What's your Mia Chevron blanket?

May 08 2015 – thisisknit

This is ours, and it's given us an idea for a give-away! It's the adorable Chevron Baby Blanket made in lovely Debbie Bliss Mia. The pattern's a free download on Ravelry, and it's the easiest knit. It takes just five balls of yarn and it's one of our customers' most popular choices for new babies. There's a wonderful twenty two colours in the Mia range, and so many possible combinations. Which would you choose? Let us know, and you can win the yarn to make it! From now until midnight on Sunday May 17th, tell us in the comments section below what colours you'd use in your five-ball blanket, using the colour names from our online shop page. On Monday May 18th we'll draw a lucky winner at random, so you could be making your custom-coloured blanket in no time at all! Gentle pastels or vibrant primaries? Funky or subtle? We can't wait to see!



  • Eithne: September 16, 2020

    I’d go with buttermilk (19), corn (14), peach (12), ruby (9). Possibilities seem endless!

  • Kelly: September 16, 2020

    So many possibilities. These are today’s colours, ask me tomorrow and it could be a whole different palette.

    White, marine, robins egg blue, lt pink and corn.

  • Nancy: September 16, 2020

    I love these colors together: Aqua, Citrus, Peach, Petal and Silver! They look fun together.

  • Monica: September 16, 2020

    Silver, Marine, Fuchsia, Mauve & White. A recipe for a
    luxurious baby blanket-I like it!

  • Mary: September 16, 2020

    My colours are Mauve, Buttermilk, Leaf and Corn. I think these would blend well together and create a lovely blanket.

  • Fiona: September 16, 2020

    Stone, Silver, Ecru, Robin Egg and Corn

  • AMANDA BEAN: September 16, 2020

    buttermilk, citrus, rose, aqua, and fushia

  • Amanda: September 16, 2020

    leaf, silver, white, aqua and marine

  • Ann Hannigan Breen: September 16, 2020

    No more babies or grandbabies, so I want this to put over my knees on cold winter evenings. Fuchsia, ruby, petal, light pink and rose.

  • Jenniebean: September 16, 2020

    I think the primary colours work well for a baby blanket (especially when you don’t know the sex!) so I’d go with red, yellow, light green, baby blue, a darker blue.

  • Fiadhnat McGrath: September 16, 2020

    Lovely colours. I would try ruby, rose, petal, light pink and cinnamon. I think they would blend well together.

  • Jenny: September 16, 2020

    Stone, leaf, duck, aqua and buttermilk. Lovely natural colours that appeal to the biologist and buttermilk-drinker in me :-)

  • Debrielle Welch: September 16, 2020

    It was hard because all the colors are beautiful, but I wanted brights for a young boy so I chose leaf, sky, corn, aqua and cinnamon.

    It would be great to win because I need to make two blankets and this would be a great pattern for one of them.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  • Niamh: September 16, 2020

    I was just thinking about starting a blanket for my baby who is due in July! I think I’d go with Robin egg, aqua, mallard, buttermilk, marine.

  • Emer Hilliard: September 16, 2020

    Living in a very girly home, I would choose a selection of pastels rose, citrus, ecru, peach and duck.

  • Aisling: September 16, 2020

    Another picture-perfect sample!
    I’d go with marine, ecru, mauve, duck, and silver!

  • Bridget: September 16, 2020

    Ecru, Duck, Mauve, Fuchsia,Sky

  • Myfanwy: September 16, 2020

    For me it’s buttermilk, corn, citrus, ecru and white. Lovely!

  • Kirsten: September 16, 2020

    White, fuchsia, citrus, Aqua and peach – yay summer! 😊

  • Paula Fallon: September 16, 2020

    So hard to choose! I picked Ecru, Robin Egg, Duck, Aqua and Marine.

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