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Video tutorial Demelza – 3D flower square

If you have been struggling to keep up the pace with our Demelza blanket, you will be very happy to hear that this part consists of only 4 squares. Today we start with part 4 in which we are making the outer corner squares of the blanket. In the original pattern designed by Cathering Bligh it is referred to as “3D Flower Square”. The other parts we have done so far are the small corner squares, flower squares #1 and flower squares #2.

demelza-3d-flower-1

The Demelza blanket is designed by Catherine Bligh and is accompanied by a photo tutorial in English and Dutch. There is also an update available with UK terms. The design is inspired by the character Demelza from Poldark, a series of novels written by Winston Graham in the 20th century and adapted for television by the BBC.


Video tutorial

You can find the video link for the this week’s square, along with all other parts of the Demelza video series on my dedicated page here on my blog or on my YouTube channel.


Colorway

I am using 13 lovely colors of Scheepjes Stone Washed yarn with a 3.5mm hook to make my Demelza blanket. We are only making 4 squares this week so I have made them all the same colorway. Here my colorway for this week.

demelza corner squares

Round   Colorway
1 Citrine (817)
2 Corundum Ruby (808)
3 Corundum Ruby (808)
4 Deep Amethyst (811)
5 Deep Amethyst (811)
6 Red Jasper (807)
7 Red Jasper (807)
8 Red Jasper (807)
9 Canada Jade (806)
10 Canada Jade (806)
11 Moon Stone (801)
12 Amazonite (813)
13 Amazonite (813)
14 Green Agate (815)
15 Coral (816)
16 Lilac Quartz (818)
17 Lilac Quartz (818)

demelza blanket

Yarn amounts so far

At this point I have used varying amounts of the all my colors. Rounding up, I have used the following balls of yarn so far: 2 x Moonstone (801), 2 x Boulder Opal (804), 2 x Canada Jade (806), 1 x Red Jasper (807), 1 x Corundum Ruby (808), 1 x Deep Amethyst (811), 1 x Lemon Quartz (812), 2 x Amazonite (813), 1 x Green Agate (815), 1 x Coral (816), 1 x Citrine (817), 1 x Lilac Quartz (818), and 1 x New Jade (819). You can buy Scheepjes Stone Washed from Wool Warehouse (UK/Int), Deramores (UK), Paradise Fibers (US/CA), Caro’s Atelier (NL), or your local Scheepjes Stockist.


Joining the CAL

The Demelza blanket is already completed and if you want to you can start right away. However, I am partaking in this project as part of a crochet along hosted by the Facebook group Pippin Crochet Club. If you want to partake in this CAL, join the Pippin Crochet Club. This is also a great place to show your work.

demelza corner squares

I hope to see you in two weeks when we continue with our lovely blanket. Which part of the blanket do you think is next? Not that many left to choose from 🙂

With love,

Esther

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7 thoughts on “Video tutorial Demelza – 3D flower square”

  1. Esther bij toeval heb ik het patroon van de prachtige deken Demelza gevonden. Ik ben een beginnende haaksters en met alleen het patroon denk ik niet dat ik de deken kan maken. Jouw video’s heb ik er echt bij nodig. Op dit moment ben ik nog met andere projecten bezig die ik eerst
    afmaak. Mijn vraag is hoe lang blijven jouw video’s beschikbaar en zijn ze er ook in het nederlands?

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      1. Hoi Esther,
        bedankt voor je snelle reactie. Fijn dat de video’s blijven. Ik wil erg graag dit project doen dus dan maar even goed de engelse vertaling van de steken leren :).

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