Ink & Stitches - J.H. Winter - C2C Dogghan CAL 2020 part 18 A Head Above Great Dane

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WEEK #18 A Head Above Great Dane
September 1, 202 0

Oh my, are we at the Great Dane already ???
This Dogghan has flown by, hasn’t it? I hope you’ve enjoyed making all the dog squares and rectangles. We finish
them up with the dog who’s A Head Above the Rest , none other than Marmaduk e himself: the Great Dane!

The Great Dane rectangle is the size of three squares stacked high! It is the Astrocat of the Dogghan, the one that will
take you the longest amo unt of time. We’ve worked up to this one, but I know you can all see it through to the end!
Next week, we’ll be finishing up the Dogghan by connecting the squares and putting on the final border. I can’t wait
to see all of your beautiful Dogghan’s put toge ther!
Photo by francesca antichi from FreeImages
While this Dogghan CAL posts will always be here for free on my blog, for convenience, I’ve also created one giant
PDF file for those who would like to purchase a copy of all the files together in one place. No searching through posts
necessary. Plus, it’s over there now, should you want to work ahead of the group rather than wait for each week’s new
square. You can purchase this pattern for a sma ll fee here on Ravelry . It is also available on Etsy .
Make sure to post your finished squares/rectangles on social media:
I hope if you’re new to C2C crochet, that watching the Yo uTube videos for the first two squares, and working
alongside me, have helped you get this fun technique down pat!

Chart: Color Key:

***This rectangle will be worked the same as the other TALL RECTANGLES. It’s just even taller! ***
↓ Row 1: Y
↑ Row 2: Y2
↓ Row 3: Y3
↑ Row 4: Y3, E
↓ Row 5: E2, Y3
↑ Row 6: Y2, E, Y, E2
↓ Row 7: E 7
↑ Row 8: E8
↓ Row 9: Y2, E7
↑ Row 10: E8, Y2
↓ Row 11: O2, Y2, E2, X, E4
↑ Row 12: E4, W2, E2, Y, O3
↓ Row 13: O3, Y2, E2, W, X, E4
↑ Row 14: E4, W3, E, Y2, O4
↓ Row 15: O4, Y3, E, W3, E4
↑ Row 16: E3, W4, E, Y2, O6
↓ Row 17: O8, Y, W3, E, X, E 3
↑ Row 18: E3, W2, E, W2, E, O9
↓ Row 19: O9, Y, W5, X, E3
↑ Row 20: E3, W3, E, W3, O10
Corner (***To start the TALL RECTANGLE, begin with an increase to start Row 21, then Decrease at the END
of the ↓ Rows and Increase at the END of the ↑ Rows.***) :

↓ Row 21: O10, W3, G, W3, X, E2
↑ Row 22: E, W5, G, W3, O10
↓ Row 23: O10, W3, G, W4, E2
↑ Row 24: E3, W3, G, W3, O10
↓ Row 25: O10, W3, G, W3, Y, E2
↑ Row 26: E, Y2, W3, G, W3, O10
↓ Row 27: O10, W3, G, W3, O, Y, E
↑ Row 28: Y, O2, W3, G, W3, O10
↓ Row 29: O10, G, W2, G, W3, O2, Y
↑ Row 30: O3, W3, G, W2, G, O10
↓ Row 31: O10, G2, W, G, W3, O3
↑ Row 32: O3, W3, G, W, G, W, O10
↓ Row 33: O10, W, G, W, G, W3, O3
↑ Row 34: O3, W2, X, G, W, G, W, O10
↓ Row 35: O10, W2, G2, X, W2, O3
↑ Row 36: O 3, W, X2, G2, W2, O10
↓ Row 37: O9, G2, W, G2, X2, W, O3
↑ Row 38: O3, X3, G, W, G3, O9
↓ Row 39: O8, G2, W3, G, X3, O3
↑ Row 40: O3, X3, G, W4, G, O8
↓ Row 41: O8, G, W4, G, X3, O3
↑ Row 42: O2, W, X4, W4, G, O8
↓ Row 43: O8, G, W4, X4, W2, O
↑ Ro w 44: O, W2, X4, W4, G, O8
↓ Row 45: O8, G2, W, G, W, X4, W3

↑ Row 46: W3, X5, G4, O8
↓ Row 47: O8, X, G3, X7, W
↑ Row 48: X, W, X6, W, G2, X, O8
↓ Row 49: O2, W, G, O4, X2, G, W, X8
↑ Row 50: X, W, X6, W, X3, O4, G, W, O2
↓ Row 51: O2, W, G, O4, X3, W, X5, W, X2
↑ Row 52: X2, W, X4, W3, X, G, O, G4, W, O2
↓ Row 53: W3, X2, G2, O, G2, W3, X5, W, X
↑ Row 54: X, W, X5, W3, G, W3, G, X, W, G, W, G
↓ Row 55: W, G2, W2, X, W3, G2, W3, X4, W2
↑ Row 56: W2, X4, W3, G2, W5, X2, G, O
↓ Row 57: O, X2, W6, G3, W3, X4, W
↑ Row 58: W, X4, W3, G2, W6, X2, O2
↓ Row 59: O2, W, X, W6, G2, W2, X6
↑ Row 60: X6, W2, G, W7, X, O3
Corner (Decrease at the end of each Row to finish the TALL RECTANGLE) :
↓ Row 61: O3, X, W3, X, W2, G, W2, X6
↑ Row 62: X4, O, X, O, G, X, W5, O4
↓ Row 63: O4, W4, X2, O5, X2
↑ Row 64: X, O6, X2, W3, O4
↓ Row 65: O4, W2, X2, O7
↑ Row 66: O6, X4, O4
↓ Row 67: O3, X4, O6
↑ Row 68: O5, X4, O3
↓ Row 69: O11

↑ Row 70: O10
↓ Row 71: O9
↑ Row 72: O8
↓ Row 73: O7
↑ Row 74: O6
↓ Row 75: O5
↑ Row 76: O4
↓ Row 77: O3
↑ Row 78: O2
↓ Row 79: O
If you have any questions or comments along the way, please leave them here. I’d love to keep in touch! And don’t
forget to follow the hashtag below and post p ics of your own squares as you follow along: