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Cotton Field Throw

The Cotton Field Throw is a polka dotted crochet pattern that is as puffy as cotton plants. This intermediate crochet pattern uses the shell stitch and boucle yarn to create puffy cotton balls in this blanket. This crochet throw will look great at the end of a bed and it's perfect for snuggling up on a cold night.

Intermediate

MEASUREMENTS
Approx 50" x 60" [127 x 152.5 cm].

MATERIALS
Soft Boucle (163 g/5.75 oz;131 m/144 yds)     
Main Color (MC) Natural (46008)     7
Contrast A Teal (46203)     4
Size U.S. L/11 (8 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.

GAUGE

8 sc and 9 rows = 4" [10 cm].

INSTRUCTIONS
Note
: 2 rows will be worked with RS facing, alternating with 2 rows worked with WS facing. Do not break yarn at end of rows. Yarn will be left in a long loop at end of each row to be picked up in subsequent rows.
With MC, ch 93.
(see chart below).
1st row: (RS). 2 dc in 4th ch from hook (counts as 3 dc). *Skip next 3 ch. (2 dc. Ch 1. 2 dc) in next ch – shell made. Rep from * to last 4 ch. Skip next 3 ch. 3 dc in last ch. Draw a long loop to prevent unraveling and drop loop from hook. Do not turn.
2nd row: (RS). Join A with sl st to top of first ch 3. Ch 1. 1 sc in same sp as last sl st. Ch 2. Working over 1st row, 1 long sc in 2nd skipped ch (foundation ch). *Ch 2. 1 sc in ch-1 sp of next shell. Ch 2. Working over 1st row, 1 long sc in 2nd skipped ch (foundation ch). Rep from * to last 3 dc. Skip next 2 dc. 1 sc in last dc. Draw a long loop to prevent unraveling and drop loop from hook. Turn.
3rd row: (WS). Pick up MC. Ch 3 (counts as dc). *Shell in next long sc. Rep from * to last sc. 1 dc in last sc. Draw a long loop to prevent unraveling and drop loop from hook. Do not turn.
4th row: (WS). Pick up A. Ch 3. Sl st to top of first ch 3. Ch 1. 1 sc in same sp as sl st. Ch 2. 1 sc in ch-1 sp of next shell. *Ch 2. Working over previous row, 1 long sc in next sc 1 row below. Ch 2. 1 sc in ch-1 sp of next shell. Rep from * to last 3 dc. Ch 2. Skip next 2 dc. 1 sc in last dc. Draw a long loop to prevent unraveling and drop loop from hook. Turn.
5th row: (RS). Pick up MC. Ch 3 (counts as dc). 2 dc in first sc. *Shell in next long sc. Rep from * to last 2 sc. Skip next sc. 3 dc in last sc. Draw a long loop to prevent unraveling and drop loop from hook. Do not turn.
6th row: (RS). Pick up A. Ch 3. Sl st to top of first ch 3. Ch 1. 1 sc in same sp as last sl st. Ch 2. Working over previous row, 1 long sc in next sc 1 row below. *Ch 2. 1 sc in ch-1 sp of next shell. Ch 2. Working over previous row, 1 long sc in next sc 1 row below. Rep from * to last 3 dc. Skip next 2 dc. 1 sc in last dc. Draw a long loop to prevent unraveling and drop loop from hook. Turn.
Rep 3rd to 6th rows until work from beg measures 60" [152.5 cm], ending on a 4th or 6th row. Fasten off.

 

 

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The pattern states "See Chart IV on page 21". What is this referring to?

Hi! We apologize for the inconvenience. The chart was not showing but the pattern has now been adjusted to show the chart. -Thanks, Krista, Editor

This Cotton Field Throw is so beautiful, your eyes are treated to rows and rows of cotton plants in bloom in a vast cotton field. It is so alive and real, you want to pick the cottons straight from the cotton tree. What a genius imagination of the designer. Hats off to whoever. Thanks, too for the free pattern. I am in awe of this very beautiful pattern.

Just finished this pattern and was so pleased with the results. I used the color steel green instead of teal. Thank you so much for the beautiful pattern.

When you get to the end of row (where it says to leave a loop), do you cut the thread off just beyond the loop?

Sonoma that confused me too. i Would like to Know If you figured that out! Reply From Editor would be Nice.

Hello Winona and alidparris, Per the note at the beginning of the pattern, you do not break the yarn at the end of the rows. I hope that helps!

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