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Chevron Flare Blanket

I’m seriously falling in love with chevron again, but the texture in this Chevron Flare blanket is what is really doing it. Note that this is a FREE crochet pattern complete with a sizing guide for Baby blanket (30” L x 24” W) up to King (76” W x 80” L), yarn amount suggestions, and convenient pdf for your personal stash. You will want to make this time and time again. Not only is the chevron visually appealing, but this texture is to die for. With this texture, a neutral, solid color throw would be divine.

Chevron Flare Blanket

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Golden Waves Throw Free Crochet Pattern

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.Golden Waves Throw Free Crochet Pattern

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Golden Waves Throw

Crochet Fireside Throw Blanket

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.Crochet Fireside Throw Blanket

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Divine Diamonds Throw Blanket

Do you like to chose your own adventure? With the Divine Diamonds Throw you can do just that. Modeled after quilts, this pattern is is fun, easy to pick up and put back down, and can be a great stashbuster or a very classic looking throw. It’s up to you, you get to decide how you make this. You may sell all finished products made from this pattern; however you may not share, sell, or distribute this pattern in any way, in whole or in part. I would greatly appreciate a link back to my shop or this pattern anytime you sell this item online.Divine Diamonds Throw Blanket

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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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Falling Petals Afghan

Do you love texture in your crochet blankets? Then you will absolutely love this afghan with a 3d stitch. I named it Falling Petals afghan since the stitch looks like petals are falling in a line. The stitch is a variation of the shell stitch and is easy to work up. I used 3 colors for this afghan but I think it will be gorgeous in a single color with some tassels attached to the end as well. Try it and make it your own.Falling Petals Afghan

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