Hexagon Garden Blanket Crochet Kit and Pattern in Stylecraft Yarn
Crochet up this charming and cozy hexagon garden blanket by the ever-talented Jacqui Goulbourn. Jacqui has combined her love of numbers and patterns with crochet to create this gorgeous blanket, just ready to be crocheted together and add that splash of joy to your living room. The warming shades result in a soft and snuggly blanket to curl up under to keep you toasty warm.
Please Note: On the pattern, there are a few errors in terms of yarn quantities required. Firstly you should have 6 x Denim and Shade Olive should be shade, Teal. If you purchase the kit, you will receive the correct amount of yarn.
This Kit Contains:
- 6 x Stylecraft Life Chunky - Oatmeal (2303)
- 3 x Stylecraft Life Chunky - Cardinal (2306)
- 6 x Stylecraft Life Chunky - Denim (2322)
- 3 x Stylecraft Life Chunky - Teal (2416)
- 1 x Digital Pattern
- assembling process
- web sit
Such a nice pattern to follow! Can be adapted by using different thickness of yarn too.
I bought the kit to make this blanket quite a while ago but life gets in the way and I didn't get a chance to start it until lockdown. Then I found I'd only been sent 2 balls of denim and instead of teal I was sent olive. I really like the blanket but had to source 4 more balls of denim which weren't the same dye lot.
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The web sit is well set out,easy to follow and find what I need.Delivery was prompt and the assembling process of the kit was fun to do.
so far not so good... I bought the wool pack and downloaded the pattern. Just started it at the weekend and quickly realised after 6 squares that the wool is not enough. I started with hexagon 3 of which there are 12 exactly the same to do. I have 6 completed and there is not enough of denim to do any more... so really 4 balls are needed of it. The problem is not that I have made them loosely as then I would have been able to make more of them rather than just half! As I studied the pattern a bit more I realised that hexagon 2 is only repeated 6 times and yet there are 3 balls. So this does not make sense. Surely there needs to be more of the wool for the most number of hexagons???? Also the pattern colours look like cream, red, denim and teal.... yet teal is actually olive.... doesn't go really with the other colours as well..... I hope there is enough of the oatmeal wool to finish all the parts of it....