Journey to the Four Corners CAL – Part IV:

Welcome to Part IV of our CAL and the last state in our tour of the American Southwest.  Though Colorado is the last of our four state-themed squares, it was the first square I designed in this series.  Colorado is my home state, and it was on a drive over Vail pass, crochet hook in hand, that I was inspired to start crocheting this tribute square.  It sort of snowballed from there.

Though this is the last of our four large squares in this CAL, there are still five parts of edging/bordering to be released.  These will be released one week apart, so keep checking back.  If you don’t wish to do the bordering/edging rounds, these squares can be joined in any fashion you see fit, mixed into another sampler blanket, or used as a collection of cushion covers.  Whatever you decide to do, I hope you end up with a project you truly enjoy and that you have had fun on your journey through these great states!

As previously stated, all of these patterns have been tested, but due to the sheer length and complexity of them, there are bound to be errors.  If you find an error, please let me know ASAP so that I can get the pattern fixed.

Like the others in this series, I have created a print friendly PDF of the file by putting round-by-round photos in a separate file.  Both PDFs can be found below.

I hope you enjoy your tour of my home state!  Happy crocheting


You may download the printer-friendly pattern by clicking HERE.  Your PDF will open in another window.

You may download the round-by-round photo addendum HERE.  Your PDF will open in another window.

Special thanks to the following Ravelry members for helping to test this CAL:

Skyhookdesigns of Sky Hook Designs
Tossedwave of Tossed Wave Design

If you are new to this CAL, all the general information can be found here.

The pattern for Part I, New Mexico, can be found here.

The pattern for Part II, Arizona, can be found here.

The pattern for part III, Utah, can be found here.

Please remember:

This pattern was written and designed by me, Lisa Mauser for This Little Hook of Mine.  I am happy to share it with you, but this pattern belongs to me and I retain all rights.  You may not distribute, sell, or share this pattern or any parts of it.  If you wish to share the pattern, please refer the party you are sharing it with to the original pattern link.

Though this pattern has been tested, it is not perfect.  If you find a mistake, please let me know in the comments section, or private message me on Ravelry.

Thank you for respecting my property.  I sincerely hope you enjoy this pattern!


  1. They are all so beautiful. I wish i could make them. I still can't read patterns I'm afraid. Soo jealous��


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