Waves of Passion Throw


Waves of Passion Throw

Waves of Passion Throw
Waves of Passion Throw

"If you are passionate about chevron then this blanket is for you! It features lots of texture and style. Worked in bulky weight yarn it works up quickly. This design is made using 9 Caron Chunky Cakes (10 if your would like to include a fringe. You may work this blanket in any super bulky weight yarn (#6 weight on label) and don’t be afraid to stitch up the colour so that it suits your own personal style! Following the pattern the stitch count is given to change the size of your blanket and a video tutorial is also included."

NotesThis pattern includes written and video instruction.


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge: 8 sts x 8 rows = 4 inches

Finished SizeApproximately 50 x 64 inches

Materials List

  • Caron Chunky Cakes by Yarnspirations™, colour Cherries Jubilee (100% Acrylic; 280g / 9.8 oz,
    271 meters / 297 yards; weight: 6 – Super Bulky Weight), 10 Cakes (includes 1 Cake for Tassels).
  • Hook: 8 mm (US 11/L)
  • Notions: Yarn Needle


Optional: Make tassels and affix to the points on each end.

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The details of this afghan does not look like an easy skill level pattern. With the addition of tassels and the pointed feature I am surprised after reading the pattern that it is a really easy pattern to follow and a video has been included.

I am sure with or without the use of the Caron Chunky Cake yarn this project will be beautiful. The cake will give you the ease of color change but I can just as easily see this in a solid hue as well. There is a lot of texture to the afghan and I am sure it will become a family favorite in no time.

I am not overly fond of the chevron projects, but this one is so unusual that it might just sway me over to the dark side. With its amazing texture, it looks nothing like the ripple afghans of the 1970s. This one actually looks inviting. The chunky cake yarn is what gives it that unique texture, but do be advised this takes a LOT of yarn, even for an afghan.


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