Apollonia Wrap or Throw Tapestry Crochet Motif Pattern by Kristin Omdahl
This crochet motif pattern is a magnificent display of colorwork where 5 colors are combined in a variety of ways to create a kaleidoscopic medallion print. Follow the schematics and yardage suggestions to modify this rectangular wrap into a range of blanket sizes, too.
What you will need to make this crochet motif pattern:
420 (630, 945, 1417) yd or 384 (576, 864, 1295m) #3 dk weight yarn per 6 colors each
G/7 (4.5mm) crochet hook
Note: Yardage is written for wrap (small throw, medium throw, large throw).
Finished Sizes for this crochet motif pattern:
Rectangular Wrap: 28 in (71cm) wide x 73 in (185cm) long, after blocking.
Small Throw: 40 in (101.6cm) wide x 73 in (185cm) long.
Medium Throw: 52 in (132cm) wide by 73 in (185cm) long.
Large Throw: 64 in (162.6cm) wide x 73 in (185cm) long.
Watch video tutorials for the Apollonia crochet motif pattern here:
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