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Sun Porch Afghan

Sun Porch Afghan
Sun Porch Afghan

1931 was a good year for afghan patterns, and here's proof. This Sun Porch Afghan is a free crochet afghan pattern that you can't afford to miss.


Crochet Hook4 or 2 mm hook (steel)

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

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Based on the design of the vintage collection, I think this is how they designed their first afghans. They based their design on the geometric structures in their environment like the pyramids of egypt and and other famous structures. Here's the link to the pattern http// == han.html.

I love the colors and a very interesting pattern. I will think about this one for my next afghan.

If you don't like the colors, use different ones. The pattern is the pattern, but no where is it written in stone you must use the same colors.,

such negativity

I'm sure this style was a big hit 80 years ago, but I'd avoid these colors like the plague. I'd also make each strip the same width. This appears to be based on a quilt pattern called "Rail Fence", which is actually quite attractive. Check out this example:

Not too sure what you mean about the width. The strips ARE all the same width, since this afghan is made of 8 X 8 inch squares sewn together!

There is a reason it is called Vintage

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