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Harlequin Blanket Pattern - Trine Bertelsen

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Designed by
Trine Bertelsen

Inspired by summers spent in Tivoli Gardens in the centre of Copenhagen as a child , Trine from CaMaRose has created this stunning new blanket pattern using their sport/DK weight yarn Hverdagsuld.  Hverdagsuld is 100% organic and machine washable!  This makes a good sized cosy blanket using 11 of the beautiful colours in the range.  The yarn also softens considerably with the first wash. 

Colours used in the photograph are listed below but you can of course let your imagination choose whichever colours you fancy! 
If you like the colours used , we also have wonderful kits already put together for you here.
The blanket uses  19 skeins in total.

col. 1 (base colour 06): 8 skeins 
col. 2: Blĺgrřn (28),
col. 3: Mřrk okker (37), 
col. 4: Mintblĺ (50), 
col. 5: Mellemgrĺ (07), 
col. 6: Mintgrřn (27), 
col. 7: Lys sennep (39), 
col. 8: Koral (15), 
col. 9: Mřrk sennep (40) 
col. 10: Pudder (13).
col. 11: 2 skeins for the edge of  the blanket: Sřlvgrĺ (08). 

Width: 116 cm including the crochet border. Without the border the width is 110 cm.

Length: 150 cm including the crochet border. Without the border the length is 144 cm.

Yarn: Řkologisk Hverdagsuld (Ecological Everyday wool) from

Suggested needles and crochet hook: Circular needle size 4 mm (100 cm) and crochet hook size 4 mm.

Gauge in knitting: 18 sts x 28 rows = 10 x 10 cm.

Crochet tension: Approximately 18 dc = 10 cm.

NOTE: The blanket is knit flat back and forth using intarsia. Intarsia is a way to knit bigger sections in a contrasting colour in a single colour background. This is what creates the harlequin motif.


Please note this is a printed physical pattern and not a digital PDF