::Kaleidoscope Blanket Club::

Hi, just a quick post to show you the amazing Kaleidoscope blanket club I’m working on. It’s my super-lovely christmas present from my lovely hubby from The Natural Dye Studio. I saw Amanda and her amazing blankets, yarns and projects at Yarndale last year, and just knew that the Kaleidoscope blanket was something I would love to do. The fabulous idea is that it is revealed to you month by month, an you have no idea what the finished blanket will look like until nearly the end. Genius!!

My first bundle of kaleidoscope club yarn skeins arrived in the new year with the starter pattern and motifs.


Doesn’t it look beautiful? It is gorgeously soft and indulgent. 100% single thread 4ply Merino.Image

I got my yarn all wound up into balls ready.


I’ve got some motifs completed with my 3.5mm hook


And I’m so excited to get the rest done. I’ve ben checking it out on flickr and Ravelry and there is an additional group where club members can have a chat an a sneaky peep at the stages completed.

Off to do a couple more motifs… will keep you posted!!

5 thoughts on “::Kaleidoscope Blanket Club::

    • Hi, great to see you ! Don’t worry about it, it took me a day or two to get the wool wound and then to figure out the colour chart, tension and get properly started. It’s a slow burn project for me… I always have more than one thing on the go!! Karen xx


  1. hi,
    I happen to “stumble on your site but are you selling the pattern? They are beautiful, not just the color but the pattern of the sunny dah one . I would love to make this for my grand daughter. Iwill leave my info below thank you Shirl


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