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Crochet Elegant Lodge Throw – Free Crochet Pattern

Create a luxurious lodge throw using the art of crochet. Crafted with intricate stitches and attention to detail, this elegant throw will add a touch of sophistication to any living space. The combination of cozy yarn and delicate crochet work will make this throw a standout piece in your home decor. Handmade with care, this lodge throw is not only stylish but also functional. The intricate crochet design adds texture and warmth, making it perfect for snuggling up on chilly evenings. Whether draped over a sofa or at the foot of a bed, this elegant throw will elevate the look of any room while providing comfort and coziness.

Elegant Lodge Throw
Materials Used:

  • Color A: Big Twist Baby – Elephant (5 skeins)
  • Color B: Big Twist Baby – Cotton Tail (3 skeins)
  • Size J/10 – 6.00 mm hook
  • Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Abbreviations:

ch(s) = chain(s)
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
tr = treble crochet
FPtr = front post treble crochet
American crochet terms used throughout

Special Stitch Used:
FPtr (front post treble crochet):

Yarn over hook two times. Insert hook behind post of indicated stitch. Yarn over and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through 2 loops (3 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through 2 loops (2 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through last 2 loops.

Gauge:

4″ x 4″ = Ch 14, work rows 1-8 of pattern

Finished Size:

Approximately 39″ x 47″ (if you would like to make yours smaller or larger, you can easily adjust – just begin with an even number of chains)

Instructions:

With A

Row 1:

Ch 130, [sc,dc] in 2nd ch from hook, skip 1 ch, *[sc,dc] in next ch, skip 1 ch; repeat from * across, ending with a sc in last ch, turn.

Row 2:

Ch 1, [sc,dc] in 1st st, skip 1 st, *[sc, dc] in next st, skip 1 st; repeat from * across, ending with a sc in last st, turn.

Row 3:

Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), skip 1st st, dc in next st and each st across, turn.

Row 4:

Ch 3, skip 1st st, FPtr next st, *dc next st, FPtr next st; repeat from * across, ending with dc in turning ch-3 sp, turn.

Row 5:

Ch 1, [sc, dc] in 1st st, skip 1 st, *[sc, dc] in next st, skip 1 st; repeat from * across, ending with a sc in the turning ch-3 sp, turn.

Row 6:

Repeat row 2.

Row 7:

Repeat row 3.

Row 8:

Repeat row 4.

Row 9:

Repeat row 5.

Row 10:

Repeat row 2.

Row 11:

Repeat row 3.

Row 12:

Repeat row 4.

From this point forward, 1 pattern repeat = Row 5, Row 2, Row 3, and Row 4

Fasten off A, change to B. Work 3 pattern repeats.

Fasten off B, change to A. Work 3 pattern repeats.

Fasten off A. Change to B. Work 3 pattern repeats.

Fasten off B. Change to A. Work 3 pattern repeats.

Fasten off A. Change to B. Work 3 pattern repeats.

Fasten off B. Change to A. Work 3 pattern repeats. Do not fasten off.

Border:
Round 1:

With A, ch 1, work 1 round of hdc around all 4 edges of blanket, placing 3 hdc’s in each corner, ending with a sl st to beginning ch.

Round 2:

Ch 4 (counts as 1tr), 6tr in same st, skip 2 or 3 sts, sc in next st, *skip 2 or 3 sts, 7tr in next st, skip 2 or 3 sts, sc in next st; repeat from * around, ending with a sl st to beginning ch.

Note: For round 2 of the border, I skipped 2 sts on each side of my blanket, but skipped 3 sts on the top and bottom edge of my blanket. I just liked the way the shells laid out by doing it this way.

Fasten off, weave in all ends, and enjoy your new blanket!

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