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Cherry Blossom Throw

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At 36" by 42", this small throw makes a perfect lap blanket or baby blanket. It would also be striking on display as a wall hanging. Wherever it ends up in your home, it is sure to be admired. This throw uses delectable Madeline Tosh Vintage alongside sumptuous Malabrigo Finito, both high-quality yarns that are a pleasure to work with. Yarn: - Madeline Tosh Vintage in Leopard (6 skeins, 110 g/200 yds ea.) - Malabrigo Finito in Paloma and Black (1 in ea. col., 50 g/200 yds ea.) - Small amount of lightweight fuchsia/pink yarn to attach cherry blossoms Hooks - 8 mm, 4 mm, & 5 mm crochet hooks (or sizes needed to obtain gauge). Gauge - For blanket: with 8 mm hook, 6 "star" clusters = 4" (to test gauge for blanket, sc a multiple of 2 sts + 1 st for swatch) - For cherry blossoms: with 4 mm hook, 1 blossom = approx. 1" across Measurements - Approximate size of finished blanket: 36" x 42". BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY read pattern sc, dc, and tr making clusters GAUGE Gauge - For blanket: with 8 mm hook, 6 "star" clusters = 4" (to test gauge for blanket, sc a multiple of 2 sts + 1 st for swatch) - For cherry blossoms: with 4 mm hook, 1 blossom = approx. 1" across SUGGESTED YARN 1200 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Madeline Tosh Vintage COLORWAY Leopard

Recommended with this pattern

  • 8, 5, 4 mm hooks (or size required to obtain gauge)
  • sewing needle

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