Friday, 8 March 2013

Slanty shell blanket

Hello!
After being asked by so many people, about my blanket, I have finally made a tutorial for you!!
I hope it works!
 
Uk terms 3.5mm hook
 
 
For a practise ch27 LOOSE.
 
In 4th ch from hook work 3tr.
 
 
*skip 3 chains and work 1 dc.
ch3 and work 3tr in next ch*.
Repeat from * to * all the way along.
In the very last ch work 1dc, ch3 and turn.
Row 1
Work 3tr in first dc.
* In the next 3ch space work (dc,3ch,3tr)*
repeat from *to* all the way along, end 1dc in turning ch.
ch3 turn
 
Repeat row 1 throughout.
 
 
To make the blanket, loosely ch243 and change colour every 4 rows, or whenever you fancy!
 
Foundation row: 3tr in 4th ch from hook.* (sk 3chs, 1dc in next ch, 3tr in next ch)* rep from * to * across row.
End sk 3 chs, 1dc in last ch, 3ch turn.
Row 1: 3tr in 1st dc, *( 1dc,3ch,3tr) in next 3ch sp. rep from * to * across  row. End 1dc in turning ch, ch3 turn.
 
If you find anything wrong please leave a comment, and I'll amend it.
 
Till next time
xxx


13 comments:

  1. Thank you, love your tutorial and am now following you on pintrest. Have you ever chrocheted a tulip? I haven't found a pattern yet but would love to find one and make for my gramma.
    Tiffanie

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  2. Süper bir açıklama teşekkürler arkadaşım güzel bir hafta sonu dilerim sevgiler.

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  3. Thank you very much Hayley !
    Happy weekend.

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  4. Oooooohhh!!!! Thanks! Thanks!
    Lovely and simple!
    Kisses from Catalonia!

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  5. Wow, muy bonito. Gracias. Me lo quedo porque seguro que lo voy a utilizar.
    Buen día.

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  6. Very nice explanation, thank you :)

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  7. Thank you so much for making this tutorial. because of you i will be making this blanket for each of my children. Thank you thank you again.

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  8. Your delightful blog... Such a pleasure. I've got to get cracking to finish up a shawl I began, but then I'd love to try this slanty blanket. My daughter-in-law is expecting her first baby this fall, and another young friend just found out she's expecting TRIPLETS! Lots of projects to plan for!

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  9. I will make this. It's very pretty. I usually make things for everyone in my family, but this one will be for me. Thanks for posting.:)

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  10. Thank you for sharing your tutorial. Very lovely. Kathy

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  11. Such beautiful colours, I am now making a second one of these blankets with the left over wool from the first. Thank you for the pattern :D

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  12. Can you please tell me how to make those lovely flowers with the leaves that you have attached to this blanket?
    I have looked through your patterns but am a bit of a learner so I may be missing something.
    Thanks
    P

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Hugs to you all.
xxx