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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I am very excited to share my Banksia Baby Blanket with you. It is constructed using a simple three-round repeat. The border adds contrast’ both in colour and in texture.
The Whipsiderry Border is lacy with a touch of surface texture.
In preparation for sharing the pattern with you next week, I am sharing some photos of how the Banksia Blanket turned out. I love it!
This blanket has racked up so many memory-points. Simple and graceful, it tells the story of many sea-side visits and personal triumphs.
Gorgeous oceanic colours and a simple stitch repeat followed by a frothy border… allow me to introduce the yarns for my Banksia Blanket.
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.