Ever-Popular Throw Design . . . Re-Imagined in New Colors

Our Corner-to-Corner Throw has been around so long that we consider it a classic. It’s a design that is fun to make because you start crocheting at one corner, and keep increasing or decreasing to create the rectangle shape. There are no seams to sew at the end! I think that is one of the main reasons it is so loved. It is also a nice weight and doesn’t have holes to get your toes caught (a real plus for me).

LW1595 Crochet Corner-to-Corner Throw
Since it is so popular, I wanted to point out that we now have a second Corner-to-Corner Crochet Throw in new colors with a new interesting striping pattern. It is the same stitch pattern, but it is a smaller size (44” x 56”) than the original (67” x 67”).

LW5019 Corner-to-Corner Crochet Throw

If you’ve re-imagined either of our Corner-to-Corner Throws in new colors, please share photos on our Facebook page. It would be inspiring to see which of the many colors of Super Saver you have put together in imaginative ways.

E300 Super Saver

2 thoughts on “Ever-Popular Throw Design . . . Re-Imagined in New Colors

  1. LOLLY

    I do like the new color and striping pattern you’ve shown here! :-) I’d have to point out that it’s (strictly speaking) not *your* corner-to-corner pattern any more than any one company can claim the granny square or the raglan sweater or the i cord. The corner-to-corner has been around for generations. You’ve done a lovely job re-imagining your version – it definitely has a more updated 2015 look with the solid color choices instead of the brights & variegated.

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