Pomona Blanket Kit

£147.00 - £288.50

We now offer handy kits of this pattern. All kits include enough yarn to make this glorious blanket along with the pattern, a shadecard for one of our ranges and a fab project bag to keep it all safe. Happy knitting!  

The Pomona Blanket pattern is designed by Sonja Bargielowska, one of our splendid Mill Folk. Click here if you’d like to buy just the pattern, without the yarn. 

This log cabin blanket is great fun to knit as it is made up of lots of modular blocks, which make it zip along nicely. Pomona is also perfect for either mini skeins, or odds and ends. All those blocks are then seamed with a wide edging to ground all those playful colours.

The pattern includes instructions on how to spit (wet) splice your ends together neatly when changing colour to minimize the number of ends that need weaving in.

Yarn

John Arbon Textiles Appledore, DK

Shown in:
MC: Payhembury; 2 (4) 100g skeins
CC1-20: 1 (2) x 25g mini skein in each of the 20 shades of Appledore.

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Microns appledore dk
Composition 20 (40) mini skeins, 2-4 big skeins + pattern, project bag and shadecard
Handle knitting kit

Blocked Dimensions

Sizes: 1 (2)
Length: 120 (180) cm / 48 (72) inches
Width: 100 (120) cm / 40 (48) inches
Blocked dimensions of one blanket square: 20 cm / 8 inches each side
See schematic for blocking notes.

Needles & Notions

5.5mm (5 UK / US 9) knitting needles: you can use straight or circular needles for the squares as they are worked flat over a small number of stitches; you will need a long circular 80cm / 32 inches + needle to work the large number of stitches on the edges and the final round.

3 lengths of smooth scrap yarn or stitch holders for holding stitches not being worked
Darning needle
Pair of needle-nosed scissors (helpful but not essential)
Kitchen scales (recommended)

Gauge

16sts x 32 rows = 10 cm / 4 inches over Garter Stitch after blocking
Always use a needle size that results in the correct gauge after blocking