Seize the Daisies CAL
Welcome to my Seize the Daisies CAL
The Seize the Daisies CAL was designed for Deramores in 2017 and was so much fun!
Seize the Daisies is a square blanket which uses 5 different floral blocks which are joined together by slip stitching through the back loops. A big, frilly, wide border is added to finish off the blanket with style.
I designed two colour packs for the crochet along; Graffiti and Winter Is Coming. Now that Deramores has closed you can use the links below to purchase the yarn on Love Crafts. Unfortunately, there isn’t an option to buy the colour packs anymore but you can use the quantities of yarn below to fill your shopping basket.
If you plan to use a different brand of yarn any DK weight, or Light Worsted weight, acrylic yarn should work well.
Once completed the blanket measures approximately 147 x 147 cm (58 in x 58 in) including the border.
The pattern is in written format and all abbreviations, special stitch instructions and useful notes are included along with handy photos.
The pattern is available here on my website (link below). The pattern is also in the Ravelry library (here), so if you are making the blanket, or just bits of it, do add your projects there – I love to see them! I hope you enjoy the Seize the Daisies CAL.
As always, if you have any questions, just drop me a message.
Seize the Daisies CAL Pattern Link
Colour Packsfor the CAL
Graffiti Colour Pack
The blanket was inspired by cartoons and graffiti art and the original colour palette, ‘Graffiti’, really packs a punch.
You’ll nedd 19 balls of Deramores Studio DK, 100g, in shades:
3 x Peridot, 4 x Frost, 2 x Ebony, 2 x Burnt Orange, 2 x Citrine, 2 x Ruby, 2 x Peony & 2 x Fuchsia
Winter Is Coming Colour Pack
‘Winter is Coming’ colour pack was inspired by the dark, moody tones of winter and morning frost on flowers.
You’ll need 20 balls of Deramores Studio DK, 100g, in shades:
2 x Blush, 3 x Mist, 3 x Topaz, 2 x Frost, 2 x Blue Velvet, 2 x Indigo, 2 x Malachite, 2 x Jade & 2 x Smoke.
Need a little help?
Hopefully you won’t get stuck but, should you need a little helping hand or find yourself a little confused, I’m here to help. Get in touch via my contact form.