It all started with the idea to update all of my older written patterns, slowly, one at a time, in 2017… Wildflower has been a “wildly” popular pattern and I had a fantastic idea to update it using Scheepjes Stone Washed. And include a drumroll here…..
I converted it to a FREE pattern for your enjoyment!
PDF on Ravelry
Find a neat PDF for personal use on the Ravelry page.
Island Wildflower is a simple design using elements of crochet that you have probably used in the past, such as sunburst squares and granny stitch, and combining them in a new way. The result is a unique and opulent piece that will garner endless compliments. Use any favorite color combination as this beauty will make your stash yarn look great! Included are joining and border instruction, and feel free to use the motifs in a blanket or bag. Browse hashtag #IslandWildflowerBlanket on social media for color palette ideas!
Pattern is written by Rachele Carmona and was tested by the lovely Teresa Davis, who has also provided the gorgeous photographs for this pattern and all related blog posts at CypressTextiles.net.
- Yarny info: Find Stone Washed at LoveKnitting* (US), WoolWarehouse* (UK), and KnottyHouse* (CA), and other Scheepjes retailers. – scroll down for yarn amounts,.
- Full FO Reveal
- WIP sharing
- Yarn arrives….
- Full Yarn review
- MaterialsYarn Scheepjes Stone Washed (78% Cotton, 22% Acrylic; 130m/50g)Yarn A: 814 x 10 balls1 ball each of the following:Yarn B: 805
Yarn C: 826
Yarn D: 825
Yarn E: 816
Yarn F: 824
Yarn G: 808
Yarn H: 827
Yarn I: 823
Yarn J: 835
Yarn K: 834
Yarn L: 811
Yarn M: 806 x 2 balls
US Size 5mm hook, US Size 4.25mm hook (for final rnd of border only), Tapestry needle for weaving ends
Gauge: Motif 1, worked through Rnd 4, measures 4.75in; Finished blanket measures about 40x60in
YAY!! Freeeeeee! 😉