Bitter sweet day today; Ubuntu is finished. It has been quite a journey, with a few tricky bits here and there, but the result is beautiful. After completing the final border rounds, you get to add the button and label from your kit. My large kit blanket turned into a massive blanket, large enough to use as a rug if you wanted to. My boys love the blanket to bits.
- Add this pattern to your Ravelry library
- Written pattern and translations on Scheepjes website
- English (International) Facebook group hosting the CAL
- Dutch Facebook group hosting the CAL
- Official Social media tag: #ScheepjesUbuntuCAL
Kits are available from most Scheepjes stockists. If you buy your kit from a shop that I link to on my blog, you are supporting my work and helping me to keep making new videos. I get a small commission from the shop based on what you buy. Ubuntu kits are available from:
- Caro’s Atelier (NL/EU)
- Knotty House (CA/USA)
- Black Sheep Wools (UK)
- Wool Warehouse (UK/International)
- YouTube playlist with all English (UK Terms) videos – right handed
- YouTube playlist with all English (UK Terms) videos – left handed
- YouTube playlist met alle Nederlandse videos – rechtshandig
- YouTube playlist met alle Nederlandse videos – linkshandig
Video tutorials Part 12
The final rounds are relatively easy, if you came this far, you will not have any issues with the last rounds. They are wonderfully relaxing rounds adding a bit of color to the outer edge of the blanket. If you feel more confident following along with the videos, they are available in English with UK terminology in right and left handed versions; as well as Dutch in, again, right and left handed versions. In the video description there is a link to the start of each round. If you click on the time stamp given, it will take you to the start of that round in the video.
Finish the blanket by adding your label to the banksia flower border,
and the button to the center of the blanket.
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