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Fall Fantasy Crochet Throw Pattern


Let's get ready for Autumn with this super easy crochet throw! I grow tired of the really hot weather we've been having this Summer so I've decided that I'm going to tell Mother Nature that I'm ready for Fall!


I used a 5mm crochet hook for this project with the following shades of Red Heart Yarns: Burgundy, Guava, Carrot, Lemon, and Buff. About 400 yards of each should be enough to yield a basic throw.

Easy double crochet stitches and arches in simple rows of beautiful Autumn colors make this blanket very ready for Fall!!






DETAILS:
Size- 36 1/2" x 46 1/2"
Level- Beginner/Intermediate
Gauge- 1"
Multiple: 6 + 5

PATTERN:
ch 113

1) dc in 4th ch from hook and across

2) ch 3, turn, 3 dc-cluster in next dc, *ch 3, sk next 2 dc, sc in next dc, ch 3, sk next 2 dc, 3dc cluster in next dc, repeat to end; dc in tch

3) ch 1, sc in 1st dc and next 3dc-cluster, *sc in next ch3-sp, ch 4, sc in next ch3-sp and in next 3dc-cluster, repeat to last 3dc-cluster; sc in 3dc-cluster & tch




4) ch 3, turn, dc in next 2 sc, *3 dc in ch4-sp, dc in next 3 sc, repeat across; change color with last stitch

5) ch 3, dc in each dc across

Repeat rows 2 through 5 to desired length

Border: hdc around evenly in remainder yarn



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Comments

  1. Beautiful! I am going to try this one after I finish what I am working on.

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  2. This is beautiful!! Maybe I'm missing it, but what size hook do you use?

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  3. This pattern is awesome. Hope to try it in the future. I'm new to the group.

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  4. Love your patterns but I need to know what is the Multiple please?

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  5. Simply awesome! I love this pattern and can see it in so many different color combinations. Thank you so very much!

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  6. Love this pattern; thank you so much for sharing it! :)

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  7. I am making this afghan right now and it is so pretty already! It works up so quickly too.

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