Crochet Along, Graphghans

GoT CAL: House Mormont

What’s not to love about House Mormont? From Lord Commander Jeor Mormont to Lady Lyanna, we can’t get enough of the people from Bear Island. Personally, Jorah is one of my all-time favorite characters!

almost decided to make the House Mormont banner for my own Game of Thrones blanket, but the great Bear lost out to House Bolton. What can I say–I’m a sucker for an excellent bad guy!

You can download the PDF House Mormont graphs here.

This PDF contains the graphs for the 50×75 banner AND the 50×50 house sigil and house words squares. The banner is spread out onto two pages (you can print, trim, and tape them together to view the whole graph), while the squares are on one page each.

EDIT: We have some lovely crafters who have offered up their time and their sanity to help provide written instructions for this CAL! You can download the complete written instructions PDF packet here.

I’m still working on my House Stark banner (have I mentioned that I have too may WIPs?), so it’s back to work on that for me this weekend.

Next week’s designs are from one of my all-time favorite Houses: it’s the Lannisters! (Like I said–LOVE a good bad guy!)

Happy crafting!


Looking for the yardage/color chart? Find it here!

Want to start, but you’re not familiar with C2C? Check out our tutorial series here.

Need to see the other squares? Click here to check out the release schedule for the other designs.


Please feel free to share pictures of your progress on our Facebook page! Find us @twoheartscrochetblog. Happy crafting!

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