These are two baby blankets made using the same materials but on different looms. They both use Inca Cloud Lemon Alpaca for the main body and the cream contrast is 50% British Falkland Merino and 50% Tencel.
This one is made using the Magic Butterfly Loom. I wrapped one row per square and made 6 squares. I joined the squares using the braid joining method. As this is for a baby I thought the open weave might be too lacy for little fingers to get wrapped in, so I decided to put a backing on it. I edged a piece of lemon flannelette with blanket ribbon and attached it to the back. I braided one short edge to make the top of the blanket and trimmed the other 3 edges to create a fringe. Where the squares meet I needed to put a few extra fringes in.
This one is make using a Peg Loom, I used single thread and used the fine pegs. As the peg looms leaves you with tassels at each end I cut the one end short and then cut a piece of flannelette and blanket stitched this along the top to make a nice smooth edge. I then added extra fringing to the bottom edge to finish this off.
The colours haven’t come out very well on my photos but these are lovely pale yellow.
Butterfly Looms and Peg Looms are available from my website Croft Looms.