Inspired to take my Aurora Quilt pattern and turn it into a Crochet Blanket was how the Merryweather Blanket was born. This Crochet blanket is like nothing you have seen before – this is not your Grandmother’s crochet!
Half Square Triangle Granny Squares are the star of this design. This blanket can be made in so many colour combinations, colour order in a rainbow, use an Ombre effect, make it scrappy or even two toned.
It is suitable for the Confident Beginner - Magic ring, single crochet, double crochet, double crochet decrease, changing yarn colour, Mattress stitch join. Crab Stitch border.
Written in US Terms (Crochet Stitch Terms Conversion info sheet included)
The pattern includes colour instructions and illustrations as well as a Colouring Page so you can work up your design on the page first.
Finished size – 52in x 52in (132cm x 132cm)
My Blanket is made using 4ply, DK (100% Superwash Merino) yarn. The requirements reflect the totals I used for this project based off my tension and hook size.
Keep track of your colours and yarns with these Yarn Swatch Cards perfect to keep all the details ready and easy to see.
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Copyright - 2021 - Tied with a Ribbon - This pattern is for personal use only and is not for commercial use.
I was so excited to find this pattern. I haven't started sewing quilts but was looking for a pattern to knit or crochet. This is perfect and the color selections are so cool. Just love everything about it.
I love the creativity of this pattern and that it coordinates with Jemima’s Aurora quilt. As someone who is primarily a knitter and newer to crochet, I’ve found that Jemima’s full color instructions as thorough and easy to follow.
I absolutely loved making this blanket using this pattern. It’s the perfect mix of crochet and quilting design. The directions were clear, the pattern is fun and it makes a great keepsake blanket. I used dk weight but you could easily make this with worsted for a bigger, heavier blanket. I also liked how portable this project was because you can make the squares in batches and then seam them together.