Dreamy Lace Baby Throw (Crochet) - Version 2

SKU: 90425b

The Dreamy Lace Baby Throw - Version 2 is a crochet afghan pattern made with medium weight yarn that has an easy level of difficulty.

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Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Afghan
Yarn Used
Pound of Love® - 550
Pattern Gauge
16 sts + 7 rows = 4 in. (10 cm) in pattern.
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
4 Medium
Dimensions Detail
About 35 x 35 in. (89 x 89 cm)
Pattern Corrections
No
Pattern Craft
Crochet
Made For
Baby, Home

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Jody Shapiro
Quick, beautiful, fun to make

Beautiful and easy! The first row was hard to count out (because of course), and the pattern didn’t specify what to do at end of first row: now I know (thanks Support!) you need to do the full repeat. I decided to ignore gauge because IT’S A BLANKET…which resulted in a rectangular rather than square blanket, and only 49 rows instead of 54 because I was going to run out of yarn. I had just enough to trim all the way around. Finished size is 43.5” x 35” (original pattern says 35” x 35”). Anyway, it’s beautiful, works up fast, and is so impressive-looking considering it’s an “easy” pattern (yay lace!). Pound of Love Denim is a GORGEOUS colorway with a lot of depth, I would happily work with it again.

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Jody Shapiro
Quick, beautiful, fun to make

Beautiful and easy! The first row was hard to count out (because of course), and the pattern didn’t specify what to do at end of first row: now I know (thanks Support!) you need to do the full repeat. I decided to ignore gauge because IT’S A BLANKET…which resulted in a rectangular rather than square blanket, and only 49 rows instead of 54 because I was going to run out of yarn. I had just enough to trim all the way around. Finished size is 43.5” x 35” (original pattern says 35” x 35”). Anyway, it’s beautiful, works up fast, and is so impressive-looking considering it’s an “easy” pattern (yay lace!). Pound of Love Denim is a GORGEOUS colorway with a lot of depth, I would happily work with it again.