How To Crochet The Trudie Throw

How to Crochet The Trudie Throw

This guide has a bunch of super fun Trudie Throw crochet patterns just waiting for you. And guess what? We’ve made it super easy for all of you. Our patterns are not only beautiful, but they also come with the simplest, easiest-to-follow steps. So, get the yarn and hook in hand and start crocheting a decent addition to your daily used crochet accessories with minimal effort. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or picking up a crochet hook for the first time, there’s a pattern here for you.

Crochet The Trudie Throw

The Trudie Throw

The Trudie Throw crochet pattern is extraordinary, a true showcase of artistic finesse. It evokes a warm, homey vibe that brings comfort and charm into any space it inhabits. With its distinctive design, it reflects a beautiful blend of tradition and modern aesthetics, which is simply breathtaking. The Trudie Throw is not just a piece of crochet; it’s a piece of art that adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to your decor. Its beauty seems to transcend the confines of ordinary crochet patterns, marking it as a timeless piece that can be cherished for generations.


Trudie Throw

Trudie Throw

The Trudie Throw is a masterpiece of crochet artistry that captivates with its elegant blend of textures and colors. This pattern is a fun design, showcasing the designer’s creativity and attention to detail. The harmonious combination of colors breathes life into the throw, making it not just a cozy accessory but a striking piece of home decor.

Its versatility and timeless charm make it a treasured project for crocheters of all levels. The Trudie Throw stands out as a testament to the beauty and warmth that handmade crafts bring into our homes, making it a truly commendable work of art.


  • Yarn: Lion Brand Basic Stitch Premium, Cream (10 balls), and Tourmaline (5 balls).
  • Crochet Hook: 5.5 mm (US I), or size needed to meet gauge.
  • Other Tools: Darning needle.


14 sts x 8 rows in double crochet (dc) = 4” x 4”.

Finished Dimensions:

48” x 66”.

Abbreviations (US Terms):

  • st(s) = stitch(es)
  • ch = chain
  • slst = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • MC = main color
  • CC = contrast color
  • sm = stitch marker
  • rs = right side
  • ws = wrong side

Pattern Notes:

  • Ch 3 at the beginning of a round counts as a dc.
  • Ch 4 at the beginning of a row counts as dc plus ch 1.
  • Ch 5 at the beginning of a round counts as dc plus ch 2.
  • Ensure all squares face the same direction for uniformity.
  • The blanket uses two colors; the color used for each round/row is indicated as MC or CC.
  • Blocking squares before assembling is recommended for the best results.


Square (Make 39):

  1. MC: Ch 4, join with slst to form a ring.
    • Round 1 (rs): Ch 5, 3dc in ring, ch 2 repeat 2 more times, 2dc in ring, join with slst to 3rd ch of ch 5, turn. (12 dc)
    • Round 2 (ws): Ch 5, 2dc in same ch sp, dc in each st, in ch sp (2dc, ch 2, 2dc), dc in each st repeat 2 more times, dc in ch sp, join with slst to 3rd ch of ch 5, turn. (28 dc)
    • Continue similarly, increasing dc counts as per pattern instructions through Round 7, ending with 108 dc in the final round.

Triangle B (Make 5), Triangle C (Make 3), Triangle D (Make 5), Triangle E (Make 3):

  • The triangles follow a similar increase pattern as the squares, starting with a smaller base and expanding each row.
  • Each triangle type varies slightly in the number of rows or color changes. Follow the specific instructions for rows for each triangle type.


  • Refer to the provided schematic for the layout.
  • Seam squares and triangles as indicated, ensuring the correct orientation.
  • Mattress stitch or the preferred seaming method is recommended.


  1. MC: Join yarn in any corner and ch 1.
    • Round 1: Sc evenly around the blanket, join with slst to the first st, and fasten off. Weave in all ends.
    • Stitch counts for the border may vary; approximate counts for each side are provided for guidance.

This pattern, based on the Trudie Afghan, combines the beauty of granny squares and triangles with a modern twist.


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