Lemonade Throw Blanket


Lemonade Throw Blanket

Lemonade Throw Blanket
Lemonade Throw Blanket

"I love to design patterns that are basic guidelines and can be customized in many ways, I call them “recipes”. This allows each crocheter to customize to their own needs and tastes. This particular blanket has a lot of opportunity for customization. The texture is strong enough to make it shine in a solid color or choose several colors for endless stripes and combinations. I made my sample as a generously sized baby receiving blanket, but this pattern can easily be adjusted to just about any size! Size: As shown, approximately 42” square"


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeMany Sizes

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The designer refers to this as a generously sized baby blanket, but it can be sized up or down. At 42 square, it also makes a wonderful lapghan. Depending on the color scheme you choose, this would be suitable for either a man or women. I love the raised texture detailing in the border, too. It gives this project a nicely structured look.

It's easy as pie. Even a beginner should be able to follow the well written instructions. I am going to do a little altering on the colors.its a gift for a friends grand baby and the color theme of the room is pink and burgundy.so that's what the colors will be.

This lemonade blanket is beautiful. The ways the colors are arranged are very pleasing to the eye. I understand the idea of recipe patterns and I love the concept. If you elected to make this larger I am sure the outcome will still the same, beautiful.

I really had to read the directions to get the understanding as to why three colors are needed. (Sometimes, I can be so slow!) I love this lemonade design. I think the border for the design will be harder to complete than the actual blanket. I love projects like this. Thanks for the free pattern.

Thank you for sharing this simple throw pattern. The center of the throw is constructed in rows with a simple stitch repeat that creates texture. The border is added in rounds with alternating bands of smooth stitches and a different textured stitch. I love the contrast from one stitch pattern to another. All basic stitches that even a beginner can handle.


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