Mystery Blanket (part 3)

Issue: 75


PART 3
The Big Reveal
It's time to put the pieces together...

Find the pattern in issue 75 of Inside Crochet magazine (part 1 featured in issue 73, part 2 in issue 74).

Annelies Baes’ stunning patchwork blanket comes together this month as we show you how to attach the assorted blocks and finish them neatly. The positioning of the motifs creates a striking pattern, while the thick edging frames the geometric arrangement of shapes and colours to produce a final blanket that has a nod to a homely heirloom quilt, but with a totally contemporary feel. This throw has a classic, stylish appeal and thanks to the quilt-like appearance, it also has a comforting familiarity meaning it is perfect to use in many different ways, from an adorable baby blanket to an up-to-date bedspread, or even a comforting throw to cosy under on the sofa.

MATERIALS
● Scheepjes Merino Soft, 50% Merino wool/ 25% microfibre/25% acrylic, 50g/105m/115yds
Yarn A: Lowry 604 x 12 balls
Yarn B: Kandinsky 625 x 1 ball
Yarn C: Seurat 637 x 1 ball
Yarn D: Raphael 602 x 1 ball
Yarn E: Turner 610 x 1 ball
Yarn F: Constable 629 x 1 ball
Yarn G: Matisse 635 x 1 ball
Yarn H: Gauguin 619 x 1 ball
Yarn I: Copley 634 x 1 ball
Yarn J: Soutine 615 x 1 ball
Yarn K: Van Gogh 641 x 1 ball
Yarn L: Vermeer 612 x 1 ball
Yarn M: Ansingh 643 x 1 ball
● 4.5mm hook
● Yarn needle YARN ALTERNATIVES
You can use any worsted/aran weight yarn to achieve a similar effect, although we advise a yarn with some natural stretch in it.

MEASUREMENTS
Motifs: 18 x 9cm/7 x 3½in.
Finished blanket: 90 x 142cm/ 35½ x 56in.

ABOUT ANNELIES
Annelies loves bright and vibrant crochet designs. With this quilt project, she has tried to create an original pattern, colourful, and designed to be a bit of a challenge, because everything is possible in crochet.
www.ravelry.com/designers/annelies-baes-vicarno

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Designer: Annelies Baes

Household: Blanket/Throw

Price: Magazine Only

Yarn Type: Aran, Worsted


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