Crochet Holiday Cables Throw Pattern

Crochet Holiday Cables Throw Pattern

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Holiday Cables Throw

A fantastic stitch sampler designed by Bonnie Barker. She is known for her texture work in projects. This is the Holiday Cable Throw pattern.

What on earth is the Celtic Stitch and where has that been all my life?

So I have just printed the pattern now to try some stitches. I am particularly interested in the Celtic stitch that appears to be woven. I know… I know… I know… but this afghan is so different. I bored of afghans that have too much of the same thing.

So off I go to review my yarn to see what I need for this. I most likely won’t do mine in red but that’s the great thing about this afghan. You can do whatever colours you want.

So stop gawking and get hook’n! Here’s the free pattern, it’s called the Holiday Cables Throw.

Wish my luck! I’m going to put on Netflix and find something mindless to watch so I can concentrate on my stitches!

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Holiday Cables Throw Pattern

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