My gorgeous daughter at 3 years old! And pleased as punch sitting with my handy basket o’ yarn 🙂
Shop this gorgeous multicolor KnitPicks Chroma yarn. You won’t be disappointed! It’s one of my favorite yarns ever. So nice to work with and the color is a dream. To read more about it, see my yarny review at my Crafter site.
Pattern info: the hexagon isn’t my pattern, but I wrote a little info on how I made this blanket here – you can find the half hexie and links to the original pattern on that post.
The border is a slight variation on my free Treble Scallop Edging. Check it out! Use it to make a blanket look dainty without going over the top.
15 thoughts on “Vibrant Vintage No. 3”
This is just so pretty. You did an amazing job on this.
Aww thank you! It was so lush to make.. The yarn is so pretty it does all the work! 🙂
How do We find the pattern. the only link I see doesn’t work 😦
Hey, there! This is the post: http://cypresstextiles.net/2014/09/19/lace-flower-hexagon-half-motif/
I my goodness, girl! That’s beautiful.
Thank you, girlie! ❤
The colours of the yarn look amazing, much nicer worked up than in a ball. Such a pretty blanket.
Thank you! I really did enjoy this project. Definitely an even bigger fan of Chroma. My dream come true would be if it were easy-care, but man it’s a delight to work with! 🙂
Absolutely love the blanket. Was wondering how many balls of the chroma did you use roughly and in what colours??
I used about 7 balls and its 40×40″ – and the colors are all discontinued.. I just used a balance of brights and pastel! 🙂
Thanks for that x
Love this blanket!! How did you do the triangle fill-in though?? Ot looks like just a mesh stitch like in the hexagon but i can’t figure out how to do it!
Hey there! I didn’t write the pattern but basically I just started at one side of the gap, and did a (ch 3, sc) repeat back and forth, until the gap was filled. Hope this helps a bit! – happy crafting! – RC