The Purple PonchoAfghanCrochet Corner-to-Corner Throw with Rope Edging – Free Patterns

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Crochet Corner-to-Corner Throw with Rope Edging – Free Patterns — 13 Comments

  1. This is really lovely – has more texture than most C-toC patterns I’ve seen,,,and you are correct….the subtle color changes in the yarn are quite beautiful!

  2. Very pretty! I see that yarn all the time, and always contemplate buying it, but haven’t yet.
    How is the “fuzzy factor”? You know how some yarns have fuzzy little bits that can be irritating? Does this do that?

  3. Thank you Susie! It is a little fuzzy, especially after washing/drying it, but it is also very soft. It’s one of my favorite yarns for scarves. You could get one skein and make up a quick, thin scarf to test it out.

  4. It’s so awesome that you were able to make such a great project with gifted yarn that was close to your heart. Those are the best FO’s!

  5. It is a special blanket and it has become a fixture in our house. I need to get if off in the mail and I hope my friend loves it as much as we do. Thanks for stopping by Wendy!

  6. What a great blanket! I just love the way projects made from homespun yarn feel – not necessarily how it works up. Hehe. Pinned this blanket.

  7. I’m 18 rows away from finishing a rectangular afghan using this pattern. It’s been a challenge though as I bought a discontinued colorway of Homespun and then almost ran out. Thankfully someone destashing on Etsy had a few more skeins that I bought. Now I have too much yarn, but I think I’ll try a C2C in scarf size! I can’t wait to curl up under it this winter. The C2C is the best/easiest pattern I’ve ever tried. I just have to decide if I’m going to use your rope edge or something else!

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