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No Right Or Wrong. Two-sided overlay mosaic crochet

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The NO RIGHT OR WRONG pattern has been created using a two-sided overlay mosaic crochet technique which creates the pattern from both sides. I came up with this idea back in 2022 and finally can share it with you! Using this pattern, you can create as large a project as you want by working as many repeats as you want in width and/or in height. The pattern includes both designs in the regular overlay mosaic crochet technique as well.

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EXPERIENCE LEVEL: advanced beginner


TECHNIQUE: two-sided overlay mosaic crochet in rows


GAUGE: 10x10 cm / 4x4” – 17 sts x 16 Rs in blsc, unblocked



introductory information (written and video tutorial) about two-sided overlay mosaic crochet basics

written pattern for two-sided overlay mosaic crochet

written patterns for regular overlay mosaic crochet

charts with marked Xs and legend for two-sided overlay mosaic crochet

charts with marked Xs and legend for overlay mosaic crochet

pattern layouts

a short video tutorial to introduce you the two-sided overlay mosaic crochet technique

Special stitch: Adc (anchored front loop double crochet)


For this project I used Classic Acrylic and Universe XL with Diablo held together to add some fluffiness and thickness.

NOTE: if you do not use two strands of yarn as I did, ignore the yarn amounts for color (2), e.g. 1(2), 2(2).

Yarn weight

#3 (DK/light) + lace weight held together

Hook size Clover Amour, 5 mm (H)


Color 1:

1(1) We Love Yarn, Classic Acrylic, White (01) +

1(2) Diablo, White (01)

Color 2:

2(1) Universe XL, Cassiopeia (19) +

2(2) Diablo, Old Rose (42)

Sample size, shape & amount of yarn working 6 repeats in width x 1 repeat in height

Rectangle. Width 92 cm/36.2” x height 30 cm/11.8”

Color 1:

1(1): 106 g, 318 m / 348 yds

1(2): 35 g, 318 m / 348 yds

Color 2:

2(1): 146 g, 322 m / 352 yds

2(2): 36 g, 322 m / 352 yds

You can use any yarn, colors & appropriate hook size that suits your project and create as large/small a project as you wish by adjusting the number of repeats in width and/or in height.

For a blanket with an approximate size of width 92 cm/36.2” x height 120 cm/47.2” you will need 4 times more yarn than I used for this sample.

This pattern was created by BebaBlanket

December, 2022

This pattern was tested by: Mirjam Annaars, Kim Lategan, Jutta Heisalo, Carol Brunquell Sutcliffe, Dana L. Bouchard, Eva Vozis

Tech editors: Paulina Smith Maraboli, Mirjam Annaars


Dutch: Mirjam Annaars

Finnish: Jutta Heisalo, Pirkko Riihimäki

French: Fatima Cabral

German: Silke Karp, Yvonne Pentner

Italian: Sabrina Milani, Debora Fior

Spanish: Alicia Camargo, Andrea Wöhler

A video tutorial of the two-sided overlay mosaic crochet technique created by Tania Leis

Original design and technique by Daiga Talentiene, BebaBlanket designer

© BebaBlanket, 2023

By purchasing this pattern, you agree to the terms of use:

You can use the pattern to create any item you want and sell your finished item if you wish, but you have no right to claim that this pattern is created by you, nor may you sell the pattern or share the file or any parts of the written pattern and/or charts.

You have no right to create a video tutorial for this pattern nor to make translations to other languages without my written permission.

Thank you for checking out this pattern! You have a great taste!

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Carolyn T.

Verified Buyer

6 months ago

Amazing pattern

Just started this but did a swatch first. Ive I got going I fell in love with it. So tactile. It’s going to be beautiful

Carolyn T.

Verified Buyer

7 months ago

Feels very tactile

I’ve only done a dozen rows on a practice piece, so far, but wow! It looks terrific and feels amazing. I’m already loving this pattern and am ‘chomping at the bit’ to get started on the full project!