My daughter Annie needed a throw for her freshened up bedroom. (We changed out bedspreads, cleaned and decluttered, nothing too big.) She wanted to trade out her pink ruffles for a more updated neutral look and so we designed a throw for her. I just finished it and I think she likes it! She took it right out of my hands, went to her room and tried it out.
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It took me several sheets of graph paper to finally get the pattern to work, but once I figured out the counting, it actually wasn't too complicated. I used half double crochet for the whole blanket and to create the diamonds I used the same technique my mom uses in her gingham blankets of carrying the yarn through so I didn't have to constantly cut yarn and weave in ends. (I'll explain this more below).
Cute crochet country dish towel adds great modern farmhouse style to your kitchen, or you could use them as hand towels in the bathroom. Pair them with the crochet country dishcloth set and you have a great diy housewarming gift. The free crochet pattern is easy to follow even for beginners.