Sophisticated Crochet Afghan


Sophisticated Crochet Afghan

Just like the name says, this Sophisticated Crochet Afghan is everything you need to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your home. With fun spring colors and a unique pattern design, you'll learn how to crochet an afghan that you'll be able to use year round. It doesn't matter whether you have modern or traditional home decor, this crochet blanket pattern will easily fit into any home. Everyone will want to snuggle up with this beautiful crochet afghan pattern.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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I would love to make this Sophisticated Crochet Afghan, but I ran into a problem with row 4, I don't understand what to do with this? ( dc in next ch-1 sp 3 rows below pulling dc up to current level of work, 2 sc in next ch-2 sp ) Am I really pulling the dc up to the row I'm working in and that's it? I don't understand it?? The pattern besides that reads well and is on the page the link takes you to, you don't have to sign in, just scroll down and there it is. Anyways if someone could help with with row 4, I'll be a happy crocheter.. Thanks,

Hi Cheryl The stitch you're describing is called a long crochet or a spiked crochet stitch. The stitch can be done with any crochet stitch the length of the stitch (sc, hdc, dc, trc) will be above the top of the row. Just follow the instructions placing the beginning of the stitch where directed making sure that you pull the loop of the stitch to ABOVE the row you're crocheting on. This is also called the fan stitch when done in multiples in each stitch. Once you get the hang of it your loop tension will regulate itself and it creates a beautiful look. You can find the stitches on YouTube. I hope this helps!

Please do not put patterns here that we have to sign up to see. Purple Kitty's webpage isn't working anyway, and I can't get to the pattern.

I would love to try this beautiful afgan, however, after 20 minutes of trying to get the pattern, I am moving on.......


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