Crochet Golden Waves Throw
The Crochet Golden Waves Throw is a two-row repeat pattern. Designed by Marianne Forrestal for Red Heart. It’s a pattern where once it clicks into your head, the rest is history and you can easily blaze along.
The idea is that the two rows work together to keep the raised trebles on the same sides. You are looking at two criss-cross sections working together for the visual look.
The border is simple of a double crochet border around and then 1 last round of back loop only single crochets. It’s easy. This is classified as an intermediate level but I am sure that an easy level crocheter can grab onto this technique. Use the tutorial below for more help.
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Comments on “Crochet Golden Waves Throw Pattern + Tutorial”
Any suggestions on making this two toned? Thinking of having the raised trebles in white and the rest of the blanket in a contrasting color.
You would have to change the colour every other row. Lots of tails to weave but it can be done and be neat.
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Do you have a video of a crochet Afghan
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I’m unsure what a crochet afghan hat for men is. Can you be more specific?
I love this throw!!!
I’m practicing this stitch!
Thank you very much for sharing and teach us!
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