If you go back to my recently published posts, you will find that I’ve been on a roll releasing home decor items.
And this post will add to that list. Today I have for you a Lacy Summer Throw Free Knitting Pattern.
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Lacy Summer Throw Free Knitting Pattern:
Where cozy meets fresh and airy.
The perfect lightweight throw blanket for breeze summer nights.
Cover yourself while reading a book on the couch, take it outside to the bonfire to give you that little extra coverage you need to stay warm.
Make any room look luxurious and cozy with this handmade beauty.
Lacy Summer Throw Free Knitting Pattern
Skill level: Beginner
Gauge: 10 sts by 20 rows = 4 in (10 cm) in pattern stitch.
Stitches used and abbreviations:
YO = Yarn over
SSK = Slip slip knit
St = Stitch(es)
Finished Measurement: Approx. 50 in by 60 in. (127 cm by 153 cm) After wet blocking.
Yarn: Cascade Yarns Swaddle (100% Polyester; 197 yards [180 m]/ 200 gr [7 oz]) Color 210 : Marshmallow (7 balls)
Yardage: 1379 yards (1260 meters) [yardage may vary depending on your gauge and yarn used.]
Needle: US #11 (8.00 mm) (Circular needles are preferred to accommodate large number of stitches)
Yarn needle (to sew edges, weave in ends, and sew zipper)
- Make sure to wet block your throw to straighten up the edges.
- The pattern calls for a ssk decrease, but you can substitute it with a k2tog if that is easier for you.
- The patterns offers the total amount of pattern repeats necessary to obtain a throw measuring 50″ by 60″ (if you obtained gauge), but you could easily adapt it by working more or less repeats, until you reach your desired measurement.
- This pattern has no wrong side/right side, is reversible.
You can find a video tutorial here: Lacy Summer Throw Video Tutorial
CO 125 sts.
Rows 1 to 4: Knit.
Row 5: K2, *Yo, ssk. Repeat from * to last st, K1.
Row 6: Knit.
Row 7: K2, *Yo, ssk. Repeat from * to last st, K1.
Row 8: Knit.
Row 9: K2, *Yo, ssk. Repeat from * to last st, K1.
Row 10: Knit.
Rows 11 to 14: Knit.
Rows 15 to 304: Repeat rows [5 to 14] 30 more times.
Wet block to measurements, taking special care to straighten up the edges.