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With the coming holiday gifting season, people are getting buried in requests for a knit stockinette throw made in roving.
It’s going viral and lots of crocheters have been asking about it, very saddened to discover that it’s knit instead of crochet. You’ve seen them, right?
Here at Make It Crochet, we promote the beauty of crochet. Every post is filled with gorgeous crochet. My suggestion is that you don’t get disappointed by finding something in knit. Instead, rejoice in crochet!
Today’s feature is a beautiful throw, designed by Stephanie of All About Ami.
I love her amigurumi designs, of course. She also makes very tasteful and classy projects for the home and even garments. This throw is a perfect project to show you that side of her work.
Instead of trying so hard to find a crochet pattern that matches stockinette or learning arm knitting, you can enjoy this fabulous throw which has gorgeous, squishy textures and it will look even more beautiful than a plain stockinette throw.
Trust the crochet, my friends!
Pick up your free crochet pattern from All About Ami HERE.
Please note that this pattern is provided free of charge. You can print it or convert it to PDF or whatever you like. If you prefer the designer to create a PDF for you, there is a small fee.
You can catch up with Stephanie at her Facebook page, All About Ami HERE.
I have some cabling videos on my YouTube channel which you can use for learning cabling technique in both right- and left-handed versions. Once you learn how to do right- and left-leaning cables, you can apply it to any cable.