Around the Bases Crochet Throw

Around the Bases CAL is one of the most versatile projects you can imagine, so it’s perfect for all of experimenters out there!

This CAL designed by ChiChi Allen actually focuses on innings, that is – the rows around the center block, and that’s why it’s so flexible. You can choose any square you like for the middle part, and use this pattern to add rows and rows of beautiful stitches around. It’s a great idea, because you can truly take the project into your own hands and create something unique. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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The most beautiful versions of Around the Bases – Free CAL

Original Around the Bases Blanket

One of the most popular centers for this project is free crochet pattern for Sophie’s Garden by Dedri Uys, because it has the perfect size and looks amazing. This lovely versions in white and blue is a great example how to merge two projects together by choosing original color palette, so keep it in mind for your next endeavors!

  • DESIGNED by ChiChi Allen @ keitopalette.wordpress.com
  • PROJECT TYPE throw
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Find all parts of this CAL as free patterns on keitopalette.wordpress.com, or read more about it on Ravelry, where you can also purchase full pattern bundle.

 

Around the Bases – Chair cover

This color palette is something different, because it’s not obvious or boring. Center block is very important, too, because it gives a beat to the project, creates a base. This version by diableria incorporates free pattern for Lise Square by Polly Plum. Isn’t it amazing?

  • DESIGNED by ChiChi Allen @ keitopalette.wordpress.com
  • THIS VERSION by diableria / ravelry.com
  • PROJECT TYPE throw
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

brown and white blanket

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photos by diableria / ravelry.com


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Find original free CAL on keitopalette.wordpress.com, or find more on Ravelry. See more of this particular version by diableria on Ravelry.

 

Around the Bases

This project by Pebbles9x showcases amazing floral center, because it incorporates paid pattern for The Enchanted Garden Tote by Courtney Laube. Delicate lilacs, pinks and greens work amazingly well together, and create blanket or bedspread that will keep summer in your home all year long.

  • DESIGNED by ChiChi Allen @ keitopalette.wordpress.com
  • THIS VERSION by Pebbles9x / ravelry.com
  • PROJECT TYPE throw
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

pink and blue blanket photos by Pebbles9x / ravelry.com

Find original free CAL on keitopalette.wordpress.com, or find more on Ravelry. See more of this particular version by Pebbles9x on Ravelry.

 


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Around the Bases

Crocodile stitch is one of my favorites, because it’s fun and always adds structural qualities to the design. This version incorporates paid pattern for The Crocodile Flower by Joyce D. Lewis, but it’s worth every penny. You must admit that it looks very cool! Abundance of colorful rows remind me of flowery meadows and blooming alleys.

  • DESIGNED by ChiChi Allen @ keitopalette.wordpress.com
  • THIS VERSION by teddiescrafts / ravelry.com
  • PROJECT TYPE throw
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate

pink colorful blanlet

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photos by teddiescrafts / ravelry.com

Find original free CAL on keitopalette.wordpress.com, or find more on Ravelry. See more of this particular version by teddiescrafts on Ravelry.

 

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