Crochet City Solarium Throw Pattern

Crochet City Solarium Throw Pattern

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Crochet City Solarium Throw

Crochet City Solarium Throw

Crochet City Solarium Throw

Introducing this versatile crochet afghan called the Crochet City Solarium Throw. This particular throw really has a playful nature of large flowers in each granny square.

As you will see in the tutorial provided, I changed up the square to have a country feel to it showcasing it as a Sunflower Afghan. I think the sky is the limit with this project to change up the squares to match your own personal style of favourite flower colours.

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Crochet City Solarium Throw Pattern

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For these types of afghans, be sure to examine the photograph. What is eye-catching is the flower balance of colours. Do you notice the petals and secondary colour is the same in each flower? I have done an afghan like this before where the afghan didn’t look good as I didn’t notice that what makes this type of design really eye-pleasing is the consistency of colour usage. So just watch your colour choices with these types of projects.

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