Chunky, textured, and oh-so warm, The Fireside Throw is aptly named because it's the coziest blanket to snuggle up in on a cold evening by a roaring fire. A beginner-friendly pattern, it's a real delight to crochet
This crochet fireside throw blanket will look so beautiful this fall. The colors remind me of an autumn sunset or a warm fire burning in the fireplace. I love to use crochet items that are useful to help bring the colors of the season into my home decor. Have you ever stood in the yarn store or in your yarn stash and let your yarn tell you what your next project will be? I do that often. Sometimes, I will have a project that I plan on doing; look through my yarn stash, and end up making something completely different. Seems crazy, right? At times, when digging through the yarn, a color combination will jump out at me and gives me inspiration. This blanket is made using the block stitch that has been slightly modified. In the past, when I have crocheted the block stitch, alternating the yarn colors every other row left a ton of yarn ends to be weaved in. Therefore, while I love the look of the block stitch, the sewing in of the yarn ends made me veer away from this beautiful stitch. Carry the Yarn up the Side of the Blanket! Yup, no more weaving in tons of yarn with each color change. It was not easy to figure out.
"Snuggle up by the fireside with the Chunky Sablé Throw! This modern textured blanket is the perfect winter crochet project! Cosy, chunky and topped off with tassels, the Sablé Blanket has 13 different sizes ranging from lovey to baby blanket and all the way to a King bed blanket if you want a humongous throw! The sample in the photos is the lapghan size which is perfect for snuggling on the couch or as a gift to a loved one! You can also add chunky yarn tassels for a touch of whimsy or leave them off for a streamlined look :) It's completely up to you! This pattern is also accompanied by a stitch video tutorial. "
This latte delight crochet blanket pattern is full of texture as it uses the Alpine stitch to achieve this lovely feel. Pairing this crochet stitch with the self-striping yarn makes this pattern a fun project. The Alpine crochet stitch is a beautiful combination of the double crochet stitch and front post double crochet. This texture can be used for blankets for adults, baby blankets, lap afghans, hats, shawls, and scarves.
The blanket has a beautiful color. It looks very impressive and elegant. The Cloverhill Cable Blanket Crochet Pattern has a design with dense cables that interlock seamlessly across the surface. Each saxon cable connects to its neighbor but also has separate shape and curvature. The bulky yarn used to make this blanket generates a heavy, warm result that is a perfect companion to a roaring fire and a hot chocolate. A stitch diagram and video tutorials of the cable stitches used are included in this link below. This is a paid pattern, The link for the pattern is provided below the photo. Happy crocheting.
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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.