Spread A Little Luck With This Crochet Lucky Ladybug Throw
Ladybugs, or ladybirds, are often considered to be lucky. So why not spread some luck and happiness with this gorgeous crochet lucky ladybird throw?
The basis of this crochet lucky ladybird throw is one large center square. This is then bordered by 12 smaller squares.
Each of the squares are worked in joined rounds with the right facing at all times.
Once completed, the squares are sewn together. The joined up squares are then edged with a border which is worked back and forth in rows.
The head and spots of each ladybug are worked in continuous (spiral) rounds.
This gorgeous crocheted blanket has been designed by Michelle Wilcox and she has rated this project as easy.
To access the free pattern for this lively crochet project from Red Heart, please click here: Crocheted Lucky Ladybug Throw
Featured Image-Michelle Wilcox for Red Heart/Yarnspirations-Thank you!
Yvonne Richards says
Would love to have this pattern but one problem. My Mac doesn’t allow Pronto downloads. 🙁
Have you tried taking screen shots and save them out as a JPG or PDF file?