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Feb 08 2008

A better afghan description

Published by Meghan at 3:28 pm under Crochet,Pattern

first few rows of scrap afghan

i’ve gotten a few requests on ravelry for my afghan pattern and listening myself again on that earlier podcast, i realize i’m very confusing. again, it looks a lot more impressive then it actually is. so, i’ll post my description for the pattern here and i’ll put a picture up today of my progress too so you can see what it looks like so far. maybe eventually i’ll put together a pattern section on my sidebar for it to hang out in. we’ll see.

my sad little description here is:
chain an even number of stitches loosely

Row 1: single crochet

Row 2. turn, chain two (acts as double crochet), *double crochet 2 times in next stitch, skip one stitch. repeat from * until you get to the last stitch. end with one double crochet

Row 3. turn, chain two (acts as double crochet), *double crochet 2 times inbetween the two double crochets on the row below, repeat from * until the last double crochet, 1 double crochet in last stitch.

Row 4 and Beyond. repeat #3 until blanket is width you want, single crochet last row.

i’m doing the chain, row 1 and row 2 in my “main color”. then i do the next three rows in different colors (so each row is a unique color), then a row of main color, and repeat.

i’ve done this blanket for babies, toddlers, housewarming gifts, wedding gifts etc. it’s perfect, mindless, relaxing, and i can do it mostly solid with a few stripes, all striped, all solid (though i prefer the striping). it’s just a nice stitch!

If you finish a scrap afghan, be sure to share it and i’ll post it here so all can see! :)

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “A better afghan description”

  1. Laurenon 08 Feb 2008 at 8:11 pm

    THANK YOU I was going to post and ask you to please share pics and the pattern again. I definitely want to try this with some of my leftovers.

  2. Chelleon 16 Jun 2008 at 7:17 am

    Thanks for posting this pattern! I really love it. Even with my VERY limited crochet skills, (I’m much more of a knitter), I will definitely try this one for a baby blanket for a coworker. Your pattern is easy, well-written and very attractive. Appreciate it.

  3. Chelleon 16 Jun 2008 at 7:18 am

    Oh and I just recently discovered your podcast and enjoy it very much – nice variety of topics, weaving in of your personal and crafting life. Keep up the good work!