Woodland Meadow Blanket

Issue: 147


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Woodland Meadow Blanket by Jo Smith

Find the pattern in 147 of Inside Crochet magazine.

This delightful blanket is made from hexagon flower motifs in greens and blues suggestive of fresh spring leaves, flowers, streams, rivers and woodlands.


MATERIALS

● Selection of 15–20 shades of 4ply wool or wool blend yarns, approximately 1,200g in total

● 3.5mm hook


YARN ALTERNATIVES

The blanket could also be made in cottons, acrylics or bamboos, or a mixture of any 4ply yarns. It could also be made in any DK-weight yarns for a larger, thicker blanket.

If you wish to use just one yarn type or brand for the blanket, companies that have a wide range of greens and blues include John Arbon Textiles, Scheepjes Metropolis and Knit Picks Palette.


DESIGNER BIOGRAPHY

Jo has been crocheting for more than 50 years and is delighted to share her skills. She loves experimenting with colour, texture and pattern. Find her on Instagram @thespannerworks.


This pattern is tagged with:

Household: Blanket/Throw


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