The Locke Throw
Who doesn't love the feeling of curling up with a cup of coffee or tea during a chilly morning? Add a book and this beautiful throw to complete the scene, and you will be all set. This Golden Waves Throw Free Crochet Pattern is intricate and sophisticated. It is amazingly reversible, looking the same on both sides. It's easy to customize. To make a wider throw, add more chains to the beginning chain for each additional column of “waves” desired. Similarly, to make a narrower throw, subtract chains from the beginning chain. You can use use any color you want for this throw. You'll love the cushy coziness of this one color throw. Thanks Marianne Forrestal from Red Heart for sharing the wonderful free crochet pattern.The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
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This is a large throw/afghan that is made using the multi-sequence color pooling technique. Then a beautiful solid color border is added to really frame the beautiful argyle look of the throw. I love the soft shades of this super saver colorway combined with the matching solids. Once you get the hang of pooling and set up the number of color sequence repeats you want for the throw this blanket works up rather quickly. Choose any variegated pooling yarn and a coordinating solid and make a throw for yourself.
From the blogger: Crochet a cozy cotton throw for the summer time with this easy pattern! This beautiful crochet throw would look cute in any room of the house or use it as a cover up during those chilly summer nights. The cozy cotton throw is made using a simple one stitch repeat and can be made in a day. Grab your favorite soft cotton yarn or any other worsted weight yarn and get ready to make this crochet throw. It's sure to become a family favorite!
"Create your own stylish sofa / lounge throw with the free Marian Bay Throw Pattern. Made with chunky/bulky weight yarn, and 6.5mm hook this pattern works up quickly while watching a couple of your favourite movies. Suitable for beginners, this throw is made using a combination of double and treble crochet stitches to create a raised textured effect similar to the alpine stitch and a sensual feel to the hand. Made in solids, with stripes or colour changing yarn, this pattern looks fabulous every time."
This throw is the ideal accessory to snuggle up under with a cup of tea and a book. It is a wonderful project to add that extra cosy factor to a new home. The throw is worked flat with bobbles on RS. Bobbles repeated every 2,4,6,8,12 and 24 stitches for the width of the throw constitute one section. Three sections in blue are followed by three sections in pink and three sections in blue. The throw has a border of one row of sc. Fringe in pink is added through each edge st along the width of the throw.