Blue Ridge Lap Throw Pattern
A celebration of the Blue Ridge Mountains that will keep you cozy on chilly nights. Includes Virginia travel tips and Chocolate Toffee Pecan Pie (yum!) recipe.
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In the mostly flat South, the Blue Ridge Mountains are our “purple mountains majesty,” except for the fact they’re more blue and gray than purple. But you know what I mean. The Blue Ridge range runs from Georgia, through the Carolinas, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia, then into Pennsylvania.
This scrumptious lap throw is inspired by those same gorgeous peaks. Constructed with snowy mountain-shaped wedges, the ombré border evokes the dusky colors of the mountains, and the subtle tonal designs celebrate the flora, fauna and historic cabins of Shenandoah National Park. Unfortunately, the romantic fireplace and a sexy someone to share it with are not included with the pattern.
About this Project:
Skill Level: Easy-mediate
Finished Size: Approximately 58” (145cm) in diameter
Valley Yarns Stockbridge (50% alpaca, 50% wool, 109 yards/100m); 13 skeins Natural, 7 skeins Deep Teal, 5 skeins Colonial Blue
Size US 13 (9mm) 36” (90cm) circular needle