Pretty Picnic Crochet Throw


Pretty Picnic Crochet Throw

Pretty Picnic Crochet Throw
Pretty Picnic Crochet Throw

Worked up in peacock, spruce, phlox and white colors this Pretty Picnic Crochet Throw can be all yours. You'll love having a romantic picnic with your significant other or a family picnic with this crochet throw pattern. It's super soft and the colors are sure to brighten your day. The plaid design gives it that playful look that will allow you to have a fun time on your picnic. You can make a smaller crochet throw at 34 inches by 34 inches or a larger crochet blanket at 40 inches by 40 inches.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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


  • Willow Yarns™ Meadow (100% cotton; 50g/115yd)
    • 731937-0016 Phlox [4 (5) balls]: A
    • 731937-0010 Peacock [3 (7) balls]: B
    • 731937-0009 Spruce [6 (7) balls]: C
    • 731937-0001 White [3 (4) balls]: D
  • US size K-10½ (6.5mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  •  Yarn needle
  • 34" x 34" Color Chart
  • 40" x 40" Color Chart

10.5 sc x 10.5 rows = 4" (10.2cm) with yarn held double.
Save time, check your gauge.
Pattern Note: Each block should measure approx 3" x 3" (7.6cm x 7.6cm)

Finished Size
Throw: 34" x 34" (40" x 40") [86cm x 86cm (102cm x 102cm)]

Panel 1
Beg at bottom of chart, using 2 strands of A, ch 9.
Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across, turn—8 sc.
Rows 2-8: Ch 1, sc across, turn.
Note: To complete last sc of Row 8, draw up a lp with 2 strands of A, drop 1 strand of A and pick up 1 strand of C (B), yo and pull through both lps. Cut dropped strand of A.
Rows 9-16: With 1 strand of A and 1 strand of C (B), ch 1, sc across, turn. Change colors according to the Color Chart and cont to change colors every eighth row until you have reached the end of panel 1. You should have 11 (13) blocks.
Fasten off.

Panels 2-11 (2-13)
Work as for Panel 1, substituting colors as indicated on the Color Chart.

With WS of panels 1 and 2 facing up, whipstitch panels tog through back lps, making sure tops and bottoms of blocks line up properly. Cont to whipstitch panels tog following Color Chart for placement.

Attach 1 strand of B and 1 strand of C, work 1 round of sc around throw, working 3 sc in each corner. Sl st to first sc and fasten off. Weave in ends. Block.

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I love the look of this afghan! The color combination is perfect with the blues and pinks together. If you are not as fond of these colors together, you can pick any of your favorite colors to combine. There are so many colors available, you can pick any you would like to go with whatever room you are making it for. What is your favorite color combination?

Peacock, spruce, phlox, and white yarn makes up this Pretty Picnic Crochet Throw. Planning a romantic picnic with your significant other for Valentines Day? This blanket would be perfect. The yarn makes it super soft. You will have a fun time on your picnic. Pattern is given in two sizes.

The colors of this Pretty Picnic Throw are so GORGEOUS that I cannot help but make it, lol! Who would not want such beautiful throw in their home, never mind at a picnic. It is going to look just great in our family room and I already know exactly which one of my friends is also going to want one so I may as well get enough yarn to make two.

Oh my gosh, I am loving all of these picnic crochet afghans, blankets, and throws that I have found on this site today. Puts me in the mood to welcome Spring. It cant get warm fast enough for me. This pattern is so cute, I love it. Looks easy to do and its the perfect size.

What a great pattern for someone who is ready to work from a chart and do the color changes at the same time. After the first few rows it will fall into a routine and you will be finished in no time The colors are beautiful also.


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