The Summer Mist throw is a great way to get a handle on projects for the fall. Beyond its size, this pattern doesn’t really have too many pitfalls, so even the less advanced of us can take it on successfully. The throw will give you a small dose of summer on those cool fall evenings, or a nice Sunday morning when you curl up on the couch with your morning cuppa. It’s a beautiful project. A link to the free pattern is at the end of the post.
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Skills: Easy Designer: Kim Guzman
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Go to the pattern:
Summer Mist Throw Free Crochet Pattern
I have a pattern for a virus blanket and there are abbreviations I haven’t seen before. So far I haven’t found out what they mean: 3 sts alloy/knit/pbx/bp; ND, ng, NNNS. It has to be a translation but the pattern doesn’t say that. Any ideas? And thank you.
I am having the same problem. I have found “pbx”. The English/American equivalent is “slip stitch”.