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7th Inning (UK terms)

Around-the-Bases CAL – 7th Inning 

©ChiChi Allen 2015

Center block credit: Tropical Delight published in Herrschener’s More Blue Ribbon Afghans.  Pattern is available at Mellie Blossom.

ATB Jasmin


Please read through all the instructions before starting. This is the week 6 of the 16-week CAL.  The patterns for the first 6 innings/weeks can be found:

PDF print button as well as links to the video tutorial, American term pattern, and Dutch translation can be found at the bottom of this page.


PATTERN WRITTEN IN UK CROCHET TERMS

Abbreviations:

  • st = stitch
  • dc = double crochet
  • htr = half treble crochet
  • tr = treble crochet
  • bpdc = back post double crochet
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sp = space

7th Inning – 3×1 Cable Stitch

3 x 1 cross stitchThe 7th inning starts with {multiples of 4 plus 2} stitches per side.

Examples: 78, 86, 90, 98, 102, 110, 114, 122, 126, 134, 138, 146, 150, 158, 162, 170, 174. etc. per side

We will make 3 sets of 2 rows (total of 6 rows, Rows 27 – 32) and add a total of 16 stitches per side.


Watch your tension on double stitch (dc) rows (Rows 27, 29, and 31).


3 x 1 Cable Stitches – The cable stitches are made by skipping the first st, making trs in the next 3 sts, and then reaching over and making a long tr in the first skipped st. The 4th stitch, the one that you go back and make in the first st you skipped, should be made in front of the 3 trs and be as long as the width of the 3 trs.


Colours – Two rows make up a set so the double stitch (dc) row and the proceeding cable stitch row look best when worked in a same colour. However, as with the rest of the afghan, you can enjoy as many or few colours as you would like.

My Tropical Garden Sample Colors:

  • Row 27: Canary
  • Row 28: Canary
  • Row 29: Orange
  • Row 30: Orange
  • Row 31: Olive
  • Row 32: Olive

Row 27 (will add 2 st per side):

  1. (dc, ch 2, dc) in the corner,
  2. back post dc (bpdc) in each st,
  3. Repeat 1 & 2 for all 4 sides,
  4. sl st to the first (standing) st.          [added 2 st per side]

Row 28 (will add 4 st per side):

  1. (2 tr, ch 2, 2 tr) in the corner,
  2. **skip 1 st (green arrow in Photo A),Week 7 A
  3. tr in next 3 st (Photo B),Week 7 B_edited-1(Stitch marker is placed in the skipped st for reference only. You do not need one)
  4. make a tr in the stitch you skipped by yarning over and inserting your hook in the skipped st, going over in front of the 3 trs just made (Photo C), pull up a loop (Photo D). Pull this loop long so to match the width of the 3 trs (Photo E). Yarn over and pull through and yarn over and pull through (Photo F)** (one 3×1 cable made)Week 7 C, D, E, F_edited-1
  5. Repeat **2 through 4** until you reach the end of the row,
  6. Repeat 1 through 5 for the remaining 3 sides,
  7. sl st to the first st.          [added 4 st per side]

Row 29 (will add 4 st per side):

  1. (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the corner,
  2. dc in each st,
  3. Repeat 1 & 2 for all 4 sides,
  4. sl st to the first (standing) st.          [added 4 st per side]

Row 30 (will add 2 st per side):

  1. (tr, ch 3, tr) in the corner,
  2. skip the first (hidden) st, tr in the next 3 sts,
  3. make a long tr into the skipped first (hidden st),
  4. Repeat 5 from Row 28,
  5. Repeat 1 through 4 for the remaining 3 sides,
  6. sl st to the first st.          [added 2 st per side]

Row 31 (will add 2 st per side):

  1. (dc, ch 2, dc) in the corner,
  2. dc in each st,
  3. Repeat 1 & 2 for all 4 sides,
  4. sl st to the first (standing) st.          [added 2 st per side]

Row 32 (will add 2 st per side):

  1. (tr, ch 3, tr) in the corner,
  2. tr in the first 2 st,
  3. Repeat 5 from Row 28, tr in the last 2 st,
  4. Repeat 1 through 3 for the remaining 3 sides,
  5. sl st to the first st.         [added 2 st per side]

Total # of stitches added for Week 7 = 16

Examples: 94, 102, 106, 114, 118, 126, 130, 138, 142, 150, 154, 162, 166, 174, 178, 186, 190, per side


We are almost half way done! (click on the photo to enlarge)

Week 8 sneak peekEnjoy!


Support Groups:

CAL – Crochet A Long‘s ATB CAL event page on Facebook – Very active group where you can find all sorts of inspirations and support!  Share your photos with the group.  Ask questions.  Be tempted by other members’ gorgeous work and numerous CALs that are introduced each week.

Around-the-Bases CAL group on Ravelry – Share your project photos and questions & answers. It is not as frequently moderated as the FB CAL – Crochet A Long group but themed discussions make it easy to navigate in this friendly group.


Looking for a PDF version to print?  Click on Print & PDF powered by printfriendly.com  (You can also remove images or change the text size!)

American Terms 7th Inning

Dutch Translation – For Dutch translation of the PDF pattern, please visit Esther at It’s All in a Nutshell.

Video – Watch the video tutorial, by visiting Esther of It’s All in a Nutshell.

Please note that the pattern has only been tested using the American terms.  If there is a discrepancy between any of the other versions, please refer to the American terms.

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