Jan 012013
 

Homespun Pineapple Lapghan or Throw

No matter which way you slice it, the vintage variation stitching of crochet pineapples are simply amazing.  Ever think it’s just too daunting of a task to work with thread?  This free crochet throw pattern is easy to follow, and fun to make with bulky weight yarn!  You will end up with a classy throw with a classic lace pattern that will turn up in a fraction of the time.

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Homespun Pineapple Lapghan or Throw - Free Crochet Throw Pattern

Elegant Homespun Pineapple Throw – a classy classic lace pattern made warm and bulky for your living space.

Materials:

  • Lion Brand Homespun Main Colors A, B (2 skeins each) and Contrasting Color C (less than 1 skein) or any bulky weight yarn.
  • Size K hook

Stitches Used:

fsc, ch, sc, dc, slst, shell

Foundation single crochet (fsc) – ch2, insert hook into 2nd chain from hook, yo draw up a loop, yo draw through 1 (this creates the next foundation chain), yo draw through 2 (this completes the single crochet)
*insert hook into the next foundation chain just created, yo draw up a loop, yo draw through 1, yo draw through 2
Repeat from * until total fsc completed

Chain (ch) -  yo (yarn over), pull through loop on hook

Single crochet (sc) - insert hook in indicated stitch, yo draw up a loop, yo draw through 2

Double crochet (dc) - yo, insert hook in indicated stitch, yo draw up a loop, yo draw through 2 loops, yo draw through last 2 loops on hook

Slip Stitch (slst) - insert hook in indicated stitch, yo draw through stitch as well as the loop on hook

Shell Stitch (Shell) - 2dc, ch1, 2dc

Homespun Pineapple Throw Closeup - Free Crochet Throw Pattern

Homespun Pineapple Throw Closeup

Pattern:

Worked in fsc with multiples of 17+2, if you choose to chain and make a row of sc instead of fsc, you will work with multiples of 17+3(for turning chain), then sc in 2nd ch from hook across.

Pattern set repeats (every 7 rows) worked in color sequence:
A, B, A, B, C, B, A, B, A

 

 

Fsc 87

Row 1:  
Ch1, sc in first st, ch1, skp next st, sc in next st,
*Ch3, skp next 4 sts, 3dc in next st, ch5, skp 3 sts, 3dc in next st, ch3, skp next 4 sts, sc in next st, ch3, skp 2 sts, sc in next st**
Rpt from * to ** 3 more times
Ch3, skp next 4 sts, 3dc in next st, ch5, skp 3 sts, 3dc in next st, ch3, skp next 4 sts, sc in next st, ch1, skp next st, sc in last st

Row 2:
Ch3, turn, 2dc in ch1 spc, ch3, 9dc in ch5 spc, ch3, skp ch3 spc, skp sc,
*Shell in middle ch of next ch3 spc, ch3, skp sc, skp next ch3 spc, 9dc in ch5 spc, Ch3, skp 3dc, skp next ch3**
Rpt from * to ** 3 more times
Skp next sc, 2dc in ch1 spc, dc in last sc

Row 3:
Ch3, turn, 2dc in turning dc,
*Ch3, skp ch3, sc in first dc, ch3, skp next dc, sc in next dc, ch3, skp next dc, sc in next dc, ch3, skp next dc, sc in next dc, ch3, skp next dc, sc in next dc, ch3, Shell in ch1 spc of previous Shell**
Rpt from * to ** 3 more times,
Ch3, skp ch3, sc in first dc, ch3, skp next dc, sc in next dc, ch3, skp next dc, sc in next dc, ch3, skp next dc, sc in next dc, ch3, skp next dc, sc in next dc, ch3, 3dc in top of turning ch3 of row 2
<Note: You are sc-ing into the odd numbered dc in the 9dc shell of row2, and the 4 ch3s on top of the 9dc shell is the beginning of your pineapple>

Row 4: ch3, turn, ch1, 2dc in turning dc, ch3, skp ch3, skp sc, sc in ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, skp sc, skp ch3,


