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Fruit Cup Fade: Part 7.

Posted by Emma Wilkinson on

Hi all! 

Emma here :)

Today's post bring you the final piece of the rainbow puzzle!

Before we start, I'd just like to thank you all for joining in on this rainbow adventure! Let's have a look at our progress so far:

We began with Part 1: Raspberry Red 

And continued with Part 2: Mango Orange.

Part 3: The Banana yellow section came along next

Then came Part 4: Lime Green

Part 5: The Blueberry section really brought the rainbow into view

Part 6: Boysenberry Purple transformed the blanket once more!

And now - Part 7 - Strawberry! 

the yarn used is Cicibebe Sprinkles in colour #595-01

If you are after the convenience of the pattern in a single document, one can be purchased at this link. The pattern will also remain on the blog. 

 

Below a shot of all the colours used, and good news! You can get them all in a kit! (Kit contains seven balls of cicibebe and the PDF document)

Quick reminder: this pattern uses a 5 mm hook

Pattern Repeat: Ch 3, (sc, ch 1) in each ch-1 sp across to last ch-1 sp, sc in last ch-1 sp, sl st in ch-3 sp, turn.

(remember: the 1st sc of each row is in the chain space after the (sl st, sc) make sure you don't miss it.)

Join new yarn by undoing previous stitch by one step, and replace with Strawberry yarn. Do not cut yarn between colour changes until instructed

 

Row 262 - 263: Two rows in Strawberry. (94 sc)

Row 264 – 265: Two rows in Boysenberry. (92 sc)

Row 266 – 271: Six rows in Strawberry (86 sc)

Row 272 - 273: Two Rows in Boysenberry (84 sc)

Row 274 – 281: Eight rows in Strawberry (76 sc)

Row 282 – 283: Two Rows in Boysenberry (80 sc)

Row 284 – 293: Ten Rows in Strawberry (70 sc)

Row 294 – 295: Two Rows Boysenberry (68 sc)

Row 296 – 363:  66 rows in Strawberry (1 sc)

Row 364: Ch 3, sl st in ch-3 sp. Fasten Off and Weave in ends.

Fasten Off and Weave in ends.

Final measurements - 96 x 173 cm - this will fit an Australian size single bed.  

I really hope you've enjoyed making your Fruit Cup Fade as much as I have! 

I would love to see any photos you have made, and you can share them by either making a project on Ravelry, or using the hashtag #yarnishmakes, #yarnishrainbowchallenge or #fruitcupfade 

See you soon,

Emma. 


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  • Loving the colours and how easy the pattern is.

    Ann Henderson on

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