The video tutorials for the In Bloom crochet along are finished. In this post I give all information and links you need to make your own In Bloom cushion.
- Written In Bloom pattern by Mijo Crochet including many translations
- In Bloom video tutorials in one YouTube playlist
- Color chart giving color used for each round
- Scheepjes Catona yarn
Colorway and yarn amounts
The yarn that I’m using is Scheepjes Catona yarn which is a 100% mercerized cotton, sport weight yarn. These are the colors I have selected for my In Bloom, all are Scheepjes Catona 50g balls. Here are the yarn amounts that you will need to make a complete cushion:
- Color 1 – 1 x 246 : Icy Pink
- Color 2 – 1 x 240 : Amethyst
- Color 3 – 1 x 394 : Shadow Purple
- Color 4 – 4 x 130 : Old Lace
- Color 5 – 1 x 173 : Bluebell
- Color 6 – 1 x 247 : Blue Bird
- Color 7 – 1 x 164 : Light Navy
Scheepjes Catona is available in 109 colors in balls of 10g cutie pie balls, 25g balls, 50g balls and for limited colors also in large 100g balls. I’m sure that with such a large number of colors to choose from, your favorite color combination must be in there also. In addition to the yarn you will also need a 3.0mm and 3.5mm crochet hook.
I used the same color placement as in the original pattern. However, if you would like to follow my colors you can find which colors I used in which round in my In Bloom Color Chart. I used both a 3.0mm and a 3.5mm hook. See the video for details.
Scheepjes Catona is available from Wool Warehouse (UK/International), Love Crochet (US), Knotty House (CA) or your local Scheepjes Stockist. Thank you for supporting my work by buying your yarn through the links on my blog. ❤
I have made a playlist containing all the video tutorials for all 8 parts of In Bloom. You can skip to a certain row my following the time stamps in the video description of each part.
My In Bloom
I made my In Bloom with pleasure. It’s a great pattern that works up beautifully and the Catona yarn is a great cotton yarn to work with. We started In Bloom with the central flower in Part 1, followed by the first background square in Part 2, in Part 3 we made the next series of flower petals, followed by another background in Part 4. Part 5 had textured popcorns, and Part 6 and Part 7 were easy going with working up the background some more. Part 8 was a bit tricky here and there, particularly with the closing.
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