*(2dc, ch1, 2dc, ch1, 2dc) in ch1 spc of prev Shell, ch3, skp ch3, skp sc, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3**
rpt from * to ** 3 more times
(2dc, ch1, dc), in top of ch3 of Row 3
<Note: There are 3 ch3 spcs above the pineapple you started in the last round – this will decrease until there is only a single sc at the tip of the pineapple>

Row 5: ch3, turn, Shell in ch1 spc,
*ch3, skp ch3, skp sc, sc in the first ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in ch3 spc, ch3, skp sc, skp ch3 spc, Shell in next ch1 spc 2 times**
rpt from * to ** 3 more times
ch3, skp ch3, skp sc, sc in the first ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in ch3 spc, ch3, skp sc, skp ch3 spc, Shell in next ch1 spc, dc in top of last round’s turning ch3
<Note: The recurring Shell section is the V-shape between the pineapples. As the top of the pineapple decreases to a point, this V shape will increase to compensate for the crochet-fabric to keep rectangular>

Row 6:
Ch5, turn, Shell in ch1 spc of Shell in row 5, ch3, skp ch3 + sc, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3
*Shell in next ch1 spc of Shell in Row 5, 2dc between the two Shells, Shell in ch1 spc of next Shell, ch3, skp ch3, skp sc, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3**
Rpt from * to ** 3 more times
Shell in ch1 spc of last Shell of row 5, ch2, dc in top of turning ch3 of Row 5

Row 7:
Ch1, turn, sc in turning dc, ch3, Shell in ch1 spc of Shell
*Ch3, sc at top of pineapple in the ch3 spc, ch3, Shell in ch1 spc of Shell, ch3, sc between the 2dc cluster, ch3, Shell in ch1 spc of next Shell**
Rpt from * to ** 3 more times
Ch3, sc at top of pineapple in the ch3 spc, ch3, Shell in ch1 spc of Shell, ch3, sc in 3rd ch of beginning ch5 of Row 6

Change Colors

Homespun Pineapple Throw Close Up 2 - Free Crochet Throw Pattern

Bold and warm crochet pineapple pattern done in bulky weight Homespun. A touch of the classic in a modern living room.

Row 8:
Ch1, sc in turning sc, ch1, sc in ch3 spc, ch3, 3dc in ch1 spc of Shell, ch5, 3dc in next ch1 spc of Shell, ch3
*Sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, 3dc in ch1 spc of Shell, ch5, 3dc in next ch1 spc of Shell, ch3**
Rpt from * to ** 3 more times
Sc in next ch3 spc, ch1, sc in first sc of Row 7

Rows 9-14: Rpt Rows 2-7

Continue rpt Rows 8-14 seven (7) more times, changing colors before starting Row 8 each time.  Do not break yarn after the last iteration of Row 14.

Ending Row:
Ch1, sc in turning sc, ch1, sc in ch3 spc, ch3, 3dc in ch1 spc of Shell, ch1, tr in ch3 spc, ch1, tr in next ch3 spc, ch1, 3dc in next ch1 spc of Shell, ch3
*Sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, sc in next ch3 spc, ch3, 3dc in ch1 spc of Shell, ch1, tr in ch3 spc, ch1, tr in next ch3 spc, ch1, 3dc in next ch1 spc of Shell, ch3**
Rpt from * to ** 3 more times
Sc in next ch3 spc, ch1, sc in first sc of last row

Border or Edging:
With color C

Round 1:

Work evenly around the edge starting from a corner, slst join, sc, ch3, sc putting a ch3 loop at the corners, slst join to beginning sc

Round 2:
5dc in each ch3 space around, Finish Off.

 

Homespun Pineapple Throw Edging - Free Crochet Throw Pattern

Simple 2 round edging

Enjoy! ♥~

 

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  4 Responses to “Homespun Pineapple Lapghan or Throw”

  1. Thank you for such a nice pattern!

  2. hi there
    it looks really nice
    i;m very new in the crochet and i just started Lotus Flower Lace Scarf and i was surprised how easier making it than it looks
    so really thanks a lot
    i was just wondering
    will you by any chance upload a video for this pattern any time soon
    because since i’m new i can’t really read a pattern very well
    and again thanks a lot
    really very elegant nice classy patterns
    thanks a lot <3 :*

  3. beautiful. I must try this. thanks for sharing.

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