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The Colourblock Blanket was my first crochet pattern, and its still super popular now! It is made of cluster stitches, which result in a pretty textured and reversible blanket. Initially it was designed as a Stash-busting project so you could use as close to exactly 3 balls of yarn as possible, but it has proven to be a well loved blanket pattern and had been made in all sizes and colour combinations. 

The PDF pattern includes the details to increase the size to however large you need it.

Suitable for: Beginners

You will need:

  • 3 balls of Aran yarn

  • 5mm hook

  • Darning needle and scissors

  • A piece of card to make the fringe​

Fiesta Blanket

Well, my pattern was published a lot soo

I designed the Fiesta Blanket because I was desperate to work with one of the Paintbox Chunky Pots. I love how it turned out! The pattern is an attractive ripple design using the chunky pot at the ends. Its a lovely thick blanket, perfect for those cool autumn evenings.

This pattern will also work with other yarns too. You may need to adjust the hook size/yarn quantity to achieve the desired result.

The PDF pattern includes lots of pictures and a gauge to work with to achieve a cosy density.

Suitable for: Beginners

You will need:

  • 1 Paintbox Chunky pot

  • 4 Paintbox Simply Chunky

  • 4.5mm hook

  • Darning needle and scissors

  • A piece of card to make the tassels


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The Spectacle Blanket is a unique filet design which uses a repetitive pattern to result in lots of different shapes. 

You can use any type or weight of yarn along with a suitable hook size, and the pattern includes the details to increase/decrease the size. The border is made of simple stitches, and with the tassels, it finishes it off beautifully.


Suitable for: Confident/intermediate crocheters


You will need:  

  • Your yarn of choice

  • Suitable hook size for your yarn

  • A darning needle and scissors

  • A piece of card for the tassels, and  a stitch marker may be useful​