Mystery Blanket ♥ Part Three

Date: 24th January 2015 | Category: Issue 62, Mystery Blanket


This month we're moving into lacework and making a start on the final borders.

The latest section of our gorgeous mystery blanket introduces some delicate openwork. Beautiful lacy squares are added into the mix, creating pretty motifs to surround the dense centre as an elegant contrast.



To crochet the full blanket, you will need the following amounts of yarn:

Rico Design Essentials Merino DK, 100% Merino wool, 50g/120m/131yds

Yarn A: Rose 01 x 5 balls
Yarn B: Pink 02 x 5 balls
Yarn C: Purple 03 x 2 balls
Yarn D: Cardinal 13 x 5 balls
Yarn E: Berry 15 x 2 balls
Yarn F: Mulberry 19 x 2 balls
Yarn G: Mauve 20 x 4 balls
Yarn H: Patina 35 x 1 ball
Yarn I: Petrol 39 x 1 ball
Yarn J: Reed 41 x 4 balls
Yarn K: Pebble 49 x 5 balls
Yarn L: Sand 50 x 5 balls
Yarn M: Yellow 65 x 2 balls
Yarn N: Melon 72 x 1 ball

We've teamed up with our friends at Sconch to offer Inside Crochet readers the chance to buy all of the yarn needed for this project at a special discounted price. Visit for more details.


Sabina has immensely enjoyed the whole process of creating this blanket exclusively for Inside Crochet and hopes readers will gain as much pleasure completing it as she has.
Find her on Ravelry and Etsy as Crook2Hook, online at or follow her on Facebook.

CORRECTION ♥ Issue 60, part 1

Unfortunately, a small error was found in the colour key for this pattern. Colours D and I should be switched in the colour key only and we have provided a copy of the corrected key below.


Please note: All yarn amounts and the assembly and colour diagrams are correct as printed.
Our apologies for any inconvenience caused by this error. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the team by emailing

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