Advertisement

Friday, August 7, 2015

Victorian Lattice Afghan

free crochet pattern, Victorian Lattice Square

After more than 3 years living in Mexico we decided to move to US! It's been crazy months of job hunting, working in our papers and house hunting. And this is my project on those long hours of driving- Victorian Lattice Square. I love this pattern so much! The pattern is available in written & chart. It's easy to memorize, very relaxing project and the finished product is definitely look elegant.

free crochet pattern, Victorian Lattice Square

I decided to use whatever in my stash and I have tons of this partially used skeins of Caron Simply Soft. I love this yarn, it's so soft and the colors are vibrant. Hint, if you are planning to make this afghan and wondering how many skeins of yarn you needed, I found out that I can make 6 squares in each skeins. Each skeins of Caron Simply Soft is 315 yards or 288 meters. And I used additional 2 full skeins of white yarn for joining and edging. 

free crochet pattern, Victorian Lattice Square

I used crochet hook size G (4.00 mm) and each squares measures 7 inches but it became 8 inches after I joined the last round (white part). To join each squares I did the JAYG method (Join As You Go) and you can find the video tutorial HERE. And I add reverse single crochet or also known as crab stitch for the edging.

free crochet pattern, Victorian Lattice Square

Here's my finished afghan. Made up of 42 squares and it measures 50 x 60 inches.

free crochet pattern, Victorian Lattice Square

And oh you can download the written & chart pattern HERE.
Post a Comment

Advertisement

Printfriendly

Sharing Is Caring