Explore the Peppermint Throw

Mikey of The Crochet Crowd has made a video tutorial and detailed blog with hints for you on how to make our Peppermint Throw pattern. Peppermint Throw Crochet Pattern

He walks you through the pattern and points out useful information, such as:

  • how to work the spiral design
  • why there are multiple versions of the large motif
  • understanding the differences between the motifs (with LOTS of clear, helpful pictures)
  • the best order to work the motifs in

Take a look at his blog post or watch the video below (left-hand version here) and start crocheting!

6 thoughts on “Explore the Peppermint Throw

  1. Denise Topeel

    This is a wonderful video,, I am planning my trip to Quito to try to find RED HEART. They run out of white and red quickly here so I am off to search. Thanks for such a great tut.

  2. Merlin Campbell

    It was a pleasure watching this demonstration. I am off now to buy my wool to make my Peppermint Throw. Thanks.

  3. Maria

    Thank you so much for your tutorial. I probably would not have understood reading it on paper. It is much easier to understand watching someone do it. I love it. Thank you again.

  4. Christine Voyles

    This was the best tut I have ever used. Been crocheting since I was 14 and have just finished the 1st motif…love it.

  5. Alyssa Brown

    I made this gorgeous peppermint throw in white and sparkle red for my mother for Christmas 2014. She LOVES it, it is absolutely breathtaking. Mikey from the Crochet Crowd is my hero, he is SO AWESOME at explaining things in his videos that sometimes I never even LOOK at the patterns! This is a very worthwhile project, you will NOT be disappointed!

  6. Susie

    Just one crocheters opinion! Crocheted the afghan using this tutorial, in which I usually use a printed version. Was really bummed at the ending of this long video, that Mikey spends less than five minutes on joining the rounds. Especially since this afghan took me longer than six months to crochet and prepare for this part of the throw! May I suggest a separate video being made to help aid in the joining of this enormous task. Maybe given more ways to join than the one way in the video, and the best place to start; corners, end rows or middle rows of afghan. Feeling a bit overwhelmed by this task but am tackling it now…wish me luck!

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