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If you’re looking for a quick and easy crochet project for the weekend. Then you need to check out this super simple pattern for making the Elizabeth crochet throw!
Some friends of ours are celebrating the wedding of their daughter later this month. I knew I wanted to make something cozy for the couple’s new home and I thought, “What’s better than a blanket to curl under?”. This is how the Elizabeth throw was born!
If you are new here then you might have missed my video tutorial post where I taught you how to do the crochet moss stitch.
CHECK OUT THAT VIDEO BELOW!
Once you watch that video you will be ready to make this throw!
WHAT I USED:
- 11 skeins of YarnBee yarns Denim in Color “olive” from HobbyLobby
- size N hook
- tapestry needle
Like I said this pattern is SUPER simple! Depending on how quickly you crochet, you will be able to create this over a weekend easily.
This pattern is written in U.S crochet terms.
Row 1 – In the 4th CH from the hook, you will add a SC. Then you will continue along the completing the moss stitch (REFER TO VIDEO LINK ABOVE)
Rows 2 – 58: are the moss stitch working each row.
Rows 59 – 60: are the moss stitch using a HDC instead of a SC stitch
Rows 61 – 119: are the moss stitch working each row.
Rows 120 – 121: are the moss stitch using a HDC instead of a SC stitch
Rows 122 – 178: are the moss stitch working each row.
After the last row (178) you will then tie off and weave in your ends! At this point you can add a border if you desired or you could add large pompoms or tassels on each corner. Or, you could leave it just like it is!
As you can see, this is an easy pattern, but it still produces a LOVELY product! Want to make a larger or smaller version?
Check out my free blanket size printable down below!