Peerie Blooms Blanket

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Peerie Blooms Blanket

HELLO EVERYONE!

gosh, it has been such a long time… I got carried away but so many things that I have neglected my blog! So |I will rectify this and make sure I write more blog’s entries because I  have been missing this platform .. so let’s start the new year with a new project! My first project for 2020 is the Peerie Blooms blanket. I made the blanket in collaboration with Stylecraft Yarns as
my contribution to the new Blogstar’s MAL program. It is a perfect opportunity to use some of Stylecraft’s new colours that have been recently added to their Special Range in Aran and Chunky weight.

As you all know the majority of my projects are done with DK yarn so the challenge has been using an Aran weight and a relatively small colour palette! I wanted to create an easy-to-crochet project, with a simple and uncomplicated square quick to make with the Aran yarn, a great way for beginners to experiment with colours and textures a blanket for the ones of you that don’t have much time or want an ‘in-between’ projects to enjoy on the go or as a break from more complex patterns or while socializing, travelling or watching TV !!


Did I cover all the possibilities and full-fill the challenge? I hope I have! The name Peerie means small in Scottish and that is what this blanket is all about.. a razzmatazz of little three-dimensional flowers in a vibrant meadow full of colours.  There are 99 squares organised in 4 colours combinations and arranged as a Tartan fabric, again a homage to Scotland, my adoptive home that I love so much. As I want EVERYONE to be able to make my blanket, regardless of their abilities or native language, the pattern includes charts of the motif, the joining method and the border.

I also have uploaded, on my youtube channel, my first video of how to make the Peerie Blooms square. In the next few days, I will upload the joining method too.

The pattern contains the instruction for a bonus blanket made by one of my testers , Susan Cox. It is a smaller version, perfect for a baby blanket or a little lapghan made with Stylecraft BELLISSIMA  and BAMBINO

YOU CAN BUY YOUR PACK OF YARN CLICK THE LINK BELOW

Peerie Blooms Blanket – Wool Warehouse Pack

FOR THE PATTERN HERE IS THE LINK BELOW

Peerie Blooms Blanket Pattern

So this year is all about embracing technology!

I will make more videos and I hope you will follow my Youtube channel and help me with your comment in making my patterns better and better.
I really hope you will give the |Peerie Blooms a go! So pick up your crochet and join
us in the fun!

Lucia xx

 

 

5 Comments

  1. Jacqueline

    March 5, 2020 at 8:55 pm

    Peerie is a Shetland word, not Scottish, though I do love our blanket.

    1. admin

      March 30, 2020 at 2:33 pm

      Thank you Jacqueline.

  2. Anne C McGavin

    March 7, 2020 at 7:31 pm

    Have just purchased your pattern Peerie Blooms. This will be my first ever crochet project! The only thing is that I would really like to use a natural fibre yarn like wool – no acrylic. Would that be possible? Can you suggest a yarn and should I choose an Aran weight and the same size crochet hook? Thanks so much.

    1. admin

      March 30, 2020 at 2:31 pm

      Hi Anne,
      Thank you for buying my pattern! You really can use any yarn you choose. We tested the blanket with a dk weight too and looked really lovely. If you want to use Aran to get the same size of blanket I think either Cascade or Drops Nepal could be an option with the same size of hook as in the pattern. But again it is such a versatile square that any yarn will work. Just adjust the size of the hook on what the yarn recomends. Please post your pictures! I love to see new versions.
      thank you , Lucia x

  3. Anne C McGavin

    March 30, 2020 at 2:38 pm

    Many thanks Lucia, A.

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