Corner to Corner Blanket in Cygnet Yarns Kiddies Kaleidoscope DK
Using popular Crochet technique Corner to Corner makes this soft, adorable blanket in Cygnet's Kiddies Kaleidoscope DK; a yarn with a subtle, marbled colour variegation and gives a distinct vintage feel to knitted and crocheted babies garments and accessories.
This kit contains Free pattern as a PDF and 3 balls of Cygnet Yarns Kiddies Kaleidoscope DK in:
- 3 x Rainbow Drops
Colourful blanket comes in one size 81 x 81 cm and you will require either 4mm or 4.5mm Crochet hook depending on your own tension.
Yarn weight: DK
Length: 292m per ball
Needle Size: 4.00mm or 4.5mm Crochet Hooks
Ball weight: 3 x 100g
Fibre: 100% Acrylic
Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern
Pattern For: Babies, Toddlers
- postage charge
Nice easy project
C2C blanket pattern is easy to follow and works up lovely in this variegated wool, like a few others I am short on wool to finish the project, part of that could be my own fault as I used a 5mm hook rather than the prescribed 4 or 4.5 mm as I crochet quite tightly, but as I am about 15 rows and the 4 border rows short I suspect the wool may have run out anyway using the prescribed hook size, but as the wool is relatively inexpensive it's no big deal having to get another ball.
Okay - Ran out of yarn!
Nice easy straightforward pattern, but have run out of yarn 10 rows from the end! So annoying as not many local shops stock Cygnet yarn. Ordering online again will incur another postage charge. Pattern needs to be amended to 4 balls, not necessarily Deramores fault (and I note the kit is now reduced) but as a few comments have mentioned the same issue, Deramores should look into this.
Crochet blanket kit
Nice easy pattern I made it with smaller hook still had to buy more wool as not enough provided to make this item very disappointed.
shortage of wool.
I would think twice before ordering goods from you again As I purchased a kit of pattern and wool and have ran Out of wool half way thru the project, causing me the hassle of having to purchase the wool elsewhere.
Corner to corner blanket
I love this pattern it was easy to follow and a dream to work up. Thank you Anne