Eastern Jewels Lucia’s Fig Tree Colourway of Janie Crow’s Persian Tiles


Hi Everyone!

Firstly I would like to thank you for the amazing response I got for my FOLK QUEEN!

I am still recovering…

But today is not about the FOLK QUEEN, but my first ever colorway … the EASTERN JEWELS !

I cannot believe that it was exactely 3 years ago! I have to say it has been a fantastic experience and over the years I have seen countless version of my Eastern Jewels. As you probably already know the booklet for my colour version was available only as a part of the yarn pack. That was how, Stylecraft and Jane Crowfoot had decide originally to promote and distribute the colorway.


I now have exclusive permission to sell the booklet of the Eastern Jewels as a PDF!!!

Jane Crows Persian Tiles Pattern – PATTERN LINK

I cannot thank enough both Stylecraft and Jane for this opportunity because still now, after 3 years, I get emails asking if it is possible to have the PDF of my colour version.

But please do remember you still need the Persian Tiles pattern for the instructions how to crochet the motifs as my booklet lists only the colours used round by round for each of the motifs in the blanket , plus the joining and border colours.

So PLEASE Share the news because I am sure there are , out there , many crocheters that have been waiting for the PDF!!

Peachy Petals Blanket- Digital Download


**Please check your junk mail for the pattern link and click on the name of the pattern  in the email which will start a download any issues please get in touch it is a limited download time so please download it as soon as you can**The aim of this blanket was to use natural fibres and to create an array of tonal suffuse pale hues without using a lot of different colours and making the blanket prohibitively expensive!

I am very aware of the cost impact on my projects and I strive to offer projects that are beautiful but cost-effective .

I think the combination of a mercerised cotton-like Muskat and the Mohair silk yarn is a fabulous way to achieve the above.

The 14 pages of pattern contain:

– Written instructions for the motif, joining method and border

– pictures step-by-step,

– a full chart with symbols of the square motif,

– How to use the different yarns and a detailed chart of the colours for each round of each one of the 96 squares and their position in the blanket.

– video link to the joining method

– a different colour version of the blanket with yarn stats designed by Susan Cox with a bonus cushion too.