Morvan Blanket by Esther Dijkstra

Morvan Blanket

March 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
3.5 mm (E)
2187 yards (2000 m)
90cm x 110cm
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Free Pattern also available for free: info in notes
This pattern is available for €3.50 EUR
A free version is also available.
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This pattern is available for FREE on my blog HERE. The downloadable PDF listed for sale contains the full pattern (including pattern notes, written instructions and links to the video tutorials), in one printable file without advertisements.

If you are looking for a relaxing “TV-project”, a project in which little thinking is required, look no further. My Morvan Blanket, named after the beautiful Morvan region in France, is exactly what you are looking for. It’s a relaxing linen stitch crochet pattern in which two Scheepjes Whirls from the Ombré collection give the blanket a fabulous color boost. Another bonus of my Morvan Blanket is that there are only 8 yarn tails to work away! In this post you find the free crochet pattern and the free video tutorial showing you the steps involved to make the blanket.

As such gauge is not critical in this project. 28sts x 32 rows measures 10cm x 10cm.

This project is suitable for all crochet levels.

Yarn amounts and materials
2 x Scheepjes Ombré Whirls:
Color A – 1 x Citrus Squeeze (563)
Color B – 1 x Shrinking Violet (558)
3.5mm haaknaald

The written patterns are available in English US Terms, and Dutch. The video tutorials are available in English US Terms and in a left and right handed version.

Free and paid pattern
On my blog you can find the free version of this pattern. Here on Ravelry, you can purchase a PDF file.

The small print
Due to the nature of patterns, this pattern may not be returned or exchanged. All sales are final. This pattern may not be redistributed or copied in any way.

Finished items may be sold, I just ask that you give credit to me, Esther Dijkstra from It’s all in a Nutshell for the pattern.

Kind Regards,