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No Beginning Chain Basket Throw

Work up something new with this No Beginning Chain Basket Throw. Even though it uses bulky yarn, it's light for summer because of the chainless crochet. I bet this is one of the easy crochet blanket patterns that you've never tried before, because it's not like the rest of them. You don't start off with a typical chain stitch- you actually do the opposite! Find out what it means to make a crochet blanket with no beginning by following this tutorial.

No Beginning Chain Basket Throw

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Lacy Chainless Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

This Lacy Chainless Blanket is such an easy and unique way to stay warm during any season. Try something new by learning how to crochet a blanket that doesn't start with typical chain stitches. In essence, this crochet blanket has no beginning, or at least not one that you're used to. Work this up in five different sizes that range from extra small to extra large so that everyone in your family can enjoy it.Lacy Chainless Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

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Modern Baroque Design Crochet Throw

Easily create this Modern Baroque Design Crochet Throw. Pair the intricate yarn colors with a textured crochet stitch for a beautiful ornate looking throw. If you love modern baroque interior designs and style, this blanket will fit in your home decor nicely. This crochet blanket pattern will be a treasured heirloom for years to come. Use two versions of the v stitch to achieve a beautiful look and feel. This pattern is a four-row repeat to create the luxurious crochet pattern. Each row is starts with a Chainless starting stitch. For instance, use the Chainless Double Crochet rather than a Chain 3. Use the Chainless Single Crochet rather than a Chain 1. Use Stitch Markers after each four-row repeat. This will help be able to tell what row pattern you are on when you pick your work back up. Special Stitches Used V Stitch: (DC, CH 1, DC) into the same stitch 2 DC – V Stitch: (2 DC, CH 1, 2 DC) into the same stitch.Modern Baroque Design Crochet Throw

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Glorious Springtime Blanket Crochet Pattern

"The glorious springtime blanket is another version of the new springtime soft shells crochet blanket pattern. Change up the crochet edge to create a completely different look. This pattern also uses two versions of the v stitch to achieve a beautiful look and feel. This pattern is a four-row repeat to create the luxurious crochet pattern.Each row is starts with a Chainless starting stitch. For instance, use the Chainless Double Crochet rather than a Chain 3. Use the Chainless Single Crochet rather than a Chain 1.The foundational row uses the No Chain Double Crochet rather than a chain of stitches and row of double crochet. For your convenience, here is a video on the No Chain Double Crochet Stitch. Use Stitch Markers after each four-row repeat. This will help be able to tell what row pattern you are on when you pick your work back up. There are video tutorials to help with the entire crochet pattern."Glorious Springtime Blanket Crochet Pattern

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In a Jiffy Crochet Throw

The In a Jiffy Crochet Throw is something you can actually work up in a short amount of time because it uses super bulky yarn. Use any color you want for this decorative and warm crochet throw pattern. Blankets are things that everyone loves and uses constantly, especially if you love sitting on the couch with a book or a cup of coffee. Wintertime seems fast approaching every year, so there's no excuse for you not to take just a small amount of time our of your day for this fun crochet afghan!In a Jiffy Crochet Throw

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Jagged Scrap Yarn Afghan

For this project you will need: HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US YARN: All the scrap yarn colors were worsted weight yarn 4 ply US, 10 ply AU Also the Off white color I used in between as well. I was able to get 10 rows of Off white before I had to change to a new skein. I used 2 and a 1/2 skeins of it, but I didn’t make a border. If you wish to, then I would grab a third. I didn’t want to use much of this color because it’s a scrap yarn afghan and don’t want you to have to go get more yarn. About the color pattern Since this pattern uses scrap yarn, I won’t be telling you which colors to use. I used this color wheel to help me organize my color choices. I’ve never been a fan of the mixed color of scrap yarn afghans so I decided to do mine in a more organized fashion starting with my Maroons, Reds, Oranges, Browns, Yellows, Golds, Greens, Blues, Purples, Pinks and back to the beginning of the color list. Feel free to go with what feels right to you. This Jagged Scrap yarn afghan is made using a stitch I discovered while playing around with yarn. I don’t know why all my discovered stitches mostly use two stitches to create and this one is no different. Lol. But other than the butterfly stitch this one is surely the most easiest one to recreate! Let me take you step by step on how to make this stitch so you can use it in making your own scrap yarn afghan to use up some of your left over wool.Jagged Scrap Yarn Afghan

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