The Cornish Knitting Company

Tumbling Blocks Blanket Knitting Kit and Pattern

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Knit up the intriguing Tumbling Blocks Blanket by Sarah Murray in Deramores Studio Chunky to add a little bit of character to your home. Deramores Studio Chunky is a beautifully soft, 100% acrylic yarn developed with anti-pilling technology. This award-winning yarn has been designed to cope with everyday use, but also be gentle on your little one's sensitive skin. Being washing machine and tumble dryer friendly, it makes this lovely blanket easy to care for too.

Size: Finished - 85 cm x 120 cm

This kit contains: 

  • 4 x Deramores Studio Chunky - Ebony (70824)
  • 4 x Deramores Studio Chunky - Frost (70801)
  • 3 x Deramores Studio Chunky - Elephant (70811)
  • 1 x Digital Pattern

You will also require: 6mm Knitting Needles

Please note: If you would like different colour options to the specified kit colour option, you will have to purchase this separately from the individual yarn page. We would recommend purchasing a Value pack where you can get up to 10% off or call our Customer Service teams on 0845 519 4573. If outside the UK, call +44 (0) 1733 777 345 *(Lines Open: 7:30am - 5:30pm UK Time Monday - Friday) * Call charges may apply. To select your own shades and save up to 10% off.

  • Yarn weight: Chunky (12-14 Ply) Bulky (US5-6)

  • Length: 80m / 87yds

  • Needle Size: 6mm Knitting Needles

  • Ball weight: 100g / 3.5oz

  • Tension: 13 sts and 19 rows to measure 10cm x 10cm (4in x 4in) using 6mm needles over double moss stitch pattern.

  • Fibre: 100% Anti-Pilling Acrylic

  • Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern

  • Garment: Blanket

  • Pattern For: Home Accessories

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Vicki S.
United States
wonderful yarn and pattern

I made a quilt years ago in this pattern. Loved seeing it where I could make an afghan also. Needed to do a bit of research on the intarsia method, but found the info on u tube. The only thing I wish, is that this would have been explained in the instructions of the afghan. The afghan is coming along great and is going to be beautiful.