Irresistibly Cozy Double Woven Throw


Irresistibly Cozy Double Woven Throw

Irresistibly Cozy Double Woven Throw
Irresistibly Cozy Double Woven Throw

It's time to snuggle up with the Irresistibly Cozy Double Woven Throw. This is one of the coziest crochet afghan patterns around. Using a unique double weaving technique, you'll crochet two skeins of yarn together, creating a wonderfully chunky crochet afghan. Choose two different colors or one of the same, either way will give you that great texture. With a super laid-back vibe, this easy-going and relaxed crochet afghan pattern will quickly become your go-to throw in a heartbeat.

Plus, check out the video below to learn some great tips on how to work with large crochet hooks! 


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge9 hdc = 4” (10cm); 5 rows = 4” (10cm) in hdc cl pattern. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

Finished SizeThrow measures 68” long x 45” wide (172.5 x 114.5 cm)

Materials List

  • RED HEART® Soft®: 6 balls each 4601 Off White A and 9520 Seafoam B
  • Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 10mm [N-15 US]
  • Yarn needle

Irresistibly Cozy Double Woven Throw

Special Stitches:
hdc cl (half double crochet cluster) = Yarn over, insert hook in indicated st and pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over, insert hook in next st or space and pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), yarn over and draw through 2 loops (4 loops on hook), yarn over and draw through remaining 4 loops.
reverse sc (reverse single crochet) = Work single crochet in opposite direction from which you would usually work (left to right if you are right-handed and right to left if you are left-handed). This stitch is also known as crab stitch. It creates a rope-like twisted single crochet edging.

How to Crochet a Throw

Half double crochet cluster is worked over 2 consecutive stitches which could be 2 hdc, hdc cl and ch-1 space, or hdc cl and turning chain. Read instructions carefully for correct placement of this stitch.

  1. With A and B held together throughout, ch 89.

  2. Row 1: Hdc in 3rd ch from hook (beginning ch counts as first hdc) and in each ch across, turn—88 hdc.

  3. Rows 2–5: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), working in back loops only, hdc in each hdc to beginning ch, hdc in top of beginning ch, turn.

  4. Row 6: Ch 2, hdc cl in same st as beginning ch and next hdc, *ch 1, hdc cl in next 2 hdc; repeat from * to last hdc and beginning ch, hdc cl in last hdc and top of beginning ch, turn—44 hdc cl, 44 ch-1 spaces, and 1 hdc.

  5. Rows 7 and 8: Ch 2, hdc cl in first hdc cl and next ch, *ch 1, hdc cl in next hdc cl and ch; repeat from * to last hdc cl and beginning ch, hdc cl in last hdc cl and top of beginning ch, turn.

  6. Row 9: Ch 2, skip first hdc cl, hdc in each ch and hdc cl to beginning ch, hdc in top of beginning ch, turn—88 hdc.

  7. Rows 10–13: Repeat Rows 2–5.

  8. Rows 14–77: Repeat Rows 6–13 eight times, do not turn at end of Row 77.

How to Create the Edging of your Crochet Throw

  1. Round 1: Ch 1, 3 sc in ch, working across ends of rows, sc evenly spaced down first side to foundation ch; working across opposite side of foundation ch, 3 sc in first ch, sc in each ch to last ch, 3 sc in last ch; working across ends of rows, sc evenly spaced up 2nd side; 3 sc in first hdc of Row 77, sc in each hdc of Row 77; join with slip st to first sc, do not turn.

  2. Round 2: Reverse sc in each sc. Fasten off.

  3. Finishing: Weave in ends.

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I like the off white and sea foam color combination which came out like this very light aqua woven throw. It reminds me of the sea and its serenity.

This throw pattern has such a great texture and looks so wonderfully warm and cuddly that I just have to make it for our coming winter here in South Africa. Not sure yet whether to use one color or a combination of colors but I do know that, either way, it is going to look really good and be just as cozy in winter as it looks.

This throw looks so soft and cozy as the name suggests. What attracts me more is that it will grow quickly as two strands are used throughout. The pattern looks nice and lacy. Perhaps adding lace edging would make it look even better. It is crocheted all in one so no sewing at the end.

Such a interesting pattern I can't wait to try! The pattern reads well, and I do see where you need to make sure you are reading the pattern as you crochet or you can have a mess on your hands. I like the size of this throw as well, 68 long x 45 wide is a good size for larger people.. This is on my to do list of patterns. Thank-you for this well written pattern.

Tried this craft? What did you think?

Okay. i would try that double-weaving technique in my favorite colors. The pattern says "intermediate"which is not for beginners. Lucky we have the pattern right on the same page which means we don't have to click anything to be directed to another website.


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