Summer Fling Throw

Summer Fling Throw

Summer Fling Throw
Summer Fling Throw

"I made the Summer Fling Throw in a handy lap blanket/throw size, but I’ve included the info you’ll need to make it in any size you like! And if you are looking for something warmer than Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton, Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice is a good acrylic option, and Wool-Ease worsted would be a good wool blend to use for winter weather. This stitch pattern will work no matter what! The size shown makes this extra easy - each strip uses one skein of yarn!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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I think I understand where the name Summer Fling comes from. The rose color (or any other flower for that matter), green grass and perhaps a sandy beach? Moogly continues to be one of my favorite designers featured here. Take a look at that king size blanket which uses gasp 48 minimum balls of yarn! That will make one beautiful blanket for your bed.

Hadn't thought about where the colors came from but now that you mention it it makes sense! They are drop dead gorgeous! I'm also finding myself attracted to the Moogly designs featured on this site as well. Very crisp and clear instruction and beautiful patterns. Kudos for the video for us visual learners, all the different sizes, and painless edging too!

This blanket is available to make in several different sizes from baby all the way up to Cal king. Its the perfect road trip crochet project. The cotton yarn makes it the ideal warm weather blanket. There are a few special stitches used in the blanket, but they are very easy to make.


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