Christmas is behind us, and maybe all the obligations meant that you were not able to crochet as much as you would like to? Or maybe you had a few quiet days with your hook and yarn to keep you company. If Baby Elements is on your hook right now, you are going to enjoy part 4 also, because we are adding another two flowers to the blanket. The gorgeous Baby Elements blanket is designed by Sandra Kuijer from Hooks and Yarn. Under Resources you find all the information you need to make your own Baby Elements, including the written patterns in Dutch and English.
- Add this pattern to your Ravelry library
- Written pattern in English and Dutch
- Official yarn kits from Hooks and Yarn
- Yarn Amounts for Baby Elements
- Hooks and Yarn Facebook group hosting the CAL
- Baby Elements video tutorials in one YouTube playlist
Video Tutorial Baby Elements Part 4
In Part 4 we really start to make the rectangular shape of the blanket more pronounced. The two edges of the blanket are different, so be sure to start in the correct corner when starting a new round. The flowers we are adding this week are similar to those of part 3, again a bit tricky, but if you made them last week, I am sure you can make them this week also.
Make your own Baby Elements
To make a Baby Elements, you need 4 colors of Scheepjes Cahlista, and one color of Scheepjes Soft Fun. The Cahlista is used for the details in the blanket whereas the Soft Fun is a background color. You will need the following yarn amounts and materials to make your Baby Elements:
- 5 x Scheepjes Soft Fun White (2412)
- 1 x Scheepjes Cahlista Color 1 – I used Lemonade (403)
- 2 x Scheepjes Cahlista Color 2 – I used Green Yellow (245)
- 2 x Scheepjes Cahlista Color 3 – I used Cyan (397)
- 2 x Scheepjes Cahlista Color 4 – I used Lavender (520)
- 4.5mm hook & 5.0mm hook
Just one more part to go next week, and then the baby blanket is all done!
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