In a Jiffy Crochet Throw


In a Jiffy Crochet Throw


The In a Jiffy Crochet Throw is something you can actually work up in a short amount of time because it uses super bulky yarn. Use any color you want for this decorative and warm crochet throw pattern. Blankets are things that everyone loves and uses constantly, especially if you love sitting on the couch with a book or a cup of coffee. Wintertime seems fast approaching every year, so there's no excuse for you not to take just a small amount of time our of your day for this fun crochet afghan!


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

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

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Such a pretty color for this throw. I looked for the Raspberry color in the Hometown Lion Brand yarn and was not able to find it. The brand comes in over sixty colors so I am sure I can find something I like instead of the Raspberry. It is a reasonable price as well.

This in a jiffy throw looks really easy and quick. I am hoping it really is that quick to work up, because my son has been asking me to make him a blanket for several months, and I have the yarn and a 4 day weekend in which to get it done. Hopefully it does not take me that long, because I have several other projects I would like to work on this weekend too!

I love this in a jiffy crochet throw and I am really surprised it is only made with single crochet. I am not a fan of it because I feel like you use a lot of yarn to complete the project. However using bulky/chunky yarn may be the exception. If nothing else, I know that this throw is really warm.

This is a simple crochet throw made in a jiffy which looks sweet when placed on top of the living room sofa. I wonder what stitches were used but....I don't want to ask. I'm just gonna check the pattern myself.

why can we not save patterns anymore?

Hi djhixson - You can! Below the pattern information, there's a line of colored buttons including social media share buttons. The Save button is the gray button with the +. :) Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

The Raspberry color yarn shown is very pretty. But I could also see this throw being done in other colors, or even as a stash buster for your odds and ends of super bulky/super chunky yarn. It is easy to work up and just the right size for sitting on the couch or in your favorite armchair.

This lovely looking throw really caught my eye. It looks so warm and cozy that I can already imagine being snuggled under it on the sofa in cold weather. It is also a really nice pattern for the group of us friends that crochet wraps and throws for a local old folks residence. The color shown is also our youngest daughters favorite color so it is likely that I will probably be making quite a few of them, lol!


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