Charlotte’s Dream Pattern

Crochet is a type of craft that is made with threads and needles, hooks. The result of the work looks like a lacy knit with the chosen stitch.

There are numerous different points in the world of crochet and every day increases diversity, leaving more modern and current their work. There are works that remind me of childhood because it is so delicate and perfect the design and the combination of colors. Crocheting used to be a thing of the elderly, of old people, but nowadays it is being made by various ages. It is used for a hobby, distraction, also as a treatment for depression, increases motor coordination, is always moving the brain and memory and other things.

This pattern of crochet is wonderful and is the beginning of a work because it is the center of it. This point is called Charlotte’s Dream Pattern, and consists of 12 squares of Charlotte that can make in 12 different colors or use 2 colors as you prefer and like.

When he begins to make the first square, he already wakes up the imagination for new works in creating a blanket, quilt or even a different decoration, whatever he wants to do.


Necessary materials

  • 3.5mm crochet hook
  • Scheepjes Stonewashed (# 2)
  • Color Contrast Color A
    – 2 skeins (220 meters) of Pink Quartz (820)
    – Blue Apatite (805)
    – Canada Jade (806)
    – Yellow Jasper (809)
    – Granada (810)
    – Deep Amethyst (811)
    – Lemon Quartz (812)
    – Amazonite (813)
    – Green Agate (815)
    – Coral (816)
    – Quartz Lilacs (818)
    – Carnelian (823)
  • Main Color 1 / Color B – 12 skeins (1500 meters) of color Stone of the Moon (801)
  • Main Color 2 / Color C – 12 Picks (1450 Meters) Smokey Quartz Color (802)

These colors are those that were used in the original pattern but can use the colors you prefer. The photos left here helped you get a sense of how your work will end up.

Abbreviations – US Terminology

Ch – Current
BP – Post behind (the hook comes from back to front of the point)
CC – contrasting color
Dc – Double Crochet
FP – Front post (insert your hook from front to back around the post of the indicated point and complete the stitch normally)
Hdc – half crochet tip
MC – main color
Sc – Simple Crochet
Sl st – Slip stitch
St / st’s – Points / points


The asterisk symbol means it will have pattern repeats. Thus having to repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times you ask.

() – The parentheses means repetitions. Where you have to repeat the instructions that are within the parentheses the number of times requested. They are also used to tell how many stitches will be worked in the same space.

Below I leave the link of the sequence of the pattern so that they can do this marvel too.

Step by Step  Charlotte’s Dream Pattern part 1
Charlotte’s Dream Pattern part 2
Charlotte’s Dream Pattern part 3

Choose the colors you prefer for your job depending on what you are going to do, with vibrant colors or if it is for babies and children it gets lovely clear and sweet colors. I hope this pattern brings you joy and satisfaction as it has brought us. The flower of the center pattern is embossed making a texture leaving the pattern more delicate, making the points not so tight. Each square made of this pattern will have to measure 42 cm (16.5 “) and the pattern size is 172 cm (68 “) x 130 cm (51”).

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10 thoughts on “Charlotte’s Dream Pattern

  • 27 de November de 2018 at 17:41

    Oh my gosh I love it and I’m so proud of you for sending it to me. Thank you thank you thank you.

  • 27 de November de 2018 at 20:00

    Love these patterns thank you

  • 29 de November de 2018 at 14:46

    Love this pattern. My new project after the holidays! Thank you

  • 29 de November de 2018 at 22:16

    These patterns are so pretty. Thank you for sharing.

  • 1 de December de 2018 at 04:55

    I love this pattern its beautiful

  • 1 de December de 2018 at 08:52

    Thank you so much! Lovely patterns & easily accessable xxx

  • 6 de December de 2018 at 14:54

    Thank you so much for the pattern. I love it, can not wait to get started.

  • 18 de December de 2018 at 00:36

    How do I save the patterns no pinterest or save button.

    • 18 de December de 2018 at 13:34

      Save the photo with the right button


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