Modern Holiday Throw | Free Crochet Pattern

Give your home a festive air with the Modern Holiday Throw crochet pattern, using Red Heart with Love yarn.

Bring on the Christmas holiday! The short days and long, cold nights are made for snuggling and binging on Netflix. For those evenings, I need a just a bit of extra warmth with my spiked hot cocoa, I’m glad to have the new Modern Holiday Throw.

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What I love about the Modern Holiday Throw is it works up fast. It is designed to work up quick like finishing it while watching 4’ish episodes of The Crown on Netflix, quick.

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Pattern Notes

  • The Modern Holiday Throw crochet pattern uses basic stitches forming a chevron pattern.
  • This pattern uses slightly more than half a skein of Red and Green.
  • Starting ch-3 counts as dc throughout pattern.
  • Weaving in the ends as you, prevents weaving them all in at the end.

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Yarn

When it comes to holiday decor, nothing beats Red Heart with Love. It is very soft, easy to work with, and available at most stores that sell yarn. They also have all the colors!

  • MC: Red Heart with Love in White (544g, 929m/1016yds)
  • C1: Red Heart with Love in Evergreen (148g, 253m/277yds)
  • C2: Red Heart with Love in Berry Red (148g, 253m/277yds)

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Supplies

  • Hook: US I/9 5.5 mm

Finished Size (After Blocking)

  • 48”x60” (121cm x 152cm)

Gauge

  • 2” x 2” with DC: 6 stitches x 4 rows

Modern Holiday Throw Pattern

Begin with MC

CH 144  + 3 (Counts as first DC)

Row 1:  DC in 3rd chain from hook.  *DC in next 7 chains, SK1, DC in next 5 chains, 3DC in next chain, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

Row 2-4:  CH 3, DC in same stitch, *DC in next 7 stitches, SK 2, DC in next 7 stitches, 3DC in next stitch, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

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Switch to C1

Row 5:  CH 3, DC in same stitch, *DC in next 7 stitches, SK 2, DC in next 7 stitches, 3DC in next stitch, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

Switch to MC

Row 6: CH 3, DC in same stitch, *DC in next 7 stitches, SK 2, DC in next 7 stitches, 3DC in next stitch, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

Switch to C2

Row 7:  CH 3, DC in same stitch, *DC in next 7 stitches, SK 2, DC in next 7 stitches, 3DC in next stitch, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

Switch to MC

Row 8:  CH 3, DC in same stitch, *DC in next 7 stitches, SK 2, DC in next 7 stitches, 3DC in next stitch, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

Switch to C1

Row 9:  CH 3, DC in same stitch, *DC in next 7 stitches, SK 2, DC in next 7 stitches, 3DC in next stitch, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

Switch to MC

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Row 10: CH 3, DC in same stitch, *DC in next 7 stitches, SK 2, DC in next 7 stitches, 3DC in next stitch, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

Switch to C2

Row 11:  CH 3, DC in same stitch, *DC in next 7 stitches, SK 2, DC in next 7 stitches, 3DC in next stitch, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

Switch to MC

Row 12-15:  CH 3, DC in same stitch, *DC in next 7 stitches, SK 2, DC in next 7 stitches, 3DC in next stitch, *;  repeat from * to end omitting 1 DC at the end of the last repeat.  Turn.

Repeat from Row 2, four more times.

Secure all ends.

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