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Flower Patch Throw

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This throw knitting pattern creates a gorgeous blanket with ridged blocks and three-dimensional flowers. The colors of yarn blend together beautifully.
 

Flower Patch Throw


Materials:

  • Yarn: Ella Rae Classic
    • Color A: 4 balls
    • Color B: Grey, 3 balls
    • Color C: 1 ball
    • Color D: Grape, 4 balls
    • Color E: Indigo, 1 ball
    • Color F: 1 ball

 

  • Knitting Needles:  1 pair 4.50mm needles (USA 7)(UK 7)

Size:
1 Square = approx 15 cm x 15 cm
Width 110 cm
Length 135 cm

Tension:
20 sts and 24 rows measured over 10cm (approx 4”) of st st using 4.50mm needles.

Abbreviations:
wyrn (wrap yarn round needle) - wrap yarn around needle to make a stitch, always used before a purl st.
yf (yarn forward) - bring yarn to front to make a stitch, always used before a knit st.
 

Instructions:

SQUARE 1
(Ribbed sq.)(4 triangles form 1 square)(Make 80)
Using 4.50mm needles and col A, cast on 27 sts.
Row 1 Purl.
Row 2 K2tog, k to last 2 sts, k2tog.
Row 3 Purl.
Change to col B.
Row 4 P2tog, p to last 2 sts, p2tog.
Row 5 Knit.
Row 6 K2tog, k to last 2 sts, k2tog.
Row 7 Purl.
Row 8 K2tog, k to last 2 sts, k2tog.
Change to col C.
Row 9 Knit.
Row 10 P2tog, p to last 2 sts, p2tog.
Row 11 Purl.
Row 12 K2tog, k to last 2 sts, k2tog.
Row 13 Purl.
Change to col D.
Row 14 P2tog, p to last 2 sts, p2tog.
Row 15 Knit.
Row 16 K2tog, k to last 2 sts, k2tog.
Row 17 Purl.
Row 18 K2tog, k to last 2 sts, k2tog.
Change to col E.
Row 19 Knit.
Row 20 P2tog, p to last 2 sts, p2tog.
Row 21 Purl.
Row 22 K2tog, k to last 2 sts, k2tog.
Row 23 Purl.
Row 24 K2tog, k1, k2tog.
Row 25 P3tog.
These 25 rows form pattern repeat.
Sew 4 triangles tog to form a square.
(20 squares made)

SQUARE 2
(Plain Sq.)(Make 4 x col A, 6 x col D, 7 x col F)
Using 4.50mm needles, cast on 27 sts.
Work in st st until length measures
15 cm. Cast off.

SQUARE 3
(Edge Sq.)(Make 5 x col A, 4 x col D, 5 x col F)
Using 4.50mm needles, cast on 27 sts.
Work 4 rows st st, beg with a knit row (this becomes WS).
Next row (WS) Purl.
Cont working in st st until length measures 15 cm.
Cast off.

SQUARE 4
(Flower Sq.)(4 triangles form 1 square) (Make 24 x col A, 24 x col B)
Using 4.50mm needles, beg with 1 st on needle.
Row 1 Yf, k1.
Row 2 Yf, k2.
Row 3 Wyrn, p1, yf, k1, wyrn, p1.
Row 4 Yf, k1, p3, k2.
Row 5 Wyrn, p2, [k1, yf] twice, k1, p2.
Row 6 Yf, k2, p5, k3.
Row 7 Wyrn, p3, k2, yf, k1, yf, k2, p3.
Row 8 Yf, k3, p7, k4.
Row 9 Wyrn, p4, k3, yf, k1, yf, k3, p4.
Row 10 Yf, k4, p9, k5.
Row 11 Wyrn, p5, k4, yf, k1, yf, k4, p5.
Row 12 Yf, k5, p11, k6.
Row 13 Wyrn, p6, k2togtbl, k7, k2tog, p6.
Row 14 Yf, k6, p9, k7.
Row 15 Wyrn, p7, k2togtbl, k5, k2tog, p7.
Row 16 Yf, k7, p7, k8.
Row 17 Wyrn, p8, k2togtbl, k3, k2tog, p8.
Row 18 Yf, k8, p5, k9.
Row 19 Wyrn, p9, k2togtbl, k1, k2tog, p9.
Row 20 Yf, k9, p3, k10.
Row 21 Wyrn, p10, sl 1, k2tog, psso, p10.
Row 22 Wyrn, p to end.
Row 23 Yf, k to end.
Row 24 Yf, k to end.
Row 25 Wyrn, p to end.
Cast off.
Sew 4 triangles tog to form a square.
(12 squares made)
 

Finishing:

Sew squares together following diagram.

Flower Patch Throw Diagram.
 

 

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I like this blankie...........I will try to make it............

Wow, gorgeous.

Well, I do crochet, and don't have a clue how to knit lol. As far as I'm concerned tho..this one beats all!! This is just beautiful. Now I wish I knew how!!

Love, love, love this knitted afghan!

The colors are listed at the top of pattern with the Materials Needed. A bit confusing. I've not searched the yarn yet, but the picture here looks like it's felted/fulled. I wish there was a better picture. Anyone have a link to more information? This photo looks like it's from a yarn company, not a home knitter.

There are no color charts! beautiful pattern tho.

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