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Crochet Corner to Corner Throw

Make your living space come alive with this vibrant blue throw! This corner-to-corner crochet blanket features diagonal stripes and is perfect for intermediate crocheters. Work one up in the color of your room, or choose a simple neutral shade. Add some warmth to your home with this cozy crochet pattern.

Crochet Corner to Corner Throw

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Diagonal Diamonds Woven Throw Crochet Pattern

"This beautiful throw features a stunning diagonal basket weave fabric that’s perfect for any space in your home. The all-over pattern gives it an understated, modern vibe and the raised stitching makes it both visually interesting and extra cozy. Your new blanket will be durable, soft and machine washable! Materials: US Size K, 6.5 mm crochet hook 7 Lion Brand Yarn Color Made Easy in Shade (200 g/skein) Kit available HERE in multiple color options (Shade color will be back in stock soon as of Feb 13, 2020) Pattern uses approximately 1,300 g of yarn Scissors Tapestry needle Skill Level: Easy + Size: Lapghan Size approximately 35” x 45” Enjoy! "Diagonal Diamonds Woven Throw Crochet Pattern

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Diagonal Ripple Lapghan Free Crochet Pattern

"For the Diagonal Ripple Lapghan, I modified the Diagonal Chevrons Lapghan pattern to create a different chevron or ripple look. Many crocheters love working the classic crochet ripple pattern in BLO to create a neat ridge effect so I gave it a whirl when working on the bias. If you love to work crochet blankets from corner-to-corner (also known as working on-the-bias) and you love crochet chevrons, then you will really enjoy this lapghan pattern."Diagonal Ripple Lapghan Free Crochet Pattern

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Neutral Plaid Blanket

Working one column at a time and sewing each column side by side, you can easily come up with this Neutral Plaid Blanket. This is a beginner crochet pattern that will satisfy your crochet craving. The diagram shows how the colors should be sewn together; there are 12 black rectangles, 17 tan rectangles and six white rectangles. Half double crochet is used throughout the crochet design, so you can work it up quickly. When you already know how to crochet a blanket, this will come to you very easily. The plaid pattern will bring a little pep to your home decor, while the neutral colors will match just about any room.

Neutral Plaid Blanket

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Corner to Corner Ombre Blanket

Spellbinding, colorful, and warm, the Corner to Corner Ombre Blanket is the perfect project for crocheters who would like to try something new. Using yarn in an assortment of colors, this crochet blanket pattern results in a throw that will add some vibrant hues to almost any room in your home. The beautiful design includes a bold border, giving the finished blanket a crisp look. Are you looking for a great gift idea for a bridal shower or housewarming party? Then you'll want to keep this pattern at the top of your list. Just keep in mind this crochet pattern is at the intermediate level.Corner to Corner Ombre Blanket

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