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Sunday, February 1, 2015

Heart To Heart Afghan

free crochet pattern baby afghan

This sampler afghan is only 24" x 20".  I used light weight yarn (3) and crochet hook sized G (4.00 mm). The afghan consist only 3 squares across and 3 squares vertical with simple border. I used one skein (446 yards/ 408 m) of Loops & Threads yarn-"Snuggly Wuggly", in color Silly Sprite. Check out more photos in Ravelry.

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Notes:
  • This afghan is worked in one piece.
  • This is multiple of 38 + 7. This means, if you wish your afghan to be bigger keep adding more 38 stitches (one square) plus the 7 extra stitches. The extra stitches are for the sides mesh border and the extra stitch to separate each squares.
  • Using medium worsted weight yarn (4) and crochet hook size H (5.00 mm) each squares measures approximately 10 inches.

Stitches | US Terms: 
  • chain - ch
  • stitch(es) - st(s)
  • skip the next stitch- sk
  • double crochet - dc
  • * * - repeat the instructions inside the asterisks * *
  • { } - repeat the instructions inside the brackets { } 

Instructions:

Chain multiple of 38 + 7
Chain 121 for 3 blocks across/ Chain 197 for 5 blocks across.

Row 1:  dc in the 7th ch from the hook, (count as dc - ch 1- skip the next stitch ) *chain 1 - skip the next stitch - dc in the next* repeat from * to * across and turn.

Row 2: ch 4 *sk - dc in the next 37 sts - ch 1* repeat across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 3: ch 4 *sk - dc in the next 18 sts - ch 1 - sk - dc in the next 18 sts - ch 1* repeat across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 4: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 16 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 2 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 16 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 5: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 14 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 4 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 14 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 6: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 12 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 6 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 12 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 7: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 10 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 8 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 10 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 8: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 8 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 10 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 8 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 9: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 6 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 12 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 6 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 10- 12: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 4 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 14 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 4 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 13: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 4 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 6 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 3 sts -*ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 6 times - ch 1 - dc in the next 4 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 14: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 6 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 4 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 7 sts -*ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 4 times - ch 1 - dc in the next 6 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 15: ch 4 {sk - dc in the next 8 sts *ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 2 times -ch 1 - dc in the next 11 sts -*ch 1-sk - dc* repeat 2 times - ch 1 - dc in the next 8 sts - ch 1} repeat from { - } across, dc in the last stitch.

Row 16: ch 4 *sk - dc in the next 36 sts - ch 1* repeat across, dc in the last stitch.

Next Rows: Repeat Row 1 (but instead of chain 7, chain 4 only) to Row 16. 

Last Row: Add your desire edging.


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