The Banksia Border is created by alternating solid and lacy sections to resemble Banksia flowers. Framed on either side by a band of back post stitches, it would make a great addition to any blanket. You can also use it to ‘grow’ individual squares.
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The Banksia Shawl was designed for the February 2016 yarn retreat with Devon Sun Yarns. It is a delicate, lacy shawl with floral detail.
In Part 9 of the Scheepjes Ubuntu CAL 2018, we will be making pretty little flowers to go around our Banksia Border.
Welcome to Part 8 of the Scheepjes Ubuntu CAL 2018. This week, we will be adding the Banksia Border to our hexagons.
Today is another ‘Look At What I Made’ moment. I finished this little baby blanket more than six months ago and I love it dearly. It is made using Shelley Husband’s Flowers Abound squares and my Banksia Border.
I am pleased to feature my very first ‘Look at what I made!’ moment – the gorgeous Emma blanket Hazel Raven made using my Emma Square pattern.
This week is the last week of the Scheepjes Ubuntu CAL 2018. It has been the most wonderful journey. Thank you for joining me!
I’m so excited to share my Rainbow Ubuntu blanket with you. Made with the yarn from the Medium kit, it has a completely different (and really quite joyous) feel.
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This Emma Square was designed for the June 2017 Devon Sun Yarns Retreat and named after a very courageous friend of mine. It is easy to memorise once you have made a few and is small enough to use with scraps of 10g.