Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Christmas blanket

I finished my Christmas blanket at last - as a WIP, it was around for a long time. 


I used the sumptuous and squishy Debbie Bliss Rialto DK in white (001), claret (063), vintage pink (066) and willow (059) with a 4 mm hook.  


As for the pattern - easy, just traditional granny squares, five rounds, join-as-you-go.  I like to keep things fairly simple so, as you can see, it's the same colour sequence for each square. There are 108 squares in total and it measures approx. 110 x 148 cm. 


For the border I just did one row of treble clusters all the way round, followed by one row of double crochet and one row of picot (UK terms).  


As I always like to have a blanket WIP I have already started another.  I've gone for hexies this time.


Hope all is well out there ...

Jane xx

7 comments:

  1. Your Christmas blanket is beautiful Jane! I love the soft but festive colours, it looks really pretty. The new hexies look lovely too.
    Helen xox

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  2. Looks lovely Jane both of them. I am looking forward to getting back into my hooky its very tactile and I can pick it up and put it down although more often than not it is always on the go. Never done hexies before might have to give them a go. Pattypanxx

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  3. I really love this Christmas blanket, the colours and the simple pattern. When I see this I consider starting crocheting again.

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  4. It is a pretty blanket, the colours are calming, perfect for a bedroom. x

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  5. It looks stunning Jane, a small range of repeated colours looks really gorgeous xx

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  6. superbe de jolies couleurs il faut t' inscrire a mon défi grannys projets c' est tout les jeudi voir mon blog a bientôt biz

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  7. It's really lovely. I think the limited palate is actually really soothing and peaceful, just what you want at Christmas! x

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