In the Garden Throw by Daniela Nii

In the Garden Throw

May 2020
DK (11 wpi) ?
19 sts = 4'' and 20 rows = 3 3/4'' in Mosaic color crochet technique with larger hook
3.75 mm (F)
4.0 mm (G)
3280 yards (2999 m)
40½" wide and 65½" long, excluding fringe
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Heirloom-project alert! Bold mosaic flowers in two sizes pop against the classic white background of the In the Garden Throw. Sections of plain double crochet are placed between the flower sections to provide relief for the eye and the crocheter alike. The yarn is cleverly cut after each row to become fringe, resulting in very few ends to weave in.

Difficulty Easy

Yarn Weight 3

Finished Size 40½“ wide and 65½” long, excluding fringe.

Yarn Scheepjes Colour Crafter (100% premium acrylic; 328 yd 300 m/3½ oz 100 g): #1001 weert (white; MC), 8 balls; #1061 meppel (maroon, CC2), 3 balls; #1824 enschede (green, CC1), 2 balls.

Hook Sizes F/5 (3.75 mm) and G/6 (4 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

Notions Stitch markers (m); yarn needle.

Gauge 19 sts = 4” and 20 rows = 3¾“ in Mosaic color crochet technique with larger hook.

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  • Leave a 6” length at the beginning and end of each row in each color. These tails will become the fringe.

  • Start each row with a slipknot on your hook to create a solid first stitch.

  • Flower rows are worked with larger hook, plain main color (MC) sections are worked with smaller hook.

  • Work all rows with one color and right side (RS) facing unless otherwise stated.

  • Single crochets are worked in back loops only (blo), except for first and last stitches of each row.

  • Double crochets are worked in front loops only (flo).

  • Colors alternate each row.

  • Read the chart from the bottom up and from right to left for each row.

  • Squares in columns before and after the chart indicate which color is worked for that row.

  • When reading the stitches of a row, always work your current color as single crochet blo unless there is an “x” in your current color stitch rectangle to be worked as a double crochet flo in indicated stitch 2 rows below, ignoring any other color “overlapping” your stitch/row.

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