Madhu blanket – Pattern release!

Hello everyone! I am very excited to share my latest pattern with you all – the Madhu Blanket! It is a lap blanket that is full of texture and was wonderful to design and make πŸ™‚

Pattern

This is an intermediate level pattern with so if you are looking to learn something new, this is for you! You can find photo and video tutorials for all the stitches that are used in this pattern on my blog.

Please leave me a comment if you like this pattern. You can add this pattern to your Ravelry queue.  If you would like a PDF version of this pattern (or just to support me), you can purchase a print-friendly ad-free version of this pattern from my Ravelry and Etsy shops (available at a 20% discount until August 8th, 2019).

I would love to see your projects on Instagram! Tag your posts with:
@knitterknotter #knitterknotter #madhuhoneycombblanket

Worksheet!!

When I started working on this pattern, I just started with an idea. I needed a way to visualize how it would look so I created the following image on my computer:

I used this picture as my reference while designing the blanket and since it was so useful to me, I decided to create a downloadable worksheet for you to be able to use for your blankets! The worksheet does not have accurate stitch counts so this is only to help you visualize how your blankets will look with the colors you picked. Click here to download the worksheet.

If you choose to share your colored worksheets on social media, please use the following tags so that I can find them and feature them:
#knitterknotter #madhuhoneycombblanket @knitterknotter

Madhu TCAL

I hosted a TCAL for this blanket and you can find all the information about it here.

Pin It and make it later!

The process of coming up with a new design starts with selecting yarn and colors. I was yarn shopping some time back and I picked up some Scheepjes Cahlista yarn in 4 colors. I started with the idea of trying something new and incorporating all four colors in my design.

Before I started working with this yarn, I wanted to make a scarf with it. When I started experimenting with it, I tried some overlay stitches to make the honeycomb pattern and I loved the texture that I could achieve with it. I then decided to make a blanket instead.

There are two different parts that make up the blanket. I used overlay stitches in both the honeycomb section at the center and the border to achieve the different looks and textures.

I have been snuggling with this blanket on my couch since I’ve made it! πŸ™‚

While the stitches I have used to make this blanket are not reversible, the blanket looks great at the back too!

I think the yarn plays a huge role in how the blanket looks. I loved working with the Scheepjes Cahlista yarn. The colors are gorgeous and the texture is great!

I am very grateful to all my testers. They did a wonderful job with their blankets! I LOVE each one of them! You can check them out in the projects on Ravelry. Here is how they look:

By Janean Crapo
By Marion Fetters
By Migou Moiriotte
By Anna Dickson

And, here is one last picture of mine:

Pattern

This is an intermediate level pattern with so if you are looking to learn something new, this is for you! You can find photo and video tutorials for all the stitches that are used in this pattern and for all the tricky bits on my blog.

Please leave me a comment if you like this pattern. You can add this pattern to your Ravelry queue.  If you would like a PDF version of this pattern (or just to support me), you can purchase a print-friendly ad-free version of this pattern from my Ravelry and Etsy shops (available at a 20% discount until August 8th, 2019). 

I would love to see your projects on Instagram! Tag your posts with:
@knitterknotter #knitterknotter #madhuhoneycombblanket

Pin It and make it later!

Share your pictures with me!

I really hope you liked this pattern. I would love to see your version of this design so please share your pictures with me!
– Share them on Instagram with the tags #knitterknotter, #madewithknitterknotter, and @knitterknotter
– Share them in my Facebook Group
– Create a project on Ravelry

I strive to offer my patterns for free and that is possible only with your support. Please share this pattern and your pictures as much as possible. Every share counts πŸ™‚

Copyright and Terms of Use

This pattern is for personal use only. You are welcome to make and sell handmade items using this pattern but you are required to credit the design to Arunima Goel @ KnitterKnotter by linking back to https://knitterknotter.com. Do not publish or sell this pattern, in part or in full and do not make any video tutorials of this pattern without my permission. When featuring KnitterKnotter in pattern roundups, blog articles or Facebook posts, you may use one of my photos and provide a link back to the original source.

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4 Replies to “Madhu blanket – Pattern release!”

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  2. What interesting patterns in Tunisian crochet! You make me want to try it. I think I’d do a small version of this blanket for a baby… Thank you for the interesting designs!

    Estelle says:
    1. I am glad you like the pattern Estelle. Please share some pictures with me when you make yours. And feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions.

      ~Arunima

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