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Bushel Blanket crochet pattern - digital or hard copy

£2.50

Pattern Pricing

I now operate a ‘pay what you can’ scale for my electronic/downloadable single patterns.  I usually charge £5 for these patterns and to encourage access for all crafters, these are now available on a scale of £2.50 - £7.50 and you chose what you can afford within that scale. 

Please note that this doesn’t apply to my hard copy patterns, which remain priced at £5 and come with an automatic digital download.

It would be great to see your finished objects onInstagram - #BushelBlankets #FayDHDesigns

 

Pattern

When John Arbon Textiles brought out twenty different shades of their Appledore wool in mini and 100g skeins, a crochet blanket design was inevitable.

Bushel makes use of all 20 colours and you can choose from a lap blanket size or a throw that is large enough to fit the bottom of a double bed.  

Whether making the lap blanket or the throw, the construction is the same. Worked from the centre out, the Bushel Blankets use a two-row repeat through the colour sequence to one end and then mirror the colour sequence at the other end. Finally, a simple double crochet border is added to bring all the colours together.

The wool blend is soft yet crisp. Combined with the stitches, it offers good drape and stitch definition.  

 

A matching Bushel Cushion pattern is also available.

 

Materials: Appledore by John Arbon Textiles, 100g/250m/273yds, 40% Devon Closewool/40% Romney/20% Exmoor Blueface

Main Colour - Dufflin

CC1 – Golden Knob, CC2 – Spicy Pippin, CC3 – Hangy Down, CC4 – Dufflin, CC5 – Foxwhelp, CC6 – Ellis Bitter, CC7 – Sweet Coppin, CC8 – Pig Snout, CC9 – Slack Ma Girdle, CC10 – Winter Stubbard, CC11 – Fair Maid, CC12 – Quench, CC13 – Sheep’s Nose, CC14 – Dabinett, CC15 – Whimple Wonder, CC16 – Hoary Morning, CC17 – Payhembury, CC18 – Tom Putt, CC19 – Yeovil Sour, CC20 – Billy Down Pippin

Lap Blanket - 1 x 100g Dufflin as the Main Colour and 1 x each of the 20 mini-skein colours (25g/62m/68yds) 

Throw - 1 x 100g Dufflin as the Main Colour and 2 x each of the 20 mini-skein colours (25g/62m/68yds)

4.5mm hook (US 7)

6 x place markers (different colours) 

1 x stitch marker (to secure stitch when putting project aside)

Tapestry needle 

Blocking equipment


Tension: Unblocked is 5 shell repeats over 16cm and 10 rows over 10cm. Blocked is 5 shell repeats over 19cm and 10 rows over 12cm.

 

Lap Blanket Dimensions: Unblocked 101.5cm wide and 91cm long. Pinned out to 118cm wide and 116cm long. Blocked 115cm wide and 110cm long.

Throw Dimensions: Unblocked 191cm wide and 91cm long. Blocked 218cm wide and 110cm long.

Yarn substitutions: Any DK yarn with at least 250m (273yds) per 100g that gets tension and offers good drape and stitch definition.

 

Stitches used: 

BLO - back loop only   CC - contrast colour ch - chain  ch-sp - chain space cm - centimetre   dc - double crochet (US single crochet)   dcBLO - double crochet back loop only (US single crochet back loop only)  ea - each ELtr - end linked treble crochet g - gram   Ltr - linked treble crochet m - metre  MC - main colour pm - place marker rep - repeat  rnd - round RS - right side  sk - skip ss - slip stitch st(s) - stitch(es)   tr - treble crochet (US double crochet) WS - wrong side   yds - yards  yrh - yarn around hook 

 

 

If you buy this pattern, you may also be interested in:

Metal Crochet hooks, wooden crochet hooksblocking mats, blocking pins, wool wash, other crochet patterns or knitting patterns.

 

Pattern format

Bushel Blanket is an eight-page document.  If you are purchasing a printed copy, it is A4 sized with large, clear text.

Weights given are approximated to provide the best estimate for postage and packaging costs only.

 

Product materials, sourcing and PoM Rating

This product was originated by me at Fay Dashper-Hughes Designs.  This pattern is printed on paper that is manufactured using wind power,100% recycled post-consumer fibre and carbon neutral.  It is printed by me in my studio in Cheshire, England.

Postage and Packaging

You can read all about P&P here.

The P&P costs applied are very transparent.  No additional costs are added on, you simply pay for the cost of packaging and the cost of postage.  I don't offer free P&P because what that usually means is that the cost of P&P has been added to the cost of goods.  I think it is better to assume that my customers aren't daft and would rather have transparent P&P costs than the pretence of 'Free P&P' with inflated prices on the items that they are buying.  

 


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