HEDVIG – Floral Crochet Throw. (English)

kr79.20

We love this blanket so much! It’s usually in the back of our 1969 WV “Beetle” that we only drive from spring to early fall and is perfect to wrap ourselves in, when it gets too cold on the road (our heating system in the car doesn’t work).

This is the perfect blanket to crochet using your leftover yarns and personally, we think it will work best in a nice wool, merino or alpaca fiber, preferably a DK yarn, but it will also work in other weights and materials if you prefer. The only limit is your imagination!

A lot of people have requested this pattern since they saw the throw for the first time in this Live Stream (fast forward to 11:05) and we are delighted that we also have been able to feature it in one of our very popular podcasts, which you can find on our YouTube Channel.

This written pattern is enhanced with clear and easy-to-read illustrated charts, which will show you exactly how to crochet the flowers and half-flowers and how to join them together. So, when you purchase this pattern, you get both the written instructions and illustrated charts. ENJOY!

Tips for printing this pattern: Because of the number of detailed charts the file is very large and some printers will struggle due to lack of memory. We recommend you only print the pages with text first (from page x to x) and then print the pages which contain charts one by one.

 

Description


Suggested Yarn:
Any DK yarn, such as Schachenmayr Merino Extra Fine 120, Rowan Alpaca Soft DK.

Crochet Hook Size: 3.5 mm / U.S. size E-4

Yarn colours and amounts: This project is perfect for leftover yarn! You will need four colours for each flower and a fifth colour for the background. Personalise your throw by choosing your own selection of colours! The pattern contains detailed information on quantities of yarn per 10 flowers as well as information on quantities needed for the background colour for the size of our throw.

Yardage: approximately 4080 metres (4460 yards)

Sizes Available: One size.

Level of difficulty: Intermediate

Pattern Language: English and Norwegian

Check out our Podcast on our YouTube Channel.

 

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