Last week I showed you my relaxing TV-project I am making from two Scheepjes Whirls from the Ombré collection. The blanket is an alternating linen stitch blanket in which I carry the yarn up the side, so almost no yarn tails. I would love to show you my finished blanket.
- Morvan Blanket Pattern on Ravelry
- Morvan Blanket Pattern on It’s all in a Nutshell
- Morvan Blanket Pattern PDF
- Morvan Blanket Patroon (Nederlands)
- Scheepjes Whirl yarn
Yarn to WIP
From yarn to WIP
I worked linen stitch, alternating the two colors till I had a square. At this point the blanket blanket is just a little boring, but luckily I still have LOADS of yarn left on both my whirls. Another advantage of the whirl, the insane yardage that is on one cake.
From WIP to Blanket
I turned the blanket, and continued with the linen stitch pattern along one edge, but this time only in one color. I continued till the yarn was finished, and then did the same with the second color. I am really pleased with the look these two broad bands of single colored linen stitches give the blanket. It really makes the blanket all grown up.
Sample for sale
I am selling the sample for my Morvan Blanket in my webshop because I want to keep the number of samples I have in my house as small as possible. You can find all my samples HERE. I only have the one sample, and gone is gone!
I am writing up the pattern, and will share it with you next week. Till then!
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