Catherine bligh kaleidoscope
- Designed by Catherine Bligh
This stunning Kaleidoscope Blanket looks totally like a real kaleidoscope, don't you think? It's a beautiful geometric design.It's inspired by a quilt pattern and created using triangles, squares and octagons. It look especially amazing in blue and purple colors. However, feel free to choose your favourite one!
This crochet blanket pattern has almost everything you could want: tons of color, granny squares in varied sizes, flower squares, as well as textured crochet flowers. Plus, believe it or not, this wonder is a free crochet pattern!
The Amazing The Kaleidoscope Blanket CAL Free Crochet Pattern has a beautiful geometric design, inspired by a quilt pattern and created using triangles, squares and octagons. Colorwork helps create a really stunning effect, combining flat stitches with post stitches and popcorns to mimic the effect of printed fabrics in a pieced patchwork quilt. It s an ambitious project, but the end product is a beautiful, unique heirloom blanket that s full of rich texture and colour. The pattern works well as a stash buster. It s the perfect project to keep you on your toes but is equally easy to pick up and put down whenever you get a few minutes to make the next motif. Thanks Catherine s Crochet Corner for sharing this free crocheting pattern. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
To begin with, this geometric blanket is an indisputably gorgeous piece. Indeed, the kaleidoscope rosettes interspersed with starbursts are amazing!
The full pattern is available on Ravelry:
Info about this version and the photos - here..
"The smooth rainbow gradient of the Catherine Wheels is enough to bring a smile to your face. New colours keep popping up and incorporating these into the blanket is an absolute delight. As a bonus, you barely have to weave in any ends. That makes a colourful project such as this even better. The blanket includes written instructions, an extensive photo tutorial and schematics. It's suitable for the adventurous beginner and is written in US terms."