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Cobblestones Afghan


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From the fringe to the feel of this free crochet pattern, you won't be able to get enough! A Cobblestone Afghan is a fantastic addition to your DIY home decor. The fun yellow color of this crocheted afghan will bring a bit of sunshine into any room of your home. This crochet afghan is tightly stitched and will give you all the warmth you need during the winter months. Crochet blanket patterns with fringe like this add an awesome touch to any couch. Toss this beautiful crochet afghan on your favorite armchair to give it a stylish flair.

Cobblestones Afghan
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Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I am about 2/10 finished with making this afghan. It is turning out beautifully. I changed the pattern so that the puffs and sc comes out evenly. I chained 159 stitches instead of 166. This gave me 11 groups of 10 puffs sts with 4 sc stitches between each group and 4 sc at beg and end of row. From here I am following the pattern as stated.

I am attempting to crochet this patter but the pattern doesn't fit the number of stitches suggested. If there is to be 165 stitches for crocheting row 5 there will be more than 7 groups of 10 puffs with 4 sc between each group and 4 sc at beg and end of row. This equal 70 for puffs and 32 sc =10 3 stitches When I crocheted the full 165 stitches I had 7 stitches left over with 12 puffs of 10 and 48 sc stitches' for a total of 158.. What in the world am I doing wrong? Could there be a mistake in the pattern? Has anyone else crocheted this particular pattern? Did anyone have problems?

I can't get the pattern to work out right either. I've tried every possible number of puff stitches and sc stitches there are and end up with too many stitches or not enough--have you figured it out yet?

This is lovely and quite easy. Definitely going on my list of to-do crochet projects.

It's beauitful I'm gonna try and make it. Thank you.

I like the looks of this afghan but I would like to be able to print the instructions on how to make it.


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