Lost In Time Blanket

One of my many WIPs at the moment is a Lost In Time Shawl.  I discovered this wonderful pattern by Johanna at Mijo Crochet. https://mijocrochet.wordpress.com/2017/03/15/lost-in-time-shawl-sjal/  I have a feeling that many more of her patterns are in my future.  They are beautiful and I have a stash of yarn to use. I have just joined the Prayer Shawl Ministry at church so I’m planning on several shawls and baby blankets.

As I was working on it I had the urge to turn it into a straight blanket.  So while I wassupposed to have been preparing for vacation, I’ve been spending my evenings crocheting, frogging, calculating algebra and crocheting again to figure out how to turn a triangle into a rectangle.  Johanna gave me permission to share my blanket but the pattern is hers, so please refer to her website for more details.


2 Caron Cakes in Cherry Chip

H Hook (Furls)



This blanket has a repeat of 36 stitches.  My blanket was 111 stitches wide (3×36 plus 3 end stitches).  I chained 112 to start.  Each row then has 111 stitches (you have no idea how long it took me to figure out how to make every row the same length).  I found it really important to COUNT AFTER EVERY ROW.  An error in the early rows can mean an extra shell further up and that just won’t work . . . trust me I had the frogged yarn piles to prove it.


I prefer to have the turning chains not count as stitches so I just chain 2 for DC rows and 1 for SC rows (blue circles on the chart).  This is different from Johanna’s pattern.

Be really careful at either end of each row.  Make sure you don’t stitch into spaces that aren’t there, especially in rows 1-6.

The green sections in rows 9-12 are just highlighting that the first and last shells are different.  They only have seven stitches instead of eight.

This is about half way through. Just need to take a break as I’m off on vacation and am choosing to take only unstarted projects to save space in the suitcase. 


3 thoughts on “Lost In Time Blanket

  1. Oh, my goodness, I am so impressed with you. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful piece of art with us, . I am absolutely going to make this my next project, and can just hear my fans oooh and aaah over the finished product.


  2. Hi Kate … not sure if it’s going to be beyond me but I’d like to turn this pattern from the original shawl, into a blanket starting in the middle & working out, if you know what I mean. Or do you know of anyone who has one this & can save me the time to work it out?


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