In a Trice Tricolor Afghan


In a Trice Tricolor Afghan

This In a Trice Tricolor Afghan is perfect for the gal on the go. The stitch sequence for this striped crochet afghan pattern is easy to memorize, and if you change yarn colors after each row, you won't have to cut the yarn. Follow this tutorial on how to make a crochet afghan blanket quickly, and you'll have a go-to pattern for afghans of all sizes. This project is super versatile. You can make anything, from a crochet baby blanket to a blanket for a king size bed.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Now why couldnt I think of something this easy to make. Easily remembered stitches, no scissors needed, and only 3 yarn balls to carry around, perfect for crocheting on the go in tiny little time slots. I will be sure to remember this one when the weather turns chill enough again to work with yarn.

From afar, the stitches look complicated. (which actually is for non-crocheters). But when you look at the finished project close up, it is easy. This sample has great color combination but this can also be done in a variety of color combinations. The possibilities are endless. Here's the link to the pattern http//

This is a Beautiful In a Trice Tricolor Afghan. The pattern is well written along with great video how to's . I appreciate the chart to make different sizes of this Afghan, taking all the guess work out of it.. I like the 3 colors that are in this afghan it can be for a boy or girl. Too sweet! Thank- you for this free Pattern.


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