Thursday, 10 August 2017

FLORAL BLUEBERRY SWELL...

Caron Simply Soft and a 5mm hook



PATTERN:
YARN: DK, 4mm hook
Aran, 5mm hook
US Terms UK Terms in red brackets

Pattern
Pattern repeat is multiples of 14sts +3

ch126 + 3 and + 1 to turn (130sts) for a reasonable size blanket


ROW 1: sc [dc], in 2nd ch from hook, sc [dc], in every st to end turn. (129sts)



 ROW 2: ch1, sc [dc], in same st, sc [dc], in next 2 sts, dc [tr], in next 2sts, tr [dtr], in next 2sts, dtr [ttr], in next 3 sts, tr [dtr], in next 2 sts, dc [tr], in next 2sts, 
repeat to end


Note: US Terms...3sc, 2dc, 2tr, 3dtr, 2tr, 2dc, repeat, the dtr will sit over the sc and the sc with sit over the dtr in the next row after the row of sc in every st.

finish with sc [dc], in last 3sts. (129sts)


With bands of an old Flower Pattern from 2013?


ROW 3: repeat row 1 sc [dc], in every st. (129sts)

ROW 4: ch4, counts as first dtr [ttr], dtr [ttr], in next 2sts, 1tr [dtr], in next 2sts, dc [tr], in next 2 sts, sc [dc], in next 3sts, dc [tr], in next 2 sts, tr [dtr], in next 2sts, 
repeat to end, finish with 1dtr [ttr], in last 3sts. (129sts)




continue to repeat rows 3 and 4 to complete the length you require....or mix with a row or two of these Flowers?...still pondering on this one for now.



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Lots of Blue going on around here right now...
Just a note here..... this Blueberry version is a slightly different pattern from the original Fruit Salad version 

10 comments:

  1. Will try this one again...see if I get it right this time because I really like it 🤗🤗🤗🤗

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    1. Hi Chris, lesson in September maybe?

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  2. my word! I found ANOTHER page of Caron Simply Soft in Blues and Greens! I LOVE the waves pattern in these blues! The blue and green flowers are amazing! I hadn't thought of those combos after 3 years of Caron Simply Soft being my go-to yarn, so I never would have.
    One question; Did you get a skein of a dark blue/green called "Pagoda"? It's a fave of mine and I don't see it..
    Thank you, Sue!

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    1. Hi Maschelle, not sure there were so many but i will look and let you know...Pagoda xx

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  3. Fantastic Sue, love the colours and the design. I would love to make this.

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    1. Might add the pattern when its competed xx

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  4. Thank you, Sue! Where does one find the flower pattern?

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    1. Hi Charlotte, No where as yet, still working on this design, an old flower pattern next made public xx

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  5. This looks Gorgeous Sue! Definitely on my to do list!

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