Doesn’t this blanket remind you of 1980s California? It’s all about vintage colors with a landscape inspiration: sunshine, sea, sand, sunsets, and trees. Worked mainly with double crochet stitches, this
blanket is pretty straightforward and quick to make. You should also be familiar with working around the posts (or willing to learn).
California is built with motifs that are then worked together to create
this throw. You could easily size up or down to increase or decrease the size depending on its purpose. As written, the blanket measures 50” x 58” = perfect beach blanket size.
C1: Rowan Pure Wool Worsted, 2 balls in col. 00134 (orange).
C2: Cascade 220, 2 skein in col. 9447 (dark green).
C3: Drops Karisma, 3 balls in col. 52 (deep yellow).
C4: Berroco Ultra Wool, 2 ball in col. 33139 (teal).
C5: Loops & Threads Impeccable, 5 balls in col. 01751 (golden beige.
To substitute yarns, you will need about 350 metres of C1, 250 m of each C2, C3,and C4, and about 1300 m of C5.
5.5 mm hook or size required to obtain gauge.
Check your gauge by making one motif. Motif should measure approximately 9” from top point to bottom point and 5” across.
50” x 58”.