There is nothing as cosy and comfortable as a beautiful handmade blanket.
As I moved to Cornwall, my spiritual home, last year I have felt more comfortable as each week has passed.
I am inspired by the beautiful landscape, both the woodlands and the coastal areas, there is a ruggedness to the moors around Bodmin and the north coast that really makes me feel at one with nature and I tried to reflect that in this design.
This is just a little collage of the beautiful area I live in.
Cornish Comfort is full of rich texture with a wonderful mixture of both simple and more complex stitches.
If you are visiting the Knitting and Stitching show in London this year  you will find the yarn packs on the Stylecraft stand, including a voucher code to download the pattern from Ravelry.
Cornish Comfort is also my featured design as a Stylecraft Blogstar this year and you will be able to join many people in the new Stylecraft MAL (make a long) group on Facebook, and of course in my own Facebook group Helen’s Hookaholics.
Stylecraft Special Dk 4mm hook.
Total yarn used: 3850m/4200yds approx.
Finished size: 150 cm/59 inches.
For a larger blanket using Aran/Worsted weight yarn and a 5mm hook you will need approx. 20% more yarn.
There are two yarn packs available in my Deramores store.
Here is a list of the colours used per round for both yarn packs.
Cornish Comfort colours per round downloadable pdf
Cornish Comfort Coastal
A glorious blend of coastal colours the Coastal yarn pack includes 16 100g balls of Stylecraft Special dk:
Cream x 4, Mocha x 3, Petrol x 3, Turquoise x 3, Sherbet x 3
photo courtesy of Stylecraft Yarns
Cornish Comfort is available as a paid pdf download in
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Here are some of the gorgeous Cornish Comfort blankets made by my amazing testing team.
For all the information on the yarn and colours they used please click on their Ravelry page links.
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