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Loop's Yaku Blanket Kit

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More are being made this February

This was originally designed for the HVERDAGSULD yarn, but we thought it might be nicer for babies in the yummy Yaku yarn.
So, Trine of CaMaRose tweaked the pattern and created this for us!

CaMaRose yarns are OEKO TEX standard 100 certified.  This certification is a guarantee that the yarns have been tested and do not contain any harmful chemicals.

Trine Bertelsen and Loop have put together this fabulous kit with 6 -9 colours using CaMaRose Yaku a super-soft and superwash merino in a 4 ply weight. This gorgeous blanket looks complicated but it's not at all!
It starts with a simple pattern that is completely reversible and also machine washable at 30 degrees.

Two sizes of the blanket are included in this pattern, Baby and Junior Sizes.
Finished sizes:
Baby: 70 x 96 cm
Junior: 90 x 128 cm

Needle size needed (Not included): 3mm (US2.5) and 4mm (US6) x 100cm
Gauge: 26 stitches x 36 rows = 10cm/4inches on a 3mm needle

The Junior kit includes 10 balls of CaMaRose Yaku and the Baby version includes 6 balls of CaMaRose Yaku.
Both come with the printed pattern

Colours included in the Junior kit are 
10 balls total: 

2 balls in col 1: Natur (1003) 

1 ball of each of the following colours:

Col. 2: Rosa (1800), 

col. 3: Støvet rosa (1020), 

col. 4: Mauve (1872), 

col. 5: Lysgrå (1041), 

col. 6: Mellemgrå (1060), 

col. 7: Havgrøn (1655), 

col. 8: Turkis grøn (1584)  

col. 9: Sennepsgul (1990)

The Baby version includes 6 balls in total:

col 1. 1000 Råhvid

col 2. 1112 Koral

col 3. 1990 Sennepsgul

col 4. 1221 Himmelblå

col 5. 1181 Græsgrøn

col 6. 1041 Lysgrå

You can always adjust the size of these blankets as well by adding more repeats and more yarn or colours.

The printed pattern on its own is available here.

** Errata - Misprint on page 2 of the pattern.

Pattern reads 'Blanket: Cast on 183 (243) sts on a size 4mm circular needle using col 1. Change to a size 4mm needle and knit 1 row.' 

Pattern should read 'Change to size 3mm needle and knit 1 row.'