Bolderwood blanket by Anna Nikipirowicz

Bolderwood blanket

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June 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
4 stitches and 4 rows = 1 inch
5.0 mm (H)
148cm x 116cm
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Bolderwood is the first of three blankets I designed for

One idea, three blankets – When designing these blankets, I wanted the maker to be able to customise it to reflect themselves or the person they are making the blanket for. I took four interesting stitches and made them into squares which are fun, portable and quick to make, but I also wanted those stitches to be able to make one large blanket, without having to join squares.

Bolderwood is named after the beautiful forest which is also a deer sanctuary in New Forest. This is made out of four types of squares which use all four stitches, which are then joined together to form a large blanket. You are in complete control of how large you would like the blanket to be. I have laid them out diagonally in a style of traditional patchwork quilt; starting from the corner you have rows of textured squares, followed by rows of plain squares, each row uses one or two colours. All the squares are joined using flat slip stitch joint, then the edging is crocheted on. I have loved making this blanket as you can’t beat the portability of a crochet square, you can take them anywhere.

West Yorkshire Spinners Colour Lab DK (8ply/light worsted) – 100% British Wool, 225 m (245 yds) per 100 g ball
Colour A – Silver Grey 137 x 4 (optional – plus 2 x balls for pompoms)
Colour B – Pear Green 186 x 3
Colour C – Hazel Brown 491 x 3
Colour D – Natural Cream 010 x 3
Colour E – Very Berry 647 x 3
5 mm (H/8) crochet hook or size needed to obtain the given finished measurements of each square.
Tapestry needle

Finished size
The finished blanket, after blocking, measures approx. 148 cm (58 in) long and 116 cm (45.6 in) wide.