Starflower Blanket Kit by Tin Can Knits

£50.50 - £354.50

We now offer handy kits of this pattern. All kits include enough yarn to make this beautiful blanket, along with a limited edition button badge and a fab project bag to keep it all safe. Happy knitting!  

The gorgeous Starflower Blanket is designed by our chums over at Tin Can Knits. Click here if you’d like to buy the pattern.

The pattern is available in 3 sizes, from ‘Stroller’, to ‘Crib’, to ‘Throw’, and it is also available in 3 different yarn counts! Plus, we’ve created our kits to give you a rainbow colour option, and a more muted, one-colour version too. A little something for everyone… We’ve done all the hard work for you with this kit, simply select the size and colour scheme you fancy.

There’s something almost meditative about knitting a blanket. The crisp geometries of these floral motifs will delight you each time you bind off another hexagonal piece, and again when you arrange them into a colourful bouquet! The beautiful and intricate design is a joy to knit and never grows dull.

Samples Shown

Rainbow version is Yarnadelic worsted Throw size / Neutral version is KBN DK Crib size

The Folks over at Tin Can Knits have created a pdf download to show their original colour lay out. If you order a rainbow kit then you’ll get access to this download. 

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The Blanket pattern includes 3 sizes in 3 different weights…

4ply / Sport Weight in Yarnadelic Sport, 3.25mm needles:

Stroller: 28” wide by 35” long
Crib: 33” wide by 45” long
Throw: 44” wide by 54” long

DK weight in Knit By Numbers DK, 3.75mm needles:

Stroller: 28” wide by 32” long
Crib: 35” wide by 45” long
Throw: 42” wide by 57” long

Worsted weight in Yarnadelic Worsted, 4.5mm needles:

Stroller: 28” wide by 35” long
Crib: 33” wide by 45” long
Throw: 44” wide by 54” long

Included in this kit is a PDF download from Tin Can Knits to show their suggested layout to make the Yarnadelic Worsted, Throw version.