Hello friends. Crochet – Today we can make this beautiful Afghan Square spot. simple model with complete step by step. this model is basic and very easy to learn. the model can be made in the preferred color. and put that step-by-step into practice. I am very happy to bring this model basically.
I found this Afghan Square project very elegant, some models can be made according to your taste. a beautiful rug, or a wonderful blanket, I believe that we can always improve more and make beautiful crochet works according to this model. we need adequate material for step by step.
here we can offer friends a basic explanation with a chart and a chart for friends to follow. see Afghan Square details. and a lot of attention on the graph to follow the pattern of this Afghan Square. Invivable model with basic points. the colors of the lines used are very delicate. but friends can taste the colors they want. see below for an explanation of this Afghan Square model, and its walkthrough.
Supplies Yarn: Red Heart With Love. 7 oz (198 g) and 370 yds (338 m). 100% Acrylic. Medium-Weight Yarn . Machine wash warm, gentle cycle. Tumble dry low. Do not over dry. Do not bleach. Do not iron. Colors: 1 skein each in Cornsilk, Cameo, Stone, Sage and Light Grey Hook: 6.0 mm (J), or size required for gauge. Finished Project Yardage: 64 g (120 yds) Scissors, Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker Difficulty: Level Intermediate
Finished Size Finished afghan square 12 inches by 12 inches Gauge Approximately 3 rows per 1 inch and 3 stitches per inch (in single crochet) You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern granny square Crochet – just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size, and amount of yarn used for your project will also be different. Abbreviations US Terminology used beg – beginning ch – chain ch3dc-cl – chain 3 double crochet cluster (see Special Stitches) ch1sp – chain 1 space ch2sp – chain 2 space dc – double crochet R – row or round rep – repeat sc – single crochet sk – skip Colos Yarn:
Color A: Cornsilk (yellow), Color B: Cameo (pink), Color C: Stone (light grey), Color D: Sage (green), Color E: light grey (darker grey) Notes: Pattern is written with a sl st join at the end of each round. I prefer to use an invisible join instead because it is tidier. Either is acceptable for this pattern granny square Crochet up to the last round. Pattern does not have a turning chain for each round because I usually start each new round with a standing st.
If you prefer to begin with a sl st join and a turning ch, feel free to substitute. The dc worked into the 3rd ch from the hook is part of the ch3dc-cl and is not counted as a dc. Sl st does not count as a stitch. Weave in your ends as you go. The corners of the square will be formed in the single Crochet stitches in R2. Please visit the photo granny square Crochet Pattern.