We have arrived at the final element of our Demelza blanket before we can start assembly. I am sure that the center square will be one of your favorite elements in the pattern. It combines parts of other squares we have made so far.
If you want to catch up, we have already made the small corner squares, flower squares #1, flower squares #2, 3D corner squares and the rectangular panels. I have a video tutorial for you showing how to do each part, but there is also a photo tutorial in the original pattern designed by Cathering Bligh. 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.
- Free Pattern by Catherine Bligh on Ravelry
- All video tutorials in one YouTube playlist
- Color Chart for Demelza in Scheepjes Stone Washed
- Scheepjes Stone Washed yarn
You can find the video link for the this week’s panel, along with all other parts of the Demelza video series on my YouTube channel. The video for the center square is the longest video I have made to date; it is more than 2.5 hours. To make life easy for you I have added the starting time of each round in the description of the video; then you can easy go to the round you need.
|2 & 3||Corundum Ruby (808)|
|4 & 5||Deep Amethyst (811)|
|6 & 7||Lilac Quartz (818)|
|8 – 12||Canada Jade (806)|
|13||New Jade (819)|
|14||Moon Stone (801)|
|15 – 17||Amazonite (813)|
|18||Green Agate (815)|
|20 & 21||Canada Jade (806)|
|22||New Jade (819)|
|23||Red Jasper (807)|
|24||New Jade (819)|
|25 & 26||Moon Stone (801)|
|27 & 28||Citrine (817)|
|29||New Jade (819)|
|32||Lilac Quartz (818)|
Yarn amounts so far
I believe that my final yarn amounts will be the following: 3 x Moonstone (801), 3 x Boulder Opal (804), 2 x Canada Jade (806), 2 x Red Jasper (807), 2 x Corundum Ruby (808), 2 x Deep Amethyst (811), 1 x Lemon Quartz (812), 3 x Amazonite (813), 2 x Green Agate (815), 2 x Coral (816), 2 x Citrine (817), 2 x Lilac Quartz (818), and 2 x New Jade (819).
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.
Next time, assembly! See you then.
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