Skipping Stones Circular Afghan


Skipping Stones Circular Afghan


Skipping Stones Circular Afghan

Try a new kind of round crochet with the Skipping Stones Circular Afghan. This pattern uses chunky yarn to create the bobbles throughout the blanket. It looks great in red, but you could use a deep blue and think of flat stones skipping across a lake. Summertime is a great time for round afghans like this one and round crochet looks right at home in a cottage or lake house. Round crochet patterns are unique and exciting, giving you time to practice your crochet skills in a different way than you may be used to.


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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I have made this pattern and am unable to open it up as I have a request for one make from this pattern, where can I find the Skipping Stone round crochet pattern by Priscilla Hewett?

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How many skeins of yarn would you need for this project roughly? (I understand more yarn equals bigger project, but how many skeins did the photo take?)

Hi there! If you click on the link to the pattern, the designer details 8 skeins. Hope this helps! Thanks!

This lovely Skipping Stones Circular Afghan will look lovely when placed on the study sofa. It will fit well on your black leather sofa. Oh so classy! This will also look great in royal blue and rust.

Love the look of this Skipping Stones Circular Afghan! After reading the written pattern I do have one question. Is this pattern in American terms? I see there is no stitch guide so is the triple crochet stitch a triple or a double crochet stitch? I can't tell by the picture. Other then that, I'm looking forward to trying this one. I love the color she sued in this afghan, but she doesn't say what color it is. I'll be looking for a nice reddish color. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

It looks to me like it's a typo and should be trc (treble crochet).

What does trd stand for in round 2??


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