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This is a free pattern for a stunning brick weave mosaic crochet blanket. Create a cozy and vibrant blanket using this versatile mosaic crochet technique.
Have you tried mosaic crochet yet? It looks challenging, but it’s not too difficult at all. Point and case is this stunning, free Mosaic Crochet Brick Weave Blanket pattern!
This mosaic crochet pattern combines the timeless beauty of the brick look that looks woven with the captivating technique of mosaic crochet. The result is a stunning blanket that will leave you in awe. I personally love the visually pleasing effect of woven mosaic crochet, which I find mesmerizing!
Designed with both style and comfort in mind, this brick weave afghan showcases the interplay of colors using this overlay mosaic crochet technique. The mosaic crochet pattern adds depth and dimension to the blanket, giving your project a unique and vibrant personality.
Below you’ll find a video, clear instructions, and helpful tips, to help you master the art of overlay mosaic crochet. So grab your favorite yarn colors and crochet hook, and bring this beautiful mosaic crochet blanket to life.
Table of contents
- Mosaic Crochet Patterns
- Get the PDF of the Brick Blanket Mosaic Crochet Pattern
- How to Make the Brick Weave Mosaic Crochet Blanket
- Mosaic Crochet Video Tutorial
- Free Written Pattern for the Mosaic Crochet Brick Blanket
Mosaic Crochet Patterns
Mosaic crochet is truly very simple. You can create beautiful crochet pieces that use different colors BUT never have to change colors once!
This crochet technique is not just for advanced crocheters. If you can work basic crochet stitches, then you can do mosaic crochet – it really is that simple.
Learn everything there is to know about Mosaic Crochet! I have written 39 other mosaic crochet patterns, along with 8 tutorials and 14 videos in my all-in-one course.
Get the PDF of the Brick Blanket Mosaic Crochet Pattern
This mosaic crochet blanket pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly PDF pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.
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So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to make this mosaic crochet pouch.
How to Make the Brick Weave Mosaic Crochet Blanket
Materials you will need
- Premier Anti-Pilling Everyday Yarn (100g) – worsted (#4) yarn
- Aran (4 skeins)
- Premier Anti-Pilling Everyday Medley Yarn (100g) – worsted (#4) yarn
- Blue (4 skeins)
- 6 mm hook -> I used a Furls Crochet Metal Streamline Hook – use NICKI15 for 15% off
- tapestry needle
4 sts x 4 rows = 1 square inch
43 x 43 inches
Stitches used in the pattern
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- st/sts = stitch/stitches
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- blo = back loop only
- flo = front loop only
- mdc = mosaic double crochet (place around front loop 2 rows down – same color yarn)
- dc = double crochet
- sl st = slip stitch
- Envelope Border
Mosaic Crochet Video Tutorial
Learn the basics with this Mosaic Crochet Tutorial. It’s much easier than you might think! In order to crochet in rounds you simply add a slip stitch and drop the color.
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Free Written Pattern for the Mosaic Crochet Brick Blanket
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Mosaic Crochet Brick Blanket
Using Overlay Crochet in Rounds, follow the graph to crochet this pattern.
All pixels without an X are made with SC in the BLO
All pixels with an X are made with MDC which are DC sts in the FLO 2 rows down
Written Pattern for the Brick Weave Mosaic Crochet Blanket
- All odd rows are aran
- All even rows are blue
ALL sc’s are made in the BLO!
All mdc’s are made in the FLO 2 rows down (same color)!
Repeat EACH pattern repeat 10 additional times to have 132 stitches per row.
One Pattern Repeat
R1: (sc) x 12
R2: (sc) x 12
R3: (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3
R4: (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 6
R5: (sc) x 2, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 5
R6: (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1
R7: (sc) x 2, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 5
R8: (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 6
R9: (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3
R10: (sc) x 9, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1
R11: (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 7, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3
R12: (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1
R13: (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 7, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 3
R14: (sc) x 9, (mdc) x 1, (sc) x 1, (mdc) x 1
Repeat Rows 3 through 14, 10 additional times.
Mosaic Crochet Blanket Border
Then add the Envelope Border all around, fasten off and weave in your ends.
Your mosaic crochet brick weave blanket is now finished and ready to use! What will you use it for? A throw on the sofa? An accent for the spare room? I’d love to know! I hope you enjoyed making this beautiful crochet afghan.
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