2, 1F, 5B, (1F, 1B) x2, (1F, 2B) x2, (1F, 1B) x2, 1F, 5B, (1F, 1B) x2, 1F, 3B} x4, (1F, 1B) x2, 1F, 1B, ES

333 AC – Ch3 in back, {2F, (1B, 1F) x5, 12B, (1F, 1B) x5, 2F, 2B} x4, 2F, (1B, 1F) x2, EB

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RS – ACF

334 MC – Ch3, 1F, 2B, {(1F, 3B) x2, 1F, 7B, 1F, 2B, 1F, 1B, (2F, 1B) x2, 1F, 2B, 1F, 7B} x4, 1F, 2B, 1F, ES

335 AC – Ch3 in front, 1B, 2F, 1B, (1F, 1B, 2F, 1B) x3, {3F, (2B, 1F) x2, 2B, 3F, 1B, 2F, 1B, (1F, 1B, 2F, 1B) x4} x3, 3F, (2B, 1F) x2, 2B, 3F, 1B, 2F, 1B, 1F, 1B, 2F, 1B, 2F, EF

WS – ACB

336 MC – Ch3, 1B, (1F, 1B, 1F, 5B, 1F, 1B, 15F, 1B, 1F, 5B, 1F, 1B, 1F, 3B) x4, 1F, 1B, 1F, 3B, ES

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