Crochet Throw Pattern- Perfect for Fall!
Get ready to cozy up in style this Fall with our free and easy crochet throw pattern! This delightful project combines the warmth of super chunky Bernat Blanket Chenille yarn with a beginner-friendly lacy design.
This simple crochet throw is designed using only double crochet stitches and chain stitches, making it the perfect choice for both novice and experienced crocheters alike. The stitch pattern grows quickly and is a one-row repeat that anyone can master in no time.
The chunky chenille yarn adds character to your throw without much effort. With its soft and inviting texture, this throw will add a touch of elegance to your autumn decor while keeping you snug and warm on those crisp, chilly evenings.
Whether you’re draping it over your favorite reading chair or adorning your bed, this crochet throw will infuse your space with the cozy charm of Fall. So, grab your crochet hook, pick your favorite fall colors, and create a piece that will make a beautiful addition to your home. Embrace the season with this charming crochet project!
Easy Crochet Throw Pattern
1. Bernat Blanket yarn in color Dark Teal. It is a size 6 super chunky chenille yarn.
2. An N/P (10mm) crochet hook
3. Tapestry needle to weave in the ends.
4. A 5-1/2″ wide book or a 5-3/4″ wide piece of thick cardboard for making the tassels.
Finished Size of Crochet Throw
40″ wide and 55″ long without including the tassels. Tassels will add another 10″ to the total length.
3 skeins of Bernat Blanket yarn or 660 yards of any other yarn of the same gauge.
The pattern is written in US terms.
dc: double crochet
4 dc alternating with 4 chs= 4-1/2″
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Free Crochet Throw Pattern
1. The pattern requires you to place 2 markers in the turning ch so you can easily identify where to work your last 2 sts of the next row. This may not be needed if you are an experienced crocheter.
2. To join a new skein of yarn while working a dc st, start the dc st as usual and when you have 2 loops left on your hook, YO and pull through the new skein.
Ch 75 to start. You can chain any multiple of 2+3 to adjust the width of your crochet throw pattern.
Row 1: 1 dc in the 6th ch from hook (4 of the skipped chs count as a dc and ch-1). If you are a beginner and have trouble counting the turning chains, place a marker in each of the 2 chs right before this dc. * (ch 1, sk next ch, 1 dc in next ch), repeat from * to last ch, 1 dc in last ch. So at the end, you have 2 dc sts close together with no ch in between them. (37 dc including the turning ch)
Row 2: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and ch 1), sk first 2 dc, 1 dc in next ch-1 space, place a marker in each of the 2 chs right before this dc, ch 1, *(sk next dc, 1 dc in next ch-1 space, ch 1) repeat from * until 1 dc and turning ch is left, sk the next dc, 1 dc in the next 2 chs of the turning ch(the marked chs). (37 dc including the turning ch)
Repeat Row 2 until your crochet throw is 55″ long. Your blanket will be around 46″ wide when you have completed only a few rows but will progressively shrink to 40″ in width under the weight of the fabric.
How to Make Tassels for Your Throw Crochet Pattern
Take a small book approximately 5-1/2 inches wide or a thick piece of cardboard 5-3/4″ wide. Wind yarn around the book or cardboard multiple times. Cut along one side to get multiple strands of the same length.
Take one strand, fold at the middle of the strand, pull through the edge of the blanket to form a loop, grab the 2 ends with your hook, and pull through the loop. Now tug gently to tighten the loop.
Take care not to add too many tassels or your blanket will widen out at the edges. Add just enough to cover the edge. I added 1 tassel at the base of each dc st and 2 tassels into each ch-1. Do not add tassels into the chain spaces but into the chains themselves.
Finishing the Throw Crochet Pattern
Weave in any tails left to complete your lovely free crochet throw pattern for fall.
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