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Bonnie's Poinsettia Afghan Square

Bonnie's Poinsettia Afghan Square pattern will help you crochet the best granny square afghan yet. Use treble crochet and other basic crochet stitches to make this lovely Poinsettia. December 12th is National Poinsettia day so start crocheting today! The poinsettia has strong ties to Christmas celebrations and now you'll get to learn how to crochet this flower to have all year long.


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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Very beautiful afghan square pattern. Very Christmasy. I want to make several of this and make it into a full afghan. I can imagine it displayed on my living room sofa!!

This is gorgeous. It's easy as can be too. I have a couple of ideas for its use. I am thinking place mat, table runners and coasters. It's a very versatile pattern. I love projects like this. They make up quickly and I can make a very nice set for myself or a gift.

I "m just starting Bonnies Poinsettia Afghan. I'm new to this craft.Was doing ok until I ran into instruction something like this, followed the instructions correctly , the I see chroching instruction like this . Working on l eaves did that the attached the red. now instruction then (2) more instruction .then (3) and so on. I know how to keep going in my stitches . but asw I finishanother (5) Please can anyone help me ? Didn't know how to contact Miss Bonnie. Thank you


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