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Hearts Throw Pannel 1

If you are done with your Christmas projects get a JUMP on the LOVE holiday with this quick easy throw! You can use only this chart if you like but I will be adding other squares the same size that can be used with this :) My Blanket will have 4 of these panels. Repeat the chart 4 times to make a panel ( why did I decide on 4? that's how many I can get out of 2 balls if you have the budget to go bigger go for it!)
I used a size N crochet hook and Loops and Thread cozy wool yarn ( size 6, feel free to use any brand)

If you have any questions let me know!


HINT : the oval thing is a chain the T with a line is a Double Crochet

EXAMPLE of how to read this chart I will write out the first two rows
to start I chained 27 ( 23 +3 for first dc + 1 for chain 1)

Row 1 dc,chain 1 repeat until the end. * always start and end the row with a dc*
Row2 chain 4 (dc plus ch1)skip one ( the chain of the last row) *dc, chain 1 skip one *repeat3 times dc in the next  3, * chain 1 skip one dc* repeat 5 times

Comments

  1. I really like this pattern but will not attempt to make it because there is no written pattern. I do not like working from a char because it is to follow, especially this one because there is no description for the symbols. Maybe I can find a pattern some where else. Thanks for the idea anyway.

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  2. Can you include a written pattern? It's so pretty

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  3. PLEASE can you write out instructions? Would greatly appreciate them.

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  4. Yes a written pattern would be amazing

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  5. It looks like she wrote out the pattern for the first 2 rows. After that just follow the chart...I think I will give it it a try

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