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  • Fun CroChet throws Based on a square

    11 Crochet Projects

    One Square,Many Ways

  • Contents

    2 The Blues

    5 Raspberry Fields

    8 Lilac One Square

    10 Pink Roses

    12 Greener Pastures

    14 Mondrian Remembered

    16 Fluorescent Vision

    19 Bright Oranges

    22 Autumn Squares

    24 Brown Cow

    27 Neptune

    30 How to Crochet

    32 Standard Yarn Weight System & Skill Levels Explained

    Abbreviations & Gauge

    on inside back cover

    Visit www.redheart.comfor more information and inspiration!

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  • Yarn Info

    red heart super saver: Art. E300Solids: 100% Acrylic; 7 ounces (198 g); approximately 364 yards (333 m) Prints & Multis: 100% Acrylic; 5 ounces (141 g); approximately 244 yards (223 m)Flecks: 96% Acrylic/4% Other Fibers; 5 ounces (141 g); approximately 260 yards (238 m)Machine wash and dry. The projects in this book were created with RED HEART yarns. For best results, we recommend following the pattern exactly as written. All instructions have been checked for accuracy; however, Coats & Clark is not responsible for typographical errors, differences in individual interpretation or other variances in work.

    Visit www.redheart.comfor more information and inspiration!

    We also recommend these sites:

    www.coatsandclark.comwww.crochettoday.com

    From the desIgner I never tire of simple crochet motifs that are easily memorized, portable and quick to put together. There is nothing more fun and yet relaxing than working on projects that have an easy-to-follow, familiar pattern to crochet. This booklet is full of patterns that have nothing complicated just double crochet and color play.

    Youll begin with a super easy square that is put together in 11 different ways, so you have options. Customize colors to suit your decor, your personality, and your loved ones. Its surprising how different each one looks as the size and placement of the squares and colors are placed in each throw. I love to empower crocheters to experiment with color. Have fun with color. I encourage you to try some alternate color ways. The easiest way to start is to replace a light tone with another light tone and a dark tone with another dark tone.

    I think finishing is a very important element, but it doesnt have to be complex. All you have to do is to add quick ruffles, picots or scallops for unique finishes. My favorite is the corded edge that gives a touch of tailored couture.

    These throws were fun and fast for me to create and Im so happy to share them with you. Make one, make them all! They make great gifts and youll surely impress your friends and relatives with these beauties. Enjoy and have fun!

    Regards, Ann Regis

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  • 11

    Singing the blues takes an upbeat tone with this comforting throw.

    The Blues

    2 One Square, Many Ways

  • the Blues Instructions

    skill Level:

    Throw is 50 by 50.

    materials: Medium weight yarn: 2 skeins each of a, B and C; 1 skein each d and e

    Project shown is stitched with RED HEART Super Saver in 995 Ocean a, 886 Blue B, 385 Royal C,381 Light Blue d and 885 Delft Blue e.

    Crochet hooks: 6.5mm [US K-10.5] and 6mm [US J-10]

    extras: Yarn needle

    gauge: Rounds 1-5 = 7 square using larger hook.CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the specified gauge.

    BasIC squareWith larger hook, chain 4, join with slip st to form ring.

    round 1: Chain 3, work 2 double crochet in ring, *chain 2, work 3 double crochet in ring; repeat from * twice, chain 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.round 2: Chain 3, work double crochet in same chain-2 space for first corner, *work double crochet in each of next 3 double crochet, work (2 double crochet, chain 2, 2 double crochet) into corner chain-2 space; repeat from * around, end 2 double crochet in first corner space, chain 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.round 3: Chain 3, work double crochet in same chain-2 space for first corner, *double crochet in each of next 7 double crochet, work (2 double crochet, chain 2, 2 double crochet) in corner chain-2 space; repeat from * around, end with 2 double crochet in first corner space, chain 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.

    round 4 and all Following rounds: Continue to repeat Round 3, working 4 more double crochet along each side of square.

    square B(make 8) Work Rounds 1-6 of Basic Square with B. Fasten off.

    (make 10)Work Rounds 1-5 of Basic Square with B. round 6: Ch 3, work dc in same ch-2 space for first corner, work as established to 4th corner, work 2 dc, ch 2, change to a and work 2 dc in same corner ch-2 space, work last side as established with a to first corner, end 2 dc in first space, ch 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.Fasten off.

