YARN PACK ONLY. Blanket for inspiration only. Pattern details below.
If this pack is out of stock please contact me as I may have stock in to make one up and if not I have a reserve list for my next order.
This is a very special yarn pack named after a very gorgeous little girl.
When I saw this blanket by Sherrie @ollie.and.bella on Instagram I fell in love! I kept going back to her feed to look at It! I loved the pattern so much and I adored her choice of colours. In conversation on her post (as I stalked her) Sherrie joked that it would make a great yarn pack. I wouldn't have dreamt of using her colour choice for a pack had she not said that but I was immediately on-board with that possibility. So I messaged her and we have eventually found the right shades, thanks to Sherrie sending me a swatch of each shade so I could see them in real life. This is part of The Yarn pack Project that I am running on my Instagram feed. The slightly different approach to the project is that as this was already a finished project Sherrie is receiving a yarn pack with different shades that she has chosen and she will make another larger blanket in this pattern with the yarn pack. So in time there will be two projects showing different colour options and sizes. Win, win! This baby blanket was just made to fit the car seat and it shows you how the colours work together. The design is adapted from a free pattern on Ravelry by Sarah London called Apache tears.
Dk 100gm balls 100% premium acrylic.
More details about care etc here
The new one Sherrie makes will be a larger blanket to you can see what size you can get using all the yarn in the pack. I will list the images and details for that as soon as she has finished it.
Stylecraft special dk
DK 100% Acrylic 295m/322yds 4mm needles/hook 22stitches 30 rows to 10 cms Care instructions... 40 degree wash, tumble dry low heat, cool iron, dry clean.
Scheepjes Colour Crafter
Fiber Content 100% Premium Acrylic Needle size 4 mm Yarn weight DK Ball weight 100 gram Length 300 meter Gauge:20 stitches, 24 rows to 10 cm on 4 mm needles