June Featured Throw of the Month

Welcome to the June Featured Throw of the Month! This month we have the Lacy Floral Throw made in With Love yarn. Each month we will have a new themed throw as a featured free pattern. Each throw will have a tip or two in the blog, as well as a giveaway to win the yarn to make the throw. Keep reading for the tip and to access the giveaway! Use the hashtag #throwmonth to talk about the series.

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Download the Lacy Floral  Throw!

LW4642 Lacy Floral Throw

Tip

The throw this month is made in With Love, but the samples are done in Soft. The pictures show how to make the cluster stitch [Cl (3 treble crochet cluster)] from the Special Stitches section. The cluster is a collection of 3 treble crochet stitches worked into the same stitch and combining at the top. This sample is worked into a single crochet row with two treble crochets on the row already. In the actual pattern you will be working the cluster into chain spaces and previously-made clusters.

To start, yarn over twice, put your hook into the indicated stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop. You will have four loops on your hook.

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Yarn over and draw through two loops on your hook, then yarn over and draw through another two loops on your hook. You will have two loops remaining on your hook and have one partially made treble crochet.

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Start from the beginning again: yarn over twice, put your hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop. You will have five loops on your hook.

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Then yarn over and draw through two loops on your hook two times. You will have three loops on your hook and have two partially made treble crochets.

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Start from the beginning a second time: yarn over twice, put your hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop. You will have six loops on your hook.

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Then yarn over and draw through two loops on your hook two times. You will have four loops on your hook and have three partially made treble crochets.

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Finally, yarn over and draw through all four loops on your hook.

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Find all of the other throws on our Featured Throw of the Month page.

Giveaway

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54 thoughts on “June Featured Throw of the Month

  1. Vivian Helton

    i would love to win the yarn to make this throw. It is gorgeous!

  2. Anna buchanan

    This throw is absolutely lovely!!! I plan to make one in the near future! Would make a lovely wedding present!

  3. Loraine

    Love this lacy throw, and would make a beautiful gift, done in a cream colour. Mom this one’s for you!

  4. Vivian M.

    One can always use a new pattern and to win the yarn for it would be sweet!

  5. Sheila Roman-Barbosa

    I would love to win your giveaway, thank you.

  6. karen

    I would love to win Yarn for this beautiful throw!

  7. Debrielle Welch

    Lovely throw, would love to win the yarn.

  8. Wendy

    I’ll give you “lacy,” but it looks more “star” than “floral” to me.

  9. Felicia Cawthon

    My mom thought me how to crochet when I was little for me it gave me something to do over summer and to stay out of trouble. Even if I didn’t win I would love to have the pattern it’s a beautiful throw.

  10. Anonymous

    Red Heart Is so Dear to my heart with
    all the wonderful patterns I have to live
    till I’m 200 to complete the patterns I have collected. Ilene

  11. Anonymous

    Gorgeous. I think this would also make a beautiful Christmas throw. Using red and green or silver and blue!

    • Daphne

      I agree. Either of those colors would be beautiful. Thanks for the ideas.

  12. anna donato

    Great giveaway. Cross fingers and yarn!!! ha, ha,

  13. Pamela

    This would make a great Christmas throw if you changed the colors. It could look like poinsettias or snowflakes.

  14. Susan Burton

    Love this pattern and would really love to win the yarn to make it.

  15. Pamela Bowman

    How do I download the free pattern for the June Featured Throw?

    • redheart Post author

      Hi Pamela, Thank you for your question! From our throw of the month blog posts, you can always click on the name of the throw at the beginning of the post, which will take you to the pattern download page. For June, the page is http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/lacy-floral-throw. You can click on the “Download Printable Instructions” button underneath the picture. You do not need to sign up or log in to download the pattern.

  16. Sherry Bartlett

    Gorgeous pattern! Would love to win the yarn to make it.

