Dragonfly Throw


The Dragonfly Throw is as vibrant as its namesake, with brilliant purple and pink stripes playing off of each other. This easy crochet blanket creates a unique pattern that really does look like a dragonfly, but it does so in a way that is possible for any crocheter to complete. Worked in rounds, the center will seem like it is releasing these beautiful creatures to fly into your arms. This throw would give your armchair a touch of elegance, or it would be a great finishing touch to the end of a bed. With these colors and spectacular design, the possibilities are endless.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge14 double crochet and 8 rows = 4 inches (10 cm)

Finished Size40 x 40 inches

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn (Shown here is Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn in 7 different colors)
  • Size 5.0 mm (H-8) crochet hook or size needed to obtain the gauge
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends

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After reading the directions for this dragonfly throw it reminds me of the granny square. Once you get the pattern started, it just grows from the center. I love the little dragonfly emblem in the design on top of the wonderfully awesome color combination.

Not only is the design of the throw unique and appealing, the designer left you with a choice of how to edge the design. Decisions, decisions, decisions.

This throw is too cute! I love the dragonfly pattern, and the wonderful colors used here. This would be the perfect gift for anyone in your life, or just to make for yourself, to keep you warm around the house on those cold winter days that are coming up! Thank you for the beautiful pattern!

I absolutely love this pattern. It's so easy to follow and is loved by those I show the finished product to!

This is such a beautiful throw. I love the yarn used and the edging options. I would probably use only three colors plus the white for the scalloped edging. Depending on where it would be used and for whom, I might use the other edging so it wouldn't seem so girly. I had no problem saving it to my PC.

How creative! Designing dragonflies in the pattern is not very common. Well, some people might like dragonflies for a change. So here's the written pattern http//charmedbyewe.com/free-crochet-pattern-radiat == ing-dragonflies-throw/ and here's the video tutorial http//charmedbyewe.com/tutorial-twisted-single-cro == chet-sc/. Enjoy fellow crocheters.

I love this Dragonfly Throw pattern. It is well written and easy to follow, I like that there is a video for some who doesn't understand a interesting stitch. I'm thinking it will look just as good in one color. I do like the border too. As for printing, I right clicked on my mouse over the pattern and was given the option to 'save as' or print. I hit save as and it saved it on my PC. No problem no adds. Thank you for this beautiful free pattern.

I just do not see having this on here because the downloadable pattern in PDF is NOT free, I refuse to sit at my pc just to look at her site while I crochet.

I simply copied into Word and printed it ... took all of about 20 seconds. You could print this page, but the ads would print too.

I love the bold colors of this throw! Combined with the dragonfly design, this is such a sweet blanket.


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