Saturday, 1 June 2013

Turquoise Blanket

Hope you like my latest blanket.

 
 

 
Made in DK yarn. Each block has 15sts and 7 rows, bordered with an open st row.

 
Then I added a scalloped edging, a couple of flowers and a bright butterfly.
 
 
Hope you are having a great weekend.
 

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/butterfly-toddler-blanket

 
 

Crochet Butterfly Blanket

Make 146 chain
1st Row – 1tr into third ch from hook, 1tr into each of next 13ch, (1ch, miss 1ch, 1tr into each of next 15ch ) repeat from ( to ) to end of row, turn

2nd  Row – 2ch, miss first tr, 1tr into each of next 14tr, (1ch, miss 1tr, 1tr into each of next 15tr) repeat from ( to ) to end of row, turn
Repeat this row 5 times more

8th Row – 4ch, miss first 2tr, 1tr into next tr, (1ch, miss 1tr, 1tr into next tr) repeat from ( to ) to end of row, turn
9th Row – 2ch, miss first tr, (1tr into 1ch space, 1tr into next tr) 7 times, * 1ch, miss 1ch, 1tr into next tr,  (1tr into 1ch space, 1tr into next tr) 7 times *  repeat from * to * to end of row, turn

Continue in pattern as follows ~
Repeat 2nd Row 6 times

Repeat  8th and 9th Rows once
These 8 rows form pattern

Repeat last 8 rows until blanket is 9 blocks deep stopping after the 8th Row
This row forms the first row of the border – continue this row along next side of the blanket working 2ch, 1tr into corner tr, then 1ch, 1tr along edge of each pattern to end of side – continue along third side working 2ch, 1tr into corner tr, then 1ch, 1tr along edge to end of side – continue along fourth side to match second side and join with a slip stitch.  
 
Work one row of trebles, or make a scallop or shell stitch row. Join with a slip stitch. Fasten off.



 

11 comments :

  1. Olá Marianna

    A prova de que não é preciso um ponto muito eleborado para fazer um trabalho bonito. A manta neste turquesa está fantástica!!!!O pormenor da borboleta está um mimo.

    Agradecida pela sua visita

    bom fim de semana

    Abraço
    Nélia

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  2. The butterfly almost looks real!!

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  3. It's so beautiful Marianna, so simple yet so effective and the butterfly finishes it off perfectly. :)

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  4. This is gorgeous - I love the colours and the details :)

    Thanks for linking up!

    Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

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  5. I just LOVE your blanket...the color, the butterfly/flower details, the classic look, the lacy touch...all of it.

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  6. Beautiful blanket! I love the turquoise color a lot! What a lovely idea to put a butterfly in the middle- looks so cute.

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  7. Your blanket is amazing, I love it's simplicity and beauty! I also love the detail of the butterfly and flowers.

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  8. Wow, super! ♥ Really great job, Marianna :-)). I like the pattern and color, and it's beautiful how you always give that certain something to blankets with cute embellishments :-)

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  9. What a truly very pretty baby blanket.. Hugs Judy

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  10. Simply beautiful - Thank you for linking up at "Link & Share Wednesdays" - Rhondda

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