Mystery Blanket ♥ Part Two
Find the pattern in issue 61 of Inside Crochet.
Last issue, we revealed the first part of our latest mystery blanket project by the talented Sabina Poonwassie. This issue, the small central motifs are joined by some larger squares with gorgeous relief textures in the form of pretty florals. By the time this section is finished, the blanket should be large enough to comfortably fit across a child’s bed or be used as a rather sumptuous lap blanket or throw.
You can use any DK weight to achieve a similar effect, but we would recommend using similar colours as the colour scheme is intrinsic to the design.
Exact tension is not essential.
Blanket made up to the end of
part two will measure approx
125 x 125cm/49 x 49in.
Raised front treble (rtrf): Yoh, insert hook around post of indicated st from front to back to front, yoh, pull up loop, finish treble as normal.
Raised front double (rdcf): Insert hook around post of indicated st from front to back to front, yoh, pull up loop, finish treble as normal.
Once you’ve finished all the blocks, join as per the assembly diagram using slip stitches on the reverse. Place two motifs tog with RS facing and sl st in outside loops only of both sts. This will leave neat rope edges on the RS.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
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 www.crook2hook.co.uk
or follow her on Facebook at Crook2Hook Crochet.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Designer: Sabina Poonwassie
Price: Magazine Only
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