In this post you find the free pattern for my Snowflake Blanket. This blanket has the look and feel of a quilt, and is made using Scheepjes Cotton 8 and Sunkissed yarn. The pattern is made from solid and split granny squares, joined using a join-as-you-go method. Resources Add Snowflake Blanket to your Ravelry LibraryPrintable… Continue reading Snowflake Blanket – Free Crochet Pattern
In deze post vind je het gratis patroon voor mijn Snowflake Blanket. Deze deken heeft de look en feel van een quilt en is gemaakt van Scheepjes Cotton 8 en Sunkissed garens. Het patroon is gemaakt van volle en gesplitste granny vierkantjes, samengevoegd met behulp van een join-as-you-go-methode. Middelen Voeg Snowflake Blanket toe aan je… Continue reading Snowflake Blanket – Gratis Nederlands Haakpatroon
Fast forward a year from my post from last week. Remember, I gave my Snowflanke Blanket using Scheepjes Cotton 8 and Sunkissed yarn to Shirly when I had it about a third done, and asked her to finish it at the own pace. Tadah! This is what my blanket looks like now, but only after… Continue reading Snowflake Blanket finally finished!
I made a good start on my new blanket a year or two ago, and then life and other commitments such as the videos for Rozeta, kind of got in the way. Happens to all of us right? We start a project, find that it's taking way more time or is going much slower than… Continue reading Snowflake square blanket in winter colors
How is the weather in your part of the world? Where I live it's winter now, and at the moment it's dark, dreary and cold. We are expecting some snow later this week, and together with mostly rain and wind, all I want to do is stay indoors. The only thing I go outside for… Continue reading “New” blanket in winter colors
2020 has come and gone, and I am sure that some of you will be very happy that it has gone. It was a strange year in which we all faced a pandemic unlike anything humanity has faced in over 100 years. In 2020 I made my Faded Fantasy Temperature Blanket using pretty shades of… Continue reading Faded Fantasy Temperature Blanket 2020 Finished!
All things come to an and, also our walk through the Natural History Museum in Paris. Today the final part of d'Histoire Naturelle Blanket is released by Christina from A Spoonful of Yarn. In Part 5 we add a textured border with shells around our blanket. In this post you find the links to the… Continue reading d’Histoire Naturelle CAL – Part 6 Video Tutorial
You survived Part 4 of d'Histoire Naturelle Blanket, well done! So lets get on with Part 5 of this beauty designed by Christina from A Spoonful of Yarn. Part 5 we add elephants and other details to our blanket, so pretty. In this post you find the links to the written patterns, the video tutorials,… Continue reading d’Histoire Naturelle CAL – Part 5 Video Tutorial
Time to make Part 4 of d'Histoire Naturelle Blanket designed by Christina from A Spoonful of Yarn. I believe part 4 is the most challenging part of the entire project, and I hope to help you as much as possible. We start by making 3 different motifs, which we join to make a corner shape,… Continue reading d’Histoire Naturelle CAL – Part 4 Video Tutorial
This week we make Part 3 of d'Histoire Naturelle Blanket designed by Christina from A Spoonful of Yarn in which we find ourselves walking through a gallery filled with plants, flowers and leaves. In Part 3, we turn our blanket into a circle framed with leaves. It's a long part, with the leaves worked using… Continue reading d’Histoire Naturelle CAL – Part 3 Video Tutorial