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Candy Cane Afghan

By: freevintagecrochet.com
Updated July 16, 2019

Brighten your holiday home with this Candy Cane Afghan. The festive colors and bold design of this free crochet pattern are sure to have you humming Christmas carols as you crochet. Made with crochet hexagons, this motif afghan uses the dc crochet. You'll whip up this crochet blanket pattern in no time! Give to a friend as a gift for the holiday season. There's nothing like a homemade afghan in the wintertime.

Intermediate

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

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


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If you like to work with motifs or individual squares/circles, this is the project for you. Beware, you will be making color changes within the motifs but the finished project will be stunning. Not sure why this is called a candy cane afgha because the yarn is pink. Being a vintage pattern, pink would not have been a color for a candy cane.

The picture provided on the direction page as well as this one is really not a good representation of the design. Beautiful from a distance but you would really get a better understanding if a close up were provided. I read over the directions and at first I thought the design was accomplished with self striping yarn. What was I thinking? When this pattern was written, there was not such thing. Great project.

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