  17. Pat Rytel

    This is an exceptional pattern. Beautiful throw, I would like to learn more about the Love Yarn that was used to make it. Thanks for the opportunity to win this pattern.

  18. Alice Darter

    Would be perfect for the den – simple and elegant just the way I like it! Winning would make it that much more special!

  19. Wanda Rodgers

    I fell in love with this throw as soon as I saw it. Would love to win the yarn to do this one.

  20. Isabelle Castillo

    Beautiful, would love to win the yarn to be able to make it.

  21. Linda

    What a lovely throw! It would brighten my day to win this yarn give away. I could crochet even more so I don’t unravel & stay in stitches!! :-)

  22. kathy

    I would love to be able to win the yarn to make this for my youngest daughter for her wedding this December.

  23. Dawn Murphy

    The afghan is amazingly beautiful. Would love to win this prize package and make the afghan.

  24. Karen Wilcox

    This is a beautiful afghan! I want to make it for myself!

  25. Cynthia Rose

    Love your yarn, and this pattern is gorgeous.

  26. Grace

    Would love to have the yarn to make this for my Mom for Christmas.

  27. Sandra Threadgill

    Whether I win the yarn or not, I’m gonna make this throw…It is beautiful and just right for our Florida weather.

  28. D. A. Manuel

    I am beginner crochet.
    Learning and was looking for throw to make for expecting friend for baby. Think would be great gift. Hopes win

  29. Kay Standefer

    This is lovely – I’m hooking it up as soon as I can dig through my stash for enough yarn. Very generous of you to give away a yarn prize; who can’t use more yarn?

  30. Anniem

    What a beautiful gift this would make for my daughter’s birthday!!!

  31. Lisa

    I would love to crochet this afghan. It reminds me of the thread crochet my grandmother spent hours doing.

  32. Lynda

    With Love is one of my top 3 favorite yarn picks….hate that I lost 55 yds a skein…but still love it….soooooo soft and warm….using it right now in Boysenberry!

  33. Dana Moore

    I love the antique feel of this afghan

  34. Susan

    Love this! Would like to make it for my son and daughter-in-law for Xmas

  35. Susan

    Love this! Would love to make it as a gift for ?? For Xmas

  36. Mary

    Lovely, would love to make this for my neice.

  37. Barbara S

    I think the colours in the pic are just gorgeous for it.. would look so lovely with the owl container I made early this year in the Red Heart group!

  38. Anonymous

    I would love to win the yarn….as I will be making this as soon as possible. I have made over 50 afghans that I have been giving to my family members…and friends…..

  39. Karen

    My sister taught me how to crochet while I was suffering through cancer. It made all the hours of sitting there waiting for the chemo to do its job go by so much faster. since then I have collected so many red heart patterns I love so much and I know I will never get them all made but darn it maybe that’s why god left me on this earth to finish all this collection. Cancer free now and when I can afford to I buy yarn and my time is spent crocheting. It is just so relaxing most of the time, until you get to a pattern that looks so easy but darn if it just eludes you. I am having that issue with the refreshing throw right now. My daughter wants it so I have to figure it out so i am at it everyday and night when I cant sleep trying to understand it. I need a youtube video of someone doing a square so I can see what I am doing wrong. Guess that will teach me to tell my daughter to look on revelry and see if she likes any throws there. Next time I will pick it. lol.

  40. Lyn Dines

    This is just the pattern I want to make one of my six sisters a tablecloth! I will now be experimenting with cotton yarns.

  41. Amanda Gaybba

    Luv, do you want met to ‘ SOFTLY THROW” this over you “WITH LOVE” whilst resting?

  42. Mary Macaluso

    I’m having trouble joining the squares, I have the borders done on all the squares which was easy once I got the hang of it, but the joining directions have me scratching my head!!! Please help!!!

    • redheart Post author

      Dear Mary, We’re sorry to hear the pattern is confusing! If you have not already, please contact Consumer Service at http://www.redheart.com/ContactUs or (800) 648-1479 for pattern assistance.

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