Wednesday, July 11, 2018

"Wild Like The Wind" Throw Blanket

A few weeks ago, I bought this yarn, Wild Flower Winds, at Hobby Lobby on clearance sale for a $1.24 per skein (regular $3.99 per skein). Each skein has 252 yards.  I loved the color combo and decided to make a throw blanket.  I used 5 skeins.

This was a fun and easy pattern design, even for a beginner.  The finished blanket measures approximately 38" x 50".  You may use a different #4 worsted weight yarn brand, just note that the size may vary some.

"Wild Like The Wind" Throw Blanket
Size:  approximately 38" x 50"

Materials:
--6.0 mm hook
--(5) skeins of Wild Flower Winds Yarn (#4 worsted weight yarn); 252 yds/skein
--tapestry needle for weaving

U.S. Stitch Abbreviations:
Ch:  chain
Sl st:  slip stitch
St:  stitch
SC:  single crochet
HDC:  half double crochet
Sk:  skip
Rep:  repeat
FO:  fasten off

Directions:
1.  FHDC 150.  Or, Ch151.  HDC in 2nd ch and across.  Ch1 and turn.  (150)
2.  HDC across.  Ch1 and turn.  (150)
3-7. Rep #2.
8.  HDC in first st.  *Ch2, Sk 2.  HDC in next st.*  Rep across.  Ch1 and turn.
9.  HDC in first st.  *2 HDC in Ch2 space.  HDC next st.* Rep across.  Ch1 and turn.
10-78.  Rep #8 and #9.
79-85.  Rep #2.
86-88.  SC evenly around blanket.  FO and weave ends.                              
Happy Crocheting...

Legal:
--don't use/claim my design as your own
--don't use/claim my pics as your own
--okay to make and sale your finished work 
--don't share my pattern electronically or in print format (without prior consent) but provide a link to my blog

2 comments:

  1. Do you keep an email list to send updates?
    I know I can follow on G+ but I sometimes have problems getting in there...I'd love to follow you if you keep an email list...please add my email to that list if you have one.
    And thank you again for so freely sharing with us. Rest assured, I would NEVER claim your designs as my own - it really angers me when I have seen others claim patterns that I know were designed by someone else - and am not shy about letting them know it - and usually write to the designer to let her know that "so and so" has used YOUR pictures and YOUR pattern and claimed she designed.
    I have a conscience and could never steal from anyone who has so willingly shared! (or anyone for that matter!) I had a strict Christian upbringing - and thank my parents (and the Lord!) for that!

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