Crochet, instruction video, Nederlands

Ubuntu CAL – Video Tutorials

In this post you find the information you need to make an Ubuntu blanket. Ubuntu is the Scheepjes CAL 2018, and is designed by Dedri Uys from Look At What I Made. Ubuntu blanket is a hexagonal blanket, made with six diamond motifs and a detailed border. In this post, under Resources and Yarn Kits, you find the written patterns, and yarn kits to you need for Ubuntu. Under Video Tutorials, you find all the links to the left and right handed instruction videos.


Yarn Kits

There are 3 yarn kits available to make the Ubuntu blanket. The kits are available in different price points to fit every budget. The 3 kits are

  • Small Kit containing Scheepjes Cotton 8 yarns to make a blanket sized 120cm(47″) x 104cm(41″), an official CAL label, button, and a set of vintage stitch markers.
  • Medium Kit containing Scheepjes Stone Washed yarns to make a blanket sized 151cm(49″) x 131cm(51″), an official CAL label, button, a set of vintage stitch markers, and a goody pack containing everything you need to make your own beaded friendship bracelet designed by Dedri.
  • Large Kit containing Stone Washed XL & River Washed XL to make a blanket sized 192cm(75″) x 167cm(65″), an official CAL label, button, a set of vintage stitch markers, and a goody pack to make the beaded friendship bracelet.

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:

Video Tutorials

I have step-by-step video tutorials available to show you how to make your Ubuntu blanket ever step of the way. The videos are available in English (UK Terms), and Dutch, both in left and right handed versions. All the videos are grouped in playlists given in the following links.

Bonus patterns

Ubuntu is about friendships, building relationships, family, belonging to a community, and about caring for others. Ubuntu is a complex word which has many meanings.all about family, about belonging to a community, and about caring for others. Ubuntu is a complex word which has many meanings. I believe Nelson Mandela, the late president of South Africa whom I have a deep respect for, explains ubuntu beautifully in THIS short video.

In the medium and large blanket kits, there is a beading loom included to make a lovely bracelet and pendant, a perfect gift for a friend or someone who means a lot to you. I also have a video tutorial to show you how to make the bracelet and pendant.

Hope you have a great time making your Ubuntu blanket.

With love,


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5 thoughts on “Ubuntu CAL – Video Tutorials”

  1. If you are a relative beginner, and wondering if you can handle this beautiful blanket, you can! I have been crocheting for about a year and have completed two, a medium and a large. The patterns are very clear, and with Esther’s brilliant tutorials to get you through any complicated bits, they are totally doable, and really fun. I am working on a Sophie right now, and it is more difficult than Ubuntu, to give you a comparison. Julie

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  2. Thank you for this beautiful pattern video. I completed this blanket using my own yarns while I was recouping from hip surgery completed in two months. I hope you can start another one soon. Loved the pattern and instructions. Keep up the good work. I also completed another blanket using one square from another blanket pattern and I made a king blanket using 81 squares plus three pillows. It was for my sons wedding. Love your work.

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