I love a good easy corner to corner crochet blanket pattern. They’re great to sit back and watch a favorite show because you don’t have to think too much with the Lark Throw Free Crochet Blanket Pattern. Plus when they get big enough they keep your lap warm while you crochet. The Lark Throw Crochet pattern was designed with a fun color striping. The great thing is I worked it out so you don’t have to fasten off (except when adding a new skein) which means NO ends to weave in! I have weaving in ends, haha. Of course you don’t have to follow the stripe pattern. You can follow the stitch pattern and add your own stripes or none. The possibilities are endless!
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Lark Throw Free crochet blanket pattern ©2021 KT and the Squid. All rights reserved. You may not sell, trade, share or redistribute this pattern in any way. You may sell finished items made from this pattern.
Approx. 52” square
We Crochet Brava (100% premium acrylic; 218yds/100g; worsted weight)
9 balls color A: Dove Heather – SKU: 28428
4 balls color B: Persimmon – SKU: 28444
I/5.5 mm hook (or hook to obtain gauge)
I used my Radiant hook from We Crochet which I love! It’s light weight and feels good in my hand. If you want to try these hooks I suggest the Mosaic set. The different colors help you keep track of sizes.
Ch = chain
St = stitch
Sc = single crochet
This throw will be worked from corner to corn in a diagonal fashion.
The size of this throw can easily be adjusted by working more rows of the increase to make it larger (or less to make it smaller). Keep in mind this will change the yardage needed
16 st by 15 rows in pattern = 4” square (blocked)
Ch an odd number
Row 1: sc in the 2nd ch from hook, *ch 1, skip 1 ch, sc in the next ch; repeat from * until 1 ch remains, sc in the last ch.
Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc in the 1st, *ch 1, sc in the next ch-1 space; repeat from * to the last ch-1 space, sc in the last sc.
Repeat row 2 to desired length
Stripe instructions: To avoid fastening off this pattern has been written using an extra skein color A (A2) and an extra skein of color B (B2). When changing color do not fasten off, work to the last step of the last stitch of the row, finish the stitch with the new color. You can hide the floats by working over them in the first ch of the new row but the floats will be hidden by the trim so it’s not necessary.
Increase: (2 rows color A, 1 row color B, 2 rows color A2, 1 row color B) 10 times, (4 rows color A, 1 row color B, 4 rows color A2, 1 row color B) 6 times, (6 rows color A, 1 row color B, 6 rows color A2, 1 row color B) 2 times.
Decrease: (4 rows color A, 1 row color B, 4 rows color A2, 1 row color B) 4 times, (2 rows color A, 1 row color B, 2 rows color A2, 1 row color B) 6 times, 1 row B, 1 row A, (2 rows color B2, 1 row color A, 2 rows color B) 4 times, finish pattern in color B.
With color A ch 3.
Row 1 – Sc in 3rd ch from hook, turn. -1 sc
Rows 2 – Ch 3, (sc, ch 1, sc) in the ch-3 space of the previous row, turn. -2 sc
Row 3 – Ch 3, sc in the next ch-1 space, ch 1, (sc, ch 1, sc) in the ch-3 space, turn. -3 sc
Row 4 – Ch 3, (sc, ch 1) in each ch-1 space, (sc, ch 1, sc) in the ch-3 space, turn. -4 sc
Repeat row 4 until you have 148 rows following the stripe pattern. Each row will add 1 sc.
Row 1 – Ch 3, (sc, ch 1) in each ch-1 space, (2 sc) in the ch-3 space, turn. -148 sc
Row 2 – Ch 2, (sc, ch 1) in each ch-1 space until 1 ch-1 space remains, sc in the last ch-1 space, sc in the ch-3 space, turn. -147 sc
Row 3 – Ch 2, (sc, ch 1) in each ch-1 space until 1 ch-1 space remains, sc in the last ch-1 space, sc in the ch-2 space, turn. -146sc
Repeat row 3 until there are only 3 sc
Ch 2, sc in the next ch-1 space, sc in the ch-2 space, turn
Ch 1, sc in the ch-2 space.
Ch 1, evenly sc around the entire blanket adding 3 sc to each corner, join to the first sc. Fasten off.