Thanks to Sue at Mrs Twins who posted about this pattern found at Drops Design.
So here it is.
I followed the layout exactly as in the pattern, but as I used off white and white and only two colours, instead of only using off white and three colours, I am not sure the layout looks quite as good. I think if I did it again I would do the layout differently. The squares are joined together by dc(UK) and chain. I have never joined squares in this way before, but I must say once I watched the video on the Drops website, it was very easy and I think it gives a really lacy look to the throw.
I also didn't look at the finished size, it is quite a bit smaller than I imagined. It is a nice lap size throw or is big enough to throw over your shoulders, but not big enough to wrap around.
I found the pattern rather strange in places and after attempting their method I decided to change it a little bit and it worked out much better. It is mainly the way each round is started, it seems awkward and makes the beginning of each round stand out instead of blending in.
I used some of the yarn I had left over from this project an 8ply acrylic which is lovely to work with,
I just added white.