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Crochet Tartan Plaid Blanket Throw Pattern

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Tartan Plaid Throw Blanket
Tartan Plaid Blanket

Materials:
Worsted weight yarn-

29 ounces white,

19 ounces red
11- ounces blue
11- ounces green
9-1/2 ounces black
4-1/2 ounces yellow
Size G hook or hook needed to obtain the gauge.

Finished size: 48-1/2 inches x 78 inches

Gauge: 5 dc, 4 ch sps= 2 inches; 5 dc rows = 2-inches.

Throw Blanket Pattern;
Row 1: With white, ch 354, dc in 6th ch from hook,
(ch 1, skip next ch, dc in next ch) across, turn
(176 dc, 175 ch sps).

Row 2: Ch 4, skip next ch sp, dc in next st, (ch 1, skip next ch sp,
dc in next st) across to ch 5, ch 1, dc in 4th ch of ch5, turn. Fasten off.

Row 3: Join blue with sl st in first st, ch 4, skip next ch sp, dc in next st,
(ch 1, skip next ch sp, db in next st) across to ch 4, ch 1, dc in 3rd ch of ch 4, turn.

Rows 4-5: Ch 4, skip next ch sp, dc in next st,(ch 1, skip next ch sp, dc in next st)
across to ch 4, ch 1, dc in 3rd ch of ch 4, turn. At end of last row, fasten off.

Row 6: With yellow, repeat row 3. Fasten off.

Row 7: With black, repeat row 3. Fasten off.

Row 8: With white, repeat row 3. Fasten off.

Rows 9-11: With green, repeat rows 3-5.

Rows 12-13: With red, repeat rows 3-4. At end of last row, fasten off.

Row 14: With black. repeat row 3. Fasten off.

Rows 15-16: With red, repeat rows 3-4. At end of last row, fasten off.

Row 17: With white, repeat row 3. Fasten off.

Row 18-19: With red, repeat rows 3-4. At end of last row fasten off.

Row 20: With black, repeat row 3. Fasten off.

Rows 21-22: With red, repeat rows 3-4. At end of row fasten off.

Rows 23- 25: With green, repeat rows 3-5.

Row 26: With white, repeat row 3. Fasten off.

Row 27: With black, repeat row 3. Fasten off.

Row 28: With yellow, repeat row 3. Fasten off.

Rows 29-31: Repeat rows 3-5.

Row 32: With white. repeat row 3.

Rows 33-46: Repeat row 4. At end of last row fasten off.

Rows 47-121: Repeat rows 3-46 consecutively, ending with row 33. At end of last
row, fasten off.

To finish:
Note: When weaving yarn, alternate beginning over and under on first row, then under and
over in the next row.
Working across the short end of the throw blanket through ch-1 sps, with 2 strands of white
held tog, leaving 3 inch end for fringe, weave through first row of ch sps leaving a 3 inch end
for fringe, cut yarn.
Weave 6 more rows of white.

Working with 2 strands held tog,(* weave 3 rows of blue, 1 row of yellow, 1 row of black, 1 row
of white, 3 rows of green, 2 rows red, 1 row black, 2 rows red, 1 row white, 2 rows red, 1 row black
2 rows red, 3 rows green, 1 row white, 1 row black, 1 row yellow, 3 rows blue*, 15 rows white) 3 times
Repeat between first*, weave 7 rows white.

Fringe;
Working on 1 edge of the throw blanket, using and overhead knot, tie ends of
fringe in first row tog close to blanket .

Tie fringe ends on next 2 rows tog. Repeat across.
Work the same way for the opposite edge of throw blanket.

ch=chain

dc=double crochet

sk=skip

sp=space

tog=together

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Comments

Sep 12, 2010 3:07pm
Deborah-Diane
I have crocheted for many years, but never attempted a tartan plaid. It looks like yours turned out lovely. Thanks for sharing the pattern.
Sep 12, 2010 5:34pm
Lynsuz
Thanks Deb...This pattern is not really hard, just takes some time to complete. Really awesome blanket when done. I made as a gift, really didn't want to give away when I was done, but...
Sep 12, 2010 7:48pm
southerngirl09
I love to crochet and this pattern is beautiful. I am putting it on my "to do" list. Thanks for sharing this pattern.
Sep 18, 2010 5:16pm
vetochemicals
I haven't crocheted in years but this is tempting! thumbs up:)
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