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Valley Yarns #100 Comfy Couch Throw PDF

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This innovative design on the rigid heddle includes embellishments and latched seams. The Comfy Couch Throw is woven with Valley Yarns Valley Superwash DK which is squishy and cozy making it the perfect blanket to cuddle up with.

Weave Structure: Plain weave with embellishment
Equipment: Rigid Heddle loom at least 20” wide, 10-dent heddle, 1 shuttle, size I 9mm crochet hook, tapestry needle
Yarns: (includes enough for warp, weft and embellishment)
     Valley Superwash DK (100% Extra Fine Superwash Merino Wool, 137 yds/50g) 4 skeins #27 Sand
     Valley Superwash DK (100% Extra Fine Superwash Merino Wool, 137 yds/50g) 4 skeins #28 Fawn
     Valley Superwash DK Hand Dyed by the Kangaroo Dyer (100% Extra Fine Superwash Merino Wool, 274 yds/100g) 2 skeins Sand Castle
Warp Dimensions: 19” x 168”
Sett: 10 epi
Finished Dimensions: 33” x 49”

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Comments about VALLEY YARNS #100 Comfy Couch Throw PDF:

While I was super happy to start this, I'm pretty sure that the amount of yarn needed is incorrect. The yarn for the weft, is not in stock at WEBS so I chose another DK weight yarn. Same weight of yarn, same stitches per inch, etc. The draft calls for two skeins of a yarn that has 274 yards per skein for the weft. I purchased 5 balls of a yarn that has 127 yards per skein. Two of those balls were enough weft for just over 1/4 of the total length of the cloth I need. In other words, I will need at LEAST 3 more balls or almost 400 more yards. It's going to cost a whole lot more than I intended to spend if I continue. It's going to cost me a lot in wasted warp if I abandon the project.

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