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Trillian

English below ↓

Trillian-rutan kom till när jag satt med mitt 109-pack av Scheepjes Catona 10 g och tänkte att jag ville göra något stort av alla dessa små söta nystan. Grundtanken var en traditionell mormorsrutefilt fast med en twist, något lite extra. Trillian-rutans mönster gör att när de sammanfogas (sys eller virkas ihop) bildas ett vackert mönster mellan rutorna. Detta framhävs extra mycket om de två sista varven virkas i samma färg på alla rutor.

Trillan-rutan kan användas till mycket mer än just en filt, så som kuddfodral, väska/kasse, poncho, sjal osv beroende på vilket garn du använder. Om du virkar en filt blir Trillan-kanten ett fint avslut. Kanten är designad så att den passar oavsett hur många rutor du gjort, så det behöver du inte tänka på.

Min Trillian-filt består av 20 rutor plus Trillian-kanten, måtten är ca 130 x 100 cm, vilket passar bra till en filt att kura under, eller dekorera med i soffan. Totalt använde jag 60​ st Scheepjes Catona 10 g i olika färger och 5​ st Scheepjes Catona 50 g i färg 393.
Du kan också välja ut en färgkombination i färgguiden och använda Catona 50 g för att göra 20 rutor i samma färger.

Om du vill göra en Trillian-filt så som min, finns detaljerad information om garn, färger, färgdistribution, virkfasthet och nålstorlek i mönstret och i färgguiden nedan.

The Trillian design came to me when I was admiring my  109-pack of Scheepjes Catona 10 g and I wanted to make something big out of these small cuties. My Intension was to make a classic granny blanket but with a twist, a little something extra. The design of this square gives you a beuatiful pattern between the squares when they are joined together (sewn or crocheted). This effect is extra visual if you make the last two rows with the same colour on all squares.

The Trillan square can be used for a lot of projects, such as cushion covers, bags, ponchos, shawls etc depending on which yarn you use. If you make a blanket, the Trillan border gives it a nice finish. The borders design makes it suitable to any amount of squares, so you don’t have to think about that.

My Trillian blanket is made of 20 squares plus the Trillian border and it measures about 130 x 100 cm, which is a good size for a “sofa blanket” och as a decorative blanket. In total I used 60 Scheepjes Catona 10 mg in different colours and 5 Scheepjes Catona 50 g in colour 393.
You can also pick one of the colour combinations in the colour guide and use Catona 50 g to make 20 squares in the same colours.

If you like to make a Trillian blanket the same as I did, there is detailed information about yarn, colours, colour distribution, gauge and hook size in the pattern and colour guide available below.

Mönster / Pattern

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Svenska: Ruta Trillian  ♥­  Färgguide  ♥  Kanten Trillian
English (US terms): Trillian Square  ♥  Colour Guide  ♥  Trillian Border
German: Trillian Quadrat  ♥  Farbenguide  ♥  Umrandung Trillian
Spanish: Cuadrado Trillian ♥ Manta Trillian guía de color ♥ Trillian – Borde

Jag lägger ner mycket tid och kärlek både på att arbeta fram och skriva mina mönster, så om du använder mina mönster och lägger ut på sociala medier önskar jag att du länkar eller hänvisar till min blogg http://www.mijocrochet.wordpress.com samt använder #mijocrochet och #trilliansquare #trillianblanket ❤ Mönstret får endast användas för privat bruk, copyright Mijo Crochet.

I spend alot of time and love when creating and writing down my patterns, so please, if you use my patterns and post pictures in social medias link or refer to my blog http://www.mijocrochet.wordpress.com and use #mijocrochet and #trilliansquare #trillianblanket ❤ This pattern is for personal use only, copyright Mijo Crochet.


 

10 thoughts on “Trillian

  1. I would greatly appreciate the instructions of how the squares were joined in English please… anyone please…this is so beautifully joined and I’m new crocheted and I’m trying to make my great grand daughter a special throw for her birthday in November… I have made most of the squares, but I am at a loss for how to join. I think this looks just what I want.

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    1. As I describe in the end of the pattern you can just sew the squares together. For example with whip stitches. I joined mine with slip stitches in the back loops only. You can find many tutorials and videos how to do this if you google join grannysquare with slip stitches 🙂 I hope this helps,
      Johanna

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      1. Oh yes I am aware of the many ways to join..but not only are the squares appealing but the way the squares were joined.
        It would be quite lovely to have the instructions in English.

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