Colintraive by Victoria Magnus


March 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
4 stitches and 4 rows = 1 inch
4.5 mm
One size, easily adjustable
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

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This cosy, snuggly lap blanket is perfect for keeping your legs or shoulders warm, but is a good size to carry in the car with you or throw in a bag. It’s really easy and soothing to make for crocheters of all skill-levels, and the stripes are a great opportunity to play with colour.

The updated version of it is designed to be kept simple and use two 50g balls of each colour of Milburn DK, plus one ball of the edging colour.


Eden Cottage Yarns, Milburn DK (85% Bluefaced Leicester 15% mulberry silk) (112m / 122yds)

2 x 50g balls each of colourways Rust, Fern, Catmint, Compost and Charcoal (which are used in that order);
1 x 50g ball of Wicker

4mm / US G-7 hook

Stitch marker, tapestry needle


Each repeat measures 4.25cm (1.75 in) depth before blocking.

Finished blocked size 83cm (32.75 in) across by 96cm (37.75 in) long.

Note: finished measurements are approximate as the blanket pictured could have been stretched more – this comes down to individual preference.


4sts x 4 rows in 2.5cm (one inch) square in half treble stitch after blocking

This pattern is un-tested and hasn’t been professionally tech edited by a third party - that’s why it is FREE.