Window to the Whirl Blanket by Susan Carlson

Window to the Whirl Blanket

April 2019
all 3 are used in this pattern
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
5 repeats = 4 inches
in 5.5 “windows” wide x 5 “windows” high = 4"/10cm
3.5 mm (E)
4593 - 4675 yards (4200 - 4275 m)
Sample blanket with border: 52” X 65” (133cm x 165cm)
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This pattern is available for free.

~~An ad-free PDF containing the entire blanket pattern together with photo-tutorial for a small fee available is on Etsy here.

~~Part 1 of this pattern, the intermeshing panel, is available for free here.
~~Part 2, the second side panel, is available for free here.

Using intermeshing crochet with a slow-changing gradient yarn and a sharply contrasting yarn for the “windows”, this throw is fun to crochet and makes a completely reversible blanket. Lots of pictures to help you through if you’ve never done intermeshing crochet are included.

The entire blanket uses 2 complete Scheepjes Whirls worked until you run out of yarn in coordinating colors and 5 Scheepjes Whirlettes in a sharply contrasting color for a beautiful stained-glass effect. I provide 15 suggestions for color combinations here.

Yarn kits are available via Stitched Naturally here and Deramores here. Stitched Naturally has complete kits including the PDF for the pattern with additional color combinations to choose personally curated by me.

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