Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Sarcelle Marron Throw Blanket Crochet pattern and Video | Posh Pooch Designs

I designed This fun and Easy Throw Blanket
 For my newly designed yarn studio.
I purchased this lovely Tri-fold chair, 
then I added a few pillows, 
along with the new throw blanket
for a comfy spot to sit and crochet.

The chair folds out into a single sized bed.
I designed the blanket the size of a throw, 
but it is super simple to make larger.

I designed it using Red Heart Super Saver. 
I wanted it to be durable, and washable, 
but also to look 
"magnifique" in my New Yarn Studio.
The size is a "parfait" fit for my new crochet spot.
And The colors I chose are to match those colors,
 that I chose to design with.
And I Love it.
You can see this Video On My Youtube Channel at this LINK

"Sarcelle Marron" Throw Crochet Pattern 
By Sara Sach
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Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet Hook: J 
Yarn:  Worsted Weight (4) 6 oz. of each Color
           Brown C1, Dark Teal C2, Light Teal C3, Beige C4
           ( I used Red Heart Super Saver Yarn)

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)
Change to (chg to)

Size: 36 X 63 inches

Gauge:
3 dc = 2 inches, 3 rows = 2 inches

Pattern Notes:
Ch 3 at ends of rows counts as dc.
When changing colors, Ch3 after the color change.

R: 1 – With C1, Ch 105, 1 dc in the 24th ch from the hook
 and in each ch across, Ch3, turn (102 dc).

R: 2 – 1 dc in each dc, turn (102dc)

R: 3 – Chg to C2, ch3, 1 dc in the next 8 dc, ch 7, sk 7 dc,
*1 dc in the next 9 dc, ch 7, sk 7 dc* Repeat From * to * across row,
 1 dc in the last 9 dc, ch3, turn (7 group of 9 dc, 6 groups of 7 chs).
(9-7-9-7-9-7-9-7-9-7-9-7-9)

R : 4 – Repeat R : 3

R: 5 - 1 dc in the next 8 dc, ch 3, 1 sc around the 2 previous rows of ch7, ch 3
*1 dc in the next 9 dc, ch 3, 1 sc around the 2 previous rows of ch7, ch 3*
Repeat From * to * across row,
 1 dc in the last 9 dc, turn (7 group of 9 dc, 6 groups of 7 chs tog).



R: 6 – Chg to C3 – Repeat R: 3
R: 7 – Repeat R: 4
R: 8 – Repeat R: 5

R: 9 – Chg to C4 - Repeat R: 3
R: 10 – Repeat R: 4
R: 11 – Repeat R: 5

R: 12 – Chg to C1 - Repeat R: 3
R: 13 – Repeat R: 4
R: 14 – Repeat R: 5

R: 15 – R: 48 - Repeat R: 3 - R: 13, 3 more times

R: 49 – R: 51 - Ch to C2 – Repeat R: 3- R: 5

R: 52- R: 54 - Ch to C3 – Repeat R: 3- R: 5

R: 55 – R: 57 - Ch to C4 – Repeat R: 3- R: 5

R: 58 – Chg to C1, Repeat R: 3

R: 59 – 1 dc in the next 8 dc, *1 dc in the next 7 chs, 1 dc in the next 9 dc*
Repeat From * to * across row, do not tie off.

Trim-
Turn, working down the side of the Throw, 2 dc in the first corner,
 evenly stitch dc down the side,
3 dc in the next corner, 1 dc in each dc across the bottom of the throw,
3 dc in the next corner, evenly stitch dc up the 2nd side of the throw,
3 dc in the last corner, 1 dc in each dc across the top of the throw,
 Join to the 1st dc, tie off. Weave in your ends.

When working your trim sides, try to crochet over your ends and
you will have a lot less ends to weave in.
 I Hope you will find this pattern fun
 to make and easy to stitch up.
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