Amazing Knitting Crochet Patterns and Ideas
Fractal Throw Pattern
To tie a slip knot, place the thread and make a loop. Make sure your short piece, the ponytail, is on top of the long string. Then flip everything over to the longest strand. Grasp the middle thread with your thumb and forefinger and gently pull the middle thread. Hold on to the tail and tighten the loop.
Take the loop in your left hand, insert the hook into the loop, and tighten the loop around the hook. Not too tight, there must be something to give. Note: I started my life left-handed and now I own both hands. I prefer to teach the way my grandmother taught me, because this is how all books are published.
A free version of this pattern is available on my blog, here.
The Fractal Throw is a daring C2C blanket that adds a modern touch to any interior. Make it in any two colors – the options are endless! The pattern includes both a printable table and written instructions so you can easily follow it no matter what your preference.
Finished Dimensions: 50 “x 50”
WeCrochet Brava Worsted Wool; 700 meters of white and 550 meters of asphalt heather
5.0 mm crochet hook; I love these Furls hooks from WeCrochet