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The Alissa throw is an easy crochet blanket throw and is the perfect project to pick if you want to have a weekend crochet marathon. If you are ready to get started scroll on down to find one of the easiest crochet blanket throw patterns!
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An Easy Crochet Blanket Pattern!
This easy crochet blanket pattern involves repeats along with some simple stitches to make for an easy quick and easy crochet throw! After your weekend crochetathon you will have a comfy and pretty stylish looking throw to snuggle up in! You’ll love it. Promise!
The Yarn that makes this blanket awesome!
For this throw I went with a self striping neutral yarn mostly because I feel in love the with the colorway Linen Stripe from Red Hearts Soft Essentials line last time I was shopping. This yarn was hard to find for sure and took me longer than I wanted to finish it because I didn’t buy enough the first time. So remember ladies and gentleman buy at least 4 skeins if you want to make this blanket in the size I have listed below.
USES ONLY 2 EASY STITCHES!
This easy throw pattern only uses 2 easy stitches the single crochet (sc) and double crochet (dc). If you are a beginner to crochet this would be a good blanket to start with if you want something a bit challenging. It is not overly hard but will challenge you if you are new which is always a good thing in my book. Ready to get started on this fast crochet throw? Yay! I hope you like it!
GET THE LOW COST PDF
I also wanted to mention that you can grab the PDF version of the Alissa Throw in my shop Yarn Mamas. It includes instructions, pictures and a stitch chart. Click Here to get it for a low price of $3.
EASY CROCHET THROW
Red Heart Soft Essentials in Linen Stripe (4) skeins or approx 440 yards of bulky (5) yarn.
ch = chain
st = stitch
dc = double crochet
sk = skip
sc = single crochet
Written in Standard US Terms
Turn at the end of each row
Gauge is 5 sc’s for ever 2″ and dc 3 times in next st,* sk 2 st’s, dc 3 times in next st for every 2″
Finished size is approximately a 36″ height by a 28″ width
To change the size use a multiple of 3 +5
FOUNDATION: Ch 74
ROW 1: in 2nd ch from the hook sc, sc in each st across. (73)
ROW 2: ch 3, in 1 st make a dc, *sk 2 st’s, dc 3 times in next st, repeat from* across ending with 3 st’s, skip 2 and 2 dc’s in the last st. (73) (The turning chains count as stitches in these rows)
ROW 3: ch 1, in first st make a sc, sc in each st across, end witha sc in last st. (73)
ROW 4: ch 3, in 1 st make a dc, *sk 2 st’s, dc 3 times in next st, repeat from* across ending with 3 st’s, skip 2 and 2 dc in the last st. (73) (The turning chains count as stitches in these rows)
ROWS 5-60: repeat rows 3&4
ROW 61: repeat row 3
FINISHING: fasten off yarn and weave in loose ends throughout with a yarn needle.
That’s it! The Alissa Easy Crochet Throw is done!
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