|Category||Scheepjes Publications, Home, MissNeriss|
|Suggested yarn||Stone Washed XL, River Washed XL|
|Sizes||160 x 115cm (63 x 45.3in)|
YARN - The After Party 81 Memory ThrowBy Nerissa Muijs
The Memory Throw designed by Nerissa Muijs, made in our textured Stone Washed XL and River Washed XL yarns in all the colours of the rainbow, suits any and all interiors! Its naturally tinted border brings together all the gorgeous shades and motifs like patchwork, giving this blanket a stylish, timeless finish.
This crochet blanket measures 160 x 115cm when complete. Nerissa used 48 colours of our Stone Washed XL and River Washed XL yarns, framed in a creamy white border made from Stone Washed XL 841 - Moon Stone. One crocheted square requires 15g of Stone Washed XL or River Washed XL yarns. Inspired to try a colour palette of your own? With this design everything is possible!
- Scheepjes Stone Washed XL / River Washed XL (70% Cotton, 30% Acrylic; 15g/22.5m)
- Yarn A: Colour Pack (50 x 15g balls) or 15g of Stone Washed XL/ River Washed XL per motif in your preferred colours
- Scheepjes Stone Washed XL (70% Cotton, 30% Acrylic; 15g/22.5m)
- Yarn B: 841 Moon Stone x 9 balls
- 6mm crochet hook
The pattern for the Memory Throw, designed by Nerissa Muijs, is featured in YARN - The After Party 81. This issue of YARN - The After Party is available as a printed booklet in English (UK), Dutch, German and Swedish via Scheepjes retailers, or as a digital download via Ravelry in these languages plus English (US), French and Spanish.
Unfortunately, there is an error in the printed version of this pattern. The errata is available here. Digital copies will be updated via Ravelry.
About the designer
Although calling the Netherlands home, Australian-born Nerissa grew up on a farm in South Australia. Sheep and wool are in her DNA! Taught to knit and spin by her grandmother as a small child (using their own wool, of course), she basically learnt to crochet by osmosis.
Scheepjes Blogger Nerissa loves the adventure crochet (and inevitably knitting) has taken her on, and finds enormous satisfaction bringing something to life with nothing more than a hook or needle in her hand, and a humble ball of yarn.Read all about Nerissa's yarn adventures at missneriss.com.