I love this blanket and it definitely one for me to keep. I love the wonderful bright and cheerful colours. Best of all, it matches my new sofa perfectly. The blanket is based on the traditional Granny Square, which is a firm favourite of mine. A total of 81 squares are joined using the wonderful red joining colour. You can easily make the blanket bigger or smaller by adjusting the number of squares you make. I added some tassels in each corner to give it boho vibe, but this is optional. You can find more details and the free pattern here.
I absolutely loved making this Coffee Time Throw. I love the mix of browns and pinks – and best of all they remind me of a lovely relaxing cup of coffee. The patterns is based on the traditional Granny Square. You can find the pattern/details here.
Apologies for the long silence. I have been working on several projects recently and have not got round to writing these up and sharing with you. I have now had the change to give you more details on I made this colour block blanket. Find details here.
Apologies, I have been delayed in updating my blog. I have been recently finished 2 or 3 different projects and have not had time to write them up on my blog.
I love the colours of this Magic Pink Granny Square Blanket. In fact, it was so popular on my instagram page that someone asked to buy it before I had it finished.
I have now written up the free patten here.
I have a been working on another couple of projects and will update you soon.
I loved making this blanket. It has a retro colour vibe which looked better and better as the throw grew. Please find the written details on how to make this here.
I added tassels to this throw to give it a boho feel and seems to finish this off nicely. This is the second throw where I have added tassels and now I want to add them to every blanket or throw.
This week I decided to work with some colour. I was travelling so I wanted something easy to do. I just love these colours. You can find out more about how to make this blanket here.
The patterns is a traditional granny square based on 6 rainbow colours.
My blanket finished 80cm x 80cm but you can adapt to how big or small you want it.
I have been playing around with a few different granny squares, motifs and blocks this week. I have been looking to make a granny star for a while as I love the visual effect. You will be able to find many different patterns and tutorials on the internet for granny squares. Like granny squares, everyone has their own favourite and different ways to make these.
If you are interested in how I have made my granny square please find the written pattern here.
I hope that you find it useful.
This week I have been working on this Sea Urchin Granny Square Blanket. Ice Yarns sent me some of their yarn from their Saver range and this is what I came up with. The yarn is lovely to work with – it is soft and there was no splitting or joins. I loved the colours – and the yarn was thicker than I usually work with (it was Aran weight) – it was such a joy to work with that it felt strange going back to my usual double knit.
The written pattern for this blanket is available on the Ice Yarn Designer website here.
I have just finished this beautiful granny square blanket. I have to admit that this has turned out to be one of my favourite blankets that I have made. The colours are not my usual palette – but have turned out to work so well together that I have now been converted.
You can find the written pattern for this here.
I have finished this Denim Pastels blanket and now written up the pattern.
Find the free pattern for this blanket here.