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Monstera Crochet Square Pattern

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A new year and a new Moogly Block CAL and this year I went with a Monstera Crochet Square. I am what you would call a want-to-be plant lady. I love the look of plants for home decor, but I tend to not be the best plant mom.

Usually, when my plants start to look a little pathetic I release them into the wild. I’m lucky that pretty much anything grows in Florida so nature has revived so many of my mistakes. So maybe I’ll just stick with a crochet version for now lol.

Want to see how this looks with different colors? Check it out on Moogly.

Monstera Crochet Square Pattern Supplies:

Crochet Hook:

6.0mm (J hook), or hook to obtain gauge

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Notions:

Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends
Scissors

Yarn:

Red Heart With Love
White (Color A)
Lettuce (Color B)

If the gauge is met, other yarns of the same weight can be substituted:
Red Heart Comfort
Bernat Super Value
Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice
Premier Yarns Everyday Worsted
Caron One Pound

Yardage:

Approx. 145 Yards (133 meters)

Abbreviations/Stitches:

blo – back loop only
ch- Chain
RS- Right Side
sc- Single Crochet
sl st- Slip Stitch
sts- Stitches
WS- Wrong Side

Gauge:

 14.5 sc sts and 14.5 rows = 4” [10 cm] sc with J-hook

Skill Level:

Easy/Advanced Beginner

Size:

12 inches (31 cm) wide and tall

Monstera Crochet Square Pattern Notes:

  • The stitches for the color portion of this pattern are all done in single crochet. Each color is represented by a letter. Color A is white and Color B is green. Example (A) x 7 = single crochet 7 stitches with color A (white)
  • After the end of each row turn. It is not necessary to chain 1 at the beginning of each row, simply work right into the first st.
  • Since there is a wrong side and a right side to the square, I used a combination of intarsia and carrying yarn across the back for the color work. Experiment and see what works best for you.
  • Please visit https://brianakdesigns.com/ways-to-colorwork-in-crochet/ for a full tutorial on colorwork as well as a FREE Sheep Yarn Bobbin Printable to assist you with this project. No one loves tangles.

Monstera Crochet Square Written Instructions

To begin: With Color A, chain 39 and start the first row in the first chain from hook.

← Row 1 [RS]: (A) x 39


→ Row 2 [WS]: (A) x 7, (B) x 2, (A) x 30

← Row 3 [RS]: (A) x 13, (B) x 6, (A) x 1, (B) x 3, (A) x 7, (B) x 2, (A) x 7

→ Row 4 [WS]: (A) x 7, (B) x 2, (A) x 5, (B) x 4, (A) x 1, (B) x 9, (A) x 11

← Row 5 [RS]: (A) x 10, (B) x 16, (A) x 4, (B) x 2, (A) x 7

→ Row 6 [WS]: (A) x 7, (B) x 3, (A) x 2, (B) x 11, (A) x 6, (B) x 1, (A) x 9

← Row 7 [RS]: (A) x 11, (B) x 4, (A) x 1, (B) x 11, (A) x 2, (B) x 2, (A) x 8

→ Row 8 [WS]: (A) x 8, (B) x 10, (A) x 2, (B) x 11, (A) x 8

← Row 9 [RS]: (A) x 7, (B) x 12, (A) x 4, (B) x 11, (A) x 5

→ Row 10 [WS]: (A) x 4, (B) x 12, (A) x 2, (B) x 15, (A) x 6

← Row 11 [RS]: (A) x 5, (B) x 29, (A) x 5

→ Row 12 [WS]: (A) x 3, (B) x 18, (A) x 10, (B) x 3, (A) x 5

← Row 13 [RS]: (A) x 4, (B) x 2, (A) x 14, (B) x 17, (A) x 2

→ Row 14 [WS]: (A) x 2, (B) x 16, (A) x 7, (B) x 8, (A) x 6

← Row 15 [RS]: (A) x 4, (B) x 13, (A) x 3, (B) x 17, (A) x 2

→ Row 16 [WS]: (A) x 1, (B) x 7, (A) x 3, (B) x 25, (A) x 3

← Row 17 [RS]: (A) x 3, (B) x 25, (A) x 3, (B) x 7, (A) x 1

→ Row 18 [WS]: (A) x 1, (B) x 6, (A) x 4, (B) x 14, (A) x 4, (B) x 7, (A) x 3

← Row 19 [RS]: (A) x 2, (B) x 5, (A) x 8, (B) x 14, (A) x 3, (B) x 6, (A) x 1

→ Row 20 [WS]: (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 3, (B) x 15, (A) x 10, (B) x 3, (A) x 2

← Row 21 [RS]: (A) x 2, (B) x 1, (A) x 1, (B) x 8, (A) x 2, (B) x 16, (A) x 3, (B) x 4, (A) x 2

→ Row 22 [WS]: (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 3, (B) x 21, (A) x 3

← Row 23 [RS]: (A) x 2, (B) x 22, (A) x 3, (B) x 5, (A) x 1, (B) x 3, (A) x 3

→ Row 24 [WS]: (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 1, (B) x 5, (A) x 3, (B) x 22, (A) x 2

← Row 25 [RS]: (A) x 1, (B) x 9, (A) x 2, (B) x 7, (A) x 2, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 5, (A) x 1, (B) x 3, (A) x 3

→ Row 26 [WS]: (A) x 4, (B) x 2, (A) x 1, (B) x 5, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 6, (A) x 4, (B) x 2, (A) x 2, (B) x 3, (A) x 1

← Row 27 [RS]: (A) x 1, (B) x 1, (A) x 4, (B) x 12, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 5, (A) x 1, (B) x 1, (A) x 5

→ Row 28 [WS]: (A) x 7, (B) x 5, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 2, (B) x 15, (A) x 4

← Row 29 [RS]: (A) x 2, (B) x 17, (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 2, (B) x 5, (A) x 7

→ Row 30 [WS]: (A) x 8, (B) x 4, (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 2, (B) x 17, (A) x 2

← Row 31 [RS]: (A) x 2, (B) x 2, (A) x 3, (B) x 12, (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 8

→ Row 32 [WS]: (A) x 9, (B) x 3, (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 2, (B) x 6, (A) x 1, (B) x 8, (A) x 1, (B) x 1, (A) x 2

← Row 33 [RS]: (A) x 3, (B) x 8, (A) x 2, (B) x 6, (A) x 1, (B) x 4, (A) x 3, (B) x 1, (A) x 11

→ Row 34 [WS]: (A) x 15, (B) x 4, (A) x 2, (B) x 5, (A) x 2, (B) x 8, (A) x 3

← Row 35 [RS]: (A) x 4, (B) x 6, (A) x 2, (B) x 6, (A) x 2, (B) x 3, (A) x 16

→ Row 36 [WS]: (A) x 18, (B) x 2, (A) x 2, (B) x 6, (A) x 11

← Row 37 [RS]: (A) x 11, (B) x 4, (A) x 24

→ Row 38 [WS]: (A) x 26, (B) x 3, (A) x 10

← Row 39 [RS]: (A) x 39

Crochet Edging

After row 39 do not fasten off, continue to sc around the outside perimeter of the square placing one stitch on the edge of each row and a ch 1 at the corners, join.

Next Round:

With Color B attach yarn. Working in the blo for this round, sc in first, ch 1, skip 1, sc in next, ch 1, skip 1; repeat from * to * around, join.

Next Round:

Sc in each stitch around placing a ch 1 on corners, join and fasten off yarn. Weave in ends.

Monstera Color Block Instructions

Monstera Chart Instructions

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