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Summer Flower Baby Throw
Pattern Number: 90330AD
Rating: *****
4.6 (based on 11 reviews)
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Summer Flower Baby Throw Reviewed by Deema Khumayis on 2012-08-16 *****
This was so fun to make.. It was the first lion brand pattern i used and also the first lion brand yarns. I loved the cotton ease yarns and the colors are great!! Recommend this pattern 100%

Summer Flower Baby Throw Reviewed by Stephanie Langford on 2012-07-06 *****
This baby throw worked up easy and quickly. The colors are beautiful and I am very pleased with how it looks. I crocheted the pieces together as went along. Very easy.

Reviewed by aimee on 2012-06-14 *****
Those who chose to 'sew' the motifs together picked the hard way. The instructions give very clear and easy instructions on crocheting them together as you go! My blanket looks absolutely seamless and I didn't get bored crocheting all 12 in a single color at once. The bonus was, when my motifs were done, the blanket was already put together! The only strife was weaving in all those ends, took about an hour for each side, but the end result was flawless and well worth not sewing them together. I guess you'd have to weave in the ends of individual motifs anyway. Make this blanket! It's my new go to pattern for gifts.

Summer Flower Baby Throw Reviewed by Bethany French on 2011-08-24 ****
Loved working this throw! I made it as a present for my cousin's new baby. I had a little trouble with joining the squares together, as I'm not a great sewer, but it's come out very nice! Some of the squares ended up a little bigger, and some smaller, so I need to work on maintaining my guage, but the overall effect makes it look handmade, and they love it regardless! :)

Summer Flower Baby Throw Reviewed by Elizabeth Blandon on 2011-03-19 *****
This is a gorgeous baby blanket. I altered the colors just a bit to be more geared toward a boy and couldn't be happier. I agree the sewing is time consuming, but after you do 10 or so, you get a groove and it goes by quickly. I highly recommend, you will not be disappointed.

Summer Flower Baby Throw Reviewed by Marcia Schaub on 2010-10-28 *****
I am a beginner @ crochet and I must say this was very easy. I made this for my niece and it turned out so beautiful. Thank you Lion Brand.

Summer Flower Baby Throw Reviewed by Jean on 2010-10-08 ***
Really cute and easy to make, but sewing the pieces together is not for the impatient ones among us.

Summer Flower Baby Throw Reviewed by Cherie Durbin on 2010-08-14 *****
This pattern is easy to follow and the motifs work up quickly.

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Summer Flower Baby Throw Reviewed by Ann Strauch on 2010-08-02 *****
Just finished this antique-look baby throw, using the same colors as suggested. It was very time-consuming, but worth it because it looks so pretty! Have gotten so many compliments on it. After reading the rating comments I decided to crochet the blocks together as I made each one. I highly recommend doing it this way. It was really so much easier than making all the blocks first and then sewing them, as I've done in the past, when I've crocheted all the blocks and then did not want to tackle the tedious task of sewing them together.

Summer Flower Baby Throw Reviewed by Claire Jones on 2010-05-22 ****
I am in the UK. I made this throw for a new baby girl, in muted sorbet colours: lime, pink and lemon. Each square took about 15 minutes to make - there are 72. I wish I had known how difficult it would be to stitch together - it took longer than making the squares! I nearly lost patience . . . . I found it hard to get the 4 corner joins neat. But, the end result was absolutely gorgeous, it was worth it!

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