The Three Hour Throw Tutorial demonstrates how to make a blanket in less than 3 hours - with Bernat Blanket Extra and your hands! See the right and left-handed crochet tutorials below to learn how to hand crochet!
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Three Hour Throw Tutorial:
How to Crochet the Three Hour Throw - Right Handed
How to Crochet the Three Hour Throw - Left Handed
As Seen in This Video (click each for more info!):
Three Hour Throw - FREE CROCHET PATTERN
Front Loop Only and Back Loop Only
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I’ve had trouble with the dark colors of this brand of yarn. The dye comes off on my hands and crochet hook. Manufacture says I need to soak finished item in salt or pickling to set the color. That’s crazy. That’s a process that should be done during manufacturing not by the consumer. Anyone else have this issue with their dark colors.
Oh my! I haven't had that issue, but thank you for the heads up!
Where can I buy this Bernat big blanket yarn , I would like teal and navy ???
Hi Wanda! You can click the link above for the yarn, or check your local Michaels stores. 🙂
How do you weave in the ends on blanket yarns??
There are a couple of options:
You can leave a much longer length, and then just try to weave it in as you would any other yarn.
You can sew it down in place (and sew skeins together) with matching thread. - my fave!
You can use a big of fabric glue.
I hope that helps! 🙂
Hi Joyce! You can weave them in normally (with more length), sew them in place (or together when adding a new skein) with matching thread, or tack them down with some fabric glue. I think sewing is the best option.