White Lily Blanket by Elena Fedotova

White Lily Blanket

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The White Lily Blanket is made of triangular motifs, which, after joining, create a spectacular 3-D geometric pattern full of texture and volume. The motifs are joined as you go while crocheting the last round making finishing a breeze!

The size of the blanket is easily adjustable and the triangular motifs allow for many shape and project options. The motifs can be also used to make coasters, potholders, pillow covers, or chair cushions, and even baskets. You will find the instructions for some of these ideas on the last two pages.


  • Yarn: West Yorkshire Spinners Bo Peep Luxury Baby DK; 122 yd (112 m) per 50 g skein; 52% Falkland wool, 48% nylon
  • Hook: U.S. G (4 mm)
  • Yarn needle to weave in ends


  • 13 skeins in shade 011 Tooth Fairy


  • One side of motif is 4″ (10 cm) long


  • 29″ (74 cm) wide, 30″ (76 cm) long

The blanket is easily adjustable, its size can be increased in two ways. You can make it larger by adding more rows of motifs (shown in grey on the diagram below) or you may work extra rounds on each individual motif making it larger. The original blanket layout consists of 104 motifs (13 motifs per row and 8 rows).

Tech editing by Amy Curtin (Amerz on Ravelry).

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At the moment there are two versions of this pattern available:

  • Original pattern published in 2012: White Lily Blanket.pdf
  • Updated pattern published in 2020: White Lily blanket by Lena Fedotova V0.pdf