Virus Patterns

Virus Patterns

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So grab your crochet hooks, some yarn

Here are some of the virus stitch patterns I have:

Original Virus Blanket

Rectangle Virus Blanket

2 Corner Virus Poncho

4 Corner Virus Poncho

And the Virus Hat

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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Robin

    What a great post, would you consider doing a virus sweater?

    1. Jonna

      I have one in the works! I will be doing a video and a written pattern. Thank you for the visit!


    Is the Virus Pattern copy right protected?

    1. Jonna

      Yes it is.

  3. Rachel Schneewind

    Hi Jonna, just purchased the Virus Blanket pattern and it looks great! Just one thing, it doesn’t seem to state yarn weight or the yardage needed, can you help? Thanks!

    1. Jonna

      Thank you for purchasing the virus blanket pattern.
      The reason I did not include a hook or yarn is because you could use extra bulky yarn or thread to make this pattern.

      What I recommend is choosing a yarn and then using a size hook smaller than what is recommended for the yarn.
      I hope this helps.

      Please let me know if you have any other questions, I’m happy to help.
      Have a lovely crochet day.

  4. Cindy

    Hi Jonna, I just purchased your square virus blanket. I started working on it and base round b states there are 40 DC – great! but (isn’t there always a “but”) mine won’t lay flat. I started over 3 times, hoping it was my tension but (there’s that but again) it’s still won’t lay flat. I’ve just started row 2 so I’m at the beginning. Any pointers? Thanks, Cindy

    1. Jonna

      You can go own a hook size, but that is very typical of this pattern. It is not an iron straight project. Generally as it gets bigger it pulls itself out. You can also block it to help too.

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