The Enchanted Cottage Mystery Blanket Knit-along
Find out all about our brand-new mystery blanket knit-along!
In Issue 71 we’ve launched our first ever mystery blanket knit-along, designed by our resident knitting expert, Debbie Tomkies. Join us and Debbie for the next year to knit your own beautiful blanket.
Debbie is an expert designer and author of knitting books, with over 25 years experience of teaching new skills to knitters. She’s been Knit Now’s resident expert since Issue 1 and so we could think of nobody better to design our very first blanket knit-along! She’s designed three different blankets which you can choose from, depending on your experience.
Acorn Cottage Blanket
This is the easiest of the three blankets to knit. It features simple shapes and rich, natural tones.
It is knitted in West Yorkshire Spinners Essentials Aire Valley DK, in Grey, Nutmeg, Cream, Brown, Navy and Cardamom. You’ll need 1 ball each for a small blanket or 2 balls each for a large blanket.
SUBSCRIPTION OFFER: FREE ACORN COTTAGE BLANKET KIT
If you want to take part in the knit-along, you can get a free blanket kit worth £30 when you subscribe to Knit Now! You’ll also save money on every issue, get free delivery direct to your door and be the first to read each new issue. Don’t hang around too long, this offer expires on 30th March!
Blackberry Cottage Blanket
Learn new skills with the intermediate version, which is knitted in a gorgeous autumnal palette of super-soft wool.
For this blanket, you will use West Yorkshire Spinners Bluefaced Leicester DK in Natural, Honey, Mocha, Olive, Pomegranate and Teal. You’ll need 100g of each colour for a small blanket and 200g of each colour for a large blanket. The Natural comes in 100g skeins and the colours come in 50g balls.
Hyacinth Cottage Blanket
Stretch your skills with the most intricate f the blankets. This option is perfect for creative knitters looking for a challenge.
The Hyacinth blanket is knitted in West Yorkshire Spinners Illustrious, in Oatmeal, Dusky Lilac, Sea Glass, Orchid, Antique Gold and Highland. For a small blanket you’ll need 1 ball of each colour, for a large blanket you’ll need 2 balls of each colour.
You’ll find Part 1 of the blanket knit-along in Issue 71, which is on sale in supermarkets, newsagents and craft stores accross the UK now.
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