Sage Sofa Throw Pattern


Sage Sofa Throw Pattern


Sage Sofa Throw Pattern
Sage Sofa Throw Pattern

This Sage Sofa Throw Pattern is an easy blanket knitting pattern that will make the perfect accent for your couch. Customizable in any color you like, this free knitting pattern makes a soft and delicate throw that's both warm and attractive. This knitted blanket would make a chic accent in rustic home decor or a softer touch to more modern decor. Just chose your favorite DK yarn and set to work on this lovely easy knitting pattern. You'll wind up with a blanket so cozy you'll want one for every room of the house. 


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is such a pretty and delicate throw. I love the soft green color and the ripples on the edge. Also it's lightweight so it can be used in the spring and summer.

I like the fact that this throw is made with a lightweight yarn. I made one and I use it all the time. It is perfect for the warmer months when you just need a something light for coverage. This is a fairly simple pattern and should knit up quickly. Thank you.

This is a very nice pattern and not too difficult to make. You can really make it in whatever color you want (or happen to have on hand) and it would look great. Why go buy a throw when with some time and a little patience you can make something that will be just what you want for your room.

This seems to be a nice easy pattern to follow. There are only three rows that need to be repeated to make this throw. There is no right or wrong side, which is always nice! Use any yarn or color you like. Make the width you like by simply adding or subtracting repeats of the pattern.

This is the perfect pattern for an afghan nut like me. It is so adjustable size wise that you could make it for a baby all the way up to a full size afghan. I think you could also use a worsted weight yarn and a larger needle and it would still turn out great.


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