Mayan Crochet Blanket Pattern - Printed Pattern

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This is the Print and Digital option, I will post to you the shortened printed version (free post!) that has all the parts you need in front of you as you work.  You will also get the 80 page digital version to access all the extra help like photos, the wordy hints and tips, charts, links to videos and lots more. 

You will receive an email with a link to download the full PDF as soon as checkout is complete. Please check your spam folder for the email from "Spincushions Downloads" if you don't see it.  

If you just want the digital version, you can find it here

About the Mayan Pattern

Inspired by the mystical geometry of the ancient Mayan people, this intricate blanket is an exploration of the Yucatan peninsula through crochet. The radiating lines of the central hexagon reflect the pyramids at Chichen Itza, while the surrounding shapes are reminiscent of the Mayan calendar. Enclosing it all are the rippling forms of the subtropical forest and the clear blue skies.

The blanket motif measures 20″ square. Four motifs will make a striking lap throw, six a blanket perfect for sharing and nine will make a spectacular blanket. This motif is equally beautiful made in one colour to show off the stitch work, or worked in multiple colours for a kaleidoscopic effect.

Any crocheter with basic skills will enjoy this crochet adventure. If you can make a granny square, you can make the Mayan Crochet Blanket. I will be at your side every step of the way with step by step instructions and videos for each round of the pattern. 

Charts are included as well and I am here to help if you get stuck.


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a challenging but rewarding pattern

I loved this pattern and really enjoyed the colours I used. I made it for my son, who spends most of his time volunteering with young people in Guatemala—hence the Mayan theme. He loved it.

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