    (make 2)Work Rounds 1-5 of Basic Square with B.round 6: Ch 3, work dc in same ch-2 space for first corner, work as established to 3rd corner, work 2 dc, ch 2, change to a and work 2 dc in same corner ch-2 space, work last 2 sides as established with a to first corner, end 2 dc in first space, ch 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.Fasten off.

    square C(make 12)Work Rounds 1-5 of Basic Square with C. round 6: Ch 3, work dc in same ch-2 space for first corner, work as established to 4th corner, work 2 dc, ch 2, change to a and work 2 dc in same corner ch-2 space, work last side as established with a to first corner, end 2 dc in first space, ch 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.Fasten off.

    (make 1)Work Rounds 1-5 of Basic Square with C.

    Continued on next page

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  • the Blues Instructions

    round 6: Ch 3, work dc in same ch-2 space for first corner, work as established to 3rd corner, work 2 dc, ch 2, change to a and work 2 dc in same corner ch-2 space, work last 2 sides as established with a to first corner, end 2 dc in first space, ch 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.Fasten off.

    square d (make 2) Work Rounds 1-5 of Basic Square with d. round 6: Ch 3, work dc in same ch-2 space for first corner, work as established to 4th corner, work 2 dc, ch 2, change to a and work 2 dc in same corner ch-2 space, work last side as established with a to first corner, end 2 dc in first space, ch 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.Fasten off.

    (make 2)Work Rounds 1-5 of Basic Square with d.round 6: Ch 3, work dc in same ch-2 spacefor first corner, work as established to 3rd corner, work 2 dc, ch 2, change to a and work 2 dc in same corner ch-2 space, work last 2 sides as established with a to first corner, end 2 dc in first space, ch 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.Fasten off.

    square e (make 4) Work Rounds 1-6 of Basic Square with e. Fasten off.

    (make 6)Work Rounds 1-5 of Basic Square with e. round 6: Ch 3, work dc in same ch-2 space for first corner, work as established to 4th

    corner, work 2 dc, ch 2, change to a and work 2 dc in same corner ch-2 space, work last side as established with a to first corner, end 2 dc in first space, ch 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.Fasten off.

    (make 2)Work Rounds 1-5 of Basic Square with e.round 6: Ch 3, work dc in same ch-2 space for first corner, work as established to 3rd corner, work 2 dc, ch 2, change to a and work 2 dc in same corner ch-2 space, work last 2 sides as established with a to first corner, end 2 dc in first space, ch 2, slip st to top of beginning chain.Fasten off.

    FInIshIngFollowing Assembly Diagram, arrange Squares into Throw, 7 Squares wide by 7 Squares long. Joining Row: Holding Squares with wrong sides together with smaller hook and a, working through back loops only of both Squares, sc evenly to join Squares together.

    Borderround 1: With right side facing, smaller hook, join a in any corner, ch 2, sc evenly around, slip st to beginning ch-2 to join. Do not turn. round 2: Ch 2, work Reversed Single Crochet evenly around, slip st to first st to join. Fasten off.Weave in ends.

    Continued from previous page

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    a a a a a a a

    J27.0011-1 The Blues Assembly Diagram

    = Square D

    = Square E

    = A

    = Square C

    = Square B

    Color Key Assembly Diagram

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    C

    C

    B

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    e

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    e

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    d

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    e

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    assembly diagram

    4 One Square, Many Ways

  • Raspberry Fields

    Whether your surroundings are sleek and modern or cozy and traditional, this interesting throw adds a welcome color splash.

    2

    Instructions on next page

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  • raspberry FieldsInstructions

    skill Level:

    Throw is 47 x 47.

    materials: Medium weight yarn: 3 skeins a; 1 skein each of B, C and d

    Project shown is stitched with RED HEART Super Saverin 930 Lipstick a, 718 Shocking Pink B, 319 Cherry Red C and 376 Burgundy d.Crochet hooks: 6.5mm [US K-10.5] and 6mm [US J-10]

    extras: Yarn needle

    gauge: Rounds 1-5 = 7 square using larger hook.CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the specified gauge.

    square I (Make 4)

    rounds 1-3: Work Basic Square (see page 3) with a.

    round 4: Work with d. round 5: Work with a. round 6: Work with d. Fasten off.

    square II(Make 4)

    rounds 1-2: Work Basic Square (see page 3) with a.

    round 3: Work with B. round 4: Work with a. round 5: Work with d. round 6: Work with a. Fasten off.

    square III(Make 8)

    rounds 1-2: Wor

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