Easy two color crochet afghan

A very nice stitch and a beautiful, easy crochet pattern for an afghan! I also like the stitch diagram, included with the instructions. This summer, I definitely will make this in the color shown and maybe a medium blue border. Thank you for sharing this pattern!The Country Christmas Afghan Crochet Pattern is one of my favorite blankets I've made. These granny squares are easier than they seem and I love how they look when they're joined. The cluster stitches really pop and create a pretty design that looks much more intricate than it really is. The colors I chose are very subtle with a lot of neutrals. But I think it would be really pretty with ...

Easy + Abbreviations/Skills needed: sc - single crochet. dc - double crochet. ch - chain. sk - skip. st - stitch . Gauge: Approximate: Just under 2.5 stitches per inch . Sizes Available: Baby Blanket: Approximately 30" X 30" Throw Blanket: Approximately 50" X 60" Notes: The pattern is worked using simple single crochet and ...
Update: I made this rainbow ripple afghan using this pattern! I used about 750 yards of each rainbow color (six different colors - yarn was Big Twist from Jo-Ann's). The only modification I made to this pattern was adding a few extra "stripe" sections so that each rainbow color could repeat three times. I love the results!!!
Learning how to connect two pieces of crochet that do not match stitch counts is such an important skill to master! By the time you're finished with this Stitch Sampler blanket you'll be a pro and ready to tackle more complicated crochet projects - promise! Important: I originally intended to record a video tutorial for this entire process - and I still will.
Repeat from * until Afghan measures about 48 inches or is width desired. Work 2 rows Spanish Tile at end. EDGE. With Spanish Tile, work 1 s c loosely in each color stripe across short ends of Afghan. FRINGE. With color matching each stripe, cut 12 inch lengths of yarn, take 3 strands, double these and knot into s c of same color stripe.
Crochet pattern "easy circle blanket" by marifu6a Skill Level: Easy. Material: acrylic 100gr-300mt (DK) Hook nr. 4mm. This is easy to follow TUTORIAL CROCHET PATTERN with written instructions in English (US terms) completed with detailed pictures and diagrams, 10 sheets.
This easy afghan crochet pattern is perfect for beginners and it even edges itself, so there's no need to create a border when you are done. Make this afghan for a friend or bring it to a baby shower. Difficulty Level Beginner. Crochet Hook J/10 or 6 mm hook. Yarn Weight (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Over 20+ Free Granny Square Blanket Patterns to Crochet. Beautiful, endless ideas and possibilities for granny square blankets. Traditional Granny Square Blanket Patterns Classic granny square free crochet pattern, play around with colors to create different effects. Crochet this cozy afghan using this free pattern and worsted weight yarn. Featuring the classic granny square pattern in various ...
Ravelry Members Download a free PDF of this pattern here: Baby Ripple Afghan This is a great afghan in two sizes - a 15 X 17" preemie varsion and a 30 X 34" newborn version. It works well for preemies because there aren't large holes to snag fingers and toes! Materials Soft WW Yarn -- 4(8) oz, Color A, 3(7) oz color B Size I crochet hook
This Quick & Easy Crochet Baby Blanket is truly quick and easy to make! With the combination of this Bernat Blanket yarn and the single crochet stitch, this blanket is a dream to work on and perfect for beginner crocheters. But it can also be a relaxing change of pace for more advanced crocheters as well. This block and row design would look ...
Repeat to make 23 rows of hdc. Check for squareness by folding it diagonally to make a triangle. Repeat for 12 squares in each color, plus 1 more of Cranberry, Medium Blue, and Graybeard. To piece squares together, first create a color pattern to follow. Mine was Cranberry, Medium Blue, Graybeard, Navy Blue, Light Grey.
When working two colors in the same round, use the tapestry crochet method to work over yarn not in use (see tutorial link above). For rounds 1 to 8 you may either fasten off at color changes or carry the unworked yarn to the next applicable round. With Color 1, ch4, sl st in first ch to form loop.
I made this quick and easy bulky crochet blanket pattern for this super chunky Dappled Bernat Blanket Yarn. This crocheted blanket pattern has only has 3 stitches, chain, double crochet, and double crochet 2 together stitch. The two double crochet 2 together is what makes the clusters that form the V shape.